Corpus ID: 14090287

Vibration Monitoring of the Voigt Bridge using Wired and Wireless Monitoring Systems

@inproceedings{Wang2006VibrationMO,
  title={Vibration Monitoring of the Voigt Bridge using Wired and Wireless Monitoring Systems},
  author={Yang Wang and K. Loh and J. Lynch and M. Fraser and K. Law and A. Elgamal},
  year={2006}
}
  • Yang Wang, K. Loh, +3 authors A. Elgamal
  • Published 2006
  • Engineering
  • Structural monitoring systems using wireless sensors have the potential to serve as low-cost alternatives to commercially available cable-based monitoring systems. This paper describes a wireless sensing prototype system specifically designed for structural monitoring applications. To validate the performance of the prototype system, a network of up to 20 wireless sensing units is installed on the Voigt Bridge located on the campus of the University of California, San Diego. The wireless sensor… CONTINUE READING

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