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Basics of the safety‐equivalent assessment of bridges with structural health monitoring

Basics of the safety‐equivalent assessment of bridges with structural health monitoring EDITOR‘S RECOMMENDATIONS This paper has been published in Ger- Structural Health Monitoring of bridges cept of existing structures. In this article man in Stahlbau 4/2019. requires a clear target, a measurement the basics of a measurement based assess- set-up that is tailored to the target as well ment and the implementation by modified Abstract: The condition and age of many as the continuous measurement of struc- (object-related) load models and corres- bridges in Germany on one hand and the tural behavior and suitable data analysis ponding safety elements are introduced. increasing traffic loads on the other re- strategies. The structural engineer, with quire additional methods of bridge assess- the knowledge about the structure, is in- Geißler, K.; Steffens, N. and Stein, R.: ment, because it‘s not possible to strength dispensable and heavy challenged by de- Grundlagen der sicherheitsäquivalenten or rebuild the bridges in the near future. termining of the target, the corresponding Bewertung von Brücken mit Bauwerks- In order to achieve a realistic estimation measurement concept and the analysis of monitoring, Stahlbau 88 (2019), Heft 4 of a structure with regard to the ultimate the measurement data using data reduc- limit state and the fatigue limit state a tion techniques. It‘s essential for the as- www.ernst-und-sohn.de/en/stahlbau supporting bridge monitoring system can sessment how the measurement based re- be very important. sults have to be related to the safety con- https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/ doi/10.1002/stab.201900018 Steel Construction 12 (2019), No. 2 123 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Steel Construction: Design and Research Wiley

Basics of the safety‐equivalent assessment of bridges with structural health monitoring

Steel Construction: Design and Research , Volume 12 (2) – May 1, 2019

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10.1002/stco.201970209
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Abstract

EDITOR‘S RECOMMENDATIONS This paper has been published in Ger- Structural Health Monitoring of bridges cept of existing structures. In this article man in Stahlbau 4/2019. requires a clear target, a measurement the basics of a measurement based assess- set-up that is tailored to the target as well ment and the implementation by modified Abstract: The condition and age of many as the continuous measurement of struc- (object-related) load models and corres- bridges in Germany on one hand and the tural behavior and suitable data analysis ponding safety elements are introduced. increasing traffic loads on the other re- strategies. The structural engineer, with quire additional methods of bridge assess- the knowledge about the structure, is in- Geißler, K.; Steffens, N. and Stein, R.: ment, because it‘s not possible to strength dispensable and heavy challenged by de- Grundlagen der sicherheitsäquivalenten or rebuild the bridges in the near future. termining of the target, the corresponding Bewertung von Brücken mit Bauwerks- In order to achieve a realistic estimation measurement concept and the analysis of monitoring, Stahlbau 88 (2019), Heft 4 of a structure with regard to the ultimate the measurement data using data reduc- limit state and the fatigue limit state a tion techniques. It‘s essential for the as- www.ernst-und-sohn.de/en/stahlbau supporting bridge monitoring system can sessment how the measurement based re- be very important. sults have to be related to the safety con- https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/ doi/10.1002/stab.201900018 Steel Construction 12 (2019), No. 2 123

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Steel Construction: Design and ResearchWiley

Published: May 1, 2019

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