Structural Health Monitoring In Historical Buildings Using A Low Cost Wireless Sensor Network (bibtex)
by Konstantinos Bezas, Vasileios Komianos, Konstantinos Oikonomou, George Koufoudakis, Georgios Tsoumanis
Abstract:
Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) in historical buildings is achieved by sensing the structure's ambient vibrations. Technological advances in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) provide potential for non-intrusive monitoring approaches. A common challenge among WSN applications is the synchronization of the participating sensors, in order to collect reliable information. The current work proposes a broadcast-based lightweight synchronization process which is tested for its effectiveness in a small scale multi-hop ad-hoc network under lab conditions. The two experiments conducted in the context of this study, show that the performance of the synchronization initially places timers within a range of zero to three milliseconds and explore the effect of sensors' clock drifts and the resulted accumulation of synchronization deviation over time.
Reference:
Konstantinos Bezas, Vasileios Komianos, Konstantinos Oikonomou, George Koufoudakis, Georgios Tsoumanis, "Structural Health Monitoring In Historical Buildings Using A Low Cost Wireless Sensor Network", In 2019 4th South-East Europe Design Automation, Computer Engineering, Computer Networks and Social Media Conference (SEEDA-CECNSM), pp. 1-4, 2019.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{bezas2019structural,
	Abstract = {Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) in historical buildings is achieved by sensing the structure's ambient vibrations. Technological advances in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) provide potential for non-intrusive monitoring approaches. A common challenge among WSN applications is the synchronization of the participating sensors, in order to collect reliable information. The current work proposes a broadcast-based lightweight synchronization process which is tested for its effectiveness in a small scale multi-hop ad-hoc network under lab conditions. The two experiments conducted in the context of this study, show that the performance of the synchronization initially places timers within a range of zero to three milliseconds and explore the effect of sensors' clock drifts and the resulted accumulation of synchronization deviation over time.},
	Author = {Bezas, Konstantinos and Komianos, Vasileios and Oikonomou, Konstantinos and Koufoudakis, George and Tsoumanis, Georgios},
	Booktitle = {2019 4th South-East Europe Design Automation, Computer Engineering, Computer Networks and Social Media Conference (SEEDA-CECNSM)},
	Doi = {10.1109/SEEDA-CECNSM.2019.8908531},
	Issn = {null},
	Keywords = {own, refereed, olinet},
	Month = {Sep.},
	Pages = {1-4},
	Title = {{{Structural Health Monitoring In Historical Buildings Using A Low Cost Wireless Sensor Network}}},
	Venue = {Piraeus, Greece},
	Year = {2019},
	Bdsk-Url-1 = {https://doi.org/10.1109/SEEDA-CECNSM.2019.8908531}}
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