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Health Monitoring of Bridges - ISBN 9780470031735

Health Monitoring of Bridges

ISBN 9780470031735

Autor: Helmut Wenzel

Wydawca: Wiley

Dostępność: Dostawa 10-20 dni

Cena: 572,25 zł


ISBN13:      

9780470031735

ISBN10:      

0470031735

Autor:      

Helmut Wenzel

Oprawa:      

Hardback

Rok Wydania:      

2009-01-16

Ilość stron:      

652

Wymiary:      

255x179

Tematy:      

TN


Health Monitoring of Bridges prepares the bridge engineering community for the exciting new technological developments happening in the industry, offering the benefit of much research carried out in the aerospace and other industrial sectors and discussing the latest methodologies available for the management of bridge stock.
Health Monitoring of Bridges:
Includes chapters on the hardware used in health monitoring, methodologies, applications of these methodologies (materials, methods, systems and functions), decision support systems, damage detection systems and the rating of bridges and methods of risk assessment.Covers both passive and active monitoring approaches.Offers directly applicable methods and as well as prolific examples, applications and references.Is authored by a world leader in the development of health monitoring systems.Includes free software that can be downloaded from http://www.samco.org/and provides the raw data of benchmark projects and the key results achieved.
This book provides a comprehensive guide to all aspects of the structural health monitoring of bridges for engineers involved in all stages from concept design to maintenance. It will also appeal to researchers and academics within the civil engineering and structural health monitoring communities.
“…Presents a technology which is barely described in textbooks and which is not freely available to the audience of bridge managers, users and designers… The book also offers a valuable resource of information for academics needing to appreciate the technology and present it to students. The author is a well known and internationally respected authority in this area.” ––James Brownjohn, Professor of Structural Dynamics, University of Sheffield

Spis treści:
Figures.
Tables.
Foreword.
List of Contributors.
Preface .
Acknowledgments.
List of Abbreviations.
1 Introduction and Motivation.
1.1 Health Monitoring.
1.2 Client Requirements and Motivation.
2 Bridge Management and Health Monitoring.
2.1 Bridge Management Philosophy.
2.2 Structural Health Monitoring.
2.3 Examples of Bridge Management Systems.
2.4 Protection of Bridges against Man–Made and Natural Hazards.
3 Bridge Rating and Risk Assessment.
3.1 Inspection Rating.
3.2 The BRIMOS® Rating.
3.3 Probabilistic Approach in SHM.
3.4 Risks from Natural Hazards.
3.5 Vehicle and Ship Impact.
3.6 Man–Made Hazards.
4 Damage Detection and Assessment.
4.1 Weak Point Detection and Fatigue Assessment.
4.2 Condition Compensation in Frequency Analyses.
4.3 Model Updating and System Identification.
4.4 Performance Assessment (Damping, Time–Histories).
4.5 Discussion of the SHM Axioms.
4.6 Safety Assessment.
5 Decision Support Systems.
5.1 Decision Support Systems for SHM.
5.2 Architecture.
5.3 The Operation Modes.
5.4 Monitoring System and Databases.
5.5 Current Status of the System.
5.6 Data Treatment.
5.7 Data Storage.
6 Lifetime Assessment of Bridges.
6.1 Lifetime Assessment Procedure.
6.2 Hot–Spot Detection.
6.3 Statistical Pattern Recognition.
6.4 Application Example: Steel Bridge.
6.5 Ongoing Research and Development Projects.
7 Bridge SHM Methodologies.
7.1 Ambient Vibration Monitoring.
7.2 Deflection and Displacement Monitoring.
7.3 Fatigue Assessment by Monitoring.
7.4 Corrosion, Carbonization, Chlorite Content.
7.5 Load Transfers.
7.6 Material Properties.
8 The Business Case for SHM of Bridges.
8.1 Incentives for SHM of Bridges.
8.2 The Costs of SHM of Bridges.
8.3 The Future of the SHM Business.
8.4 Typical SHM Service Catalogue.
9 Applications.
9.1 Melk Bridge M6 Austr ia.
9.2 Porr Bridge, Vienna, Austria.
9.3 Warth Bridge, Austria.
9.4 Putlitz Bridge, Berlin, Germany.
9.5 Westend Bridge, Berlin, Germany.
9.6 Neisse Viaduct, Zittau, Germany.
9.7 Commodore John Barry Bridge, Delaware River, USA.
9.8 Bridge BE 109/21, B¨utzberg, Switzerland.
9.9 RAMA IX Bridge, Bangkok, Thailand.
9.10 Titulcia Steel Bridge, Madrid, Spain.
9.11 Széchenyi Bridge, Gyor, Hungary.
9.12 ESK 551 Bridge, Bad Bevensen, Germany.
9.13 The New Årsta Railway Bridge, Stockholm Sweden.
9.14 The New Svinesund Bridge, Sweden.
9.15 Bridge Z24, Koppigen–Utzenstorf, Switzerland.
9.16 Roberval Bridge, Senlis, France.
9.17 Saint–Jean Bridge, Bordeaux, France.
9.18 Øresund Bridge, Denmark – Sweden.
9.19 Ting Kau Bridge, Hong Kong, China.
9.20 Skovdiget Bridge Columns, Denmark.
9.21 Skovdiget Bridge Superstructure, Denmark.
9.22 Bolshoj Moskvoretsky Bridge, Moscow, Russia.
9.23 Versoix Bridge, Geneva, Switzerland.
9.24 Tsing Ma Bridge, Hong Kong, China.
9.25 A14 Huntingdon Railway Viaduct, England.
9.26 Highway Bridge BW91, Germany.
9.27 Herrenbrücke, L¨ubeck, Germany.
9.28 Pasir Panjang Semi–Expressway, Singapore.
9.29 Pioneer Bridge, Singapore.
9.30 Tuas Second Link, Singapore–Malaysia.
9.31 Bridge I40, New Mexico, USA.
9.32 Källösund Bridge, Goth Sweden.
9.33 Europabrücke, Innsbruck, Austria.
9.34 St. Marx Bridge, Vienna, Austria.
9.35 Taichung Bridge, Taiwan.
10 Feedback from Monitoring to Design.
10.1 Realistic Loads.
10.2 Environmental Conditions.
10.3 Conservative Design.
10.4 Designed–in Monitoring.
11 Guideline and Recommendations for SHM.
11.1 Introduction.
11.2 Objectives and Outline of the Guideline.
11.3 Analysis of Structural Responses.
11.4 Diagnostics of Structures.
11.5 Damage Identification.
11.6 Qualifications of Test Personnel.
11.7 Sensor Classification, Application and Experience.
11.8 Traffic Load Identification on Bridges.
11.9 Condition Monitoring of Heritage Buildings.
11.10 Identification of Local Damage and the Effect on Structures.
11.11 Damage Identification of a Steel Bridge by Dynamic Parameters.
12 Glossary and Derivation Criteria for SHM of Bridges.
12.1 Glossary of Terms Frequently Used.
12.2 Mathematical Formulations in Dynamics.
12.3 Wind–Induced Vibration of Bridges.

Okładka tylna:
Health Monitoring of Bridges prepares the bridge engineering community for the exciting new technological developments happening in the industry, offering the benefit of much research carried out in the aerospace and other industrial sectors and discussing the latest methodologies available for the management of bridge stock.
Health Monitoring of Bridges:
Includes chapters on the hardware used in health monitoring, methodologies, applications of these methodologies (materials, methods, systems and functions), decision support systems, damage detection systems and the rating of bridges and methods of risk assessment.Covers both passive and active monitoring approaches.Offers directly applicable methods and as well as prolific examples, applications and references.Is authored by a world leader in the development of health monitoring systems.Includes free software that can be downloaded from http://www.samco.org/and provides the raw data of benchmark projects and the key results achieved.
This book provides a comprehensive guide to all aspects of the structural health monitoring of bridges for engineers involved in all stages from concept design to maintenance. It will also appeal to researchers and academics within the civil engineering and structural health monitoring communities.
“…Presents a technology which is barely described in textbooks

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