Georadar investigations (GPR) in order to identify elements of the sewerage system within the military airport at Deveselu, Romania. The works consisted in the detection and marking of the items of research directly on the location. In this respect it was necessary to calibrate the equipment in order to answer these requirements as well as possible. The results confirmed the existence of underground sewerage network elements.
Geoelectrical investigations through Vertical Electrical Sounding (VES) method and electrical tomography (multielectrod) to identify the local geological conditions that led to landslides near the village Aciliu, Sibiu County. At the same time with the geophysical studies, geotechnical investigations with dynamic penetration were carried out. The results of these studies were very accurate and longitudinal and cross sections that separate the slip plane have resulted.
Georadar investigation (GPR) and natural magnetic field were carried out to identify buried utility networks. The land under investigation is a former industrial platform with good chance that the utilities are active or abandoned. The land area consisted of boulders and debris making georadar measurements difficult in optimal conditions. In these circumstances further investigations were made through the natural magnetic field method.
Georadar investigations (GPR) at Baneasa airport to identify current conditions of the runway and of the aircraft parking platform. In this project a georadar antenna with 900 MHz frequency was used, which highlighted the layers, discontinuities, fissures and utilities in very good conditions. Because of airport conditions, the works were conducted at night, when air traffic was interrupted. The positioning of profiles on existing plans was realized with GPS technology with ROMPOS network link.
Geophysical investigations through geoelectrical methods in direct current (DC) – Vertical Electrical Soundings (VES) and multielectrod (electrical tomography) to identify local geological and hydrogeological conditions in river crossing of river Gauja, Latvia. The interpretation of the geoelectrical sections corroborated with the geological information resulted from the drillings have allowed the development of geological sections that support the design of horizontal directional drilling safely
Purchase and installation of wind masts which will provide bankable data for future eolian projects in the perimeter Nistoresti-Siriu-Pantelimon – Constanta County. For this project, the Brantax team ensures masts maintenance and collection of meteorological data throughout the functioning period of the wind masts.
Georadar investigations in localities Alexandria and Giurgiu to identify network utilities buried under the pavement – road and sidewalk. A series of longitudinal and transversal profiles has been conducted so that the area will be completely scanned. For the exact positioning of the profiles on the plan, GPS technology with connection to ROMPOS network was used.
Georadar investigations (GPR) and multielectrod (electrical tomography) in order to establish local geological conditions and to prevent the interception of possible archaeological remains in Minden-Lübbecke District, Germany. Because georadar investigations have nondestructive and noninvasive nature, they are often preferred in the archaeological researches and they can make important contributions in the accurate knowledge of local conditions. Depending on aspects of the archaeological site other methods can be successfully used such as: vertical magnetic gradient, 2D and 3D electrical tomography, maps of apparent resistivity variation.