Take a look at some examples of how civil and geotechnical engineers achieve their objectives.
The data from continuous fibrisTerre fiber-optic distributed sensing identifies, locates and measures strain and temperature events on long, large and complex structures.
Measuring tunnel and shaft lining deformation continuously during Semmering Base Tunnel excavation, construction and operation.Read more
Comparing measurements of a concrete driven pile load using conventional strain gauges and fiber optic distributed sensing.Read more
Monitoring strain and temperature over long distances provides valuable information to aid sewer managementRead more
Detecting ground movement and creep in a large earth retaining structure during and after constructionRead more
Detecting deformation in borehole casing with fiber optic sensingRead more
Measuring deformation of prototype structures during construction of the Deep Tunnel Sewerage System (DTSS)Read more
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Großwig, W. et.al. “Application of distributed Brillouin optical fiber sensor systems in geo-technical monitoring”, 6th Asia Pacific Optical Sensors Conference, Shanghai, 10.-14.10.2016
Managing the clean energy transition.
Equipping future energy infrastructure with distributed fiber optic sensing provides continuous, long term monitoring. Detecting fatigue, optimizing performance during installation and operation.