Determination of vertical and horizontal soil displacements in automated measuring systems on the basis of angular measurements

Łukasz Bednarski

Abstrakt

The increasing interest in monitoring systems for soil displacements, prompted the authors to search for calculation methods which would allow the construction of monitoring devices without the need to place sensors in inclinometric tubes. The application of the spline interpolation method and the local approximation method by means of weighted moving squares allowed for the creation of curves which describe the soil deformation with the required accuracy. The basic equations of this calculation method and numerical examples are presented in the paper.

Słowa kluczowe: soil deformation measurements, inclinometers, spline interpolation
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