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Publications by [Mikkelsen P. E.]

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<p>The probe inclinometer is deceptively easy to use. Its use has become increasingly commonplace, but what influences accuracy is less known. This paper describes the charactristics of four systematic errors that can occur and provides some guidance for recognizing ...
Reference: Symposium on Field Measurements in Geomechanics, FMGM 2003, Oslo, 13 pp
<p>For decades it has been common practice in the geotechnical industry to install diaphragm piezometers (pore pressure sensors) in boreholes using methods developed for standpipe piezometers in saturated soil (Dunnicliff, 1988, 1993). Surrounding a diaphragm ...
Reference: Symposium on Field Measurements in Geomechanics, FMGM 2003, Oslo, Norway, September
<p>Inclinometers have steadily gained widespread use for measuring deformations In landslides, natural slope creep, temporary excavations, earth and rock embankments, slurry walls, shafts, tunnels, lateral pile movements, and settlements beneath tanks, fills, ...
Reference: TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD 1169