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

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