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Title:Multi-scale Structural Health Monitoring using Wireless Smart Sensors
Author(s):Jo, Hongki; Spencer, Billie F., Jr.
Subject(s):Smart Sensor
Wireless Sensor
Structural Health Monitoring
Multi-metric sensing
Multi-scale Monitoring
Abstract:Tremendous progress has been made in recent years in the wireless smart sensor (WSS) technology to monitor civil infrastructures, shifting focus away from traditional wired methods. Successful implementations of such WSS networks for full-scale SHM have demonstrated the feasible use of the technology. Much of the previous research and application efforts have been directed toward single-metric applications. Multi-metric monitoring, in combination with physics-based models, has great potential to enhance SHM methods; however, the efficacy of the multi-metric SHM has not been illustrated using WSS networks to date, due primarily to limited hardware capabilities of currently available smart sensors and lack of effective algorithms. This research seeks to develop multi-scale WSSN strategies for advanced SHM in cost effective manner by considering: (1) the development of hybrid SHM method, which combine numerical modeling and multi-metric physical monitoring, (2) multi-metric and high-sensitivity hardware developments for use in WSSNs, (3) network software developments for robust WSSN, (4) algorithms development to better utilize the outcomes from SHM system, and (5) fullscale experimental validation of proposed research. The completion of this research will result in an advanced multi-scale WSS framework to provide innovate ways civil infrastructure is monitored.
Issue Date:2015-05
Publisher:Newmark Structural Engineering Laboratory. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Series/Report:Newmark Structural Engineering Laboratory Report Series 036
Genre:Technical Report
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/78091
ISSN:1940-9826
Sponsor:Financial support for this research was provided in part by the National Science Foundation under NSF Grants No. CMS-0600433 and CMMI-0928886.
Rights Information:Copyright held by the authors. All rights reserved.
Date Available in IDEALS:2015-06-18


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