Structural Health Monitoring
Eds. N. Rajic, M. Veidt, A. Mita, N. Takeda, W.K. Chiu
Materials Research Proceedings Volume 18
Publication Date 2021, 370 Pages
Print ISBN 978-1-64490-130-4 (release date April, 2021)
ePDF ISBN 978-1-64490-131-1
DOI: 10.21741/9781644901311

The book presents recent advances regarding the inspection and monitoring of engineering structures; including bridges, buildings, aircraft and space structures, nuclear reactors and defense platforms. Among the techniques covered are UAV photogrammetry, strain monitoring, infrared detection, acoustic emission testing, residual stress measurements, fiber optical sensing, thermographic inspection, vibration analysis, piezoelectric sensing and ultrasonic testing.

Bridges, Buildings, Aircraft Structures, Space Structures, Nuclear Reactors, Defense Platforms, UAV Photogrammetry, Strain Monitoring, Infrared Detection, Acoustic Emission Testing, Residual Stress Measurements, Fiber Optical Sensing, Thermographic Inspection, Vibration Analysis, Piezoelectric Sensing, Ultrasonic Testing, Impact Damage, Anaerobic Reactor Performance, Geomembranes, Ossointegrated Implants, Fatigue Crack Growth, Accelerometer, Nonlinear Cable Bracing, Timber Utility Poles, Steel Pipes, Loosened Bolts on Pipes, IMU-based Motion Capture, CFRP Composites, Maglev Guideway Girder, Cable-Pylon Anchorage, Deep Learning Techniques


Table of Contents

Magnetic Pre-Loading for a Tonpilz-Type Acoustic Projector
Scott D. Moss, Ethan J. G. Ellul, Mason Paxevanos, George Jung, David Munk, Joel Smithard

Topology Optimisation for High Frequency Vibration Energy Harvesting
David J. Munk, Ethan J. G. Ellul, Scott D. Moss

Comparative Assessment of Distributed Strain Measurement Technologies
Kieran Pryor, Matthew Stevens, Michael Forsey, Suzana Turk

Comparative Evaluation of a High Operating Temperature Midwave Infrared Detector for Automated Non-Destructive Inspection of Composite Damage
Jaslyn Gray, Michael Woodrow, Cédric Rosalie, Nik Rajic

Residual Stress Measurement of Additively Repaired Ti-6Al-4V Using Fibre Optic Sensing
Matthew Stevens, Kieran Pryor, Suzana Turk

Trans-Jacket Fibre Bragg Gratings for In-Situ Health Monitoring of Defence Platforms in Harsh Environments
Naizhong Zhang, Claire Davis, Chiu Wing Kong, Suzana Turk

Low-Energy Sonic Thermographic Inspection of Impact Damage in Aerospace Composites
Kelly A. Tsoi, Chris Brooks, Nik Rajic, Cedric Antolis

A Machine Learning Approach for Anaerobic Reactor Performance Prediction Using Long Short-Term Memory Recurrent Neural Network
Benjamin Steven Vien, Leslie Wong, Thomas Kuen, L. R. Francis Rose, Wing Kong Chiu

Development of Scum Geometrical Monitoring Beneath Floating Covers Aided by UAV Photogrammetry
Leslie Wong, Benjamin Steven Vien, Yue Ma, Thomas Kuen, Frank Courtney, Jayantha Kodikara, Francis Rose, Wing Kong Chiu

Quasi-Active Thermography for Structural Health Assessment of Large Geomembranes
Yue Ma, Leslie Wong, Benjamin Steven Vien, Thomas Kuen, Nik Rajic, L.R. Francis Rose, Jayantha Kodikara, Wing Kong Chiu

Quantitative Monitoring of Osseointegrated Implant Stability Using Vibration Analysis
Shouxun Lu, Benjamin Steven Vien, Matthias Russ, Mark Fitzgerald, Wing Kong Chiu

Acoustic Emission of Metallic Specimen with Surface Defect During Fatigue Crack Growth
X. Yao, B.S. Vien, N. Rajic, L.R.F. Rose, C.H.J. Davies, W.K. Chiu

Computational Study of Scattering Elastic Waves Due to a Teredo Marine Borer-Like Cylindrical Defect Embedded in an Isotropic Solid Cylinder
Ahmed Murgab Mohammed Mahil, Wing Kong Chiu, Benjamin Vien

Estimation of Maximum Drift of MDOF Shear Structures Using Only One Accelerometer
Kangqian Xu, Akira Mita

Life-Cycle Monitoring of CFRP using Piezoelectric Sensors Network
Xiao Liu, Yishou Wang, Xinlin Qing

Assessment of the Structural Integrity of Timber Utility Poles Using Ultrasonic Waves
Jad El Najjar, Samir Mustapha

Monitoring of the Operational Conditions in Steel Pipes Using Fiber Optic Sensors
Michel Saade, Samir Mustapha

Gaussian Mixture Model Based Damage Evaluation for Aircraft Structures
Qiuhui Xu, Shenfang Yuan, Yuanqiang Ren

In-Situ Strain Monitoring in Deltoid of Composite T-joints using Optical Fiber
Shinsaku Hisada, Shu Minakuchi, Nobuo Takeda

A Nonlinear Cable Bracing Inerter System for Vibration Control
Xinlei Ban, Songtao Xue, Jianfei Kang, Kohju Ikago, Liyu Xie

Estimation Method of Maximum Inter-Story Drift Angle of Wood-Frame House using Two Accelerometers
Ryusei Fukuzawa, Akira Mita, Tomonori Murakami

Acoustic Emission-Based Diagnosis Using AlexNet: How Wave Propagation Effects Classification Performance
Sebastian Felix Wirtz, Sevki Onur Doruk, Dirk Söffker

Improving the Drive-by Bridge Inspection Performance by Vehicle Parameter Optimization
Yifu Lan

Reinforcement Learning for Structural Health Monitoring based on Inspection Data
Simon Pfingstl, Yann Niklas Schoebel, Markus Zimmermann

Optimal Waiting Position of a Home Robot for Risk Communication Considering Behavior Patterns of an Occupant
Akira Mita, Keita Watanabe, Ami Ogawa

Preventing Deterioration of Active Vibration Control Effect Due to Aging Deterioration and Damage based on Deep Learning
Miao Cao, Songtao Xue

Evaluation of Measurement Accuracy of the MEMS Accelerometer for Long Period and Large Amplitude Vibration
Kenta Hirai, Hiroaki Harada, Hirotaka Imaeda, Akira Mita, Takeshi Suzuki, Hironobu Yao, Shinji Kitagawa, Minoru Kakinuma, Yoshiyuki Komiya

Vibration-Based Detection of Loosened Bolts on Pipes Attached to Bridges
Kobayashi Daiki, Ikeguchi Yuta, Nakagawa Masafumi, Aratake Atsushi

Extraction of Parameters for 90-degree Turn Prediction Using the IMU-based Motion Capture System
Ami Ogawa, Kanako Takeda, Akira Mita

Analysis of CFRP Laminates Properties under Different Layup Structure using Finite Element Analysis
Xinye Liu, Jinhui Cai, Jiusun Zeng, Fang Ye, Wing Chiu

Seismic Fragility Analysis of Mid-Story Isolation Buildings
Xiao Song, Songtao Xue

Optimal Design of Tuned Mass Damper Inerter for Base-Isolated Buildings
Dawei Li, Kohju Ikago, Songtao Xue

A 3D Printed, Constriction-Resistive Sensor for the Detection of Ultrasonic Waves
Saeb Mousavi, Philippe Blanloeuil, Thailammai Vinoth, David Howard, Chun H. Wang

Damage Identification of High-speed Maglev Guideway Girder Based on Modal Identification
XiangYun Kong, JingYu Huang, XiaoNong Wang, ShuoWei Wang, Liang Zhao, ZhiHong Fang

Changes in Center of Mass during Preliminary Motion for Prediction of Direction Change
Nene Sugimoto, Ami Ogawa, Akira Mita

Innovation and Practice of Cable-Pylon Anchorage Zone Using Group Aggregated Anchor System
Yonggao Yin, Qian Li, Jiangguo Lv, Zhu Yu

Experimental Research on the Bearing Capacity of the Widening Segment of Precast Small Box Girder
Liqiao Xia, Qian Li, Han Ding, Zengshun Tian

Experimental Research on the Effectiveness of Speed Reduction Markings based on Drivers’ Operating Performance: A Driving Simulation Study
Han Ding, Li Cui, Xiaohua Zhao, Wanheng Li

Numerical Simulation on Micro-damage Detection In CFRP Composites Based on Nonlinear Ultrasonic Guided Waves
Chang Jiang, Weibin Li, Mingxi Deng, Ching-Tai Ng

Novel Outside-Facility Renovation Technology to Improve Cost-Effectiveness by Long-Term Safe Use
Masaki Waki, Soichi Ishikawa, Gen Kobayashi, Ryouichi Kaneko, Hiroaki Tanioka

Technique for Analyzing Relationship Between Unbalanced Load and Structural Deterioration in Outside Facilities
Soichi Ishikawa, Gen Kobayashi, Masaki Waki, Ryouichi Kaneko, Hiroaki Tanioka

Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of Space Structures
Aswin Haridas, Holger Speckmann

Research on Fatigue Life of Lifting Equipment Based on Nonlinear Cumulative Damage Theory
Li Chen, Keqin Ding


About the Editors

Dr Nik Rajic leads the Material State Awareness Group in the Aerospace Division of the Australian Defence Science and Technology Group. His research interests include structural health monitoring, wide-area non-destructive inspection and experimental mechanics. He engages extensively with academia and industry on development and transition of new technologies to improve capability in material state awareness.

Professor Martin Veidt is Professor in Applied Mechanics at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. He has worked in the area of ultrasonic non-destructive evaluation and structural health management for more than 30 years. He has made important contributions in guided wave ultrasonics, nonlinear ultrasonics and numerical modelling of damage initiation and progression in fibre-reinforced composites.

Professor Akira Mita is the Professor of the Department of System Design Engineering at Keio University. He obtained B.S. from Tohoku University, M.S. from Kyoto University and Ph.D. from the University of California at San Diego. His research interests include sensor network, system identification, and structural health monitoring. He is the recipient Prize of Architectural Institute of Japan, May 29, 2009 on his contribution on structural health monitoring for buildings. He recently proposed a new concept called “Biofied Building.”

Professor Nobuo Takeda, is currently Chairman, Japan Transport Safety Board (JTSB) and Professor Emeritus, the University of Tokyo. His research includes experimental micromechanics of composites and smart composite structural health monitoring (SHM) and life cycle monitoring (LCM). He has led several Japanese national projects on structural health and process monitoring of aerospace composite structures mainly based on optical fiber sensors. He was President of International Committee of Composite Materials (ICCM, 2015-2016) and Japanese Representative of International Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue (ICAF, 2009-2017).

Professor Wingkong Chiu is a member of academic staff at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Monash University, Australia. His research interests include structural health monitoring and fatigue analyses of advanced composite structures. Chiu has a strong record in national and international research collaborations with academic institutions and industries. He has a passion for promoting structural health monitoring research in Australia and overseas.