Monitoraggio strutturale continuativo: il cantiere di restauro della guglia maggiore del Duomo di Milano

Alfredo Cigada, Beniamino Mörlin Visconti Castiglione, Matteo Scaccabarozzi, Marcello Vanali, Emanuele Zappa
2013 Archeomatica  
Civil structures having social, cultural heritage and architectural relevance are these where a systematic and accurate monitoring system is often needed. The nature of the events that could affect the health of a structure, such as earthquakes or severe weather phenomena, is – to a large extent – unknoun. The intensity of these phenomena isn't foreseeable, nor is the moment when they will occur. Restoration or reinforcement works are further situations where the static and dynamic conditions
more » ... a structure could be impaired. In all these conditions, the availability of a continuous and real time structural health monitoring is obviously useful in the detection of a potentially dangerous situation for the structure and its occupants. When it comes to historic buildings, the utility of having a health monitoring system is more evident, because of the greater fragility of these kinds of structures. Hence is the need to design a monitoring system for the main spire of Milan's Duomo.
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