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Torbol, Marco
Reliability & Risk Assessment Laboratory (R2A lab)
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  • Reliability analysis, probabilistic safety assessment, probabilistic risk assessment,structural health monitoring, system identification, damage assessment

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Remote structural health monitoring systems for next generation SCADA

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Title
Remote structural health monitoring systems for next generation SCADA
Author
Kim, SehwanTorbol, MarcoChou, Pai H.
Keywords
Remote monitoring system; SCADA system; Structural health monitoring
Issue Date
2013-05
Publisher
TECHNO-PRESS
Citation
SMART STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS, v.11, no.5, pp.511 - 531
Abstract
Recent advances in low-cost remote monitoring systems have made it possible and practical to perform structural health monitoring (SHM) on a large scale. However, it is difficult for a single remote monitoring system to cover a wide range of SHM applications due to the amount of specialization required. For the remote monitoring system to be flexible, sustainable, and robust, this article introduces a new cost-effective, advanced remote monitoring and inspection system named DuraMote that can serve as a next generation supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system for civil infrastructure systems. To evaluate the performance of DuraMote, we conduct experiments at two representative counterpart sites: a bridge and water pipelines. The objectives of this article are to improve upon the existing SCADA by integrating the remote monitoring system (i.e., DuraMote), to describe a prototype SCADA for civil engineering structures, and to validate its effectiveness with long-term field deployment results.
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10.12989/sss.2013.11.5.511
ISSN
1738-1584
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