TITLE

Long-Term Vibration Monitoring of Cable-Stayed Bridge Using Wireless Sensor Network

AUTHOR(S)
Khac-Duy Nguyen; Jeong-Tae Kim; Young-Hwan Park
PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks;2013, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Wireless sensor networks provide a lot of advantages for vibration monitoring of bridges. The installation time and implementation cost of the monitoring system are greatly reduced by the adoption of this innovative technology. This paper presents a long-term vibration monitoring of the Hwamyung cable-stayed bridge in Korea using an Imote2-platformed wireless sensor network. First, the wireless vibration monitoring system of the bridge is briefly described by outlining the test history, the design of wireless sensor system, and the sensor deployment. Next, the vibration behaviors of the bridge are experimentally examined with respect to the variation of temperature, the wind loads induced by typhoons, and the change of bridge deck mass caused by pavement.
ACCESSION #
95291175

 

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