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Acta Geophysica

, Volume 66, Issue 6, pp 1397–1411 | Cite as

Integrated geophysical survey on the ancient Deák Ferenc Sluice of Hungary

  • Ali Ismet KanliEmail author
  • Zsolt Pronay
  • Peter Tildy
  • Endre Toros
  • Boriszlav Neducza
  • Peter Nagy
Research Article - Applied Geophysics
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Abstract

The west channel of the ancient Deák Ferenc which was constructed in 1875 in Hungary was used for controlling the water amount and the east channel was used for the shipping. In the study, four geophysical nondestructive methods were used to this old channel which needs the restoration and reinforcement works. The high-frequency seismic and acoustic measurements were carried out, the resistivity measurements were carried out to map the resistivity distribution of the slab, the seismic direct wave method was used to map the seismic velocities for understanding the stability conditions of the walls and the ground penetrating radar measurements were carried out on the slab and on the walls. The results of integrated study showed us that voids, faults and cracks were detected and the inhomogeneous construction materials were used in the slab. The obtained results emerged that the usage of nondestructive geophysical methods is essential in all stages of restoration and reinforcement works, especially for the ancient structures.

Keywords

Ultrahigh frequency Acoustic Seismic Geoelectric GPR Ancient structures 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The authors thank the anonymous reviewers and the associate editor Dr. Ilias Fikos for their constructive remarks in the preparation of the final form of the paper. The author “Ali Ismet Kanli” was supported by The Division of Scientific Research Projects of Istanbul University, Project Number: BEK-2017-27284.

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© Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences & Polish Academy of Sciences 2018

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Geophysical Engineering, Faculty of EngineeringIstanbul University-CerrahpasaIstanbulTurkey
  2. 2.Geological and Geophysical Institute of HungaryBudapestHungary
  3. 3.MinGeo Ltd.BudapestHungary

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