Monday, September 10th, 2018

2nd International Workshop on Resilience

Resilience Workshop Flyer ISHMII’s Committee on Resilient Structures and Infrastructure (CORSI) invites you to attendmore…

Monday, September 3rd, 2018

September 2018 JCSHM Available

What’s in the Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring Volume 8, Issue 4 (September 2018)more…

Vol. 7 Issue 2 of the JCSHM

Volume 7 Issue 2 (April 2017) of the Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring (JCSHM).  Please sign in to your membership-based account to access the full Journal.

In this Issue: 

  • SHM of a stayed bridge during a structural failure, case study: the Rio Papaloapan Bridge by Francisco J. Carrión, Juan A. Quintana, Saúl E. Crespo
  • Damage detection of a truss bridge utilizing a damage indicator from multivariate autoregressive model by Yoshinao Goi, Chul-Woo Kim
  • Analysis of load test on composite I-girder bridge by F. Huseynov, J. M. W. Brownjohn, E. J. O’Brien, D. Hester
  • Implementation of a drive-by monitoring system for transport infrastructure utilising smartphone technology and GNSS by P. J. McGetrick, D. Hester, S. E. Taylor
  • Axle detection on prestressed concrete bridge using bridge weigh-in-motion system by Rahul Kalyankar, Nasim Uddin
  • Techno-economical and practical considerations for SHM systems by Francisco J. Carrión, Juan A. Quintana, Saúl E. Crespo
  • Seismic isolation: past, present and the importance of SHM for the future by Paolo Clemente
  • Crack detection in steel girders of bridges using a broken wire electronic binary sensor by Farnaz Raeisi, A. Mufti, G. Mustapha, D. J. Thomson
  • A novel online damage detection approach in bilinear chain-like structures by Fereidoun Amini, Mohammad Rabiepour
  • Monitoring wooden Warren truss hangar to extend their design life by Laura Locklin, Jorge Orellana, George Akhras
  • Contribution to assess the water storage tank vulnerability by principal component analysis by Nassima Miloudi, Hocine Hammoum, Karima Bouzelha, Boussad Metna, Anne Pantet

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