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Nuclear techniques are critical in the exploration for oil and in the control of oil wells, and intrinsic to uranium exploration. This volume includes comprehensive review articles by internationally eminent scientists and engineers, on a wide variety of techniques and applications in the area of nuclear geophysics, including important new techniques and equipment being developed for use in the metalliferous and industrial minerals industries. Also included is a description of neutron interaction methods now being introduced to give a total elemental analysis, calorific value and ash-content, on-line.
Of interest to scientists and engineers in academic institutes, government laboratories, and industry; plant designers; and materials accountants
Coal analysis by nuclear methods
Natural &ggr;-radiation: a steering guide in coal seams
A technique for measuring the ash content of coal in a tailings stream
Nuclear geophysics in prospecting, exploration and development of oil and gas fields
Advances in gamma-gamma logging
Uranium logging with prompt fission neutrons
On-stream analysis of metalliferous ore slurries
Mineral exploration of the sea bed by towed sea bed spectrometers
Tracer techniques in hydrology
- © Pergamon 1983
- 27th May 1983
- eBook ISBN:
AERE, Harwell, UK
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