A Synchronized Wireless Sensor Network for Experimental Modal Analysis in Structural Health Monitoring

@article{Bocca2011ASW,
  title={A Synchronized Wireless Sensor Network for Experimental Modal Analysis in Structural Health Monitoring},
  author={Maurizio Bocca and Lasse Eriksson and Aamir Mahmood and Riku J{\"a}ntti and Jyrki Kullaa},
  journal={Comp.-Aided Civil and Infrastruct. Engineering},
  year={2011},
  volume={26},
  pages={483-499}
}
Structural health monitoring aims to provide an accurate diagnosis of the condition of civil infrastructures during their life span using data acquired by sensors. Wireless sensor networks represent a suitable monitoring technology to collect reliable information about the structure’s condition, replacing visual inspections, and reducing installation and maintenance time and costs. This article introduces a time synchronized and configurable wireless sensor network for structural health… CONTINUE READING
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