Thermal Conductivity (Resistivity) Testing – Seabed CPT

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Thermal Conductivity (Resistivity) Testing – Seabed CPT

Thermal Conductivity Testing is primarily used for route surveying and subsequent design of high-voltage electric power cables and for heated pipelines.

The measurement method is based on the Non-Steady-State Probe (NSSP) technique, which uses a thermal needle with a heating wire and a temperature sensor, to capture fast, on-site measurements of the thermal conductivity of soils.

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