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How to Scan Concrete using GPR ?

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Share on linkedin Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on telegram Share on whatsapp Share on email In this article, the basic principles and the advantages of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) in concrete scanning and its comparison to other concrete scanning NDT techniques will be presented. This technique is greatly beneficial to contractors and engineers working in the construction industry. What is Ground Penetrating Radar? Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)… Read More »How to Scan Concrete using GPR ?

GPR in Structural Assessment

How to use GPR in Structural Assessment?

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A multi-technology approach using different Nondestructive Testing (NDT) technologies is becoming the new standard in structural condition assessment. Ground Penetrating Radar has proved to be an effective method in collective key information about the structural details, however, this interesting technology comes with inherent limitations. It is important to develop a good understanding of the capabilities of GPR, and cover its shortcomings with complimentary methods such as the Ultrasonic Pulse based… Read More »How to use GPR in Structural Assessment?

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NDT Methods for Concrete Imaging and Scanning

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Share on linkedin Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on telegram Share on whatsapp Share on email Concrete Imaging and Scanning are used to assess the location and extent of sub-surface defects. Different non-destructive test methods have been developed and used over the past few decades. The following article briefly describes some of these methods, and their application in the structure inspection and structural condition assessment.  What is Concrete… Read More »NDT Methods for Concrete Imaging and Scanning

Condition Survey for Bridge Decks

4 Methods of Condition Survey for Bridge Decks

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Exposed Concrete Decks suffer from various deterioration mechanisms; i.e. freezing and thawing, corrosion. The most significant consequence is the delamination of concrete, which could eventually trigger other damage mechanism, such as corrosion. The maintenance of deck slabs is quite challenging mainly because it normally involves large areas; In many cases, closing the deck to traffic is extremely difficult, if not impossible. Existing (traditional) methods of condition survey for bridge decks… Read More »4 Methods of Condition Survey for Bridge Decks