Airborne GPR survey - gas pipes

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ADobrovolskiy
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Airborne GPR survey - gas pipes

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Hi, new portion of GPR data to share.

We did experiment to find optimal altitude for GPR survey of gas pipes with aim to trace actual coordinates.

We completed series of flights on different altitude over surface - 2, 4, 5, 7 meters with RadSys Zond-12e 500A GPR.

Conditions are wet sandy soil after week of rains. There are 2 parallel steel pipes 720mm diameter. Depth varies but should be around 1.5m.
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2m, reflections from both pipes are excellent:
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4m, very good:
2019-07-24-09-46-47-gpr_0005.jpg
5m:
2019-07-24-09-54-56-gpr_0003.jpg
7m - still not bad:
2019-07-24-10-24-09-gpr_0003.jpg
Full data can be downloaded here - https://files.ugcs.com/s/ntHRkWLjq3ftJyC
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It looks like that there are multiply pipes?

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Hello,
there are 2 parallel 720mm pipes.

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Video about this experiment - https://youtu.be/vI_gzUyMpPw

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