The application of wireless sensor network technology for long-term monitoring of a historic tunnel-like masonry structure in Italy is described. The monitoring was performed within the activity of a research project aimed at providing a general framework to check the structural health of heritage structures and detect, in real time, any potential damage that may compromise their safety. The selected case study (a tunnel-like masonry structure) represented a challenging experiment, both in terms of the type of structure itself and the technical solution employed for installing the monitoring system. After a brief description of the installed monitoring system and the design of the sensor layout, the lessons learned after 1 year of monitoring are summarised.

Dynamic monitoring of a tunnel-like masonry structure using wireless sensor networks / Bartoli, G; Betti, M; Girardi, M; Padovani, C; Pellegrini, D; Zini, G. - In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. STRUCTURES AND BUILDINGS. - ISSN 0965-0911. - STAMPA. - 176:(2022), pp. 727-738. [10.1680/jstbu.21.00082]

Dynamic monitoring of a tunnel-like masonry structure using wireless sensor networks

Bartoli, G;Betti, M;Zini, G
2022

Abstract

The application of wireless sensor network technology for long-term monitoring of a historic tunnel-like masonry structure in Italy is described. The monitoring was performed within the activity of a research project aimed at providing a general framework to check the structural health of heritage structures and detect, in real time, any potential damage that may compromise their safety. The selected case study (a tunnel-like masonry structure) represented a challenging experiment, both in terms of the type of structure itself and the technical solution employed for installing the monitoring system. After a brief description of the installed monitoring system and the design of the sensor layout, the lessons learned after 1 year of monitoring are summarised.
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Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities
Bartoli, G; Betti, M; Girardi, M; Padovani, C; Pellegrini, D; Zini, G
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