Crosshole


Crosshole

Crosshole

Término norteamericano utilizado en geofísica para nombrar los ensayos realizados entre dos perforaciones.

El ensayo crosshole sísmico se refiere a la determinación, entre dos sondeos, de las velocidades de las ondas 'P' y 'S' en suelos.

El ensayo crosshole ultrasónico se refiere a los ensayos de integridad entre pares de tubos. Se conoce en España como sondeo sónico, ensayo sónico o más correctamente transparencia sónica en cimentaciones profundas y elementos de contención.

Enlaces externos

Ensayos no destructivos

Normas americanas

ASTM (2002) D 6760-02.

Standard Test Method for Integrity Testing of Concrete Deep Foundations by Ultrasonic Crosshole Testing.


ASTM (2007) D 4428/D4428M-07.

Standard Test Methods for Crosshole Seismic Testing.

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