Accounting for Environmental Effects during Monitoring of the Dowling Hall Footbridge.

Moaveni, Babak.
Behmanesh, Iman.
2017

This document provides an overview of three different studies to investigate the effects of ambient temperature on dynamic properties of the Dowling Hall Footbridge and how to account for these effects in structural identification. In the first study, different static (polynomial) and dynamic (autoregressive) models were proposed to represent the relationship between the identified natural frequen... read more

Subjects
Footbridges.
Structural health monitoring.
Tufts University. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/010287
Original publication
B. Moaveni and I. Behmanesh. Accounting for Environmental Effects during Monitoring of the Dowling Hall Footbridge. ASCE Structural Health Monitoring Applications Case Study Archive.
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