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Application of Ground Penetrating Radar in civil engineering (GPR)

Contact person: Dragan Poljak
phone: +385 91 4 305 698
mail: dragan.poljak@fesb.hr

Programme structure

MAIN TOPICS

Introduction to fundamentals of GPR operation

MAIN TOPICS

Problem analysis and selection of an appropriate antenna

MAIN TOPICS

Independent survey of the structural element using GPR

MAIN TOPICS

Detection of the location of underground installations

MAIN TOPICS

Locating damage on the carriageway and the pavement structure

MAIN TOPICS

Analysis and interpretation of GPR surveys

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

 

5-day course

Data will be provided for practice and for final presentation

Every student gets lecture notes

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The participants will be introduced to the fundamentals of GPR operation. Through illustrative examples of GPR use, the participants will be introduced with the properties of various antenna types using different frequency range. 

Through practical activities, the participants will learn not only how to use the radar, but also analyse and interpret its surveys.

Important dates

COURSE DATES

31/08/2020 –04/09/2020

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION

01/07/2020

PAYMENT DUE BY

30/07/2020

CONFIRMATION OF THE COURSE

15/07/2020

PROGRAM PLAN
Day 1

- Introduction into GPR technology (2h) - GPR applications (2h)

PROGRAM PLAN
Day 2

Presentation of GPR systems and various antenna types (2h) - Fundamentals of GPR operation (2h)

PROGRAM PLAN
Day 3

- Practical activities (2GHz antenna) (2h) - Introduction into other non-destructive methods (NDT) (2h)

PROGRAM PLAN
Day 4

Practical activities (200/600 MHz (2h) - Analysis of GPR data (2h)

PROGRAM PLAN
Day 5

Students’ final projects (3h) - Final presentations (1h)

PROGRAM PLAN
Day 3

- Practical activities (2GHz antenna) (2h) - Introduction into other non-destructive methods (NDT) (2h)

 

 


Programme lecturers:
Prof. Dragan Poljak Full professor at the University of Split, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
Assist. prof. Damir Varevac Faculty of Civil Engineering in Osijek