Discipline: Technology and Engineering
Subcategory: Civil/Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineering
Florantine Joseph - Howard University
Co-Author(s): Eduardo Ismael-Hernandez and Laura M. Rodriguez Peralta
The study seeks to present an innovative technique in order to adequately identify damages in structures from seismic activity using sensor systems at the Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla in Puebla, Mexico. The study addressees several aspects of structures in order to provide a paradigm for assessing structural vulnerability. These components include (1) movement, (2) loading properties, (3) dimensional properties, (4) seismic vibration frequencies, and (5) material properties. Using sensory monitoring techniques and combining it with Fast-Fourier Transform and the Simplified Reference System method, damages in structures can be localized and dealt with accordingly. Together the components of the study will be successful in providing a framework for implementing sensors for deterioration control not only in Mexico but in other countries around the world.
Funder Acknowledgement(s): National Science Foundation
Faculty Advisor: Ayanna Johnson, email@example.com
Role: Reassessing the parameter and findings for the previous work conducted on the T-building located at the Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla in Puebla, Mexico.