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Abstract

Civil engineering and hydrogeologie works share an increasing need of knowledge of deep layers (formations with thick overburden, control of deep aquifers, etc.). These problems cannot be resolved by seismic refraction, electric nor potential methods, due to complexity of layers. Then we were forced to use the reflection method. This method allows us to obtain signal from positive or negative impedance changes and an important control of fractures. This procedure have obtained previously a great development as the main procedure in oil search. Our idea is to adapt this very expensive technology to the problems and conditions of civil engineering without lose of quality and accuracy of the results.

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1998-09-14
2020-04-06
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