Application of impulse radar to civil engineering

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Ground penetrating radar., Radar in civil engine
Statementby C. Peter F. Ulriksen
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LC ClassificationsTK"6595"C5"U47"1992
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Application of impulse radar to civil engineering. Hudson, NH: Geophysical Survey Systems, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Peter F Ulriksen; Lunds universitet.; Geophysical Survey Systems. English, Thesis edition: Application of impulse radar to civil engineering: doctoral thesis / by C.

Peter F. Ulriksen. Ulriksen, C. Peter F. Get this edition. Cite this Record. Application of Impulse Radar To Civil Engineering. Peter F.

Ulriksen. Lund, Sweden: Lund University of Technology. (tDAR id: ). The application of impulse radar for nondestructive testing in civil engineering is diversified and requires the development of specified broadband antennas. In this paper, antenna development for this purpose is discussed.

Typical testing problems and results of radar applications in civil engineering Cited by: 1. The application of impulse radar for structural investigation of concrete elements has been increased during the last years related to technical developments, i.

of high frequency antennas. This book, based on Transport and Urban Development COST Action TU, presents the most advanced applications of ground penetrating radar (GPR) in a civil engineering context, with documentation of instrumentation, methods and results.

It explains clearly how. The need of non-destructive detection of buried objects in building materials has continuously increased in the last twenty years within the sector of civil engineering and construction industries. Therefore impulse radar [i] has been applied for non- destructive damage assessment and also in recent years to quality assessment.

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Application of Ground Penetrating Radar to Civil and Geotechnical Engineering 1. Introduction GPR is a subsurface imaging method that provides high-resolution information to a depth of typically 0– 10 m, although depths up to 40 m (Franke & YelfJol.

Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Structures and Buildings. ISSN | E-ISSN Volume 99 Issue 1, FEBRUARYpp. A. Benedetto, Application of impulse radar to civil engineering book.

PajewskiCivil engineering applications of ground penetrating radar Springer, London (), / Google Scholar. 1. Introduction. The application of passive infrared thermography in civil engineering is a well established non-destructive testing method for the investigation of the quality of thermal insulation of building envelopes.At a distinct time a thermogram of the area under investigation is recorded describing the temperature distribution along the surface.

This paper focuses on the use of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) in civil engineering. Open issues in this field are identified and desirable advances in GPR technology, application procedures. Ulricksen, “Application of impulse radar to civil engineering,” in Application of impulse radar to civil engineering, Lund University of Technology.

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Geotechnical engineering, cable routing, pipeline inspection and routing, tunnel lining, location of buried utilities Searching for different metallic and non-metallic objects (local items, pipes, wires, underground tanks etc.), buried into the ground.

Applications for impulse radar include: Civil engineering - mapping of steel reinforcement, voids and fractures within concrete structures; determination of pavement, wall and bridge deck thickness; assessing post tension ducts within bridge beams; detection of old foundations and mine working; mapping of subsurface solution features in.

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Open issues in this field are identified and desirable advances in GPR technology, application procedures, data processing algorithms and analysis tools, are addressed. Civil Engineering Applications of Ground Penetrating Radar (Springer Transactions in Civil and Environmental Engineering) - Kindle edition by Benedetto, Andrea, Pajewski, Lara.

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traditional impulse radar systems. In this paper, distinct evidence is given that SFCW In general practice, it is accepted that the full range of applications in civil engineering requires the use of different antennas, each with a central frequency ranging from to GHz.

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