Directionality of electromagnetic radiation from fractures
The directionality of electromagnetic radiation from tensile fracturing is calculated within our previously proposed model and shown to agree with experimental observations in the field. The best locations and orientations of measuring antennas are presented.
KeywordsTensile fracturing Electromagnetic radiation
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