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by Bernard Hertlein,Allen Davis

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0470848502
Author:
Bernard Hertlein,Allen Davis
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Engineering
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Wiley; 1 edition (August 25, 2006)
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In addition, Nondestructive Testing is being increasingly specified in deep foundation projects, though often without a good understanding of its limitations and with the result that methods are often misused.

In addition, Nondestructive Testing is being increasingly specified in deep foundation projects, though often without a good understanding of its limitations and with the result that methods are often misused.

Bernard Hertlein, Allen Davis

Bernard Hertlein, Allen Davis. Nondestructive Testing involves the use of methods such as wave propagation, electromagnetism, electrical conductivity, and thermal conductivity to test structural integrity and thereby allow nondestructive assessment of structures and the possibility of structural failures before they occur. Nondestructive Testing of Deep Foundations covers different techniques designed to provide information about the integrity and quality of the material that makes up a deep foundation.

STS Consultants Ltd, USA and Allen Davis. Nondestructive testing (NDT) of deep foundations has become an essential component of deep foundation construction quality assurance. Construction Technology Labs In. USA. Nondestructive testing of deep foundations. STS Consultants Ltd, USA and Allen Davis. Its very existence has improved the front end of the process, that being quality control. This is a text whose time has more than come.

The Handbook examines the tools and techniques used to estimate the in-place strength of concrete and permeation properties that relate to potential durability, and it also describes the methods used to assess the condition of concrete integrity and steel reinforcement. The authors of each chapter are recognized specialists in the field who have served on technical committees for nondestructive testing.

Nondestructive Testing of Deep Foundations. by Allen Davis and Bernard Hertlein.

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Bernard Hertlein, Allen Davis. Published: 14 September 2007. in Nondestructive Testing of Deep Foundations. Appendix III: Standards Referred to in this Book. Bernard Hertlein, Allen Davis. Nondestructive Testing of Deep Foundations pp 223-234; doi:10. The publisher has not yet granted permission to display this abstract. Nondestructive Testing of Deep Foundations pp 239-241; doi:10.

Nondestructive Testing involves the use of methods such as wavepropagation, electromagnetism, electrical conductivity, and thermalconductivity to test structural integrity and thereby allownondestructive assessment of structures and the possibility ofstructural failures before they occur. 

Nondestructive Testing of Deep Foundations coversdifferent techniques designed to provide information about theintegrity and quality of the material that makes up a deepfoundation.

Nondestructive Testing methods are used at all stages of astructure's life - from new construction quality control toresidual lifetime prediction, and even during the monitoring ofdemolition. In addition, Nondestructive Testing is beingincreasingly specified in deep foundation projects, though oftenwithout a good understanding of its limitations and with the resultthat methods are often misused. In order to be able to specify anappropriate method, or to recognize an inappropriate specification,it is necessary for the engineer, specifier and/or contractor tounderstand the capabilities and limitations of each of the methodscurrently in use.

Nondestructive Testing of DeepFoundations:

Describes the most commonly used deep foundation constructiontechniques, including typical use of materialProvides a brief history of the development of commerciallyavailable nondestructive methodsSummarises each method's capabilities and limitations