GeoPET was developed for direct non-destructive quantitative visualization of transport processes in opaque media, in particular in natural geological materials on the scale of drill cores.


Positron emission tomography in pebble beds. Part 1: Liquid particle deposition

Barth T, Ludwig M, Kulenkampff J, Gründig M, Franke K, Lippmann-Pipke J, Hampel U - Nuclear Engineering and Design - 2014

Monte Carlo simulations of GeoPET experiments: 3D images of tracer distributions (18F, 124I and 58Co) in Opalinus clay, anhydrite and quartz

Zakhnini A, Kulenkampff J, Sauerzapf S, Pietrzyk U, Lippmann-Pipke J - Computers & Geosciences - 2013

Evaluation of positron-emission-tomography for visualisation of migration processes in geomaterials

Kulenkampff J, Gründig M, Richter M, Enzmann F - Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C - 2008

Tomographic radiotracer studies of the spatial distribution of heterogeneous geochemical transport processes

Gründig M, Richter M, Seese A, Sabri O - Applied Geochemistry - 2007

Positron emission tomography for modelling of geochemical transport processes in clay

Richter M, Gründig M, Zieger K, Seese A, Sabri O - Radiochimica Acta - 2005

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Helmholtz Imaging spinning wheel

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