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Imaging techniques in laboratory modelling of geological processes (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Vincent Strak 
Co-Conveners: Janine Kavanagh , Matthias Rosenau 
Session details
 / Mon, 09 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / PICO spot 4
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Monday, 09 Apr 2018
PICO spot 4
Chairperson: Vincent Strak, Janine Kavanagh
15:30–15:32 PICO4.1
The use of cutting-edge X-Ray CT and Digital Volume Correlation techniques to visualize and quantify 4D internal deformation in otherwise opaque model materials
Frank Zwaan, Guido Schreurs, and Jürgen Adam
15:32–15:34 PICO4.2
LiDAR Scanning Application to Monitoring Surface Deformation of Physical Analogue Models
Carlos R. Nogueira and Fernando O. Marques
15:34–15:36 PICO4.3
High resolution 4D monitoring of analogue experiments through CT scanning; preliminary results using novel high X-Ray absorbent materials
Emilio L. Pueyo, Alba Peiro, Fred Beekman, Teresa Román-Berdiel, Ernst Willingshofer, Antonio M. Casas, Matthias Rosenau, Luis H. Ros, Ruth Soto, María José Ramón, Luis Rincón, and Dimitrios Sokoutis
15:36–15:38 PICO4.4
Particle Image Velocimetry technique to quantify mantle flow, surficial strain and topography in geodynamic laboratory models of subduction
Vincent Strak, Wouter P. Schellart, Zhihao Chen, and João Duarte
15:38–15:40 PICO4.5
Laboratory modelling using gelatine as a crustal analogue to understand the effect of spatial variation and offset on dyke propagation
Elliot Wood, Janine Kavanagh, Suraya Hilmi Hazim, Daniel Faulkner, and David Dennis
15:40–15:42 PICO4.6
Smart speed imaging in Digital Image Correlation: Application in seismotectonic scale model experiments
Michael Rudolf, Ehsan Kosari, Matthias Rosenau, Volker Ludwikowski, Torsten Schucht, Horst Nagel, and Thomas Ziegenhagen
15:42–15:44 PICO4.7
What allows seismic events to grow big?: Insights from b-value and fault roughness analysis in laboratory stick-slip experiments (solicited) (withdrawn)
Thomas H.W. Goebel, Emily E. Bordsky, Thorsten W. Becker, Grzegorz Kwiatek, Marco Bohnhoff, and Georg Dresen
15:44–15:46 PICO4.8
Particles in motion: coupling high-resolution videos and geophysical techniques in the lab to decipher pyroclast ejection dynamics
Valeria Cigala, Alejandra Arciniega-Ceballos, Valentino Salvatore, Jacopo Taddeucci, Ulrich Kueppers, and Donald B Dingwell
15:46–15:48 PICO4.9
New Trap-door Test Apparatus and Imaging Technology to Investigate the Mining Induced Ground Subsidence
Jian-Hong Wu, Trong Nhan Do, Hung-Ming Lin, and Der-Her Lee
15:48–15:58 PICO4.10
Laboratory and synchrotron x-ray tomography: experiments in more than just pretty pictures (withdrawn)
Katherine Dobson and the X-ray Tomography beamtime experimenters
15:58–16:00 PICO4.11
3d modelling of a synthetic basalt: olivine crystals designed by using the 3dexperience© and blob3d© software
Privat Maelys, Forsoni Maxime, Ottavi-pupier Elsa, Duquennoy Julien, Uesugi Masayuku, and Nakamura Michiko
16:00–16:02 PICO4.12
Laboratory-scale investigations of Aquifer Storage Recovery (ASR) implementations with image analysis and numerical modeling
Abhishek Saha, Martin Nguyen, Aurelie Bironne-Taisne, Fabien Blanchais, Wei Kit Lee, and Vladan Babovic
16:02–16:04 PICO4.13
Dry granular flows of monodisperse particles: an optical method to compute the particles flow field
Giulia Rossi, Niccolò Bisagno, and Aronne Armanini
16:04–16:06 PICO4.14
Fast-scan X-Ray Tomography of Imbibition and Drainage in Carbonates (withdrawn)
Michael Lacey, Cathy Hollis, Nima Shokri, Nathaly Archilha-Lopez, Thomas Seers, Matthew Andrew, Hannah Menke, and Peter Lee
16:06–16:08 PICO4.15
Use CT images to assess the scale effect and variations of porosity and permeability in the rock sample in Kueichulin Formation in western Taiwan
Yun An Wu, Chuen-Fa Ni, I-Hsien Lee, Shao-Yiu Hsu, Liang-Cheng Chang, Cezary Larmoski, Krzysztof Slaminski, and Hui-Chun Chiang
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