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A wireless active sensing system for impedance-based Structural Health Monitoring

@inproceedings{Grisso2005AWA,
  title={A wireless active sensing system for impedance-based Structural Health Monitoring},
  author={Benjamin L. Grisso and Luke Andrew Martin and Daniel J. Inman},
  year={2005}
}
Deployment of Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) systems for permanent damage detection is limited by the availability of sensor technology. The development of a single board computer system is the focus for initial efforts in realizing a fully self-contained active sensor system utilizing impedance-based SHM. The active sensing system interrogates a structure utilizing a self-sensing actuator and the low cost impedance method, and all the data processing, storage, and analysis is performed at… 

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