Structural health monitoring in civil engineering
Launch event for CIRIA's new good practice guide for structural health monitoring in civil engineering.
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The need for civil infrastructure to have a longer and more informed life, coupled with recent developments in technology, has led to a growth in the use of SHM in asset management. Improved information and understanding gained from SHM can provide support to those responsible and/or tasked with making engineering judgements and decisions on when and how to intervene in the life cycle of infrastructure assets.
• Gain insight from the project team as they provide an overview of the guide and
• Learn how the new guidance complements CIRIA Hidden defects in bridges – guide
for detection and management (C764)
• Hear how using continuous sensor-based structural health monitoring (CS-SHM),
a powerful quantitative type of system, should become an integral part of civil
infrastructure asset management.
• Have and opportunity to quiz the speakers through a live Q&A session
• Earn valuable CPD points
11:00 Welcome and introduction
Donald Pearson Kirk, Technical Director – Structures Investigation Group, WSP
11:05 Welcome and brief overview of CIRIA
Kieran Tully, Associate Director, CIRIA
11:10 Structural health monitoring in civil engineering - an introduction to the guide
Peter Sparkes, Associate Director, Bridges & Structures, AECOM
John Webb, Regional Director, Transportation, AECOM
11:55 Discussion and Q&A
12:10 Closing remarks
Who should attend
This guidance and this webinar will be of interest to civil infrastructure owners and operators, client advisors, specifiers, designers, managers and maintainers.
Wednesday 15 July 2020
11:00 - 12:30
CIRIA members: FREE
Non-members: £35 + VAT
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