Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2016

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[H-TT23] Environmental Remote Sensing

Mon. May 23, 2016 5:15 PM - 6:30 PM Poster Hall (International Exhibition Hall HALL6)

Convener:*Teppei Ishiuchi(National Institute of Technology, Akashi College), Hiroto Shimazaki(National Institute of Technology, Kisarazu College), Akihiko Kondoh(Center for Environmental Remote Sensing, Chiba University), Yuji Sakuno(Institute of Engineering, Hiroshima University), Hitoshi Hasegawa(Dep.Geography Kokushikan Univ.), Yuji Kuwahara(Center for Water Environment Studies, Ibaraki University)

5:15 PM - 6:30 PM

[HTT23-P06] Using Down-hole Electrical Resistivity Tomography for Detecting the Growing of Jet Grouting

*CHIHPING KUO1, HSINCHANG LIU2, NAIJUI YANG1,3, YIXUAN LIN1, HONGYI WANG1, CHINWEI WU1 (1.Department and Institute of Civil Engineering and Environmental Informatics, Minghsin University of Science and Technology, 2.Disaster Prevention and Water Environment Research Center, National Chiao Tung University, 3.Department of Civil and Water/soil conservation Engineering, Sinotech Engineering Services Co., Ltd.)

Keywords:JSG, Soft soils, Electrical resistivity tomography, subsurface geophysical method

Jumbo-jet Special Grouting, called JSG, is one method of ground improvement. For sites with soft soils, the JSG method is mostly effective and quick to provide soils reinforcement. It forms as a column, so that it can be serve as a pile. Arranged JSG piles also can be taken as a diaphragm wall. Traditional quality inspecting method for those underground construction often adopt taking cores in the edges of improved material and compress it. According to actual experience, the drilled core sometimes takes uncomplete samples or non-representative. It’s also difficult to determine the outer edge of the grouted column by core-drilling. Therefore a subsurface geophysical method should be adopted herein. Electrical resistivity tomography method is widely used for detecting the interlayers, groundwater levels, or cavities in underground layers. Requiring long-length span for deeper detecting is an in-situ issue for earning straight and horizontal space to operate. Down-hole electrical resistivity tomography method is first proposed in this study in Taiwan. The result shows that this vertical arrangement can acquire more clear images due to be close and parallel to the grouted pile more than previously mentioned horizontal one. The form and growing of the grouting taken from this method can provide more credible parameter for future usage.