Design strategy of structural health monitoring system consisting of four sensors for tall buildings

Akira Mita, Kenta Hirai, Sayuki Ozawa

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Abstract

We usually distribute the sensors with equal distance if detailed information on the target building is not available. However, we have not checked if this practice is appropriate or not. In this paper, we present a strategy of designing the placement of sensors for SHM system consisting of limited number of sensors. We learn that the equal distance distribution of sensors is not always the best sensor placement at all and the top sensor can be placed a few floors lower than the roof. As we do not need to install a sensor on the roof top that requires a special care for water proofing, this finding is practically very useful. We evaluate the dependence of the location on the nature of earthquakes such as near-field or far-field. From this study we confirm that the four sensor system is good enough in estimation of story drift angle if accurate mode shape information is available. Finally, the error analysis is conducted for this system. With this careful evaluation, the SHM system with four sensors with appropriate distribution is good enough for most buildings.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication8th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, EWSHM 2016
PublisherNDT.net
Pages2643-2650
Number of pages8
Volume4
ISBN (Electronic)9781510827936
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Event8th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, EWSHM 2016 - Bilbao, Spain
Duration: 2016 Jul 52016 Jul 8

Other

Other8th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, EWSHM 2016
CountrySpain
CityBilbao
Period16/7/516/7/8

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Earthquakes
Tall buildings
Structural health monitoring
Water
Sensors
Health
Roofs
Error analysis

Keywords

  • Design.
  • Earthquake
  • Structural health monitoring
  • Tall building

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Health Information Management
  • Computer Science Applications

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Mita, A., Hirai, K., & Ozawa, S. (2016). Design strategy of structural health monitoring system consisting of four sensors for tall buildings. In 8th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, EWSHM 2016 (Vol. 4, pp. 2643-2650). NDT.net.

Design strategy of structural health monitoring system consisting of four sensors for tall buildings. / Mita, Akira; Hirai, Kenta; Ozawa, Sayuki.

8th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, EWSHM 2016. Vol. 4 NDT.net, 2016. p. 2643-2650.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Mita, A, Hirai, K & Ozawa, S 2016, Design strategy of structural health monitoring system consisting of four sensors for tall buildings. in 8th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, EWSHM 2016. vol. 4, NDT.net, pp. 2643-2650, 8th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, EWSHM 2016, Bilbao, Spain, 16/7/5.
Mita A, Hirai K, Ozawa S. Design strategy of structural health monitoring system consisting of four sensors for tall buildings. In 8th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, EWSHM 2016. Vol. 4. NDT.net. 2016. p. 2643-2650
Mita, Akira ; Hirai, Kenta ; Ozawa, Sayuki. / Design strategy of structural health monitoring system consisting of four sensors for tall buildings. 8th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, EWSHM 2016. Vol. 4 NDT.net, 2016. pp. 2643-2650
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