Advances in instrumentation and monitoring in geotechnical engineering
Singh, Devendar N., Sivakugan, Siva, and Vanapalli, Sai K. (2011) Advances in instrumentation and monitoring in geotechnical engineering. Advances in Civil Engineering, 2011 . pp. 1-2.
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[Extract] Geotechnical instrumentation to monitor the performances of earth and earth-supported structures is increasingly becoming popular. Verification of long-term performances, validation of new theories, construction control, warning against any impending failures, quality assurance, and legal protection are some of the many reasons for geotechnical instrumentation. They are not only used in field situations, but in laboratories too. With the recent advances in materials and technology, and the need for more stringent performance control, there had been significant developments in the recent past in instrumentation and monitoring techniques.
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