Utilization of Point Clouds Characteristics in Interpretation and Evaluation Geophysical Resistivity Surveying of Unstable Running Block

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Marcel Brejcha, Petr Zbíral, Hana Stankova & Pavel Cernota (2016). Utilization of Point Clouds Characteristics in Interpretation and Evaluation Geophysical Resistivity Surveying of Unstable Running Block. Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering Vol.6, pp. 185-194, doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1577.2401

Authors: Marcel Brejcha, Petr Zbiral, Hana Stankova, Pavel Cernota

ABSTRACT. Close to human residences the places often abound where anthropogenic activity and external factors cause their changes. The changes can often influence their inhabitants’ life thanks to incipient dangerous places. The project of successful design of measures to ensure stability of unstable running blocks depends on chosen approaches and primary resource preparation. Utilization of modern technologies in their taking and processing is required nowadays. The paper describes the taking and processing of data for project of solution „Stabilization of unstable running block“ in a municipal settled part with efficient utilization of unusual method of processing of geophysical resistivity method.

Keywords: 3D model, point clouds, active rock collapse, point cloud, electrical resistivity tomography

DOI 10.13140/RG.2.1.1577.2401

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