2005

Sensing Issues in Civil Structural Health Monitoring

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3660-6 (Print) 978-1-4020-3661-3 (Online)

Table of contents (51 chapters)

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  1. Global Perspectives on Structural Health Monitoring of Civil Structures

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      Are Civil Structural Engineers “Risk Averse”? Can Civionics Help?

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      Pages 13-22

      Monitoring Technologies for Maintenance and Management of Urban Highways in Japan

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      Pages 23-32

      The Role of Sensing and Measurement in Achieving FHWA’S Strategic Vision for Highway Infrastructure

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      Pages 33-42

      Recent Development of Bridge Health Monitoring System in Korea

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      Pages 43-53

      A Strategy to Implement Structural Health Monitoring on Bridges

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      Pages 55-64

      Sensors — not Just for Research Anymore

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      Pages 65-72

      Investigation of the Dynamic Properties of the Brooklyn Bridge

  2. Monitoring Issues in Ancient and Modern Structures

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      Pages 75-84

      Distributed Sensing Technologies for Monitoring FRP-Strengthened Structures

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      Pages 85-94

      Monitoring and Response of CFRP Prestressed Concrete Bridge

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      Pages 95-105

      Monitoring and Response of CFRP Prestressed Concrete Bridge

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      Pages 107-116

      Design of Temporary and Permanent Arrays to Assess Dynamics Parameters in Historical and Monumental Buildings

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      Pages 117-126

      FRP-strengthened Structures: Monitoring Issues from Québec Applications

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      Pages 127-133

      Structural and Material Health Monitoring of Historical Objects

  3. Sensing of Structural Parameters and Extreme Events

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      Pages 135-144

      Internal and External Sensing for Post-Earthquake Evaluation of Bridges

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      Pages 145-154

      Application of EM Stress Sensors in Large Steel Cables

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      Pages 155-164

      Enhancing Durability of Structures by Monitoring Strain and Cracking Behavior

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      Pages 165-174

      Development of an Earthquake Damage Detection System for Bridge Structures

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      Pages 175-183

      Determination of Rebar Forces Based on the Exterior Crack Opening Displacement Measurement of Reinforced Concrete

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      Pages 185-195

      Monitoring System Based on Optical Fiber Sensing Technology for Tunnel Structures and Other Infrastructure

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      Pages 197-207

      Development of FBG Sensors for Structural Health Monitoring in Civil Infrastructures

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