A Wireless System for Real-Time Environmental and Structural Monitoring

  title={A Wireless System for Real-Time Environmental and Structural Monitoring},
  author={Valerio Plessi and Filippo Bastianini and Sahra Sedigh Sarvestani},
Accurate real-time monitoring of structural health can result in significant safety improvements, while providing data that can be used to improve design and construction practices. For bridges, monitoring of water level, tilt, displacement, strain, and vibration can provide snapshots of the state of the structure. Real-time measurement and communication of this information can be invaluable in guiding decisions regarding the safety and remaining fatigue life of a bridge. This paper describes… CONTINUE READING


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