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Cavity Detection of Chamber by GPR
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Cavity Detection of Chamber by GPR
Lee, Hyun-Ho;
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To find the buried pipes and cavities, GPR detection were proceed by the type and depth of underground pipes and cavities buried in the Chamber. In the case of asphalt pavement and non-pavement, the exploration of buried pipe were easy than the concrete and reinforced concrete pavement. In the case of air cavity, the buried depth of 1 m was evaluated as the detection was possible.
Cavity;Chamber;GPR;Pavement;Underground pipe;
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