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Devenir à long terme d'exploitations abandonnées de sel

Abstract : Long term evolution of abandoned exploitations of salt is discussed by analysing three basic aspects: geological and hydro-geological contexts of salt deposit, exploitation features (methods, geometries and dimensions) and specific mechanical behaviour of salt under the effect of phenomena such as creep, damage, permeability and fluid interaction in particular brine effect. This discussion is mainly placed in the context of salt exploitations in Lorraine (France) carried out by room and pillar method or by solution mining.
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Mehdi Ghoreychi, Xavier Daupley. Devenir à long terme d'exploitations abandonnées de sel. Revue française de Géotechnique, 2004, pp.73-83. ⟨ineris-00961886⟩



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