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Electrical Properties and Attenuation Distance of Upper Pennsylvanian Coal Measure Rock From Southwestern Pennsylvania
  • Published Date:
    1/1/1984
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Electrical Properties and Attenuation Distance of Upper Pennsylvanian Coal Measure Rock From Southwestern Pennsylvania
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    The Bureau of Mines is engaged in research on ground probing radars for detection of geologic hazards in advance of mining. Penetration distances and interpretation models depend on the dielectric properties and wave propagation characteristics for coal measure stratified media. Relative dielectric constants and dissipation factors were measured under ambient conditions for Pittsburgh Seam coal measure rock over the frequency range of 20 to 100 MHz by the susceptance-variation method. The rock types measured were representative sedimentary rock located above the Pittsburgh Coal Seam. Extreme values for the computed attenu-ation distance ranged from 1.7 m at 100 MHz for siltstone to 230 m at 20 MHz for a particular limestone.

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