Two-dimensional strain field data from Distributed Optical Fibre Sensors in a wall element - Strain data from distributed optic fibre sensors of a wall element loaded under three-point test
SND-ID: 2022-121-1. Version: 1. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5878/r6t3-5w03
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Ignasi Fernandez - Chalmers University of Technology, Architecture and Civil Engineering
Chalmers University of Technology - Architecture and Civil Engineering
The data included in this dataset basically consists in strain measurement of fibre optic sensor, i.e. BRUSens V9 cables, deployed in a multi-layer configuration at the mid-section of a wall element. The equipment to measure the strains from the sensors is an ODISI 6004 from Luna ink. which uses the Rayleight backscatter technology.
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Architecture and Civil Engineering
- Funding agency: Smart Built Environment
- Funding agency's reference number: 2019-01793
- Project name on the application: Effective management and maintenance of infrastructure with augmented reality
Ignasi Fernandez, Carlos G. Berrocal, Rasmus Rempling, Two-dimensional strain field analysis of reinforced concrete D-regions based on distributed optical fibre sensors, Engineering Structures, Volume 278, 2023, 115562, ISSN 0141-0296, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.engstruct.2022.
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