Comprising 102 papers presented by researchers from all over the world, the proceedings of this workshop contain current information about a variety of structural health monitoring technologies, as well as their current and potential applications in various fields. Emphasis is placed on those technologies that are promising for future applications in industry and government and the infrastructures that are needed to support such technological development. The content of the workshop is divided into keynote presentations (ten altogether), aerospace applications, general applications, civil applications, integration and systems, sensors, and signal processing and diagnostic methods. Includes the editor's summary report on the results of the panel discussions and presentations from the First International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring held at Stanford U. in September 1997. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)Fu-Kuo Chang. The Damage Dosimeter can also be used to verify that the repair achieves its objectives. ... All data is time stamped (date, hour, ninute, second). ... Software: The Damage Dosimeter operational software program was written in C programming language to allow the code to be easily maintained. Although theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Structural Health Monitoring 2000|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1999-09-07|