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Laser-doppler Acoustic Probing of Granular Media with Varying Water Levels

Abstract : Laboratory physical modelling and non-contacting ultrasonic techniques are frequently proposed to tackle theoretical and method- ological issues related to geophysical prospecting. We used an innovative experimental set-up to perform laser-Doppler acoustic probing of granular materials with varying water levels to target near-surface hydrogeological applications. The preliminary results presented here show a clear influence of the water level on both first arrival times and dispersion of guided waves, and significant differences in terms of amplitudes. They validate the use of such approach to benchmark recently developed methods for water saturation detection in hydrogeophysics.
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Sylvain Pasquet, Ludovic Bodet, Quentin Vitale, Fayçal Rejiba, Roger Guérin, et al.. Laser-doppler Acoustic Probing of Granular Media with Varying Water Levels. ICU 2015 International Congress on Ultrasonics, May 2015, Metz, France. pp.799-802, ⟨10.1016/j.phpro.2015.08.272⟩. ⟨hal-01202499⟩



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