Poster 18-27

Wireless Sensing and Bridge Weigh-In-Motion


PI: Yang Wang

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Institution(s): Georgia Institute of Technology


Abstract

This project seeks to develop a low-cost wireless system for BWIM (bridge weigh-in-motion). The system incorporates a next-generation high-fidelity portable wireless sensing system, named Martlet. This poster presents preliminary work completed towards achieving the goal of BWIM. Field installation of the sensors and control testing has been completed. Using wireless sensing data in-situ, vibration modal analysis of the bridge structure has been performed. Bridge weigh-in-motion performance has been evaluated using a simulation model.


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