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Tunnel deformation measurements with high resolution laser scanning

Timothy Nuttens UGent, Alain De Wulf UGent, Lander Bral UGent, Bart De Wit UGent, Leen Carlier, Marijke De Ryck UGent and Hans De Backer UGent (2009) Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information.. p.167-181
abstract
Terrestrial high resolution laser scanning is a still growing technique for geodetic deformation measurements of civil technical constructions, i.c. newly built tunnels. By delivering millions of very accurate 3D points, laser scanning is an alternative for classical topographical measurements with a total station or digital photogrammetry for measurements in difficult field conditions. In the following paper, the error values during processing of a measured tunnel section and the final determination of the deformations of this tunnel section based on 3D laser scan point clouds will be further detailed. The results that are presented in this paper are results of measurements obtained with a terrestrial high resolution Time-of-Flight laser scanner Leica ScanStation 2. The subject of this research is the still ongoing construction of two railway tunnels in Zaventem (Belgium) as a northern access road for the national airport (Brussel Airport) (Diabolo-project, NV Infrabel). The twelve specified tunnel sections that have to be closely monitored, have to be scanned immediately after placement of the tunnel section, once a week during the first month after placement and once a month from then on until stabilization of the construction. The concrete surface of the walls is scanned with an average lateral resolu-tion of 5 mm. During the research until now, a workflow to determine the deformations of the tunnel sections is developed for processing the data with one laser scan software package (Trimble Realworks), followed by further analysis with a CAD software. The differences that are determined between the different points in time show a stabilization of the construction after the second control measurement. The comparison of the second control measurement with the previous control measurement shows a systematic and random error of less than 1 mm. Further improvement and extension of the workflow is planned in the near future, together with research on the correlation between the measured tunnel deformations and simultaneous measured tension measurements.
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keyword
Tunnel, Deformation Measurements, Laser Scanning
in
Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information.
editor
Philippe De Maeyer UGent, Tijs Neutens UGent and Marijke De Ryck UGent
pages
167 - 181
publisher
DCL Print&Sign
place of publication
Zelzate, Belgium
conference name
4th International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information (3DGeoInfo - 2009)
conference location
Ghent, Belgium
conference start
2009-11-04
conference end
2009-11-05
ISBN
9789090248202
language
English
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yes
classification
C1
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778608
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-778608
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2009-11-07 13:23:51
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  abstract     = {Terrestrial high resolution laser scanning is a still growing technique for geodetic deformation measurements of civil technical constructions, i.c. newly built tunnels. By delivering millions of very accurate 3D points, laser scanning is an alternative for classical topographical measurements with a total station or digital photogrammetry for measurements in difficult field conditions. In the following    paper, the error values during processing of a measured tunnel section and the final determination of the deformations of this tunnel section based on 3D laser scan point clouds will be further detailed. The results that are presented in this paper are results of measurements obtained with a terrestrial high  resolution Time-of-Flight laser scanner Leica ScanStation 2. The subject of this research is the still ongoing construction of two railway tunnels in Zaventem (Belgium) as a northern access road for the national airport (Brussel Airport) (Diabolo-project, NV Infrabel). The twelve specified tunnel sections that have to be closely monitored, have to be scanned immediately after placement of the tunnel section, once a week during the first month after placement and once a month from then on until stabilization of the construction. The concrete surface of the walls is scanned with an average lateral resolu-tion of 5 mm. During the research until now, a workflow to determine the deformations of the tunnel sections is developed for processing the data with one laser scan software package (Trimble Realworks), followed by further analysis with a CAD software. The differences that are determined between the different points in time show a stabilization of the construction after the second control measurement. The comparison of the second control measurement with the previous control measurement shows a systematic and random error of less than 1 mm. Further improvement and extension of the workflow is planned in the near future, together with research on the correlation between the measured tunnel deformations and simultaneous measured tension measurements.},
  author       = {Nuttens, Timothy and De Wulf, Alain and Bral, Lander and De Wit, Bart and Carlier, Leen and De Ryck, Marijke and De Backer, Hans},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information.},
  editor       = {De Maeyer, Philippe and Neutens, Tijs and De Ryck, Marijke},
  isbn         = {9789090248202},
  keyword      = {Tunnel,Deformation Measurements,Laser Scanning},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent, Belgium},
  pages        = {167--181},
  publisher    = {DCL Print\&Sign},
  title        = {Tunnel deformation measurements with high resolution laser scanning},
  year         = {2009},
}

Chicago
Nuttens, Timothy, Alain De Wulf, Lander Bral, Bart De Wit, Leen Carlier, Marijke De Ryck, and Hans De Backer. 2009. “Tunnel Deformation Measurements with High Resolution Laser Scanning.” In Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information., ed. Philippe De Maeyer, Tijs Neutens, and Marijke De Ryck, 167–181. Zelzate, Belgium: DCL Print&Sign.
APA
Nuttens, T., De Wulf, A., Bral, L., De Wit, B., Carlier, L., De Ryck, M., & De Backer, H. (2009). Tunnel deformation measurements with high resolution laser scanning. In Philippe De Maeyer, T. Neutens, & M. De Ryck (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information. (pp. 167–181). Presented at the 4th International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information (3DGeoInfo - 2009), Zelzate, Belgium: DCL Print&Sign.
Vancouver
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Nuttens T, De Wulf A, Bral L, De Wit B, Carlier L, De Ryck M, et al. Tunnel deformation measurements with high resolution laser scanning. In: De Maeyer P, Neutens T, De Ryck M, editors. Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information. Zelzate, Belgium: DCL Print&Sign; 2009. p. 167–81.
MLA
Nuttens, Timothy, Alain De Wulf, Lander Bral, et al. “Tunnel Deformation Measurements with High Resolution Laser Scanning.” Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on 3D Geo-Information. Ed. Philippe De Maeyer, Tijs Neutens, & Marijke De Ryck. Zelzate, Belgium: DCL Print&Sign, 2009. 167–181. Print.