Structural Health Monitoring 2009

From System Integration to Autonomous Systems

Editor: Fu-Kuo Chang, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University

Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, September 9-11, 2009

ISBN: 978-1-60595-007-5, September 2009, Two volumes with CD-ROM bound in Volume 2, 2,372 pages, 6×9, Hardcover

  • Guidance for planning and integrating autonomous SHM systems
  • Technologies for integrating sensors, actuators, materials, arrays, and networks
  • Data mining, CBM+, SHM and asset management, wind turbines, industrial smart materials, ships, nonlinear ultrasonic SHM, waves in damage detection

This two-volume book of over 2,300 pages, SHM: From System Integration to Autonomous Systems, offers more than 250 original and never-before published research papers on all phases of structural health monitoring. Papers in this book, originally presented at the IWSHM conference at Stanford University, contain emerging data on sensors, networking, signal processing, data mining, materials engineering and multifunctional design of SHM components. More importantly, the book provides technical guidance and examples on how the numerous different components of structural health monitoring can be integrated into either on-board SHM systems where network, hardware and software are built into the structure, and off-board systems in which only the sensor networks are permanently attached to the structure. The volume contains critical information for scientists and engineers aiming to design, implement, and validate SHM systems in aircraft, bridges, highways, and ships. A special section on industrial uses of structural health monitoring shows how SHM is now being applied in commercial facilities to expedite asset management, safety and cost controls.

The CD-ROM displays figures and illustrations in articles in full color along with a title screen and main menu screen. Each user can link to all papers from the Table of Contents and Author Index and also link to papers and front matter by using the global bookmarks which allow navigation of the entire CD-ROM from every article. Each paper has internal links from figure and table references to view the actual figures and tables and links to all e-mail addresses and URLs mentioned in any paper. Search features on the CD-ROM can be by full text including all key words, article title, author name, and session title. The CD-ROM has Autorun feature for Windows 2000 or higher products and can also be used with Macintosh computers. The CD includes the program for Adobe Acrobat Reader with Search 9.0. One year of technical support is included with your purchase of this product.




  • Structural Health Management an Evolution in Design
  • Optical Fiber Distributed Sensing: Physical Principles and Applications
  • SHM in the Navy
  • Structural Health Monitoring in the Mainland of China: Review and Future Trends
  • Operations Support and Sustainment Technology Program, Providing Technology for Condition Based Maintenance


  • Structural Health Monitoring, In-Service Experience, Benefit and Way Ahead
  • SHM: A Hands on Approach
  • Application of Inverse Analysis of Distributed Load with Strain Sensors to Wing Structures
  • Structural Condition Monitoring of Aviation Components
  • SHM Applications: Detection and Tracking of Damage in an Aerospace Wing Attachment Fitting
  • Smart Cure Monitoring of Bonded Composite Repairs
  • Status of MSG-3 (Maintenance Steering Group 3) Guidance on Using SHM for Scheduled Maintenance
  • Use of Lamb Wave Propagation for SHM and Damage Detection in Sandwich Composite Aeronautical Structures
  • Aluminum Extrusions with Microcavities Enabling Cost-Effective Monitoring of Aerospace Structures
  • Compact, Lightweight Optical Fibre Bragg Grating Instrumentation Designed Specifically for Aerospace Applications
  • Reliability of the Impact Damage Detection System for Airframe Structures Using Optical Fiber Sensors
  • Autonomous Structural Health Monitoring for Space Drilling Application
  • Interaction of Lamb Waves with Impact Damaged CFRP’s—Effects and Conclusions for Acousto-Ultrasonic Applications
  • Demonstration of De-Bonding Detection by the Lamb Wave Sensing Device Using FBG Sensor and AWG Type Filter
  • Health Monitoring of Structures with Fatigue Damage and Applied Composite Repair
  • Use of Mountable Sensors to Address Periodic Inspections for Cracks on Regional Aircraft
  • Guided Technology Development and Maturity Assessment of SHM in Airbus
  • Validation and Verification of a Hard Landing Indication System for Aircraft Landing Gear
  • Multimode NDE for Structural Integrity Monitoring of Helicopter Main Rotor Blades
  • FBG Sensor Applications to the Structural Tests of a Newly Developed External Pod for Military Jet Aircrafts
  • Application of Bispectral Analysis in Nonlinear Ultrasonic Structural Health Monitoring
  • Prospective Applications for SHM on Commercial Aircraft
  • Impact Load Estimation and Damage Detection for Fiberglass Composite Rotor Blades
  • Structural Health Monitoring of AMB Supported Rotors
  • Interface Waves for SHM of Adhesively Bonded Joints
  • Non-Contact Ultrasonic Guided Wave Detection of Rail Defects. Prototype Development and Field Testing for the Federal Railroad Administration
  • FBG Sensor Installation and Integration Using SMART Layer Technologies for Aerospace Applications


  • Monitoring Low-Temperature Cracking Stresses in Asphalt Mixtures Using an Acoustic Emission Approach
  • Focusing of Ultrasonic Waves in Cylindrical Shells Using Time Reversal
  • Detection of Critical Details and Life Time Assessment of Steel Bridges
  • Feasibility Investigation on Fatigue Crack Damage Detection of Fiber Composite Wrapped Tank for On-Board High Pressure Hydrogen Storage
  • Bridge Health Monitoring Using Commercial Remote Sensing
  • Structural Monitoring of “Republic Subway Station” of Sao Paulo Subway
  • Feasibility of Structural Health Monitoring of Concrete Structures by Optical Backscatter Reflectometer
  • Investigation of Pile-Integrity Using Wavelet Analyses
  • GPS-Based SHM of a Tall Building: Torsional Effects
  • Big Bang-Big Crunch Optimization for Structural System Identification
  • Enhanced Damage Index Method Using Torsion Modes
  • Real Time Active Pipeline Integrity Detection System for Direct Assessment of Corrosion
  • A System for Static Monitoring of Sports Center Structures


  • Enhancing HMMWV Operational Availability through the Use of an Instrumented Diagnostic Cleat for Condition-Based Maintenance
  • Structural Damage Detection Utilizing Accelerations Induced by Moving Load
  • An Integrated Diagnostic and Prognostic SHM Technology for Structural Health Management
  • A Structural Health Monitoring System as Part of an Aircraft Integrated Vehicle Health Monitoring Architecture for Condition-Based Maintenance
  • Corrosion Monitoring Technologies with Structural and Drive train Applications
  • End-to-End Automated Analytics for CBM+


  • Influence of Measurement and Model Parameters in Computational Model Updating Using UHPC Samples
  • Probabilistic Monitoring Concepts for Jointless Bridges
  • Mitigation of Uncertainty in the Structural Identification of Long-Span Suspension Bridges
  • Damage Assessment Using a Novel Modified Time Series Analysis Methodology
  • Mechanical and Heat Induced Damage Detection in Polymer Tiles by THz Radiation


  • Probabilistic Considerations are Essential to QNDE and SHM
  • Tension Fatigue Durability of Surface-Mounted and Embedded Fibre Bragg Grating Sensors for Composite Structures
  • Implementation of a Real-Time System and Computation Method for Structural Loads Identification
  • Instantaneous Baseline Damage Detection Using a Low Power Guided Waves System
  • Aircraft Strain Gage Calibration Using Response to Dynamic Inputs
  • A Probabilistic Approach for Structural Health Assessment and Prognosis Based on Monitored Data
  • Three Models for Sensor Validation
  • Automated Output-Only Modal Analysis for Structural Health Monitoring of Heritage Structures: Experimental Validation
  • Experimental Verifications of a Structural Damage Identification Technique Using Reduced Order Finite-Element Model
  • Experimental Validation of Damage Identification Algorithms in R.C. Structures
  • Development of Effective Structural Health Monitoring Strategies Using Self Organizing Map and Index Based Reasoning
  • Progressive Damage Estimation Using Sequential Monte Carlo Techniques
  • Case Studies of Wireless Sensor Monitoring for Structural Identification and Evaluation of Bridge Superstructures
  • Challenge and Solution of Combining Active and Passive Systems
  • Real Time Operating Data Expansion for Dynamic Stress and Dynamic Strain Fatigue Accumulation
  • Design of Intelligent Composite Armor Systems with SMART Technology
  • Rail Track and Rail Vehicle Intelligent Monitoring System
  • Ice Load Monitoring with FBGs and Residual Strength Analysis on an Ice Breaker Operating in Arctic Waters
  • SHM Studies on Bolu Viaduct, Turkey
  • High Performance Fiber Bragg Grating Systems for Smart Structures: Application to Overhead Contact Line Monitoring in the Railway Industry


  • Characterization of Guided-Wave Excitation and Propagation in Composite Plates
  • Bond Graph Method for Hierarchical, Multi-Domain Systems Diagnosis
  • Wave Propagation in Bounded Waveguides Using Exact Values of Connection Coefficients of Wavelets
  • Piezoelectrically Generated Lamb Waves in Elastic and Viscoelastic Plates—Analysis and Experimental Verification
  • Identification of the Critical Crack Depths and Locations of Rotordynamic Systems in Backward Whirl
  • The Influence of the Structure Area on the Performance of SHM Systems Based on E/M Impedance
  • On the Structural Optimization of Brake Disks with Respect to Their Vibrational Behavior
  • Cost Effective Computer Vision Based Structural Health Monitoring Using Adaptive LMS Filters
  • Shear Lag Solutions for Solid-State Actuators Bonded to Structures in SHM Applications
  • Sensor Placement for Detection of Cracks in Structures Exhibiting Nonlinear Dynamics
  • Analytical Axisymmetric Coupled Piezo-Elastodynamic Models for Guided-Wave Structural Health Monitoring
  • Finite Element Simulation of Lamb Wave with Piezoelectric Transducers for Plasticity-Driven Damage Detection
  • Comparison of SAFT and EUSR Techniques for Linear Array Sensor
  • Material Uncertainty Effect on Damage Indicator for Smart Composite Structure with Matrix Cracks
  • Excitation Optimization for Damage Detection
  • Damage Detection in Initially Nonlinear Systems
  • Advanced Sensing, Degradation Detection, Diagnostic and Prognostic Capabilities for Structural Health Management


  • Adapting Performance in Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Networks for Structural Health Monitoring Applications
  • Ultra Low-Power Autonomous Wireless Structural Health Monitoring Node
  • Multifunctional Sensor Nodes in Stretchable Network for Structural Health Monitoring
  • Damage Localization in Anisotropic Plates Using an Active Guided Wave Structural Health Monitoring System
  • Experimental Measurements of Changes Induced by Delaminations in the Strain Field Using a Distributed Sensing Technique
  • Impedance-Based Wireless Sensor Node for SHM, Sensor Diagnostics, and Low-Frequency Vibration Data Acquisition
  • Self-Powered Arrayed Piezo-Sensor System for Recording Larger Magnitudes of Stress Loading
  • Low-Voltage, Broad-Band Multi-Channel-Sensor-Network for Health Monitoring of Significant Areas in Complex Structures of Curved or Extended Geometries
  • Time Reversal Based Piezoelectric Transducer Self-Diagnosis under Varying Structural Conditions
  • On the Transmissibility Functions and Their Use for Damage Localization
  • Acoustic Communications: A Link Between SHM and Robotic NDE
  • Hierarchical Sensing System for Detecting Impact Damage in Composite Structures Combining a Fiber Optic Spinal Cord Network and Distributed Sensor Nerve Cell Devices
  • Design of a Multi-Channel Real-Time Wireless Connection System for Analog Cable Replacement
  • Energy Harvesting and Wireless Energy Transmission for Powering SHM Sensor Nodes
  • Cross-Functional Design of Wireless Sensor Networks Applied to Aircraft Health Monitoring
  • Zigbee-Enabled Structural Health Monitoring with the SmartBrick Network
  • A Market-Driven Computing Architecture for the Simultaneous Execution of Multiple Computational Tasks within Dynamic Wireless Structural Monitoring Systems


  • A Multi-Level Damage Localization Strategy with Distributed Computation for Effectively Using Energy in WSNS
  • Novel Wireless Sensors for Structural Health Surveillance
  • Measuring Temperature and Pressure by Optical-Fiber Sensor in a Stratum-Disposal System
  • Fabry Perot Optical Fiber Pressure/Acoustic Sensor with Accurate Cavity Length Control
  • Sensitive Materials
  • Low-Cost Interrogation Unit for Wavelength-Encoded Optical Sensors
  • Glass Fibre Reinforced Composites with a Carbon Nanotube Modified Epoxy Matrix as Self Sensing Material
  • Sparse-Array Guided Wave SHM System Applied to a Real Structure Without Temperature Control
  • A Battery-Free Wireless Pressure Sensor for Structural Health Monitoring
  • Novel Actuator Based on the Stress Wave Propagation in Highly Nonlinear Materials
  • Simultaneous Distributed Strain and Temperature Measurements by Optical Frequency Domain Reflectometry Using Polarization-Maintaining Fiber Bragg Grating
  • Carbon Fiber/Nanotube Cement-Based Sensors for Structural Health Monitoring
  • Novel Multi-Channel Fiber Bragg Grating Interrogation System for Acoustic Emission Measurements
  • Low Electrical Resistance Latching MEMS Shock Sensor
  • Structural Health Monitoring Using Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Enhanced Composites
  • Novel Approach to Make Low Cost, High Density PZT Phased Array and Its Application in Structural Health Monitoring
  • Piezoelectric Circular Array for Structural Health Monitoring Using Lamb Waves
  • Comparison of Different Sensor Technologies for AE Based Impact Damage Detection
  • Crack Detection and Monitoring Using Patch Antenna
  • The Development of a Fibre Optic Based Acoustic Emission System
  • Design of Planar Electrodes for Multifunctional Piezoelectric Sensors
  • Directionality of Lamb Wave Displacement Field Generated by Circular Piezoelectric Wafer Actuators
  • Development of Magneto-Elastic Active Sensors (MEAS) for Damage Detection in Aerospace Structures
  • Integration of Multi-Functional Diamond Sensors with Silicon Technologies for Sensing in Harsh Environments



  • Phase Gradient-Based Damage Characterization of Structures
  • Selecting Features for Damage Identification Without Damaging the Structure
  • Addressable Structural Health Monitoring of Composite Structures
  • Global Material Characterization of Composite Structures Using Lamb Wave STMR Array Technique
  • Baseline-Free Damage Detection Through Mode Separation of Lamb Waves Using Self-Sensing Piezoelectric Transducers
  • Limits of Single-Mode Elliptical Triangulation Algorithm for Structural Health and Usage Monitoring of Aeronautical Structures
  • Comparison of Vibration Based Damage Parameters of Beams with Notch Like Damages for Timoshenko and Euler Bernoulli Beam Theories
  • Numerical Analysis of Impact Identification in Plate Structures Using Time-Reversal Method
  • Structural Health Monitoring and Evaluation of Human Gait to Assist in the Diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease
  • Performance of Modal Macrostrain Flexibility Methods for Damage Localization Using Long-Gage FBG Sensors
  • Highly Scalable Matching Pursuit Signal Decomposition Algorithm
  • Information Theoretic Measure for Wavelet Selection in Non-Stationary Vibration Analysis
  • Advanced Methods for Time-of-Flight Estimation with Application to Lamb Wave Structural Health Monitoring
  • A Decomposition Mode Matching Damage Index
  • New Approaches to Detect and to Classify Wear Phenomena
  • Coupled Acoustic Emission Damage Detection and Active-Healing Smart Structural System
  • Quantifying Orientation-Specific Damage Using Diagnostic Imaging
  • Artificial Neural Network Based Structural Damage Diagnosis Using Non-Parametric Subspace Residual
  • Compact Piezoelectric Arrays for Imaging Strategies in Damage Detection
  • Delamination Detection in CFRP Laminates Using the Dispersion Characteristic of Broadband Lamb Waves Excited by MFC Actuator and Received in FBG Sensor
  • Lamb Wave Signals for Damage Detection Using a Probability-Based Imaging Algorithm
  • Deformation Monitoring of Composite Structures with Consideration of Data Reliability of Embedded Brillouin-Scattering Based Distributed Optical Fiber Strain Sensor
  • Multiple Damage Identification in CFRP Laminates with Delaminations Using Fiber Optic Sensors
  • Case-Based Reasoning for the Assessment of Simple Structures in Terms of Structural Health Monitoring
  • SHM with Sparse Ultrasonic Arrays in Complex Structural Components
  • Optimization of PCA Models for SHM Applications with Multiple Sensors
  • Structural Health Monitoring Algorithm Comparisons Using Standard Data Sets
  • Vector-Based Damage Localization for Anisotropic Composite Laminates
  • Different Methods for Damage Analysis in Composite Structures Using Guided Waves
  • Damage Detection and Localization with Experimental Eigen-Sensitivities
  • Acoustic Emission Source Location in Composite Structure by Geodesic Curve Evolution
  • Compensation Techniques for Extracing Long-Term Trends in SHM Data
  • Hot Spot Monitoring of a Composite Wing
  • Analysis of 3D-Acousto Ultrasonic’s Data Files
  • Fault Detection in Bearings Using Acoustics Emission Signals under Various Operating Conditions
  • Distributed Modal Identification by Regularized Auto Regressive Models
  • Damage Detection Based on the Signature of the Structural Response to Random Excitation
  • Position-Sensitivity Analysis of the EMD Algorithm
  • System Identification of Reinforced Concrete Frames Subjected to Static and Dynamic Load
  • Damping Identification of Cable Vibration With and Without MR Dampers
  • Detection of Structural Damages Using Vibrothermography


  • Bayesian Support Vector Machine Approach with Gaussian Process Priors for Prognostics in Avionics
  • Elimination of Long-Term Trends in SHM Data Using Cointegration
  • Data-Driven Damage Detection Using Artificial Neural Networks Applied to Composite Repair of a Metallic Structure
  • Prediction of Fatigue Damage and Residual Useful Life for Composite Structures Using Passive Sensing
  • A New Method for Concurrent Multi-Scale Fatigue Damage Prognosis
  • Predictive Structural Health Monitoring Using a Multivariate Statistical Analysis System
  • Structural Health Monitoring Approach Based on Dynamics of Prediction-Error for ARX and Neural Network Models
  • Mobile Sensor Agent to Acquire Acceleration Data for Structural Health Monitoring
  • Numerical Investigation of Temperature Effect on Modal Parameters of the China National Aquatics Center
  • Performance Estimation of Two Base-Isolated Buildings with Different Rubber Bearings
  • Signal-Based Modeling—A New Method for Classifying System States
  • Impact Damage Detection and Quantification in CFRP Laminates: A Precursor to Machine Learning
  • Wear Prognosis Based on Identified Damage Accumulation Models
  • Prediction of Residents’ Behavior Using Data Mining of Environmental Information


  • Sensor Acceleration Potential Field Identification of Wind Turbine Rotor Blades
  • Guided-Wave Excitation in Wind Turbine Structures Using Anisotropic Piezo-Fiber Transducers
  • Comparison of the Three Different Approaches for Damage Detection in the Part of the Composite Wind Turbine Blade
  • Investigation of Various Wind Turbine Drivetrain Condition Monitoring Techniques
  • Wind Turbine Structural Health Monitoring Using Optical Fiber Based Sensors
  • Development of Condition Monitoring Systems for Rotor Blades of Windmills
  • Applications of Digital Image Correlation and Dynamic Photogrammetry for Rotating and Non-Rotating Structures
  • On Field Wind Load Reconstruction for a 5MW Onshore Wind Energy Plant
  • Wind Energy’s New Role in Supplying the World’s Energy: What Role will Structural Health Monitoring Play?
  • Multi-Scale Monitoring of Wind Energy Plants Based on Agent Technology
  • Fatigue Test of an Experimental BSDS Wind Turbine Blade PZT Active Vibration Health Monitoring and Acoustic Emission Results
  • ROC Curves for Evaluating Sensor Performance as Low Energy Impacts Damage a Composite Wing


  • Short-Gage and Long-Gage Sensors: Applicability and Interpretation of Measurement
  • Vibration-Based Identification of Civic Bell Tower
  • Development and Testing of Smart CFRP Rods for Structural Health Monitoring
  • Development of Online Structural Health Monitoring and Ground Nondestructive System for Unmanned Composite Aerial Vehicles
  • Integrated Structural Health Monitoring Systems for Buildings
  • The ISMA Initiative: Collaborative International Research for the Advancement of Structural Health Monitoring
  • Structural Monitoring of Andirap Bridge for Overload Passage
  • Wireless Sensor Networks for Underground Railway Applications: The Light at the End of the Tunnel?
  • Static and Dynamic Health Monitoring of a High-Rise Building with Optical Fiber Sensor (SOFO)
  • A Mobile Agent-Based Wireless Sensing Network for SHM—Field Study at the Alamos Canyon Bridge
  • POF Sensors Integrated in Technical Textiles for Monitoring of Earthwork Structures and Masonry
  • Self Powered Wireless Sensor Network for Structural Bridge Health Prognosis: A 5-Year Research and Development Project for Infrastructure Sustainability


  • Strain Sensing Properties of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Film
  • Static and Dynamic Optical Measurement in SHM of Civil Structures
  • Piezoelectric Zinc Oxide-Polymer Nanocomposites for Sensing and Energy Harvesting
  • Theoretical Analysis of Multi-Mode Piezoelectric Vibration Energy Harvesters
  • Percolation Behavior and Electrical Conductivity of Magnetorheological Elastomers


  • Numerical Modeling of Non-Linear Ultrasonic Wave Propagation Using Cellular Automata
  • Crack Detection Diagnostics Using Ultrasonic Insonification
  • Application of Non-Linear Mechanical Wave Behavior to Characterize Cement Based Materials
  • Time Series Damage State Estimation Using Empirical Transfer Function Estimation Approach and Broadband Chirp Active Sensing
  • Behavior of Nonlinear Higher Harmonics in Plate and Rod Guided Waves
  • Investigation of Linear and Nonlinear Electromechanical Impedance Techniques for Detection of Fatigue Damage in Aerospace Materials


  • Design and Validation of a Structural Health Monitoring System for a Hot Spot on a Metallic Lug Component
  • Fatigue Crack Identification in Thick Steel Beam Using Guided Waves
  • The Use of Lamb Waves in Monitoring the Development of Sub-Surface Defects
  • Statistical Damage Estimation at Hot Spots Using Gaussian Mixture Model
  • The Early Stage Crack Detection Using Non-Linear Feature Extraction of the Self-Sensing Piezoelectric Impedance Measurements


  • Using Diffuse Vibrations Interferometry for Structural Health Monitoring of High-Speed Naval Ships
  • Impact Force Identification and Location on Isotropic and Composite Panels
  • Embedded Sensor System for Structural Health Monitoring of Composite Structures
  • Efficient Excitation Tailoring Using IIR Filters as Surrogates for Structural Models
  • Monitoring of a High Speed Naval Vessel Using a Wireless Hull Monitoring System
  • Support Vector Autoregression in the Structural Health Monitoring Paradigm
  • A Computational Framework to Model Damage Due to Corrosion in Aluminum Alloys
  • A Bayesian Approach to Identifying and Tracking Damage in Structures
  • Model-Based Structure Health Monitoring Using Parallel Stochastic Search Methods to Enable Inverse Solutions
  • Structural Health Monitoring for Ship Structures


  • Corrosion Monitoring of Metals with an Active Magnetic Sensing Scheme
  • Study of Temperature Induced Displacement for Cable Stayed Bridge Using Health Monitoring System
  • Evaluation of the Performance of a Distributed Structural Health Monitoring Algorithm for Wireless Sensing
  • Flexure-Based Mechatronic Mobile Sensors for Structure Damage Detection
  • Application of Wavelet Based Damage Sensitive Features for Structural Damage Diagnosis
  • Data Qualification and Error Quantification for Bridge Monitoring Systems in Connecticut
  • LMI-Based Robust Fault/Damage Detection and Isolation Using Eigenstructure Assignment Method
  • Tool Set for Monitoring of Prestressed Elements of PC-Structures
  • SHM of Chemically Bonded Anchors by Means of Acoustic Emission
  • Damage Detection Using Stochastic Subspace Identification with Partial Measurements
  • Baseline-Free Structural Damage Detection Using Chaotic Excitation
  • Integrated Monitoring of Civil Structures
  • Real-Time Health Monitoring of Historic Buildings with Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Development of a Wireless Sensor Network to Monitor Historic Structures
  • Fiber Bragg Grating Sensor for Fatigue Monitoring of Composite
  • A Framework for Damage Diagnosis on Civil Structures Using Rotation Measurements
  • Decentralized Damage Detection by Transfer Function Pole Migration in Dense Sensor Networks
  • Stress Monitoring in Prestressing Tendons for Post-Tensioned Concrete Structures by Nonlinear Ultrasonic Guided Waves
  • Experimental Verification of the Use of Control Systems to Improve SHM of Shear Structures
  • Optimal Sensor Placement on Cables of Cable-Stayed Bridges for Structural Damage Evaluation
  • Application of Parametric Bootstrap Technique for Damage Detection of a Scaled Reinforced Concrete Bridge
  • Signal-Based Information Processing Methods for the Structural Health Monitoring of Sustainable Architectures


  • Common Failure Modes Affecting the Performance of Aerospace Systems
  • Nonstationary Vibro-Acoustic Modulation for Crack Detection in a Representative Wing Attachment Fitting
  • Overview of Applications of Magnetostrictive-Based Sensors for SHM
  • Lessons Learned from the Deployment of Inspection Procedures for Complex Aircraft Structural Components
  • Model-Assisted Methods for Validation of Structural Health Monitoring Systems
  • Complex Aircraft Structures: An Initial Evaluation of Multiple Crack Detection Systems
  • Remendable Materials Using Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) to Solve Aerospace Problems


  • Feasibility Study of Rosette Transducers
  • Adhesive Layer Effects on Temperature-Sensitive Lamb Waves Induced by Surface-Mounted PZT Actuators
  • Propagation of Guided Waves and Their Interactions with Defects in a Composite Tail Boom Structure
  • The Wing for Small Aircraft Application with a Configuration of Fiber Bragg Grating Sensors
  • Disbond Detection in Composite Repairs Using Lamb Waves Excited and Detected by PZT Discs
  • Spectral Element Method for Wave Propagation Modeling in 2D and 3D Solids
  • Elastic Wave-Based Method for Condition Monitoring
  • Lamb Wave Propagation in a Hybrid Glass/Carbon Composite Laminate for Electromagnetic Shielding
  • Modelling of Wave Propagation and Impedance Spectra with the Spectral Element Method
  • An Investigation into the Instantaneous Phase of Guided Ultrasonic Waves in a Multi-Riveted Strap Joint Aluminum Panel
  • Simulation of Piezoelectric Induced Lamb Waves in Plates
  • Acoustic Wave Propagation in Thick Composite Honeycomb Panels with Faults
  • Experimental Verification of Damage Localisation Algorithm Based on Triangular PZT Transducers Network

Author Index for Volumes 1 and 2

Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, September 9-11, 2009

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