Enhancing Mine Subsidence Prediction and Control Methodologies for Long-Term Landscape Stability
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Characterization and modeling of land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawals from the confined aquifers of the Virginia Coastal Plain Pope, Jason Philip (Virginia Tech, 2002-05-16)Measurement and analysis of aquifer-system compaction have been used to characterize aquifer and confining unit properties when other techniques such as flow modeling have been ineffective at adequately quantifying storage ...
Kyle, Nathan Lawrence (Virginia Tech, 2001-05-01)It is known that subsidence cracking may cause premature deterioration of concrete slab structures in salt laden environments. Chlorides from either deicing salts or marine environments may cause chloride-induced corrosion ...
Jeng, D. Isaac (Virginia Tech, 2005-11-18)
A mathematical model is developed for quantification of aquifer deformation due to ground-water withdrawal and, with some modifications, is potentially applicable to petroleum reservoirs. A porous medium saturated ...