The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 62 (1984) > Issues > Issue 10 > Discussion on Instrumentation of Structures by J.B. Menzies, A.C.E. Sandberg and G. Somerville
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Discussion on Instrumentation of Structures by J.B. Menzies, A.C.E. Sandberg and G. Somerville

Mr R. G. Kinnear (Messrs Sandberg): The range of instruments available to us to monitor structures is now very considerable. Occasions do, however, still arise when none of the well-established techniques suffices, or where the number of instruments required would be so large as to be prohibitively expensive or to be beyond reliable analysis in the timescale available.