Geoelectric Lab.

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Prof. Abbas M. Abbas 
Head of Geoelectric and Geothermal Laboratory

Geoelectric and Geothermal Laboratory

It focuses on many targets like Groundwater exploration and detection the main subsurface reservoirs, Archaeological investigations and detecting the unrevealed objects, Geotechnical and engineering investigations and determination the subsurface cavities,faults, fractures, voids, and impermeable beds, Environmental Risk Assessment, Mineral Explorations and detecting the location of economic minerals, and Geothermal explorations and detecting the main geothermal reservoirs. Geoelectric and geothermal lab. has the latest geophysical techniques (Electric and Electromagnetic techniques) that can achieve these targets and give accurate results.

Members of Laboratory of Geoelectric and Geothermal

Gad Mohamed El-QadyPresident of NRIAG
 +201001547090gadosan@nriag.sci.eg

Abbas Ali Abbas
Prof. Head of Laboratory+201113309595abbas@nriag.sci.eg
Salah Sheriff OsmanProf. Dr.+201003199792
sshosman@nriag.sci.eg

El-Said Ahmed Al-Sayed Ragab

Prof. Dr.+201006532551saidragab2001@nriag.sci.eg

Magdy Ahmed Atya
Prof. Dr.+201000240157magdyattia@nriag.sci.eg

Sultan Awad Sultan Araffa
Prof. Dr.+201090605189sultan_awad@nriag.sci.eg
Fathy fawzy Ahmed ShaabanProf. Dr.Shaaban_F@hotmail.com
Mahfooz Abdel-Motaleb HafezProf. Dr.Mahfooz_hafez2001@yahoo.com
Aiman Abdel Latiff Abdel AzizProf. Dr.+201117799736
Aiman-aziz21@gmail.com

Usama Saad Abdel-Hamid Massoud
Prof. Dr.+201007553062
usaad2007@nriag.sci.eg

Hany Salah Abdel-Azeem Mesbah
Prof. Dr.+201117799736hmesbah@nriag.sci.eg
Mamdouh M. Mohamed SolimanProf. Dr.+201000243608
amsoliman2001@nriag.sci.eg
Mohamed Ahmed MetwalyAssoc. Prof.Mmetwaly70@yahoo.com
Ayman Ismail TahaAssoc. Prof.ayman.ismail@nriag.sci.eg

Mohamed Abdel Zaher
Assoc. Prof.+201159299090moh_zaher@nriag.sci.eg

Khamis Kabeel Ali Mansour
Dr.+201158880773
khamis75@nriag.sci.eg

Ashraf Khozym Salama El-sayed
Dr.ashraf.khozym@nriag.sci.eg
Mahmoud Gaballah Abdel-MawgoudDr.mahmoud_gabala@yahoo.com

Sherin Mohamed Ibrahim
Dr.+201115440966
sherinmohamed2001@yahoo.com

Abdellatif Mohamed Abdellatif Younis

Dr.+201002060418
abdellatifyounis@nriag.sci.eg
Hany Mohammed Shaaban El-AwadyDr.+201003370275hanyshaaban@nriag.sci.eg

Mohamed Abdel Sabour
Dr.+201023220509
mohamed-aldeep@nriag.sci.eg

Samah Mohammed Elbarbary
Dr.01015504337samah_elbarbary@nriag.sci.eg

Mona Mahmoud Mostafa
Researcher Assistant+201001835364
Mona002002@hatmail.com

Wael Ragab Ali Ebrahim

Researcher Assistant+201067358595
wael_ragab2007@nriag.sci.eg

Heba Mohamed Mohamed

Researcher Assistant+201001853965
heba_elkosery@nriag.sci.eg
Diaa Elsayed Hamed AbdallahResearcher Assistant+201020313308geo_diaa@nriag.sci.eg
Noha Ismail MedhatResearcher Assistant+201007734674
noha.ismail@nriag.sci.eg
Hamada Salama AbdelhadyResearcher Assistant+201016165871
Ibrahim Mohamed khedr DarwishAssistant Researcher+201279019715
geo_ibrahim_90@yahoo.com

Ahmed Mahmoud Mohamed

Assistant Researcher+201096671737ahmed.mahmoud@nriag.sci.eg

Electrical Resistivity Surveys

It is used for measuring the electrical resistivity Distributions in the subsurface medium by injecting an electric current through a pair of electrodes into the ground and measuring the potential difference through another pair of electrodes to detect the subsurface geological layers, geotechnical problems, and groundwater aquifers.

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Transient ElectroMagnetic (TEM) Technique

TEM method detects underground conducting materials by transmitting electrical pulses along loops of cables laid on the ground surface. It is an inductive method, which utilizes a strong direct current passed through a square loop commonly extended on the ground surface. The flow of this current in the surface loop creates a primary magnetic field, which spreads out into the ground. When the applied current is abruptly terminated, the primary magnetic field starts to decay with time. According to Faraday’s law, the decay of the primary magnetic field with time induces eddy currents that flow outward and downward in the subsurface conductors. The rate of change of these currents and of their respective secondary magnetic field depends on the size, shape and conductivity of the subsurface conductors.

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

It is an electromagnetic technique used for high-resolution detection, mapping and imaging of the subsurface soils and rock conditions. It investigates the subsurface conditions by transmitting radio waves into the ground and recording the response at the ground surface. This system has a capability to investigate the subsurface medium at different depth levels according the used antenna. Each antenna is designed to operate over a range of frequencies. The high frequency is related to shallow investigations and the low frequency is corresponding to deeper investigations. It is strongly used for Archaeological Investigations.

Very Low Frequency Technique

VLF method utilizes Very Low Frequency radio communication signals in the range of 15-30 KHz, to determine electrical properties of near surface soils and shallow bedrock. The technique is valuable especially for mapping steeply dipping structures such as faults, fracture zones and areas of mineralization.

 

 

 

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Very Low Frequency (T-VLF Device)

Devices owned by Geoelectric and Geothermal Laboratory

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

Sir 4000 (GSSI)
GPR SIR2000 (GSSI)
SIR20 (GSSI)

Electrical Resistivity Techniques

SYSCAL R2 (IRIS)
GGA-31
GGA-30

Transient Electromagnetic Technique (TEM)

TERRATEM
Sirotem

Geothermal Instruments

Geo Vista logging system

Very Low Frequency Technique

T-VLF (IRIS)
WADI VLF-EM Instrument ABEM, SWEDEN

Projects funded by Academy of scientific Research & Technology in Egypt

  1. Assessment of Geothermal Resources in Farafra Oasis, Egypt.

  2. CSEM Monitoring of the Foundation and Base ground Stability to Minimize the Catastrophic Impacts on the Community; An Approach to Involve Volume and Control Source Electromagnetic (CSEM); Locality: Quarter 27, 15th May City and other sites

  3. Geoelectric (VES+ERT) and electromagnetic (TEM+AMT) studies in Abou Ramad area, Red Sea Province for delineating and assessment groundwater aquifer associated with the old delta, to be exploited in agriculture and sustainable development.

  4. Construction of the interactive maps of the archeological ruins in the subsurface of the valley of the Golden Mummies VGM, Bahariya Oasis, Egypt.

  5. Imaging the geometry of the Kharga Basin, New Valley Oasis and its groundwater Capacity.

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