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The CENARIS

About the Cenaris

The research, expertise and alert center dedicated to the ground and underground observation and monitoring

History and missions

The National Monitoring Center for Ground and Underground Risks (Cenaris) was created in 2006 by Ineris and is located at Mines Nancy, France. It is a research, expertise and alert center dedicated to the ground and underground observation and monitoring.

It aims to develop and to implement both tools and methods enabling to improve the understanding of physical processes linked to instabilities and disasters, and to enhance the expertise applied to risk management.

Structure

The Cenaris manages observation and monitoring systems in France and in Europe.

A team of engineers ensures a 7-days-a-week monitoring duty period. It is completed by a team in charge of the management of the networks and is principally based on the skills and resources of Ground and Underground Risks Division.


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Main intervention areas:

  • Mines, quarries and underground cavities,
  • Rockfalls, landslides and faults,
  • Structural engineering, dams and embankments,
  • Geological storage and rock reservoirs.

Monitoring solutions

e.cenaris cloud monitoring infrastructure

The e.cenaris infrastructure consists of acquisition, management, data analysis and data sharing tools used to develop high-level adapted solutions to each instrument observation and monitoring project.

It includes:
multi-parameter remote measurement systems that cover slow and fast measurements in a synchronized way such as geophysical (microseismic, acoustic, ultrasonic, vibration), geotechnical and hydrological, geodetic and meteorological measurements and gas data;
tools developed for the near real-time automatic management of multi-parameter databases related to remote control, processing, scientific analysis as well as alarm setting software;
a secured web-monitoring interface to easily access to data, metadata and associated results, with sharing conveniences between the project’s stakeholders.
Note that e.cenaris infrastructure can be used as a centralizing solution to collect and to manage data acquired from whatever already-existing remote monitoring system.

fonctionnement général

Solution overview

Overview of its main functionalities

You want to access to a Demo interactive webpage, please send an e-mail to:

cenaris@ineris.fr

Case studies
Deepmining

Inclusive strategies to better understand and control seismo-geotechnical hazards in deep underground operations.

francesca.de-santis@ineris.fr


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Case study of multi-parameter monitoring for better forecasting capabilities of geohazards in mines

jannes-l.kinscher@ineris.fr


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CHAMBON 0

Case study of a complete 3D stress field diagnosis in a large gravity dam

benoit.beaufils@ineris.fr


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 real time microseismic 0

Case study of real-time microseismic monitoring of solution mines prone to ground collapses

stella.coccia@ineris.fr


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Starfish

Case study of a thermo-mechanical field test simulating high frequency gas storage cycles in salt caverns

cyrille.balland@ineris.fr


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Underground Storage

Microseismic monitoring applied to underground natural gas storage

emmanuelle.klein@ineris.fr


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Projects
barrage_bimont

Deep underground exploitation: signature of a collaboration agreement with the Swedish company Boliden

francesca.de-santis@ineris.fr


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barrage_bimont

Stress measures on the Bimont dam: our experts mobilized

cyrille.balland@ineris.fr


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pekin

Our experts in mission in Beijing to evaluate a new large-scale observation and monitoring solution for sites subject to ground movement hazards

stella.coccia@ineris.fr


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Lac De Most

RFCS RAFF Project - Long-Range Laser Scan Campaign at Lake Most (Czech Republic)

vincent.renaud@ineris.fr


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ROSTOCK

Projet national ROSTOCK-H - Suivi du scénario de simulation de fuite d’hydrogène à Catenoy (Oise)

philippe.gombert@ineris.fr


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STAMS

Achèvement du projet STAMS (Long-term STability Assessment and Monitoring of flooded Shafts)

Marwan.ALHEIB@ineris.fr


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bonifacio

Improving knowledge about ground movement hazard, Bonifacio

christian.franck@ineris.fr


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Urcuit

Multiparameter monitoring of the former salt mine of Urcuit (France, 64)

amelie.lecomte@ineris.fr


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News
Sismicité induite et géothermie profonde :
Lancement d’une thèse sur la compréhension et la maîtrise des risques de sismicité induite
Ve 07 Fév 20

Date : Le 07 février 2020.

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Scientific seminar
Origin of seismicity related to a flooded abandoned coal mining district at Gardanne, Provence, France
Thu 12 dec 19

Date : December 12, 2019.
Place : Mines Nancy, Campus ARTEM, France.

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Rocky slope under-caved
Technical Day on Hazard Characterization and Assessment
Je 17 Oct 19

Date : October 17,2019
Venue : La Grotte de la roche aux fées - 2 Rue de Rochecorbon - 37100 Tours

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New uses of ground and underground environments
DEEPSURF Workshop on Sensors and Field Measurements
lun. 04 AVR.

Date : Le 04 Avril 2019
Lieu : Mines Nancy, Campus ARTEM, France.

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State of knowledge concerning hazards and risks related to anthropogenic seismicity
Back to a technical session in Paris
lun. 14 MARS 19

Date : Le 14 MARS 2019
Lieu : Paris, France.

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Rock mass mechanical behavior in deep mines: in situ monitoring and numerical modelling for improving seismic hazard assessment
PhD thesis defense of Ineris
Wed. 05 FEB 19

Date : February 05, 2019
Lieu : Mines Nancy, Campus ARTEM, France.

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Workshop OSR2G 2018
Technical challenges of in situ stress measurements
Wed-Thu 21-22 Nov 18

Date : 21-22 November 2018
Place : Mines Nancy, Campus ARTEM, France.
Online registration : https://osr2g.sciencesconf.org/

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Remote monitoring by means of LiDAR innovative technology
Acquisition of a latest-generation 3D laser scanner
Fr 6 Apr 18

Date : Le 6 Avril 2018.

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  • Case study of a complete 3D stress field diagnosis in a large gravity dam
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