Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

ODOT Laboratory Management System for Soil, Rock and Water - August 2010

1,463 views

Published on

EarthSoft VP, Scot Weaver's, ODOT presentation at the 10th Annual Technical Forum (http://www.marshall.edu/cegas/geohazards/)

Published in: Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

ODOT Laboratory Management System for Soil, Rock and Water - August 2010

  1. 1. LABORATORY DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR SOIIL, ROCK AND WATER<br /> Robert Y. Liang, Ph.D., P.E., University of Akron<br /> Frank Feng, President, Acetek Ltd.<br /> Kirk Beach, Geology Program Manager, <br /> ODOT Office of Geotechnical Engineering<br /> Sean Mulligan, P.E., Geotech Lab Supervisor,<br /> ODOT Office of Geotechnical Engineering<br />
  2. 2. Outline<br /> OGE Initiative (Overview)<br /> Current ODOT Geot. Lab Test Capability<br /> Geo-LIMS Features<br /> Anticipated Benefits from Geo-LIMS<br />
  3. 3. OGE Initiatives on Enhanced Data Generation and Data Sharing Experiences<br />Geotechnical Data<br />Document Management<br />EQUIS: Central <br />Data Server<br />GIS platform<br />Internet<br />Geotechnical Lab Data<br /> (Geo LIMS)<br />Field Drilling Data<br />Borehole Log<br />ODNR Data<br />Other Applications<br />Structures<br />Pavements<br />Geology Data<br />(US Geological Survey)<br /> Drilling Request Service (DRS), SPM (Sample Planning Module)<br />EDGE (Field Data Collection)<br />
  4. 4. Geological Hazard Management System (GHMS)<br /><ul><li> Landslide
  5. 5. Rockfall
  6. 6. Underground Voids
  7. 7. Shoreline Erosion
  8. 8. Karst</li></ul>EQUIS: Central <br />Data Server<br />GIS platform<br />Internet<br />Project Tracking<br />Decision Making<br />Remediation Cost<br />Benefit/Cost<br />Inventory<br />Monitoring <br />Data<br />Hazard <br />Rating<br />Tablet PC<br />Bluetooth Devices<br />
  9. 9. Simplified High-Level View<br />Geot. Data<br />Geology Data<br />Other Data<br />Planning Data <br />Socio-Econ Data<br />EQUIS Database<br /> Server<br />GHMS<br />Other Applications<br /><ul><li> Structures office
  10. 10. Pavement office
  11. 11. Consultants
  12. 12. Public</li></li></ul><li>ODOT Geotechnical Laboratory-Current Operations<br />Types of Test Samples :<br />Rocks– Coring from Drilling<br /> - Samples from Geological Hazard Sites<br />Water– Outsourced to ODNR<br />Undisturbed<br />Disturbed<br />Drilling<br />Construction Site - Disturbed<br />Soils<br />
  13. 13. ODOT Geotechnical Laboratory-Current Capability and Future Additions (Soil Tests)<br />Current <br /><ul><li>Compaction test
  14. 14. Direct shear test
  15. 15. Incremental Odometer (consolidation) tests
  16. 16. Unconfined compression test
  17. 17. Triaxial test (CU with pore pressure measurement, CD)</li></ul>Visual classification<br />Moisture content<br />Sieve test … hydrometer test<br />Atterberg limits test<br />Specific gravity<br />LOI<br />Future<br /><ul><li>Constant strain consolidation test
  18. 18. Permeability test</li></li></ul><li>ODOT Geotechnical Laboratory-Current Capability and Future Additions (Rock Tests)<br />Current<br />Future<br /><ul><li>Direct shear test
  19. 19. Resistance angle test
  20. 20. Franklin shale test
  21. 21. Porosity test
  22. 22. Schmidt Hamer
  23. 23. Moisture
  24. 24. Unconfined compression
  25. 25. Slake durability
  26. 26. Point load test
  27. 27. Unit weight
  28. 28. Ultrasonic velocity
  29. 29. Permeability</li></li></ul><li>ODOT Geotechnical Laboratory-Current Capability (Water Sample Tests)<br />Outsourced to ODNR<br />Current<br /><ul><li>Total Suspended Solids
  30. 30. Hardness-Calcium, Magnesium
  31. 31. Iron (total)
  32. 32. Magnesium (total)
  33. 33. Sodium (total)
  34. 34. Potasium (total)
  35. 35. Barium
  36. 36. Strontium
  37. 37. PH
  38. 38. Conductivity
  39. 39. Alkalinity total
  40. 40. Sulfate
  41. 41. Total Dissolved Solids</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Electronic data verification
  42. 42. Relational database
  43. 43. GIS Platform </li></ul>ODNR <br />Water Sample <br />Test Data<br />DIGGS compliant<br />DRS<br />To be phased<br />out<br />EQUIS<br /> Central Data<br />Server<br />Internet<br />SPM<br /><ul><li> Planning</li></ul> Module<br /><ul><li> Soil, rock</li></ul> and water<br />Geo-LIMS<br />Server<br />Internet<br />EDGE<br /><ul><li> Project
  44. 44. Borehole
  45. 45. Sample ID
  46. 46. Picture</li></ul>GINT<br />Document<br /> Management<br />
  47. 47. <ul><li>Sample/Specimen ID
  48. 48. Test Manual</li></ul>(AASHTO & ASTM<br /> Standards)<br /><ul><li> Status Tracking
  49. 49. Calculation/Plotting
  50. 50. Data Validation</li></ul>EDGE<br />Touch Screen<br /> Computer<br />Sample ID (Barcode Label) <br />Sample<br />Auto Read<br />Record <br />Scale<br />Lab Touch-Screen Control Station<br />
  51. 51. Simplified Operational Flow Chart<br /><ul><li> Key Linking Fields
  52. 52. GPS Coordinates
  53. 53. DIGGS Compliant</li></ul>GINT graphic utility<br /> for Borehole plots<br /><ul><li> Unified, Secured Log-on
  54. 54. GIS Platform Database Server</li></ul>EQuIS<br /><ul><li> Data Validation</li></ul>ODNR<br />Document <br />Management<br />WQX standard<br /><ul><li> Water sample </li></ul> test data<br /><ul><li> Equipment
  55. 55. Calibration
  56. 56. Sample source
  57. 57. Compliance </li></ul> record<br />SPM<br />EDGE<br />LIMS<br />
  58. 58. LIMS<br />SPM<br />EDGE<br />Geo-LIMS Server<br />Database Server<br />Administrative Functions<br /><ul><li> Project ID
  59. 59. Drilling/Sampling</li></ul> Requests<br /><ul><li> Scheduling
  60. 60. Tracking
  61. 61. Tablet PC application
  62. 62. Electronic borehole </li></ul> log info<br /><ul><li>Pictures/Sketches
  63. 63. Sample ID (Bar Code)
  64. 64. Tracking</li></ul>Touch screen<br /> controller<br />Touch screen<br />controller<br />Touch screen<br /> controller<br /><ul><li> Project ID
  65. 65. Sample/Specimen ID
  66. 66. Test manual for automatic recording
  67. 67. Status tracking
  68. 68. Calibration
  69. 69. Compliance
  70. 70. Calculations/Data Validations
  71. 71. Report/plot</li></li></ul><li>Anticipated Benefits<br />Management<br />Business<br /><ul><li>Efficient tracking
  72. 72. Effective administrative management - work flow, task assignments
  73. 73. Easy communications with various constituents (clients and in-house users)
  74. 74. Eliminate data transcribing and transfer error
  75. 75. Eliminate duplication effects
  76. 76. Enhanced data generation/sharing experience through GIS based database and Internet connections
  77. 77. Preserve data
  78. 78. Intelligent database for future data mining and applications
  79. 79. Fusion of historical, Current , and future data</li></li></ul><li>Anticipated Benefits<br />Test Capabilities<br /><ul><li>Enhanced communication between drilling crew and lab technicians
  80. 80. Electric data validation
  81. 81. Avoid data fragmentation
  82. 82. Upgraded test equipment
  83. 83. Embedded data calculations
  84. 84. Test automation for both testing undisturbed and disturbed soil/Rock samples
  85. 85. Improved lab technician work efficiency
  86. 86. No hard-written data recording.
  87. 87. Data plotting</li></li></ul><li>The End<br />

×