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Efficiency evaluation of Ground-penetrating radar by the results of measurement of dielectric properties of soils

Title:
Efficiency evaluation of Ground-penetrating radar by the results of measurement of dielectric properties of soils
Author(s):
Zelimkhan Khakiev, Konstantin Kislitsa, Victor Yavna
Source:
Journal of Applied Physics
Vol./Issue/Date:
Volume: 112 , Issue: 12, December 2012
Year:
2012
Page(s):
124909 - 124909-4
Keywords:
Ground-penetrating radar, dielectric properties of soils
Abstract:
The work considers the depth evaluation of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) surveys using the attenuation factor of electromagnetic radiation in a medium. A method of determining the attenuation factor of low-conductive non-magnetic soils is developed based on the results of direct measurements of permittivity and conductivity of soils in the range of typical frequencies of GPR. The method relies on measuring the shift and width of the resonance line after a soil sample is being placed into a tunable cavity resonator. The advantage of this method is the preservation of soil structure during the measurement
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