Sensing Issues in Civil Structural Health Monitoring by Farhad AnsariSensing Issues in Civil Structural Health Monitoring by Farhad Ansari

Sensing Issues in Civil Structural Health Monitoring

EditorFarhad Ansari

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This book provides information about the application of Structural Health Monitoring technologies to civil engineering structures including buildings, bridges, tunnels, dams, and pavements. The book is unique as it covers application of a broad spectrum of sensors for monitoring of cracks, deformations, loads, and other types of structural anomalies. The range of sensors covered includes conventional as well as novel sensors such as resistance type strain gauges, PZT, magnetic, fiber optics and smart materials.The book describes post earthquake structural health monitoring of historic structures such as masonry towers, real time monitoring of modem cable stayed structures and various construction materials including steel, concrete, and fiber reinforced polymer composites (FRP). It covers distributed and multiplexing schemes for monitoring of large structures, data acquisition and processing as well as techniques for interpretation of data. A specific section is dedicated to issues concerning sensor and instrumentation reliability and durability during sensor placement in harsh construction environment, adverse exposure conditions, and long term performance.
Title:Sensing Issues in Civil Structural Health MonitoringFormat:PaperbackDimensions:547 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.04 inPublished:October 19, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048169216

ISBN - 13:9789048169214

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Table of Contents

Foreword; Preface; Chapter I: Global perspectives on structural health monitoring of civil structures. Are civil structural engineers "risk averse"? Can civionics help?, A.A. Mufti, B. Bakht, G. Tadros, A.T. Horosko, and G. Sparks; Monitoring technologies for maintenance and management of urban highways in Japan, Y. Adachi; The role of sensing and measurement in achieving FHWA's strategic vision for highway infrastructure, S.B.Chase; Recent development of bridge health monitoring system in Korea, H.M. Koh, S. Kim, and J.F. Choo; A strategy to implement structural health monitoring on bridges, C. Sikorsky; Sensors - not just for research anymore, N.P. Vitillo; Investigation of the dynamic properties of the Brooklyn Bridge, Q. Ye, G. Fanjiang, and B. Yanev; Chapter II: Monitoring issues in ancient and modern structures. Distributed sensing technologies for monitoring frpstrengthened structures, Z.S. Wu and C.Q. Yang; Problems and perspectives in monitoring of ancient masonry structures, A. De Stefano and R. Ceravolo; Monitoring and response of CFRP prestressed concrete bridge, N.F. Grace; Design of temporary and permanent arrays to assess dynamic parameters in historical and monumental buildings, P. Clemente and D. Rinaldis; FRP-Strengthened structures: Monitoring issues from Québec applications, P. Labossière, P. Rochette, K.W. Neale, and M. Demers; Structural and material monitoring of historical objects, M. Drdáck; Chapter III: Sensing of structural parameters and extreme events. Internal and external sensing for post-earthquake evaluation of bridges, M. Saud Saudi, R. Nelson, and P. Laplace; Application of em stress sensors in large steel cables, M.L.Wang, G. Wang, and Y. Zhao; Enhancing durability of structures by monitoring strain and cracking behavior, B. Hillemeier, H. Scheel, and W. Habel; Development of an earthquake damage detection system for bridge structures, H. Kobayashi and S. Unjoh; Determination of rebar forces based on the exterior crack opening displacement measurement of reinforced concrete, T. Matsumoto and M.N. Islam; Monitoring system based on optical fiber sensing technology for tunnel structures and other infrastructure, K. Fujihashi, K. Kurihara, K. Hirayama, and S. Toyoda; Development of FBG sensors for structural health monitoring in civil infrastructures, Z. Zhou and J. Ou; Chapter IV: Smart sensors, imaging and NDT of civil structures. Monitoring of a smart concrete beam, Q.B. Li, L. Li, and F. Zhang; Fiber optic nerve systems with optical correlation domain technique for smart structures and smart materials, K. Hotate; Use of active sensors for health monitoring of transportation infrastructure, S. Nazarian; Health monitoring of concrete structures using self-diagnosis materials, H. Inada, Y. Okuhara, and H. Kumagai; Application of image analysis to steel structural engineering, K. Tateishi and T. Hanji; Shape memory alloy based smart civil structures with self-sensing and repairing capabilities, H. Li, C. Mao, Z. Liu, and J. Ou; Smart sensors and integrated SHM system for offshore structures, Z. Duan, J. Ou, Z. Zhou, and X. Zhao; Chapter V: Sensor system design, data quality, processing, and interpretation. Design considerations for sensing systems to ensure data quality, R. Zhang and E. Aktan; Practical implementations of intelligent monitoring systems in HIT, J.Ou; Health monitoring, damage prognosis and service-life prediction - issues related to implementation, V.M. Karbhari; Adaptive event detection for shm system monitoring, D.K. McNeill and L. Card; A note on interpretation of shm data for bridges, B. Bakht; Chapter VI: Sensor and instrumentation performance and reliability instrumentation performance during long-term bridge monitoring, I.N. Robertson, G.P. Johnson, and S. Wang; Stability and reliability of fiber-optic measurement systems - basic conditions for successful long-term structural health monitoring, W.R. Habel; Instrumentation of the indoor cable stayed bridge at EMPA, M. Motavaffi, G. Feltrin, D. Gsell, and J. Meyer; Structural health monitoring systems for bridge decks and rehabilitated precast prestress concrete beams, M.A. Issa, H.I. Shabila, and M. Athassan; CFRP Strengthening and monitoring of a box girder bridge, B. Täljsten; Sensors and condition evaluation for bridge health monitoring using operating vehicle loading, K. Yokoyama and A.K.M. Rafiquzzaman; Measuring instruments for optical fiber sensing, M. Horikawa, M. Komiyama, K. Hirata, and H. Uchiyama; Implementation of long gauge fiber optic sensor arrays in civil structures, Y. Liang, A. Tennant, H. Jia, X. Xiong, and F. Ansari; Chapter VII: Fiber optic sensors principles. Absolute deformation measurement using fiber-optic white light interferometer with two broad-band sources, C. Sun, L. Yu, Q. Wang, and Q. Yu; Interaction model between fiber optic ultrasonic sensor and matrix materials, L. Yuan, G. Zhang, and Q.B. Li; Birefringence and transverse strain sensitivity in Bragg grating sensors, M. Prabhugoud and K. Peters; A new fiber optic acoustic/vibration sensor-characteristics and application to civil structural health monitoring, K. Kageyama, H. Murayama, and K. Uzawa; Embedded crack tip opening displacement sensor for concrete, Z. Zhang and F. Ansari; Loop topology based white light interferometric fiber optic sensors network, L. Yuan and J.Yang; Chapter VIII: Long term health monitoring of civil structures. Monitoring results of a self anchored suspension bridge, S. Kim, C.Y. Kim, and J.W. Lee; Long term monitoring of a hybrid cable-stayed bridge, G. Zhang; Structural health monitoring system applications in Japan, S. Sumitro and M.L. Wang; Long-term monitoring operation of the test-road in Korea highway corporation (KHC), J.H. Jang, J.H. Jeong, S.M. Kwon, and H.G. Park; Pipeline buckling detection by the distributed Brillouin sensor, F. Ravet, L. Zou, X. Bao, L. Chen, R.F. Huang, and H.A. Koo;Subject Index.