Ground Penetrating Radar GPR – Concrete Scanning Explained

Ground Penetrating GPR is a non-destructive analysis method that uses radio waves to analyze the subsurface. It is used to investigate utilities such as asphalt, concrete, pipes, metals, and cables. Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is important in the field of concrete construction, traffic control, utility placement, and underground utility repair. It is also essential for … Read more

To Determine Liquid Limit Of Soil Using Casagrande\’s Apparatus

Have you ever visited a beach? Played with sand castles? If yes than you are lucky enough to physically use one of a very vital and important characteristic of soil which is termed as plasticity. Soil when added or applied with water go through many stages and phases. When water or moisture is absent soil … Read more