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Structural Health Monitoring - Impact of Technology Innovations and Emerging Opportunities (Technical Insights)

Smart sensors and nanotechnology Poised to Impact SHM

  • Research Code : D66D-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : AE00196-GL-TR_00196
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  • Release Date : 20-Apr-2015
  • Region : Global
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Structural health monitoring (SHM) is a process of damage detection and prevention of high value or critical assets, such as bridges, buildings, aircraft, pipelines, and so on. Different types of sensors and detection systems are being explored for assessment of structural integrity. SHM technologies not only detect the ongoing damage of a structure, but also facilitate lifetime prediction of the structure. This research service assesses the key innovations, advancements in materials and technology and emerging opportunities in SHM sector. The focus of the research is on the use of SHM in key applications, such as aerospace, civil engineering, energy, and automotive among others and the trends in these respective applications.
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