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Paper "The influence of environmental parameters on the dynamic behaviour of the San Frediano bell tower in Lucca"

This paper aims at assessing the influence of environmental parameters on the modal characteristics of age-old masonry constructions. The results of a long-term ambient vibration monitoring of the San Frediano bell tower in Lucca (Italy) are reported. The tower, dating back to the 11th century, has been fitted along its height with four triaxial seismometric stations, which were left active for about one year.

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.engstruct.2017.10.045

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Abstract Submission Extended Civil-Comp 2019 Special Session CC16. Structural Health Monitoring and Model Updating for Heritage Structures

Dear colleague,

the abstract submission deadline for

CIVIL-COMP 2019

The Sixteenth International Conference on Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering Computing

16-19 September 2019 Riva Del Garda Congress Centre, Lake Garda, Italy

http://www.civil-compconf.com/

is extended to 6th May 2019.

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Call for Abstract Submission to Civil-Comp 2019 Special Session CC16. Structural Health Monitoring and Model Updating for Heritage Structures

Dear Colleagues,

You are cordially invited to submit your abstract to our Special Session CC16. Structural Health Monitoring and Model Updating for Heritage Structures for The Sixteenth International Conference on Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering Computing (Civil-Comp 2019).

Date & Location: 16-19 September 2019, Riva del Garda Italy.

Abstract submission deadline: 15 April 2019.

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A novel impact identification algorithm based on a linear approximation with maximum entropy

Paper Accepted for Publication in Smart Materials and Structures

N. Sanchez, V. Meruane, A. Ortiz-Bernardin, “A novel impact identification algorithm based on a linear approximation with maximum entropy.”

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Post-Doctoral Fellowship in life-prediction of polymer composites and Structural Health Monitoring at the University of Alabama

 

A Post-Doctoral Research Fellow with background in testing and life-prediction of polymer composites and Structural Health Monitoring is sought. The appointment is anticipated to start from November 2012, and continue for two years. Interested applicants please send a complete resume to:

 

Prof. Samit Roy

Dept. of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics University of Alabama

Email: sroy@eng.ua.edu

Ph: (205) 348 5883

http://unix.eng.ua.edu/~sroy/ 

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Postdoctoral Position at Penn State University in Multiscale Computational Dynamics

We have an immediate opening in the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics for a postdoctoral research associate in multiscale modeling and computational mechanics. The focus of this position is on the modeling, simulation, and analysis of the nonlinear evolution of coupled macro/microstructure in failure processes, with an emphasis toward structural health monitoring. Coupled-field models using continuum damage variables will be used to study the fundamental spatiotemporal features of damage evolution, particularly regarding the nature and origin of unpredictability in damage processes. The candidate must have a solid general background in theoretical mechanics and dynamics, and be familiar with nonlinear finite element analysis

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