Three Dimensional Controlled-source Electromagnetic Edge-based Finite Element Modeling of Conductive and Permeable Heterogeneities

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  title={Three Dimensional Controlled-source Electromagnetic Edge-based Finite Element Modeling of Conductive and Permeable Heterogeneities},
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  • Published 2010
Three Dimensional Controlled-source Electromagnetic Edge-based Finite Element Modeling of Conductive and Permeable Heterogeneities. (August 2010) Souvik Mukherjee, BSc., University of Calcutta; MSc., Jadavpur University; M.Tech, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur; M.S., University of Utah Chair of Advisory Committee: Dr. Mark E. Everett Presence of cultural refuse has long posed a serious challenge to meaningful geological interpretation of near surface controlled–source electromagnetic… CONTINUE READING
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