Site Characterization of Vehicle Signature Study Sites, General Motors Proving Grounds, Milford, Michigan.
ARMY ENGINEER WATERWAYS EXPERIMENT STATION VICKSBURG MISS
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An environmental characterization of two test sites to be used by TACOM for vehicle signature studies was conducted at the General Motors Proving Grounds, Milford, Michigan, during July and August 1972. Each test site consisted of a roadway paved or unpaved and the adjacent in situ soil surface. Detailed seismic data on compression- and shear-wave velocities, depth of interfaces, shear and compression moduli, and Poissons ratio were determined, as were conventional environmental data consisting of topographic description and such soil parameters as wet density, moisture content, cone index, and soil particle size and type. Modified author abstract
- Soil Mechanics
- Seismic Detection and Detectors