Published: Jan 1975
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The need for information on the performance of large buried culverts has resulted in implementation of three field-instrumentation programs. Soil stress, strain, and deformation sensors were developed for these studies using the induction coil system. The projects are described and the results are illustrated. This experience is used as a basis for assessing the capabilities of the instrumentation.
instruments, monitors, detectors, extensometers, soil pressure, stresses, strains, deformation, culverts, field tests, inductance, magnet coils, performance, measurement
Professor of engineering and applied sciences, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, N.Y.