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|title: ||Optical sensors based on fiber bragg gratings for structural health monitoring|
|authors: ||Antunes, P.|
Pinto, J. L.
André, P. S.
|issue date: ||2011|
|abstract: ||In this work we review the structural health monitoring techniques
based on fiber Bragg gratings. The working principle of the fiber Bragg gratings
sensors and the most common techniques to inscribe and interrogate these sensors
are described. Several implemented examples are also presented, like the
deformation monitoring of one historical building with reduced visual impact, the
unidirectional acceleration measurements in a metallic bridge structure and the
bidirectional acceleration monitoring in a 50 m mobile telecom tower. Finally, the
implementation of an automated remote structural health monitoring system
design to operate with optical sensors in a highway bridge is described.
The obtained results prove the applicability of optical fiber sensors, namely
fiber Bragg gratings for structural health monitoring.|
|publisher version/DOI: ||http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-21099-0|
|appears in collections||CIVIL - Capítulo de livro|
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