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1995): − − − − − − − Location and concrete cover of reinforcement Location and concrete cover of tendon ducts Thickness measurements of beams and slabs Moisture detection areas Localization of voids Localization of delaminations Measurement of the thickness of layers 5 TOMOGRAPHY Conducting radar tests and the interpretation of the results is supported by advanced instrumentation which is commercially available. More important are powerful computer systems which can handle large amounts of data in reasonable time.
Figure 20. Section b-b, ∅ = 28, s = 10 cm (upper and lower reinforcement). Figure 21. Cross section d-d revealing the slab geometry and location of the pile heads. Reliable thickness measurements have been possible up to 75 cm for areas with high reinforcement ratio (28 mm diameter at 100 mm spacing, crosswise, upper and lower reinforcement layer) and up to 125 cm with lower reinforcement ratio. 8 AUTOMATION Figure 18. 75 cm. Automation of non-destructive testing methods helps to overcome the disadvantages of manual point testing.
75 cm. Automation of non-destructive testing methods helps to overcome the disadvantages of manual point testing. Point measurements must be repeated several times for statistical proof of the results. Reproducibility is not always given in rough test environments and difficult surfaces. Furthermore test personnel get tired during long testing periods. Section parallel to the surface at depth of 26 At BAM several automation devices have been developed for various applications: automation of point testing methods with physical contact during testing (impact-echo, ultrasonic echo) and those with non-contact testing (radar, rebar detection).