The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 78 (2000) > Issues > Issue 13 > Deployment of Instrumentation for In-Service Monitoring
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Deployment of Instrumentation for In-Service Monitoring

This paper considers issues that may have a bearing upon schemes for the in-service monitoring of structures. These include the definition of the purpose of the monitoring, factors influencing the development and implementation of a scheme, as well as issues to be considered when undertaking the detailed design of a scheme. The paper discusses some factors that past experience has shown might affect the successful deployment, installation and operation of a scheme, including the recording, evaluation and reporting of results. S.L. Matthews

Author(s): Matthews, S L

Keywords: instrumentation;monitoring;measuring;data;modelling;recording