Sensor Technologies for Civil Infrastructures, Vol 1. Woodhead Publishing Series in Electronic and Optical Materials

  • ID: 2736422
  • Book
  • 588 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
1 of 4
Sensors are used for civil infrastructure performance assessment and health monitoring, and have evolved significantly through developments in materials and methodologies. Sensor Technologies for Civil Infrastructure Volume I provides an overview of sensor hardware and its use in data collection.

The first chapters provide an introduction to sensing for structural performance assessment and health monitoring, and an overview of commonly used sensors and their data acquisition systems. Further chapters address different types of sensor including piezoelectric transducers, fiber optic sensors, acoustic emission sensors, and electromagnetic sensors, and the use of these sensors for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures. Developments in technologies applied to civil infrastructure performance assessment are also discussed, including radar technology, micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) and nanotechnology.

Sensor Technologies for Civil Infrastructure provides a standard reference for structural and civil engineers, electronics engineers, and academics with an interest in the field.

- Describes sensing hardware and data collection, covering a variety of sensors
- Examines fiber optic systems, acoustic emission, piezoelectric sensors, electromagnetic sensors, ultrasonic methods, and radar and millimeter wave technology
- Covers strain gauges, micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), multifunctional materials and nanotechnology for sensing, and vision-based sensing and lasers
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
2 of 4
Foreword Preface 1 Introduction to sensing for structural performance assessment and health monitoring M

L. Wang, Northeastern University, USA, J. P. Lynch, University of Michigan, USA and H. Sohn, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea 2 Sensor data acquisition systems and architectures M

D. Todd, University of California San Diego, USA 3 Commonly used sensors for civil infrastructures and their associated algorithms N

C. Yoder, Whistle Labs, Inc., USA and D. E. Adams, Vanderbilt University, USA 4 Piezoelectric transducers for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures Y-K. An, M. K. Kim and H. Sohn, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Republic of Korea 5 Fiber optic sensors for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures K. J. Peters, North Carolina State University & D. Inaudi, SMARTEC S.A. Switzerland 6 Acoustic emission sensors for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures M. Meo, University of Bath, UK 7 Nonlinear acoustic and ultrasound methods for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures M. Meo, University of Bath, UK 8 Radar technology: radio frequency, interferometric, millimeter wave and terahertz sensors for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures D. Huston, Univeristy of Vermont, USA & D. Busuioc, DB Consultant, USA 9 Electromagnetic sensors for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures M

L. Wang, Northeastern University, USA and G. Wang, Methode Electronics Inc., USA 10 Micro-electro-mechanical-systems (MEMS) for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures D. Ozevin, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA 11 Multifunctional materials and nanotechnology for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures K. J. Loh and D. Ryu, University of California-Davis, USA 12 Laser-based sensing for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures T-Y. Yu, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA 13 Corrosion sensing for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures A. Poursaee, Clemson University, USA 14 Vision-based sensing for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures Y. F. Ji, Tongji University, China and C

C. Chang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong 15 Robotic sensing for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures H. Myung, H. Jeon and Y-S. Bang, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Republic of Korea and Y. Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA 16 Design and selection of wireless structural monitoring systems for civil infrastructures M. B. Kane, C. Peckens and J. P. Lynch, University of Michigan, USA 17 Permanent installation of wireless structural monitoring systems in infrastructure systems Courtney A. Peckens, Michael B. Kane, Yilan Zhang and Jerome P. Lynch, University of Michigan, USA 18 Energy harvesting for sensing systems for assessing and monitoring civil infrastructures J. Scruggs, University of Michigan, USA
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
3 of 4

Loading
LOADING...

4 of 4
Wang, Ming L.
Distinguished Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northeastern University, USA.
Lynch, Jerome P.
Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan, USA
Sohn, Hoon
Professor Hoon Sohn, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea.
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
5 of 4
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
Adroll
adroll