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Design of a Corrosion Detection System for a Shelter Structure

T. C. NULL, D. L. PARKER, J. VREULS

Abstract


The location of sensors on a structure has a large impact on the success of any damage detection method. Heuristically placing many sensors on a structure does not guarantee damage will be detected. By designing sensor locations to be optimally placed and specific to the structure, the number of sensors needed to detect damage can be limited [1]. This has many benefits including reducing data confusion, as well as minimizing the weight added to the structure.

doi: 10.12783/SHM2015/137


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