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  • Fibre for a healthy life
  • Welcome to HydroResearch
  • XSeepT
  • Distributed Sensing...
  • Resistivity
  • Renewable Energy

Fibre for a healthy life

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Welcome to HydroResearch

Providing advanced system for evaluating embankment dams. To put it short - we care about temperature.

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XSeepT

HydroResearch introducing XSeepT™. A brand new system for seepage monitoring in dams based on temperature measurements using optical fibres.

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Distributed Sensing...

with Fibre Optical Sensors using various market-leading DTS Systems.

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Resistivity

Resistivity measurements is another area of expertise where we are developing new geophysical methods to evaluate leakage in embankment dams.

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Renewable Energy

We care about the environment and want to support and develop secure thinking around embankment dams so that water power can continue to provide societies with electricity.

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Primary Contact

To send feedback, suggestions or if you have other questions please contact us:

 

E-mail: info [a] hydroresearch . se

Phone/Fax: + 46 8 756 4950

 

One of our reference cases

Bergeforsen Embankment Dam

The Bergeforsen power plant in the river Indalsälven was built in the early 1950’s. However, no seepage measurements have been possible because of a high downstream water level. A complementary installation was made in 2005, where 17 new standpipes were drilled from the downstream berm down to the bedrock in order to measure the temperature in the seepage water. Optical fibres were installed in the new standpipes, in five old standpipes, and also in the upstream water. A Sensornet DTS unit was installed in September 2005, when continuous measurements also started.

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