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Structures Congress 2014
This paper primarily presents a comparison of traditional and advanced sensing techniques in the field of Structural Health Monitoring for use in damage detection in reinforced concrete (RC) structures. The accuracy of these methods is evaluated through standard laboratory tests on concrete cylinders. Furthermore, a damage detection method for RC structures is introduced where strains measured from densely clustered sensors are used to develop damage sensitive features. This method is verifieddoi:10.1061/9780784413357.243 fatcat:nm763vygqrbtreof5snucgtrje