Tuesday, August 8th, 2017

Aftab Mufti Best Paper Awards in JCSHM

Editor-in-Chief Farhad Ansari and the Editorial Board of the Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoringmore…

Friday, July 21st, 2017

JCSHM Vol. 7 Issue 3 Papers

Issue 3 of Volume 7 of the Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring is nowmore…

JCSHM Vol. 7 Issue 3 Papers

Issue 3 of Volume 7 of the Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring is now available to members. The papers contained in Issue 3 include:

  • Sources of errors in fatigue assessment of steel bridges using BWIM by S. Faraz, K. Helmi, B. Algohi, B. Bakht, A. Mufti
  • Strategy for the maintenance and monitoring of electric road infrastructures based on recursive lifetime prediction by R. Ceravolo, G. Miraglia, C. Surace
  • Geotechnical monitoring using total stations and laser scanners: critical aspects and solutions by W. Lienhart
  • Improved axle detection for bridge weigh-in-motion systems using fiber optic sensors by M. Lydon, D. Robinson, S. E. Taylor, G. Amato, E. J. O. Brien, N. Uddin
  • Damage detection using curvatures obtained from vehicle measurements by E. J. O’Brien, D. Martinez, A. Malekjafarian, E. Sevillano
  • Stay cable tension estimation using a vision-based monitoring system under various weather conditions by S-W Kim, B-G Jeon, J-H Cheung, S-D Kim, J-B Park
  • Damage detection in structures using angular velocity by S. Al-Jailawi, S. Rahmatalla
  • Infrared thermographic assessment of cement mortar porosity and strength by O. Onuaguluchi, N. Banthia
  • Nondestructive damage detection in deteriorated girders using changes in nodal displacement by T. M. Ha, S. Fukada
  • Structural health monitoring of the retrofitting process, characterization and reliability analysis of a masonry heritage construction by E. Mesquita, A. Arêde, R. Silva, P. Rocha, A. Gomes, N. Pinto, P. Antunes, H. Varum