Italy is one of the Nation with the wider number of cultural heritage buildings and the monitoring of their health is the only way to preserve them. The integration of traditional Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) system in historical buildings is often very difficult due to the raw material employed, the geometric complexity of the constructions and the need to monitor multiple control points. Aim of the paper is to extend the monitoring of masonry historical constructions by using an innovative approach based on the use of finite elements mathematical models to detect a reduced number of points to monitor and establish the maximum stress that they can bear before to consider the whole structure in danger. Then an IoT based SHM for the online evaluation of the control point stress is proposed.

A Novel Mathematical Structural Model Approach for Low Cost Structural Health Monitoring System

Scuro C.;Porzio S.;Demarco F.;Carni D. L.;Lamonaca F.;Olivito R. S.
2020

Abstract

Italy is one of the Nation with the wider number of cultural heritage buildings and the monitoring of their health is the only way to preserve them. The integration of traditional Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) system in historical buildings is often very difficult due to the raw material employed, the geometric complexity of the constructions and the need to monitor multiple control points. Aim of the paper is to extend the monitoring of masonry historical constructions by using an innovative approach based on the use of finite elements mathematical models to detect a reduced number of points to monitor and establish the maximum stress that they can bear before to consider the whole structure in danger. Then an IoT based SHM for the online evaluation of the control point stress is proposed.
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