Sudipta Sarkar

M Nafi Toksöz2
Anirban Gupta2
Basant K Tiwary2
2M Nafi Toksöz
2Anirban Gupta
2Basant K Tiwary
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The purpose of this study is to analyze fluid flow in fractured reservoirs. In most petroleum reservoirs, particularly carbonate reservoirs and some tight sands, natural fractures play a critical role in controlling fluid flow and hence production. Uncertainties involved in the understanding of fracture architecture and properties often propagate in the(More)
Since 1997, over 135 well-head arsenic removal units have been installed in remote villages in the Indian state of West Bengal bordering Bangladesh. Every component of the arsenic removal treatment system including activated alumina sorbent is procured indigenously. Each unit serves approximately 200-300 households and contains about 100 L of activated(More)
Of all the naturally occurring groundwater contaminants, arsenic is by far the most toxic. Any large-scale treatment strategy to remove arsenic from groundwater must take into consideration safe containment of the arsenic removed with no adverse ecological impact. Currently, 175 well-head community-based arsenic removal units are in operation in remote(More)
INTRODUCTION The paucity of morphometric markers for hemispheric asymmetries and gender variations in hippocampi and amygdalae in temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) calls for better characterization of TLE by finding more useful prognostic MRI parameter(s). METHODS T1-weighted MRI (3 T) morphometry using multiple parameters of hippocampus-parahippocampus(More)