Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

JCSHM – Impact Factor

We’re Making an Impact!  The Journal of Structural Health Monitoring (JCSHM)  has received an impactmore…

Monday, June 22nd, 2020

Frangopol elected to National Academy of Construction

CEE professor joins elite construction industry institution Dan M. Frangopol, the inaugural Fazlur R. Khanmore…

JCSHM Vol. 7 Issue 3 Papers

Issue 3 of Volume 7 of the Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring is now available to members. The papers contained in Issue 3 include:

  • Sources of errors in fatigue assessment of steel bridges using BWIM by S. Faraz, K. Helmi, B. Algohi, B. Bakht, A. Mufti
  • Strategy for the maintenance and monitoring of electric road infrastructures based on recursive lifetime prediction by R. Ceravolo, G. Miraglia, C. Surace
  • Geotechnical monitoring using total stations and laser scanners: critical aspects and solutions by W. Lienhart
  • Improved axle detection for bridge weigh-in-motion systems using fiber optic sensors by M. Lydon, D. Robinson, S. E. Taylor, G. Amato, E. J. O. Brien, N. Uddin
  • Damage detection using curvatures obtained from vehicle measurements by E. J. O’Brien, D. Martinez, A. Malekjafarian, E. Sevillano
  • Stay cable tension estimation using a vision-based monitoring system under various weather conditions by S-W Kim, B-G Jeon, J-H Cheung, S-D Kim, J-B Park
  • Damage detection in structures using angular velocity by S. Al-Jailawi, S. Rahmatalla
  • Infrared thermographic assessment of cement mortar porosity and strength by O. Onuaguluchi, N. Banthia
  • Nondestructive damage detection in deteriorated girders using changes in nodal displacement by T. M. Ha, S. Fukada
  • Structural health monitoring of the retrofitting process, characterization and reliability analysis of a masonry heritage construction by E. Mesquita, A. Arêde, R. Silva, P. Rocha, A. Gomes, N. Pinto, P. Antunes, H. Varum