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Detection of Internal Erosion and Seepage Using Resistivity Monitoring

Sjödahl, Pontus; Dahlin, Torleif LU and Johansson, Sam (2007) In WasserWirtschaft 10. p.54-56
Abstract
The resistivity method is well suited for dam monitoring as it is

non-destructive and easily adapted for long-term monitoring. Measurements detect changes of material properties as well as anomalous variations, which may relate to internal erosion and seepage. However, applying the resistivity method on embankment dams can be challenging. This paper contends with practical use of the resistivity method on embankment dams, and presents two examples

from Sweden.
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non-destructive and easily adapted for long-term monitoring. Measurements detect changes of material properties as well as anomalous variations, which may relate to internal erosion and seepage. However, applying the resistivity method on embankment dams can be challenging. This paper contends with practical use of the resistivity method on embankment dams, and presents two examples<br/><br>
from Sweden.},
  author       = {Sjödahl, Pontus and Dahlin, Torleif and Johansson, Sam},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {54--56},
  series       = {WasserWirtschaft},
  title        = {Detection of Internal Erosion and Seepage Using Resistivity Monitoring},
  volume       = {10},
  year         = {2007},
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