Tuesday, September 17th, 2019

Dr. Genda Chen – 2019 SHM Person of the Year Award during at the 12th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring (SHM)

Dr. Genda Chen recently received the 2019 SHM Person of the Year Award during anmore…

Friday, September 13th, 2019

Zhishen Wu re-elected to a second term as ISHMII President

The ISHMII Administrative Centre is pleased to announce that Zhishen Wu, PhD has been re-electedmore…

JCSHM Vol. 7 Issue 5 Available

Issue 5 of Volume 7 (November 2017) of the Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring is now available to members. The papers contained in Issue 5 include:

Study on dynamic characteristics and seismic response of the extradosed cable-stayed bridge with single pylon and single cable plane by Qu Hao, Su Jufeng, Huang Pingming   

Experimental vibration analyses of a historic tower structure by Giovanni Bongiovanni, Giacomo Buffarini, Paolo Clemente, Dario Rinaldis, Fernando Saitta

“Drive-by’’ bridge frequency-based monitoring utilizing wavelet transform by Chengjun Tan, Ahmed Elhattab, Nasim Uddin

A non-destructive method to determine the rotational stiffness of timber frame connections by Paul Crovella, George Kyanka   

Quantifying live bending moments in rail using train-mounted vertical track deflection measurements and track modulus estimations by Saeideh Fallah Nafari, Mustafa Gül, J.J. Roger Cheng

Toward transportation asset management: what is the role of geotechnical monitoring? by P. Mazzanti   

Dynamic monitoring system for utility-scale wind turbines: damage detection and fatigue assessment by Gustavo Oliveira, Filipe Magalhães, Álvaro Cunha, Elsa Caetano

Existing metallic bridges in Egypt: current conditions and problems by Maha M. Hassan, Sherif A. Elsawaf, Hussein H. Abbas

Structural health monitoring of bridges: a model-free ANN-based by pproach to damage detection by A. C. Neves, I. González, J. Leander, R. Karoumi

Numerical model upgrading of a historical masonry building damaged during the 2016 Italian earthquakes: the case study of the Podestà palace in Montelupone (Italy) by F. Clementi, A. Pierdicca, A. Formisano, F. Catinari, S. Lenci