Inclinometers Articles

  • Should Your Sensor Have A Connector Or Pin Terminals?

    When it comes to measuring the activity of your project, it’s nice to have options. High precision sensors can offer plenty of selections from the range of your measurements to the output of your readings, but a sensor is only as good at its connection. Connectors and pin terminals are common and dependable connections that relay your readings from within the sensor to the screen in front ...


    By Jewell Instruments LLC

  • Commerce Park Giesen-Harsum-Hildesheim case study

    Building on an old dump The communities Giesen and Harsum along with the City of Hildesheim, Germany jointly planned the construction of a commerce park covering an area of 240ha. The section of the premises on which buildings were to be erected encompassed an area of 50ha. The only access road passed over a former garbage and building-trash landfill. Dumping in this area was ...


    By NAUE GmbH & Co.KG

  • Topographic Correction of GPR Profile Based on Odometer and Inclinometer Data

    Abstract— Usually, data obtained by ground penetrating radar (GPR) are displayed as a rectangular 2D picture (profile), vertical and horizontal axes of which are proportional to depth and traveled distance, respectively. Surface, generally, is not horizontal, that leads to distorted view of irregularities in the GPR profile. To eliminate these distortions a topographic correction is used. ...


    By Transient Technologies LLC

  • 2001 IFAI award Broadmoor road, Bayside, Wisconsin

    Those were among the challenges offi-cials of Bayside, Wisconsin, presented to Bonestroo, Rosene, Anderlik & Associates, a Mequon, Wisconsin-based engineering firm. The project involved an embankment that sup-ports Broadmoor Road and the Union Pacific Railroad where they cross Fish Creek in this upscale suburb north of Milwaukee. Periodic inclinometer readings and cracks in the paved road and ...


    By Presto Geosystems

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