수중 SPT 장치 개발 및 성능 분석

Title
수중 SPT 장치 개발 및 성능 분석
Alternative Title
Development of unmanned underwater SPT(Standard Penetration Test) equipment
Author(s)
김우태; 장인성; 고진환; 한상훈; 백원대
KIOST Author(s)
Jang, In Sung(장인성)Baek, Won Dae(백원대)
Publication Year
2012-10-18
Abstract
Various offshore structures such as long-span bridge, offshore wind farm, undersea tunnel and man-made island, etc are now being constructed all around the world. Geotechnical investigations for offshore sites are necessary to the economical and efficient design of the structures. Offshore geotechnical investigations for a site with sea depth lower than 20m are usually accomplished by using SEP-barge and onshore equipment. However, it is very difficult to utilize SEP-barge for a site with sea depth higher than 30m because of severe circumstances including deep sea, high wave and tidal current etc. In this study, seabed type unmanned automated site investigation equipment, which can operate in deep sea conditions (sea depth : 100m, maximum boring depth : 50m), was newly introduced. The underwater equipment is designed to include the underwater boring module, common platform module, remote control module as well as SPT (Standard Penetration Test) module, which is widely utilized at onshore sites. The penetration part in Standard Penetration Test (SPT) equipment has been developed in a closed type in order to adjust underwater environment in this study. This type causes energy dissipated due to the small gap between a closed case and a hammer. This paper deals with the conceptual design of the equipment and specific mechanism of automated SPT system. Also, the dissipation is estimated throumical and efficient design of the structures. Offshore geotechnical investigations for a site with sea depth lower than 20m are usually accomplished by using SEP-barge and onshore equipment. However, it is very difficult to utilize SEP-barge for a site with sea depth higher than 30m because of severe circumstances including deep sea, high wave and tidal current etc. In this study, seabed type unmanned automated site investigation equipment, which can operate in deep sea conditions (sea depth : 100m, maximum boring depth : 50m), was newly intr
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/27515
Bibliographic Citation
OCEANS 2012 MTS/IEEE, pp.1 - 6, 2012
Publisher
Marine
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
Marine
Related Researcher
Research Interests

field observation,coastal engineering,현장관측,해안공학

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