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Projects that are Useful for Investigating SHM and Model Updating (in progress)
This wiki provides a list of resources within the NEEShub related to structrual health monitoring (SHM). According to the likelihood of usefulness for SHM, the picked projects fall into...
Establishing a Baseline Damage Index for Reliable Damage Detection: Full Scale Validation
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28 Jun 2012 | Publications | Contributor(s): Sriram Sivaram Krishnan, Shirley Dyke
There is a need to develop effective, fast, automatic and cost-effective structural health monitoring system in the near future to assist in managing our aging infrastructure. The concept of...
Early Field Survey of Damage from Japan’s March 11th Earthquake and Tsunami
01 Apr 2011 | Multimedia
Dr. Kit Miyamoto, CEO of Miyamoto International, was in Tokyo, Japan during the March 11, 2011 M9 Tohoku Taihei Yo Oki Earthquake. A few days earlier he had been attending the CUEE earthquake...
Report on the Building Structural Health Monitoring Problem Phase 1 Analytical
23 Jan 2011 | Publications | Contributor(s): Shirley Dyke
Structural health monitoring (SHM) is a promising field with widespread application in civil engineering. SHM has the potential to make structures safer by observing both long-term structural...
Report on the Building Structural Health Monitoring Problem Phase 1 Experimental
This report focuses on the goals of the second phase of the activities of the IASCASCE Structural Health Monitoring Task Group, involving the application of structural health monitoring techniques...