Making Civil Engineering Safer By Taking a Leaf Out of Mining’s Book: Part 2 – Dataloggers and Civil Wireless Monitoring

Making Civil Engineering Safer By Taking a Leaf Out of Mining’s Book: Part 2 – Dataloggers and Civil Wireless Monitoring

In Part 1  of this discussion, we spoke about the benefits of using multi-point borehole extensometers as a structural integrity monitoring tool in a civil engineering environment. Of course, installing MPBXs is of no benefit on its own. They need to be monitored and provide useful data to be of...
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Making Civil Engineering Safer By Taking a Leaf Out of Mining’s Book: Part 1 – Using Extensometers for Civil Structural Monitoring

Making Civil Engineering Safer By Taking a Leaf Out of Mining’s Book: Part 1 – Using Extensometers for Civil Structural Monitoring

As you well know, tunnels and other civil structures are subject to factors like shifting and subsidence, putting them at risk of sudden catastrophic failure in extreme circumstances and making them prone to long-term damage as they age. Obviously, continuous geotechnical monitoring of civil...
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