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Phase II: Correlation Between Experimental and Finite Element Analysis
In this study, we will monitor the behavior of the Alaska Chulitna Bridge for the specific purpose of assisting the DOT in performing an accurate condition assessment of this bridge. Based on the state-of-the-art SHM knowledge and technologies with a specific interest in those which could be used on bridges in cold, remote ...
Investigation of Anchor Nut Loosening in High-Mast Light Poles Using Field Monitoring and Finite Element Analysis
High mast lighting poles (HMLPs) are cost effective structures for lighting highways and intersections. They are 100 to 250 feet (30m to 76m) tall, and can hold a variety of lamp configurations. They are commonly used at highway interchanges because a single unit effectively covers more area than the typical, approximately ...