Gravity-driven instability in unsaturated fractures
AuthorNicholl, Michael J
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The stability of infiltration flow into inclined, unsaturated fractures has been studied. An initially dry natural tuff fracture is used to demonstrate that gravity-driven instability is a separate process form heterogeneity induced channeling. Data was acquired through digital imaging techniques.
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