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Alena Zhelezova Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Ground Investigation

Construction projects often go overtime and overbudget due to unforeseen ground conditions on site. CPTu test is frequently used for soil properties assessment; however, the results could be biased due to poor saturation of the part of the equipment used. We develop a unique solution, a patented B-test tool for the saturation measurement that could prevent obtaining wrong CPTu data, thus saving time and resources of construction project owners.

Alena Zhelezova

Alena has 9 years’ experience in soil science. She is an established soil microbiologist, and now she is digging deeper into ground conditions’ investigation for geotechnical engineering.

This project is supported by Spin-outs Denmark, a unique program that invests in researchers who create more impact by starting research-based companies.