Book
ii, 169 pages : ill. ; 28 cm
Engineering Library (Terman)
Book
xiii, 549 p. : ill. ; 31 cm.
  • Preface. List of Contributors. Regional Tectonics and Basin History. Geodynamic modelling of the Danish Central Trough (O.V. Vejbaek). A tectonostratigraphic analysis of the southeast Norwegian North Sea Basin (S. Sorensen, H. Morizot, S. Skottheim). Tectonic modelling of the northern North Sea using program RIFT (S. Lippard, G. Liu). Voring Basin: subsidence and tectonic evolution (J. Skogseid, T. Pedersen, V.B. Larsen). The orientation of minor fault plane striae and the associated deviatoric stress tensor as a key to the fault geometry in part of the More-Trondelag Fault Zone, on-shore central Norway (D. Bering). Extensional tectonic history of the western Barents Sea (C.A. Dengo, K.G. Rossland). Tectonic framework and halokinesis of the Nordkapp Basin, Barents Sea (L.N. Jensen, K. Sorensen). Interaction between halokinesis and faulting: structuring of the margins of the Nordkapp Basin, Barents Sea region (R.H. Gabrielsen, O.S. Klovjan, A. Rasmussen, T. Stolan). Seismostratigraphic study of a synrift megasequence, from the Barents Sea, northern Norway (K. Gerdes, J. Hurst, R. Jeans). Tertiary uplift and erosion in the Barents Sea-- magnitude timing and consequences (B. Nyland, L.N. Jensen, J. Skagen, O. Skarpnes, T. Vorren). On the magnitude of the Late Tertiary and Quaternary erosion and its significance for the uplift of Scandinavia and the Barents Sea (F. Riis, W. Fjeldskaar). Pleistocene glacial isostasy implications for petroleum geology (A. Kjemperud, W. Fjeldskaar). The Application of Tectonic and Structural Analysis to Hydrocarbon Accumulation. Structural style and the habitat of hydrocarbons in the North Sea (I.J. Stewart, R.P. Rattey, I.R. Vann). Restoration of a regional profile across the Magnus Field in the northern North Sea (R. Young). Patterns in the development of extensional fault-block shapes from comparison of outcrop-scale faults and experimental physical models (S.E. Laubach, B.C. Vendeville, S.J. Reynolds). Complex hanging-wall deformation above an extensional detachment - example: Gullfaks Field, northern North Sea (A.G. Koestler, A.G. Milnes, A. Storli). Physical changes in fault blocks caused by rotation and their implications for hydrocarbon accumulations (J.E. Iliffe, I. Lerche, K. Nakayama). Techniques for the geometrical restoration of sections: an example from the Bjornoya Basin, Barents Sea shelf (A. Beach, M.G. Rowan). Numerical Simulation of Jointed and Faulted Rock Behaviour for Petroleum Reservoirs (A.G. Koestler, A. Makurat, N. Barton, K. Monsen). Footwall uplift during normal faulting - implications for structural geometries in the North Sea (G. Yielding, A. Roberts). Modelling secondary hydrocarbon migration in Haltenbanken, Norway (L. Hermans, A.D. van Kuyk, F.K. Lehner, P.S. Featherstone). Faulting processes and fault seal (R.J. Knipe). Controls on the development of fractured reservoirs in the Monterey Formation of central California (R.G. Hickman, J.B. Dunham).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780444886071 20160528
This monograph presents a unique combination of structural and tectonic modelling with applied petroleum geological problems. Focussing on the Norwegian Continental Shelf and neighbouring areas, it includes discussion covering all scales - from development of sedimentary basins, to formation of fractures and joints on a microscale - and from exploration, to the exploitation of hydrocarbons. The book's coverage of structural and tectonic modelling, petroleum geology applications, and the treatment of the Norwegian Continental Shelf should make this book an invaluable resource book for advanced students of structural and tectonic modelling, teachers, and researchers; as well as for geologists and geophysicists in the petroleum industry.
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Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
Book
v, 41 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
Book
150 p., [2] folded leaves of plates : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
Book
326 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
1 online resource (pages 779-1074, [9] leaves of plates) : illustrations.
  • Front Cover; Chromium: Its Physicochemical Behavior and Petrologic Significance; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; FOREWORD; Chapter 1. Phase relations in chromium oxide-containing systems at elevated temperatures; INTRODUCTION; PHASE BELATIONS IN SELECTED CHROMIUM OXIDE-CONTAINING SYSTEMS; Chapter 2. The system chromium-oxygen at high oxygen pressures; INTRODUCTION; PHASE RELATIONS; CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PHASES; COMMENTS ON THE STABILITY OF TETRAVALENT CHROMIUM; Chapter 3. Thermochemistry of chromium compounds, especially oxides at high temperature; INTRODUCTION.
  • CHROMIUM METAL, ITS ALLOYS, AND OXIDATION STATE OF THE METALHIGH TEMPERATURE OXIDE CHEMISTRY OF CHROMIUM; Chapter 4. Solid oxide electrolyte emf cell determination of the standard free energy of Cr2O3 and applications to chromium-bearing mineral systems; INTRODUCTION; STANDARD FREE ENERGY OF FORMATION OF Cr2O3; EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUE FOR MEASUREMENT OF FREE ENERGY RELATIONSHIP; EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS; DISCUSSION; SOLID ELECTROLYTES FOR THERMOCHEMICAL MEASUREMENTS IN CHROMIUM-BEARING MINERALS; SUMMARY; Chapter 5. Preparation of Cr2O3 crucibles and the defect structure of Cr2O3; INTRODUCTION.
  • METHODDISCUSSION; Chapter 6. Smelting chrome ore; INTRODUCTION; SMELTING REACTIONS; CARBON CONTENT OF FERROCHROME ALLOYS; CONCLUSION; Chapter 7. Crystal field effects in chromium and its partitioning in the mantle; INTRODUCTION; CRYSTAL FIELD ENERGIES; FRACTIONATION OF CHROMIUM IN THE MANTLE; Chapter 8. Crystal-field effects in spinel: oxidation states oî iron and chromium; INTRODUCTION; EXPERIMENTAL METHODS; CRYSTAL-FIELD EFFECTS; SPECTRA AT HIGH PRESSURE; ASSIGNMENT OF BANDS OF Fe2+, Fe3+, Cr2+ AND Cr3+ IN SPINEL; INTERPRETATION OF THE CHEMICAL HISTORY OF THE SPINELS.
  • Chapter 9. Trivalent and divalent chromium ions in spinelsINTRODUCTION; EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURES; RESULTS AND DISCUSSION; Chapter 10. Magnetic properties of chromium chalcogenide spinels; CRYSTALLOGRAPHY; MAGNETIC PROPERTIES; CONCLUSIONS; Chapter 11. Magnetochemical characterization of Fe(FexCr2_x)O4 spinels; INTRODUCTION; BACKGROUND TO MAGNETIC HYSTERESIS CHARACTERISTICS; EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS; DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS; Chapter 12. Mineralogy of chromium; Chapter 13. Distribution and significance of chromium in meteorites; INTRODUCTION; BULK CHROMIUM IN METEORITES.
  • CHROMIUM IN METEORITIC MINERALSSIGNIFICANCE OF CHROMIUM CONCENTRATION AND DISTRIBUTION IN METEORITES; Chapter 14. Chromium and the genesis of diamond; INTRODUCTION; OLIVINE; CHROMITE; CHROME-DIOPSIDE; CHROME-PYROPE; CHROMIUM IN DIAMOND; Chapter 15. Chromite spinels from ultramafic xenoliths; INTRODUCTION; TEXTURAL TYPES; CHEMISTRY OF THE CHROMITE SPINELS; DISCUSSION; Chapter 16. Coexisting spinel and silicates in alpine peridotites of the granulite facies; INTRODUCTION; THE SEIAD ULTRAMAFIC COMPLEX; THE FINERO ULTRAMAFIC MASS; COMPARISON OF THE SEIAD AND FINERO COMPLEXES; MINERAL CHEMISTRY.
Chromium: Its Physicochemical Behavior and Petrologic Significance.
Book
x, 375 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • An introduction to some of the mathematical and physical problems of modelling oil displacement in porous media, F.J.Fayers-- modelling of phase behaviour in chemical flood simulation, R.W.S.Foulse-- high accuracy solutions for two phase multicomponent flow in porous media, K.S.Sorbie and L.J.Roberts-- review of the stochastic nature of reservoirs, H.H.Haldorsen et al-- stochastic simulation and viscous fingering, R.C.Ball-- effective values in averaging, P.R.King-- the generation of stochastic fields of reservoir parameters with specified geostatistical distributions, C.L.Farmer-- advanced numerical techniques for reservoir simulation and their use on vector and parallel processors, I.M.Cheshire and R.K.Pollard-- application of high resolution simulation to modelling fluid instabilities, M.A.Christie-- discretization techniques for multiphase flow, D.Waldren-- adaptive local mesh refinement and multi-grid solution methods in numerical reservoir simulation, G.H.Schmidt and F.J.Jacobs-- the recovery of oil from underground reservoirs, E.J.Hinch-- fluid dynamics at pore scale, D.Wilkinson-- the numerical simulation of hydrodynamic dispersion, J.Koplik.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198536246 20160528
Questions which confront engineers in their daily practice, such as how two or three fluid phases move together, and what relationships exist between flows in porous and fractured materials, lead to difficult mathematical problems which can be explored and developed. Mathematical and computational advances increase the practitioner's understanding and increase hopes of better efficiency and lower costs for oil and gas production. Based on the proceedings of a conference organized by the IMA, held in Cambridge in July 1987, this book covers recent developments in non-linear mathematics and electronic computers which have led to substantial advances in the field of fluid mechanics and related transport phenomena.
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SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
viii, 211 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 30 cm
Ben shu shou ji liao"qin shi qi ye jin kao gu guo ji xue shu yan tao hui" de 17 pian lun wen.
本书收集了"秦时期冶金考古国际学术研讨会"的 17篇论文.
East Asia Library
Book
817 p.
  • A review of reservoir simulation techniques and considerations on future developments-- simulation of waterflood fracture growth with coupled fluid flow, temperature and rock elasticity-- corner point geometry in reservoir simulation-- a boundary element solution to the transient pressure response of multiply fractured horizontal wells-- a convective segregation model for predicting reservoir fluid compositional distribution-- effects of heterogeneities on phase behaviour in enhanced oil recovery-- on the strict hyperbolicity of the Buckley-Leverett equations for three-phase flow-- application of fractional-flow theory to 3-phase, 1-dimensional surfactant flooding-- averaging of relative permeability in heterogeneous reservoirs-- equations for two-phase flow in porous media derived from space averaging-- statistical physics and fractal displacement patterns in porous media-- simulations of viscous fingering in a random network-- a simple analytical model of the growth of viscous fingers in heterogeneous porous media-- simple renormalization schemes for calculating effective properties of heterogeneous reservoirs-- finite element principles for evolutionary problems, with applications to oil reservior modelling-- multigrid methods in modelling porous media flow-- local grid refinement-- analysis of a model of sequential numerical method for thermal reservoir simulation-- operator splitting and domain decomposition techniques for reservoir flow problems-- simulation of compositional reservoir phenomena on the hypercube-- the parallelization of Bosim, Shell's black/volatile oil reservoir simulator-- Monte Carlo simulation of lithology from seismic data in a channel-sand reservoir-- numerical rocks-- modelling flow through heterogeneous porous media using effective relative permeabilities generated from detailed simulations-- viscous/gravity scaling of pseudo relative permeabilities for the simulation of moderately heterogeneous reservoirs-- microscopic flow and generalized Darcy's equations-- prediction of permeability from a combination of mercury injection and pore image analysis data-- the inclusion of molecular diffusion effects in the network modelling of hydrodynamic dispersion in porous media-- the network simulation of displacement processes in fractured reservoir matrix blocks-- an analytical solution to a multiple-region moving boundary problem - nonisothermal water injection into oil reservoirs-- statistical and experimental calculation of effective permeabilities in the presence of oblique shales-- reservoir simulation using mixed methods, a modified method characteristics and local grid refinement-- tracking an in-situ combination front using the thin flame technique. (Part Contents).
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The conference on which this book is based was the first in a series of European meetings on the mathematical aspects of oil recovery problems. It concentrated on three main themes: The statistical description of porous media and geological environments at various length scales; the derivation of appropriate, spatially averaged equations for multiphase displacement processes; and the solution of the resulting equations by numerical methods. This is a broad subject area with many active researchers from industry, government institutions and universities. The aim of the meeting was to bring together mathematicians and engineers to discuss common problems. These proceedings represent both the oral presentations made at the meeting and the poster presentations.
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Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
Book
viii, 283 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner), SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Journal/Periodical
v. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
Book
99 p. illus. 28 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xv, 411 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
This handbook presents results in biological market research - an emerging geochemical method used to date sediments in oil and gas exploration. It includes aspects of their organic chemistry, biomarker structure identification and recent techniques for biomarker analysis.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780130837424 20160527
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
Book
ix, 232 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
This proceedings volume includes papers on recent developments in the modelling and prediction of microstructure during thermomechanical processing of titanium, superalloys, aluminiun, and ferrous alloys. It covers both physical and computer modelling.
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SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
x, 352 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 31 cm.
  • World hydrocarbon resources-- definition and classification of hydrocarbon resources-- assessment of undiscovered hydrocarbon resources-- risk analysis-- management of discovered resources-- hydrocarbon resources - the economic interface.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780444824967 20160528
This work covers the extensive assembly of hydrocarbon quantification and prediction techniques of value to petroleum industry management, geoscientists, engineers and economists. It provides an overview of current thought processes prevalent in the petroleum industry and academia on this topic.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780444824967 20160528
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
Book
xii, 437 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 31 cm.
This volume presents the latest in Sequence Stratigraphy. It explains how geophysicists in the oil industry can now predict increasingly accurately the nature of stratification and deposition in one area by comparing its seismic data to that recorded in other regions already explored in depth.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780444827807 20160528
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
Book
xxi, 524 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Neck growth-- small particle sintering-- cermets and non-oxide ceramics-- liquid phase sintering-- alumina-sintering and grain growth-- grain growth-- novel and reactive sintering processes-- constrained densification.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780824797751 20160528
Based on the sintering conference held at the Pennsylvania State University, USA, this text presents advances in the application of sintering to the most important industrial materials. It offers results on both solid-state and microphase sintering as well as microstructure evolution, and introduces new applications, processes, materials and solutions to technical problems.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780824797751 20160528
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
viii, 252 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Part 1: The Remote Control Systems for the Lille Frigg High Pressure, High Temperature Subsea Development-- E. Grude. A Move Towards Subsea Control System Standardization? P.A. Nilsen, R. Windsor. Exxon's Zinc Development - Overview of the Subsea Control System-- G. Clark, M. Stair. Part 2: A Robust Source for Undersea Fibre Optic Sensor Systems-- E. Lewis, W.R. Dutch, P.J. Scully, D.J. Deboux, K.J. Green. The Application of Linear Motors and Associated Equipment in Subsea Pumping Systems-- P.E. Hill. Fibre Optic System for Downhole Monitoring-- B. Bjornstad. Development and Utilization of the Sluid-Filled Subsea Electrical Connector-- D.B. Pye. Part 3: Development Trends in Subsea Wellhead Control Systems. The Safety Implications-- P.T. Griffiths. Umbilical-less Integrated Control System-- P. Yates, P. Metcalf, P. Hands, D. Jones. SPARCS Autonomous Control System-- M.C. Theobald. Multi-Layer Hose Liner of Low Permeability Materials for Use in Chemical Injection and Control Umbilicals-- P.W. Deane, F. Marcoz. Part 4: Subsea Controls - Reliability, Availability and Maintainability-- S.G. Byrne. The Application of Propriety DCS/SCADA Equipment for Subsea Monitoring and Control Systems including Smart Sensor Interface - a System Overview-- G.R. Creech. Hydraulic Accumulators-- G. Miller. Subsea Distributed Data Acquisition System-- J. Ramshaw. Subsea Multiphase Flowmeters-- E.-H. Lunde.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780792327790 20160528
The biennial conferences of the Society for Underwater Technology have achieved an excellent reputation for the quality of their presentations, which cover topics of the most acute current interest, as well as those at the forefront of review and development. The 1994 conference on subsea control and data acquisition formed no exception, since it covers subjects at the cutting edge of modern technology. It is a matter of increasing concern that products are becoming overspecified, resulting in excessive costs and longer development schedules, while not conferring an equivalent benefit in reliability of the finished product. This text is suitable for all subsea control system designers, manufacturers and operators, equipment consultants, application engineers, academics in the subsea engineering field, and all subsea engineers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780792327790 20160528
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
Book
x, 505 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
  • Part I: Reviews: Geochemistry & Characterization. 1. Organic petrography: principles and techniques-- A. Hutton. 2. Organic petrography of oil shales-- A. Hutton. 3. Demineralization and kerogen maceral separation and chemistry-- T.L. Robl, D.N. Taulbee. 3. Alkane biomarkers. Geochemical significance and application in oil shale geochemistry-- F.J. Gonzalez-Vila. 5. Solid state 13C NMR in oil shale research: an introduction with selected applications-- F.P. Miknis. 6. Introduction to mass spectrometric techniques for fossil fuel analysis-- G.A. Veloski, C.M. White. 7. An introduction to open-tubular gas chromatography: analysis of fossil and synthetic fuels-- C.M. White. 8. Speciation of organic sulphur forms in solid fuels and heavy oils-- C.E. Snape, I. Ismail, S. Mitchell, K.D. Bartl. 9. Detailed structural characterization of the organic material in Rundle Ramsay Crossing and Green River oil shales-- M. Siskin, C.G. Scouten, K.D. Rose, T. Aczel, S.G. Colgrove, R.E. Pabst. Part II: Reviews: Conversion: Processing, Mechanisms and Products. 1. Economic considerations of the oil shale and related conversion processes-- E. Ekinci. 2. Oil Shale beneficiation for processing-- J.G. Groppo. 3. Methods of oil shale analysis-- F.P. Miknis. 4. Relationship between hydrous and ordinary pyrolysis-- A.K. Burnham. 5. Fluidized bed retorting of oil shale-- S.D. Carter, U.M. Graham, A.M. Rubel, T.L. Robl. 6. Steam and co-processing of oil shales-- E. Ekinci, Y. Yurum. 7. Chemical kinetics and oil shale process design-- A.K. Burnham. 8. Hydropyrolysis: fundamentals, two-stage processing and PDU operation-- M.J. Roberts, C.E. Snape, S.C. Mitchell. 9. The bitumen intermediate in isothermal and non-isothermal decomposition of oil shales-- F.P. Miknis. 10. Aqueous organic chemistry: geochemical aspects-- M. Siskin, A.R. Katritzky. 11. Asphaltites composition and conversion-- E. Ekinci, Y. Yurum. 12. Oil shale residues as a feedstock for carbon materials-- F. Derbyshire, U.M. Graham, Y.Q. Fei, M. Jagtoyen. 13. Combustion reactivity of chars-- Z. Uysal. Part III: Research Contributions. 1. A probe for the rapid analysis of vanadium: An Electron Paramagnetic Resonance and theoretical perspective-- S.M. Mattar, R. Sammynaiken, I. Unger. 2. Characterization of Jurassic black shales from Asturias (Northern Spain): evolution and petroleum potential-- I. Suarez Ruiz, J.G. Prado. 3. n-Alkanoic compounds in sulphur-rich macromolecular substances: a detailed investigation of sulphur incorporation and cross-linking-- J. Hefter, H.H. Richnow, R. Seifert, W. Michaelis. 4. Biodegradation of hydrocarbons by sulphate reducing bacteria in the Cretaceous Bahloul Formation (Tunisia)-- M. Pervaz, W. Puttman. 5. Origin, evolution and petroleum potential of a Cambrian source rock: implications of pyrolysate and bitumen composition-- S. Bharati. (Part contents).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780792333432 20160528
The last 15 years has seen the development of a number of innovative process concepts, such as fluid-bed pyrolysis and hydroretorting which have enabled considerably higher oil yields to be obtained than by simple retorting. To understand these phenomena, detailed structural information is clearly required on the organic matter present in shales. Indeed, the organic geochemistry and analytical chemistry communities have made considerable strides in the application of advanced analytical methods to assess the structure and biological origins of kerogens. Therefore, it has been timely to bring together leading scientists from the analytical/geochemistry and chemical engineering communities involved in fossil fuel research through a NATO-ASI to prepare an up-to-date coverage of oil shale composition, geochemistry and conversion. The book comprises over 20 review articles, together with a number of research contributions. It is intended for both research workers entering the field and academics/industrialists to keep abreast of developments in solid fuel research.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780792333432 20160528
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
Book
xvi, 255 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Natural Zeolites: Cation Exchange, Cation Arrangement and Dehydration Behavior.- Natural Ion Exchange in Microporous Minerals: Different Aspects and Implications.- Why Do Super-Aluminous Sodalites and Melilites Exist, but Not so Feldspars?.- First Natural Pharmacosiderite-Related Titanosilicates and Their Ion-Exchange Properties.- Tobermorite 11 A and Its Synthetic Counterparts: Structural Relationships and Thermal Behaviour.- Mixed-Framework Microporous Natural Zirconosilicates.- Chivruaiite, a New Mineral with Ion-Exchange Properties.- Tl-Exchange in Zorite and ETS-4.- The Largest Source of Minerals with Unique Structure and Properties.- Trigonal Members of the Lovozerite Group: A Re-investigation.- Ion-Exchange Properties of Natural Sodium Zirconosilicate Terskite.- Chemistry of Cancrinite-Group Minerals from the Khibiny-Lovozero Alkaline Complex, Kola Peninsula, Russia.- On the Inhomogeneities in the Structures of Labuntsovite-Group Minerals.- Phosphates with Amphoteric Oxocomplexes: Crystal Chemical Features and Expected Physical Properties.- Structural Mineralogy of Borates as Perspective Materials for Technological Applications.- Zeolite-Like Borosilicates from the Si-Rich Part of the R2O-B2O3-SiO2 (R = K, Rb, Cs) Systems.- Structural Diversity of Layered Double Hydroxides.- Crystal Chemistry of Oxocentered Chain Lead Oxyhalides and their Importance as Perspective Materials.- Features of Low-Temperature Alteration of Ti- and Nb-Phyllosilicates Under Laboratory Conditions.- Silicate Tubes in the Crystal Structure of Manaksite.- Heterophyllosilicates, a Potential Source of Nanolayers for Materials Science.- Fullerene-Like Carbon in Nature and Perspectives of its use in Science-Based Technologies.- Fullerenes as Possible Collectors of Noble, Rare, and Disseminated Elements.- Nanotubes in Minerals and Mineral-Related Systems.- Natural and Synthetic Minerals - Matrices (Forms) for Actinide Waste Immobilization.- Behavior of Actinide Host-Phases Under Self-irradiation: Zircon, Pyrochlore, Monazite, and Cubic Zirconia Doped with Pu-238.- Stabilization of Radioactive Salt-Containing Liquid and Sludge waste on the Ceramic Matrices.- The Role of Organic Matter in Peralkaline Pegmatites: Comparison of Minerogenetic and Technological Processes.- Structure, Chemistry and Crystallization Conditions of Calcium Oxalates - The Main Components of Kidney Stones.- Structure, Chemistry and Synthesis of Carbonate Apatites - The Main Components of Dental and Bone Tissues.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783540771227 20160605
This book comprises papers resulting from the 1st International workshop Minerals as Advanced Materials I . It is intended as an exchange of ideas between mineralogists and material scientists. The aim is to identify minerals and mineral objects that have or potentially have unique physical, chemical and structural properties that are of interest from the viewpoint of applied mineralogy and material science. The author studied Crystallography at the St.Petersburg State University.".
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