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[HTT19-08] 3D modeling of a damaged Sabo dam with a combination of a DSM and near-surface geophysical survey data
Keywords: Orthophoto, DSM, Sabo dam, GPR, Fracture Imaging
Because the dam surface was too steep and too high to place a number of GCPs by hand, only 3 points were set on the surface at reachable distances. Then we built a DSM projected on the inclined plane defined by these 3 points. Detailed GPR measurements successfully imaged fractures at the shallow depths up to 1 m, and high-resolution seismic survey detected dipping fractures extending into the deeper portion in the body up to 8m. In addition, photogrammetric analysis clearly mapped blocked deformation. Finally, we combined these planes to create a 3D model with aid of a 3D modeling tool named Voxler provided by Golden Software. In conclusion, joint interpretation of geophysical survey results with the photogrammetric analysis was quite helpful to interpret the dislocation process of the dam body. GPR and high-resolution seismic survey results also demonstrated their applicability for the delineation of internal fracture in large concrete structures.