Self powered wireless sensor network for structural bridge health prognosis

Achievements in the first two years

V. Godínez, A. Pollock, M. Gonzalez, S. Momeni, R. Gostautas, R. Fustos, B. Newlin, D. Inman, J. Farmer, S. Priya, P. Ziehl, J. Caicedo, B. Zarate, L. Yu, V. Giurgiutiu, Antonio Nanni

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Abstract

In this paper, recent advances achieved on the development of a new system capable of continuously monitoring the structural health of steel and concrete bridges using wireless sensors are presented. This system will be able to harvest its own power from structural vibration and wind energy and, based on the data collected and on embedded algorithms, assess and predict the health of the structure. In order to reach this objective, this five-year project includes a series of tasks that encompass a variety of developments such as developing an ultra low power AE system, energy harvester hardware and especial sensors for passive and active acoustic wave detection. Thorough studies on acoustic emission produced by corrosion on reinforced concrete and by crack propagation on steel components, and the development of models that correlate AE data with component remaining life are also part of the project activities. This project is funded by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) through its Technology Innovation Program (TIP) under grant # 70NANB9H007.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationStructural Health Monitoring 2011: Condition-Based Maintenance and Intelligent Structures - Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring
Pages661-668
Number of pages8
Volume1
StatePublished - Dec 1 2011
Event8th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring 2011: Condition-Based Maintenance and Intelligent Structures - Stanford, CA, United States
Duration: Sep 13 2011Sep 15 2011

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Other8th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring 2011: Condition-Based Maintenance and Intelligent Structures
CountryUnited States
CityStanford, CA
Period9/13/119/15/11

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Wireless sensor networks
Health
Steel bridges
Harvesters
Concrete bridges
Sensors
Acoustic emissions
Wind power
Reinforced concrete
Crack propagation
Innovation
Acoustic waves
Corrosion
Hardware
Steel
Monitoring

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Civil and Structural Engineering

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Godínez, V., Pollock, A., Gonzalez, M., Momeni, S., Gostautas, R., Fustos, R., ... Nanni, A. (2011). Self powered wireless sensor network for structural bridge health prognosis: Achievements in the first two years. In Structural Health Monitoring 2011: Condition-Based Maintenance and Intelligent Structures - Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring (Vol. 1, pp. 661-668)

Self powered wireless sensor network for structural bridge health prognosis : Achievements in the first two years. / Godínez, V.; Pollock, A.; Gonzalez, M.; Momeni, S.; Gostautas, R.; Fustos, R.; Newlin, B.; Inman, D.; Farmer, J.; Priya, S.; Ziehl, P.; Caicedo, J.; Zarate, B.; Yu, L.; Giurgiutiu, V.; Nanni, Antonio.

Structural Health Monitoring 2011: Condition-Based Maintenance and Intelligent Structures - Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring. Vol. 1 2011. p. 661-668.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Godínez, V, Pollock, A, Gonzalez, M, Momeni, S, Gostautas, R, Fustos, R, Newlin, B, Inman, D, Farmer, J, Priya, S, Ziehl, P, Caicedo, J, Zarate, B, Yu, L, Giurgiutiu, V & Nanni, A 2011, Self powered wireless sensor network for structural bridge health prognosis: Achievements in the first two years. in Structural Health Monitoring 2011: Condition-Based Maintenance and Intelligent Structures - Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring. vol. 1, pp. 661-668, 8th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring 2011: Condition-Based Maintenance and Intelligent Structures, Stanford, CA, United States, 9/13/11.
Godínez V, Pollock A, Gonzalez M, Momeni S, Gostautas R, Fustos R et al. Self powered wireless sensor network for structural bridge health prognosis: Achievements in the first two years. In Structural Health Monitoring 2011: Condition-Based Maintenance and Intelligent Structures - Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring. Vol. 1. 2011. p. 661-668
Godínez, V. ; Pollock, A. ; Gonzalez, M. ; Momeni, S. ; Gostautas, R. ; Fustos, R. ; Newlin, B. ; Inman, D. ; Farmer, J. ; Priya, S. ; Ziehl, P. ; Caicedo, J. ; Zarate, B. ; Yu, L. ; Giurgiutiu, V. ; Nanni, Antonio. / Self powered wireless sensor network for structural bridge health prognosis : Achievements in the first two years. Structural Health Monitoring 2011: Condition-Based Maintenance and Intelligent Structures - Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring. Vol. 1 2011. pp. 661-668
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