NI-2 Hole Inclinometer
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The NI-2 hole inclinometer, which was developed at the Institute of Physics of the Earth (IPE), Russian Academy of Sciences and which provides for monitoring of the plane position of the shaft of a hole at different levels with an accuracy to 2-3 mm is described; this inclinometer makes it possible to solve a broad circle of problems associated with the monitoring of displacements of a geomass and the deformations of structures.
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