Deformation Monitoring

Deformation monitoring points

Deformation Monitoring software from NRG allows analysis of groups of points relative to movement over time. Tight supervisor controls are in place so out of tolerance points cannot be ignored and are immediately highlighted.

When using our Deformation Monitoring software, base point and subsequent monitored data can also be entered manually or imported from existing files.

When monitoring data is imported the points are matched by name or by radial distance to the base points and the data is given a time stamp.

Selecting how monitoring data is displayed both visually and in tabular form.
Selecting how monitoring data is displayed both visually and in tabular form.
Selecting information to be displayed in the data grid.
Selecting information to be displayed in the data grid.
Viewing a graph of movement against time for monitoring points.
Viewing a graph of movement against time for monitoring points.

NRG Deformation Monitoring Software

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Loading/merging monitoring data into the monitoring module.
Loading/merging monitoring data into the monitoring module.

Visual and Tabular Display

Monitoring data can also be grouped together for easy access to the information e.g. north side, east side etc.

Data is displayed in both visual and tabular format. Visually that data can be viewed in plan, elevation, vector/time graphs, vertical/time graphs, horizontal/time graphs, epoch and by isopachs.

Multi Reporting Options

Movement relative to works in progress such as tunnelling can be viewed in the deformation modelling software. Current excavation steps can be viewed so that the direct effects of the works can be reviewed.

A variety of report options are available to suit most people’s needs.

Isopachyte plan showing the degree of vertical movement. The more intense the shading is the greater the movement is.
Isopachyte plan showing the degree of vertical movement. The more intense the shading is the greater the movement is.