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Hydraulic and hydrochemical characterisation of argillaceous rocks
by Nuclear Energy Agency, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, OECD Publications and Information Centre [distributor] in Paris, Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||organised by the OECD/NEA Working Group on Measurement and Physical Understanding of Groundwater Flow Through Argillaceous Media.|
|Series||Disposal of radioactive waste, OECD documents|
|Contributions||OECD Nuclear Energy Agency. Working Group on Measurement and Physical Understanding of Ground Flow Through Argillaceous Media.|
|LC Classifications||TA455.C55 H94 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||96117522|
In both aquifers, the water evolves to a NaCl-dominated fluid regardless of the aquifer rock. The salinity of the aquifers has different sources. In the case of the Upper Muschelkalk, it is linked to deep circulation systems, while the hydrochemical properties in the Upper Jurassic developed due to changing overburden and hydraulic potential. (b) Sorting of the rock – in sedimentary rocks all the grains of the rock may not be of the same size. The more or nearly they are of the same size, the better is the sorting. Figure (a) shows a poorly sorted sediment with grains of varying sizes. Figure (b) represents a well sorted sediment with grains of nearly same size. (a).
argillaceous sandstone – i DesignNon-friable sandstone can be used to make grindstones for grinding grain (such as gritstone). Rocks with smaller grain. The book covers topics such as the properties and classification of soils such as tills and other kinds of soils related to cold climates, tropical soils, and organic soils such as peat. The text also includes the engineering behavior and properties, classification and description, discontinuities, and weathering of rocks and rock masses.
Pore fluid flow in rock subjected to prolonged forcing is described by (1) [e.g., Ingebritsen et al., ] where h is pore fluid head or potential (L) and Γ is a fluid source term describing the rate of forcing (T ‐1). Average hydraulic conductivity equals 10 −5 m/s. The Triassic dolomites and limestones in the Olkusz area are also the host rocks for Zn–Pb ores. Drainage of the excavations was necessary so that ore extraction was possible. The drainage resulted in significant decrease of groundwater table.
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Get this from a library. Hydraulic and hydrochemical characterisation of argillaceous rocks: proceedings of an international workshop Nottingham, United Kingdom, June [OECD Nuclear Energy Agency. Working Group on Measurement and Physical Understanding of Ground Flow Through Argillaceous Media.;] -- Report on the workshop on "determination of hydraulic and hydrochemical.
Argillaceous Rock. Argillaceous rocks make up 50 to 95% of the section and play a key role in the formation of lithologic, mineralogic, geochemical, and thermobaric characteristics of the basin (Buryakovsky, a, c, d).
From: Petroleum Geology of the South Caspian Basin, Related terms: Characterisation; Claystone; Host Rock. Neuzil, C. E., Characterization of flow properties, driving forces, and pore-water chemistry in the ultra-low permeability Pierre Shale, North America, in Hydraulic and Hydrochemical Characterization of Argillaceous Rocks, Proceedings of the International Workshop held in Nottingham, England, 7 - 9 June,Paris, OECD/NEA, Hydrochemical characterization of argillaceous rocks, hydraulic and hydrochemical characterization of argillaceous rocks.
In: Proceedings of an International Workshop, Nottingham, UK, June 7–9, pp. 77–92Cited by: With the parameters of permeability, hydraulic gradient and diffusivity mentioned above, water transfers in the unfractured zone of the argillaceous matrix are extremely slow.
The characteristic time for water diffusion on a distance X is of the order of T diff = ωX 2 D e Hydraulic and hydrochemical characterisation of argillaceous rocks book, 3 million years for a distance X = by: Conference: Hydraulic and Hydrochemical Characterisation of Argillaceous Rocks, Proceedings of an International Workshop, At Nottingham, UK Cite this publication Chris Neuzil.
Measured transmissivities in the host rocks are shown in Fig. issivity is clearly a function of depth, with a linear decrease from 3×10 −5 –10 −8 m 2 /s near to the surface to values of less than 10 −9 m 2 /s below m below surface.
Below this depth, transmissivity remains constant, with most values in the range 10 −9 –10 −12 m 2 /s. The higher values below m are. Argillaceous rocks can display a wide range of durability behaviour after excavation and in cut slopes.
this paper we propose a classification argillaceous rocks based on their textural characteristics. Three of. main components ofthe classification scheme are: the clastic framework, the fine-grained matrix and the.
The hydraulic conductivity range in theOpalinusClay given by the first method is 2 × 10 –14 –6 × 10 –13 m s –1 for a cementation factor ranging between 2 and 3. These results show low vertical variability whereas in situ hydraulic tests suggest higher values up to 7 × 10 –12 m s –1. Core analysis provides economical estimates of.
Pneumatic and hydrogeological tests are subsequently carried out to derive hydraulic parameters such as permeability and transmissivity distributions of the fracture network. Synthesis of the structural and hydrogeological data led to a conceptual model of the EDZ in the Mont Terri Rock Laboratory, which is defined by a 2-m plastically deformed.
Hydrology is a topical and growing subject, as the earth's water resources become scarcer and more vulnerable. Although more than half the surface area of continents is covered with hard fractured rocks, there has until now been no single book available dealing specifically with fractured rock hydrogeology.
This book deals comprehensively with the fundamental principles for understanding these 5/5(1). This paper summarises the results of a comprehensive critical review, initiated by the OECD/NEA "Clay Club," of the extraction techniques available to obtain water and solutes from argillaceous rocks.
The paper focuses on the mechanisms involved in the extraction processes, the consequences on the isotopic and chemical composition of the extracted pore water and the attempts made to.
Argillaceous Rocks for Geochemical Characterisation The definition of the chemical and isotopic composition of the groundwater present in argillaceous formations, which are considered as potential host rocks for radioactive waste disposal, is crucial for establishing their barrier properties.
Triassic argillaceous fluvial-lacustrine sandstones are less porous and less well-sorted. They have an average thickness of m, a hydraulic conductivity of m/d and a porosity in the range of 14 to 24 %.
These rocks represent the less productive unit (ARAÚJO et al., ). The groundwater system can be. hydraulic fracturing and/or hydraulic testing of pre-existing fractures, quality control of rock stress estimation), geophysical testing (seismic testing within and between boreholes, land geophysics in rock engineering, borehole geophysics in rock engineering), and other tests (rapid filed identification of swelling and slaking rocks, large scale.
A H Bath Bath AH, Hydrochemical characterisation of argillaceous rocks, Proceedings of the Workshop on Determination of Hydraulic and Hydrochemical Characteristics of Argillaceous Rocks.
Based on the experience of block-scale investigations, it is possible to develop a clear picture of hydraulic networks using an integrated structural geologic, hydraulic, and hydrochemical approach. Hydrochemical properties of water in Crystalline Rocks.
Front Matter. This book presents accounts on water-conducting features of crystalline rocks and summarizes the hydraulic properties of the basement. The volume includes reviews, new data and research on the often remarkable chemical composition of deep groundwater. Hydrochemical characterisation of a major central European heat flux anomaly: the Bürchau geothermal spring system, Southern Black Forest, Germany The possible signature of deep fluids originating from processes occurring during infiltration or circulation in a remote valley in the Black Forest (Germany), a typical infiltration area in the.
The Blue Book: "The Complete ISRM Suggested Methods for Rock Characterization, Testing and Monitoring", Edited by R. Ulusay and J.A. Hudson. Below you can download three pdfs, which have been prepared by Professor Resat Ulusay, the President of the ISRM's Commission on.
Based on the lithology, the hydraulic conductivity of rocks can be assinged as follows: igneous rock with K ranging x – x m/s, and sedimentary rock with K ranging x – 1.2. Argillaceous rocks: Argillaceous rocks are clayey rocks.
These rocks are made of clay, a hydrated silicate of alumina. Such rocks are formed in the sea or lakes. However, flood deposits are more common. Fine particles of other minerals may form a deposit which may be called a mud or clay.Gimmi T, W aber HN, Gautschi A, Rubel A.
S table water isotopes in pore water of Jurassic argillaceous rocks as tra cers for solute transport over large spatial and temporal scales. Water.