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Summary

For foundation design the geotechnical analyses and interpretations often rely on isolated 1D boreholes and the geophysical data is only used to confirm horizontal layering. The great amount of information capture in the geophysical data, not only related to layering but also related to soil parameters, are therefore not used. Geophysical data are collected in 2D lines and/or 3D volumes and therefore provides the natural link to re-populate geotechnical properties found in the 1D boreholes onto a larger area and thereby build a consistent and robust ground model. There is therefore a great potential in using this data in a quantitative way during all phases of a project.

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2019-06-03
2020-08-05
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