Research on the Bridge Safety Monitoring System Based on Wi-Fi Network Technology

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This paper mainly discusses a method based on Wi-Fi network technology cluster bridge safety monitoring system. In bridge safety monitoring center can be displayed at the same time, analysis of many bridge safety monitoring status, is convenient for decision makers to different budgets, optimize regional bridge within cluster maintenance; through the cluster type bridge safety monitoring, can be realized on the spread over a larger area of bridge security state data comparison, unified management, completely changed the previous single bridge safety monitoring system to realize the information sharing between the" information island" situation, more convenient to the regional environment, similar to different bridge structure or different environment, similar to bridge structure safety status of the longitudinal, transverse analysis comparison and research, which is beneficial to promote the optimum design of bridge structure, and based on the bridge maintenance and reinforcement.

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Chunliang Zhang and Paul P. Lin

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1535-1538

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G. M. Jiang and J. B. Song, "Research on the Bridge Safety Monitoring System Based on Wi-Fi Network Technology", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 226-228, pp. 1535-1538, 2012

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November 2012

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