Remote sensing and photogrammetry techniques in diagnostics of concrete structures

@article{Janowski2016RemoteSA,
  title={Remote sensing and photogrammetry techniques in diagnostics of concrete structures},
  author={Artur Janowski and Krystyna Nagrodzka-Godycka and Jakub Szulwic and Patryk Ziolkowski},
  journal={Computers and Concrete},
  year={2016},
  volume={18},
  pages={405-420}
}
Recently laser scanning technologies become widely used in many areas of the modern economy. In the following paper authors show a potential spectrum of use Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) in diagnostics of reinforced concrete elements. Based on modes of failure analysis of reinforcement concrete beam authors describe downsides and advantages of adaptation of terrestrial laser scanning to this purpose, moreover reveal under which condition this technology might be used. Research studies were… 

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