Fast methods for site characterization and imaging of potentially problematic zones, such as voids and discontinuities, are valuable in geotechnical engineering, to manage risks and meet business objectives. We present a nearly real-time screening tool which uses seismic surface-wave attributes (phase velocity and energy) to produce quantitative indication of lithological variations and other shallow targets. We present the results from an engineering experiment and compare them with a priori information on the site.

Fast Near-Surface Investigation With Surface-Wave Attributes / Papadopoulou, M.; Colombero, C.; Staring, M.; Singer, J.; Eddies, R.; Fliedner, M.; Janod, F.; Socco, V.. - (2021), pp. 1-5. ((Intervento presentato al convegno NSG2021 2nd Conference on Geophysics for Infrastructure Planning, Monitoring and BIM [10.3997/2214-4609.202120128].

Fast Near-Surface Investigation With Surface-Wave Attributes

Papadopoulou, M.;Colombero, C.;Socco, V.
2021

Abstract

Fast methods for site characterization and imaging of potentially problematic zones, such as voids and discontinuities, are valuable in geotechnical engineering, to manage risks and meet business objectives. We present a nearly real-time screening tool which uses seismic surface-wave attributes (phase velocity and energy) to produce quantitative indication of lithological variations and other shallow targets. We present the results from an engineering experiment and compare them with a priori information on the site.
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