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Publications tagged with [inclinometer]

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<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>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
 
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
To monitor slope movement and the factors which influence it, Arup and the GEO have developed a fully automated system for collecting and reporting field monitoring data. The instruments collect readings at designated intervals and upload them to a secure ...
Reference: The 12 th International Conference of International Association for Computer Methods and Advances in Geomechanics (IACMAG) 1-6 October, 2008 Goa, India
Slope inclinometers/indicators are used to determine the magnitude, rate, direction, depth, and type of landslide movement. This information is usually vitally important for understanding the cause, behavior, and remediation of a landslide. However, many inclinometer ...
Reference: Landslides DOI 10.1007/s10346-008-0126-3, Springer-Verlag 2008
The report compares, assesses and enhances present monitoring techniques and their application on vulnerable areas for improving prevention and risk management. A large collection of best practise examples underline the implementation of the wide possibilities ...
Reference: STRATEGIC INTERREG III B PROJECT CLIMCHALP: CLIMATE CHANGE, IMPACTS AND ADAPTATION STRATEGIES IN THE ALPINE SPACE
The Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) Soil and Rock Instrumentation Committee initiated the development of an e-circular on the use of inclinometers to facilitate technology transfer to state department of transportation (DOT) engineers and researchers ...
Reference: TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH Number E-C129 October 2008
<p>The purpose of this Circular is to provide updated information on the state of the practice for the use of inclinometers on highway projects. This instrument technology has more than 50 years of experience. Data evaluation and correction procedures have ...
Reference: Transportation Research Board, Circular No. E-C129, 2008
 
The TES-AN-25 inclinometer system is an accurate instrumentation system. Its datalogger has built-in data storage facilities and capability of transferring stored data to a computer. The inclinometer probe operates in a plastic grooved casing which may be ...
Reference: Doc. # WI 6002.81
Time domain reflectometry (TDR) is gaining wide spread attention as a cost effective method to monitor mass movements in both soil and rock. It has been used successfully for a number of years to monitor deep seated failures in soil deposits and for monitoring ...
Reference: Proc. TDR 2006, Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA, Sept. 2006