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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
<p>This paper presents an integrated data management system which was developed over a number of years as well as the advantages through a specific application. The presented case study illustrates how the high production slopes of a mine that exceed depths ...
Reference: Open Geosci. 2016; 8:694–699
<p>This paper introduces the Third International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of Environment - RSCy2015, which was organized by the Cyprus Remote Sensing Society. A brief summary of the institution is made, followed by an overview of selected ...
Reference: Open Geosci. 2016; 8:650–652
<p>The aim of this project was to capture, extract and upload geotechnical data into an easily accessible, single source geotechnical database. Using Rio Tinto Coal Australia (RTCA) as a case study, the project formed a framework for ...
Reference: 2015 Coal Operators’ Conference
<p>Reservoirs are usually exposed to sediment accumulation problems that will lead to reduction in their storage capacity. This problem directly affects the performance of the dams and causes shortage of their useful life. The simplest technique to estimate ...
Reference: Engineering, 2015, 7, 190-202
<p>In the framework of landslide risk reduction, predicting the time of occurrence of a slope failure is a goal of major importance. The task is far from simple, since it is practically impossible to account for the large number of controlling variables and ...
Reference: Italian Journal of Engineering Geology and Environment, 1 (2015)
<p>This paper presents the features of sophisticated instrumentation available today for geotechnical monitoring. A wide range of sophistic have been described with their applications ted electronic and mechanical instrumentation with different instrumentation ...
Reference: Open Journal of Civil Engineering, 2014, 4, 135-146
As with most highway bridges, railway transitions experience differential movements due to differences in track system stiffness, track damping characteristics, foundation type, ballast settlement from fouling and/or degradation, as well as fill and subgrade ...
Reference: Proceedings of the ASME 2012 Joint Rail Conference JRC2012 April 17-19, 2012, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
In this report, we present a generic plan for monitoring of a hypothetical Carpathian landslide that illustrates how our suggestions for each of the specific landslides could be implemented. The plan includes basic pore pressure, displacement, and weather ...
Reference: Open File Report 2011-1001
The objective in this experimental programme was to monitor microseismic activity at field scale in the same way that acoustic emission (AE) are monitored at sample scale, noting that the temporal variation of the AE level (or cumulated level) appears to be ...
Reference: Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 11, 2663–2675, 2011