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Abstract

The Application of the Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) technique is now increasingly extending to the broad field of engineering geology. Discerning between various buried objects in variable forms and sizes on GPR maps and studying the relevant site techniques are important problems. In this paper, the author presents GPR modelling test results for GPR conducted over a series of metal and nonmetal cylinders, spheroids, finite plates and their compositions buried in a swimming pool. These models simulated buried pipes, culverts, cavities, and lithologic interfaces. They are the basic targets which could be encountered on a fieldsite. The author also describes technical conditions.

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1994-06-12
2020-08-07
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