Reprint

Novel Approaches for Structural Health Monitoring II

Edited by
May 2023
174 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7542-1 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7543-8 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Novel Approaches for Structural Health Monitoring II that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Chemistry & Materials Science
Computer Science & Mathematics
Engineering
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Physical Sciences
Summary

The thirty-plus years of progress in the field of structural health monitoring (SHM) have had a huge impact on our everyday lives. Be it for the monitoring of fixed- and rotary-wing aircrafts, for the preservation of the cultural and architectural heritage, or for the predictive maintenance of long-span bridges or wind farms, SHM has shaped the framework of many engineering fields. Given the current state of quantitative and principled methodologies, it is nowadays possible to rapidly and consistently evaluate the structural safety of industrial machines, modern concrete buildings, historical masonry complexes, etc., to test their capability and to serve their intended purpose. However, old unsolved problems as well as new challenges exist. Furthermore, unprecedented conditions, such as stricter safety requirements and ageing civil infrastructure, pose new challenges. Therefore, the second volume of this Special Issue series gathers the main contributions of academics and practitioners in civil, aerospace, and mechanical engineering to provide a common ground for structural health monitoring in dealing with old and new aspects of this ever-growing research field.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© by the authors
Keywords
gears; SHM; FEM; pitting; surface fatigue; aircraft composites inspection; NDT; phased array ultrasonic testing; automated inspection; IRT; infrared thermography; operational modal analysis; ambient modal analysis; stochastic subspace identification; singular value decomposition; stationary white noise; structural health monitoring; condition monitoring; fault detection; rotating machinery; wind turbines; instantaneous entropy; generalised morse wavelet; Structural Health Monitoring; satellite data; remote sensing; SBAS–DInSAR; subsidence; subway excavation; system identification; simplified analytical models; interacting diaphragms; expansion joints; structural health monitoring; operational modal analysis; Riccardo Morandi; Pavilion V; crack severity; strain energy loss; beam deflection; frequency shift; hill-climbing method; bridge scour; scour detection; scour monitoring; machine learning algorithms; n/a