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245 00 Earthquakes and Health Monitoring of Civil Structures
|h[electronic resource] /|cedited by Mihail Garevski.
260 1 Dordrecht :|bSpringer Netherlands :|bImprint: Springer,
300 XII, 331 p. 250 illus., 155 illus. in color.|bonline
338 online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier
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490 1 Springer Environmental Science and Engineering,|x2194-3214
490 0 Springer eBooks.|aEarth and Environmental Science
505 0 Preface -- 1. Geotechnical and Structural Aspects of the
2010-2011 Christchurch (New Zealand) Earthquakes.- 2.
Seismic Monitoring of Structures and New Developments.-
3. Intelligent Computational Approaches to Signal
Processing and Damage Detection -- 4. Decentralized
Algorithms for SHM over Wireless and Distributed Smart
Sensor Networks.- 5. Piezo-Impedance Transducers for
Evaluation of Seismic Induced Structural Damage.-
6. Structural Health Monitoring of Sheffield University
Arts Tower During Retrofit.- 7. Real-Time Damage
Detection and Performance Evaluation for Buildings.- 8.
Structural Health Monitoring Performance during the 2010
Gigantic Chile Earthquake.- 9. Definition of Dynamic
Characteristics of Reinforced Concrete Building in Vina
Del Mar, Chile, Using Low Intensity Ground Shaking Records
-- 10. Structural Health Monitoring Based on Automated
Operational Modal Analysis: Application to an Arch Bridge.
- 11. Seismic Response Monitoring and Analysis of a
Supertall Structure Instrumented with SHM System.- 12.
Monitoring of Rubber Bearing Behaviour During Shaking
Table Tests.- 13. Preconditions for Health Monitoring of
Thermal Power Plant Pipeline Systems ́㠅xperimental and
Analytical Investigation -- Index.
520 Health monitoring of civil structures (HMS) is a new
discipline, which contributes to successful and on time
detection of damages to structures. This book is a
collection of chapters on different topics written by
leading scientists in the field. It is primarily focused
on the latest achievements in monitoring the earthquake
effect upon the health of civil structures. The first
chapter of the book deals with the geotechnical and
structural aspects of the 2010-2011 Christchurch
earthquakes. Further chapters are dedicated to the latest
HMS techniques of identification of damage to structures
caused by earthquakes. Real time damage detection as well
as sensors and acquisition systems used for that purpose
are presented. The attention is focused on automated modal
analysis, dynamic artificial neural networks and wavelet
techniques used in HMS. Particular emphasis is put on
wireless sensors and piezo-impendance transducers used for
evaluation of seismically induced structural damage. The
discussion is followed by presentation of case studies of
application of health monitoring for buildings and other
civil structures, including a super tall structure. The
book ends with a presentation of shaking table tests on
physical models for the purpose of monitoring their
behaviour under earthquake excitation. Audience The book
is primarily intended for engineers and scientists working
in the field of application of the HMS technique in
earthquake engineering. Considering that real time health
monitoring of structures represents a sophisticated
approach applying the latest techniques of monitoring of
structures, many experts from other industries will also
find this book useful.
650 0 Engineering.
650 0 Mineral resources.
650 0 Geotechnical engineering.
650 0 Structural mechanics.
650 0 Vibration.
650 0 Dynamical systems.
650 0 Dynamics.
650 0 Civil engineering.
650 14 Engineering.
650 24 Civil Engineering.
650 24 Vibration, Dynamical Systems, Control.
650 24 Geotechnical Engineering & Applied Earth Sciences.
650 24 Structural Mechanics.
650 24 Mineral Resources.
700 1 Garevski, Mihail.,|eeditor.
710 2 SpringerLink (Online service)
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