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By Jana Parilkova, Jaroslav Veselý, Jiří Pavlík and Radek Stoklásek


Abstract − The non-traditional method for the soil status and its change monitoring was used. The method is electrical impedance spectrometry (below EIS), which is developed within the Europe international project E!3838 of EUREKA program. EIS monitors electrical impedance in complex form and its changes caused by the load of the environment or construction by water. For this work was developed and realized unique apparatus Z-meter with 128 monitoring channels. Using the EIS method, progress of water infiltration and deformations outside or inside of the dike body can be indicated

Topics: soil status, monitoring, EIS-Method
Year: 2009
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