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Formação Livre Introduction to Structural Health Monitoring

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The main goal of this short course is to introduce the concept of structural health monitoring (SHM) applied to bridges and special civil structures. Why bridges rather than just special structures? Because bridges are considered the main vulnerable civil ... Ler mais

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  • Apresentação

    Apresentação

    The main goal of this short course is to introduce the concept of structural health monitoring (SHM) applied to bridges and special civil structures. Why bridges rather than just special structures? Because bridges are considered the main vulnerable civil structure in the last decades due to the number of structural failures observed around the world. Why SHM rather than SHM of bridges? Because most of the techniques and general procedures described are independent of the structure. Therefore, the techniques are first presented for general applications and then most of the examples are shown in the context of bridges. This manner, students can learn the general concept of SHM and apply it later on to almost any engineering structure.
  • Competências

    Competências

    After successful completing of this course, students will be capable to: - Describe the historical and current real-world applications of damage identification in the civil engineering field, especially in bridges; - Conduct damage identification using vibration-based SHM; - Evaluating critically the results of damage identification for quality control; - Provide creative solutions for safety evaluation of critical bridges; - Choose available commercial software for damage identification analysis.
  • Objetivos

    Objetivos

    - Pose the SHM in the context of a statistical pattern recognition paradigm. - Understand the differences between quasi-static and dynamics monitoring. - Overview of sensors and DAQ hardware for designing an optimum instrumentation scheme for SHM. - Understand the applicability of finite element modeling and machine learning for data interpretation and damage identification. - Understand the goal of SHM for civil structures, especially for bridges, with current limitations, grande challenges, and future trends.
  • Observações

    Observações

    Application Deadline: 06/01/2023 Session #1: 17/01/2023, 17-20h (Lisbon Time) Session #2: 19/01/2023, 17-20h (Lisbon Time) Session #3: 24/01/2023, 17-20h (Lisbon Time) Session #4: 26/01/2023, 17-20h (Lisbon Time) For more information about this short course, please visit the following link: https://civilresearchgroup.ulusofona.pt/shortcourseshm/.

Centro Universitário

Lisboa | Faculdade de Engenharia
CANDIDATAR-ME

Direção do Curso

Elói Figueiredo

Secretariado

Natália Raileanu

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