Motion Control with Inclinometer

Inclinometers have steadily gained widespread use for measuring deformations in landslides, natural slope creep, temporary excavations, earth and rock embankments, slurry walls, shafts, tunnels, lateral pile movements, and settlements beneath tanks, fills, and foundations. Inclinometer data can be used to determine displacement magnitude and rate and the location of the zone of displacement, as well as the absolute position of the inclinometer casing in the ground.