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<p>In the planning and design phase of the E16 Sandvika &ndash; W&oslash;yen road project in B&aelig;rum Municipality in Norway, NGI installed a large number of piezometers using the "Fully grouted" installation method. Because of layered soil conditions, ...
Reference: NGM 2016 Reykjavik, Proceedings of the 17th Nordic Geotechnical Meeting, Challenges in Nordic Geotechnic 25th – 28th of May
In a ground anchor system, cables or tendons connected to a bearing plate are used for stabilization of slopes. Then, the stability of a slope is dependent on maintaining the tension levels in the cables. So far, no research on a strain-based field sensing ...
Reference: Sensors 2013, 13, 3739-3752
<p>Continuous monitoring of subsurface ground movements is accomplished with in-place instruments utilizing automated data acquisition methods. These typically include TDR (Time Domain Reflectometry) or assemblies of several servo-accelerometer-based, electrolytic ...
Reference: SPR Research Project C-06-02
<p>A new method of cable installation using a heavy-duty Cone Penetration Test (CPT) truck was developed and practiced successfully in this study. The coaxial and fiber optic cables were pushed along with the cone rods by the hydraulic system integrated with ...
Reference: Ohio Research Institute for Transportation and the Environment
<p>In the 19th century the Adige River (Northern Italy) was straightened to prevent flooding and to allow the building of the Verona-Brenner railway by the construction of embankments. At present the river flows between embankments for about 140 km and occasionally ...
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<p>This paper reports experimental data on surface and deep displacements evaluated by means of GPS stations and inclinometers in two rototranslational deep landslides in a clayey slope of the Italian Southern Apennines. The displacements of the landslides ...
Reference: Nat Hazards, Srpinger, 2010
<p>This paper describes the successful construction of new highway embankments over soft soils alongside existing high-traffic volume highways in the Greater Vancouver area of British Columbia. Highway 10 and Highway 15 intersect at Cloverdale in the City ...
Reference: Slope and Embankment Engineering for Changing Environments 2009 Annual Conference of the Transportation Association of Canada Vancouver, British Columbia
Monitoring data that can be used in conjunction with current numerical capabilities are discussed, including laser scanning and webcams for developing an accurate record of construction activities, and automated and remote instrumentations to measure movements ...
Reference: NSF Engineering Research and Innovation Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 2009
This is a simplified guide for the implementation and use of a TDR cable system for monitoring the movement of known and potential landslides. For more detailed information, please refer to documents in the reference section, as well as the section on supplemental ...
Reference: 7700—Transportation Mgmt 0877 1804—SDTDC
 
Thes instructions are a general indication of typical field practices and may require modification to suit site specific applications. This equipment should be installed maintained and operated by technically qualified personnel.
Reference: Geokon Inc