A Recent Research Summary on Smart Sensors for Structural Health Monitoring

Citation data:

Journal of the Korea institute for structural maintenance and inspection, ISSN: 2234-6937, Vol: 19, Issue: 3, Page: 10-21

Publication Year:
2015

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Repository URL:
http://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/20615
DOI:
10.11112/jksmi.2015.19.3.010
Author(s):
Kim, Eun-Jin; Cho, Soojin; Sim, Sung-Han
Publisher(s):
Korea Institute for Structural Maintenance Inspection; 한국구조물진단유지관리공학회
Tags:
Smart sensor; Structural health monitoring
article description
Structural health monitoring (SHM) is a technique to diagnose an accurate and reliable condition of civil infrastructure by collecting and analyzing responses from distributed sensors. In recent years, aging civil structures have been increasing and they require further developed SHM technology for development of sustainable society. Wireless smart sensor and network technology, which is one of the recently emerging SHM techniques, enables more effective and economic SHM system in comparison to the existing wired systems. Researchers continue on development of the capability and extension of wireless smart sensors, and implement performance validation in various in-laboratory and outdoor full-scale experiments. This paper presents a summary of recent (mostly after 2010) researches on smart sensors, focused on the newly developed hardware, software, and validation examples of the developed smart sensors.