April 2019 JCSHM Available

What’s in the Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring Volume 9, Issue 2 (April 2019) now available to members via ISHMII.org?

Analysis of effects of diffraction and interference on detection by microwave thermography
Sam-Ang Keo, Chan-Young Yune, R. G. Dragan… Pages 153-167

Evaluation of static and dynamic long-term structural monitoring for monumental masonry structure
Alessandra Dal Cin, Salvatore Russo Pages 169-182

A two-phase model to predict the remaining useful life of corroded reinforced concrete beams
G. Prakash, S. Narasimhan, R. Al-Hammoud Pages 183-199

Modular Bayesian damage detection for complex civil infrastructure
Andre Jesus, Peter Brommer, Robert Westgate… Pages 201-215

Application of a hybrid structural health monitoring approach for condition assessment of cable-stayed bridges
Kaveh Arjomandi, Yumi Araki, Tracy MacDonald Pages 217-231

Characteristics of a bridge condition assessment method based on state representation methodology (SRM) and damage detection sensitivity
Akito Yabe, Ayaho Miyamoto… Pages 233-251

Assessment of engineering demand parameters through SHM for RC-structures
Ali Yesilyurt, M. Rizwan Akram… Pages 253-261

Test verification of damage identification method based on statistical properties of structural dynamic displacement
Xiaoming Yang, Xianming Chen Pages 263-269

Sequential clustering of synchrosqueezed wavelet transform coefficients for efficient modal identification
Swarup Mahato, Arunasis Chakraborty Pages 271-291

Long-term performance monitoring of GFRP-reinforced concrete beams using sensor-mounted supplemental rebars under harsh environmental conditions
Arash Rahmatian, Timir Baran Roy… Pages 293-306

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