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Abstract

A019 NON-INVASIVE CHARACTERISATION OF ROAD SUBGRADE WITH TOWED-ARRAY CAPACITIVE RESISTIVITY IMAGING Summary 1 A towed-array Capacitive Resistivity Imaging (CRI) system has been used in a controlled experiment to acquire multi-channel high-resolution ERT data on an asphalt road. Results from a CRI survey on a purpose-built trial road are discussed and compared to corresponding GPR profile data. It is demonstrated that CRI is particularly effective for the assessment of road subgrade condition. The technique is found to be sensitive to variations in moisture content and porosity in the subgrade layer which can be used to distinguish areas of structural weakness in

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2004-09-06
2020-11-29
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