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time domain reflectometry

TDR,time domain reflectometry

time domain reflectometry - TDR
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    • Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) is a widespread technique for measurement of soil water content (SWC). The main assumption behind the use of Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) is of negligible losses, therefore assuming that only the real part determines the value of the TDRmeasured apparent dielectric permittivity...

    Marco Bittelliet al. Correction of TDR-based soil water content measurements in conductive ...

    • Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) is a versatile technology amenable to a variety of measurements and nondestructive monitoring of infrastructure conditions. It can be utilized to monitor deformation of soil/rock and structures, monitor changes in fluid levels, and monitor water content of soils. Furthermore, this monitoring can be automated using systems controlled by a datalogger that acquires and stores data that can then be retrieved via phone line or telemetry...

    Kevin M. O'Connoret al. REAL TIME MONITORING OF INFRASTRUCTURE USING TDR TECHNOLOGY: CASE HIST...

    • Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) is an established technology for measuring the volumetric water content. It has been recently extended to measure the gravimetric water content and dry density for geotechnical applications for earthwork compaction control. Commonly used information from a TDR signal is the dielectric constant and electrical conductivity of the bulk soil specimen...

    Xinbao Yuet al. Time Domain Reflectometry Tests of Multilayered Soil

    • Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) is a well-established technique for the development of microwave sensors devoted to the dielectric characterization of materials...

    M. Valloneet al. TDR Moisture Measurements in Sand-Like Materials: a Comparison between...

    • Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) is a recognized and widely used technique for measuring electrical conductivity (EC) and volumetric water content (0) in porous media. The ability of TDR to measure both EC and 0 is especially appealing in solute transport in variably saturated media...

    Henrik H. Nissenet al. TIME DOMAIN REFLECTOMETRY DEVELOPMENTS IN SOIL SCIENCE: II. COAXIAL FL...

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