Remote Sensing to Estimate Saturation Differences of Chosen Building Materials Using Terrestrial Laser Scanner
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Koszalin University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering Environmental and Geodetic Sciences, Koszalin, Poland
University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn Faculty of Geodesy, Geospatial and Civil Engineering, Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn , Poland
Submission date: 2017-04-19
Acceptance date: 2017-05-26
Online publication date: 2017-08-01
Publication date: 2017-06-27
Reports on Geodesy and Geoinformatics 2017;103:94-105
Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS) method which is commonly used for geodetic applications has a great potential to be successfully harnessed for multiple civil engineering applications. One of the most promising uses of TLS in construction industry is remote sensing of saturation of building materials. A research programme was prepared in order to prove that harnessing TLS for such an application is viable. Results presented in the current paper are a part of a much larger research programme focused on harnessing TLS for remote sensing of saturation of building materials. The paper describes results of the tests conducted with an impulse scanner Leica C-10. Tests took place both indoors (in a stable lab conditions) and outdoors (in a real environment). There were scanned specimens of the most popular building materials in Europe. Tested specimens were dried and saturated (including capillary rising moisture). One of the tests was performed over a period of 95 hours. Basically, a concrete specimen was scanned during its setting and hardening. It was proven that absorption of a laser signal is influenced by setting and hardening of concrete. Outdoor tests were based on scanning real buildings with partially saturated facades. The saturation assessment was based on differences of values of intensity. The concept proved to be feasible and technically realistic.
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