Monitoring of Excavation Works Using Modern Measuring Technology

George POPESCU, Cosmin Alin POPESCU, Mihai HERBEI, Lucian DRAGOMIR, Adrian SMULEAC, Silviu DOROBANTU

Abstract


Modern technology plays a fundamental role in the engineering activities undertaken in day-to-day operations, in order to obtain the necessary material for construction or to obtain certain useful materials that are found near the surface. A special contribution of this branch of terrestrial measurements, of the topography, using modern technology, is materialized by specific studies carried out from a preliminary phase of design of the operation and up to the phase in which the perimeter is ecologized. The present article aims to test and evaluate the accuracy of the data for volumetric measurements of exploited material, using modern technology and specialized software based on topographic altitude, with which we will be able to realize the three-dimensional model of the operating perimeter. For this purpose, an exploitation has been chosen on the appropriate surface, materialized through a case study, with reference to the Doman Quarry, Caras Severin, in which we determined the volumes exploited during the activity period.

Keywords


engineering measurements; Leica GS08; volumetric calculation.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-hort:2019.0038


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