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Etude des méthodes éprouvées et innovantes pour la surveillance des digues

Abstract : Nowadays flood protection dikes surveillance is mostly ensured by visual inspection. There is only few instrumental monitoring whereas it could be used as a relevant approach, complementary to visual inspection. In particular instrumental monitoring can offer continuous and/or wide range surveillance, which is especially useful when dealing with dikes. Instrumental monitoring methods can also help optimizing visual surveillance during flood, when human resources can be scarcer than usual. An overview of the tried and tested surveillance techniques as well as the innovative ones has been made. The objective was to summarize the pros and cons of each technique toward the main dikes failure mechanisms. The techniques have been chosen regarding their range, efficiency and capacity of producing a relevant and precise diagnosis. The development level has also been evaluated through the feedbacks that could be identified. A specific focus is also given on the time and resources needed for data processing and interpretation.
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Charles-Edouard Nadim, Paul Royet, Patrice Meriaux, Christophe Duval. Etude des méthodes éprouvées et innovantes pour la surveillance des digues. 2. Colloque national "Digues maritimes et fluviales de protection contre les submersions", Jun 2013, Aix en Provence, France. pp.520-527. ⟨ineris-00976245v2⟩

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