Bauwerke / Brückenüberwachung

Was wir tun

Campbell Scientific data-acquisition systems are used in structural and seismic monitoring projects ranging from simple beam-fatigue analysis, to structural mechanics research, to continuous monitoring of large, complex structures. Our systems provide remote, unattended, portable monitoring for highway overpasses, roads, buildings, retaining walls, and bridges. They are compatible with a wide variety of sensors and peripherals to fit your exact needs. Mehr erfahren

Sehen Sie einige spannende Projekte aus diesem Bereich, die mit unseren Produkten realisisert wurden.

Systeme

Es gibt keine aktuellen Produkte in dieser Kategorie. Die 'veralteten' sehen Sie unten.

Kundenspezifisches System entwerfen

Fast alle unserer Systeme sind speziell für den Kunden zusammengestellt. Teilen Sie uns mit was Sie brauchen, dann konfigurieren wir eine passende Station für Sie.

Weitere Details über unsere Brückenüberwachung Systeme

Bridges Monitored By Our Dataloggers

  • James Joyce Bridge—Dublin, Ireland
  • Bronx Whitestone Bridge—New York, NY
  • Brooklyn Bridge—New York, NY
  • Verrazano Narrows Bridge—New York, NY
  • Williamsburg Bridge—New York, NY
  • Throgs Neck Bridge—New York, NY
  • Medway Bridge—Kent, UK
  • Menai Bridge—North Wales
  • Confederation Bridge—Prince Edward Island, Canada
  • I-83 Ramp—Harrisburg, PA
  • Birmingham Bridge—Pittsburgh, PA
  • Sawmill Run Bridge—Pittsburgh, PA
  • Neville Island Bridge—Pittsburgh, PA
  • SR 33 Bridge—Easton, PA
  • Girard Point Bridge—Philadelphia, PA
  • Church Street Bridge—Melbourne, Australia
  • David Trumpy Bridge—Queensland, Australia
  • 15 Mile Creek Bridge—The Dalles, OR
  • I-5 Mckenzie Bridge—Eugene, OR
  • Willamette River Bridge—Willamette, OR
  • I-64 over Kanawha River—Charleston, WV
  • AMTRAK Susquehanna River Bridge—Perryville, MD

 Bridge Monitoring and Control

The versatility of our systems allows them to be customized for each application. We offer a range of dataloggers, from the most basic system with just a few channels to expandable systems that measure hundreds of channels. Scan rates can be programmed from a few hours to 100,000 times per second, depending on the datalogger model. Measurement types, recording intervals, and processing algorithms, are also programmable. Dataloggers not only provide advanced measurement capabilities, but can also control external devices.

Onboard processing instruction sets contain programmed algorithms that process measurements and output results in the desired units of measure. For example, data can be displayed as rainflow or level crossing histograms. These rainflow and level crossing algorithms allow processing for extended periods of time, not just a limited number of cycles. The instruction sets also allow for triggered output with pretrigger data capture capability. Triggers can be based on sensor output, time, and/or user control. For example, if an overpass is being monitored, data collection can be triggered by a sensor detecting the approach of a car, an earthquake, pre-programmed times, or by pushing a button.

The control functions of our dataloggers combined with their programmability allow them to sound alarms, actuate electrical devices, or shut down equipment based on time or measured conditions. Systems can also call out to phones, pagers, radios, and other devices to report site conditions. Voice-synthesized modems are available, so the system can actually call and tell you what is happening.

Sensors used in Bridge Monitoring

Because our dataloggers are compatible with nearly every commercially available sensor, you can use the sensors that best meet your application. Typical sensors used for structural and seismic monitoring by our systems include:

  • Carlson strain meters
  • vibrating wire strain gauges
  • foil strain gauges (set up in quarter, half, or full bridge strain configurations)
  • inclinometers
  • crack and joint sensors
  • tilt sensors
  • piezoresistive accelerometers
  • piezoelectric accelerometers
  • capacitive accelerometers
  • borehole accelerometers
  • servo force balance accelerometers

Because our dataloggers have many channel types and programmable inputs, all these sensor types can be measured by one datalogger. Channel types include analog (single-ended and differential), pulse counters, switched excitation, continuous analog output, digital I/O, and anti-aliasing filter. Using switched or continuous excitation channels, our dataloggers provide excitation for ratiometric bridge measurements.

Our configurable datalogger models, the CR9000X and CR9000XC, allow you to customize a system with the channel types that best fit your application. The number and type of channels on most of our dataloggers are expandable using multiplexers and other measurement peripherals. Our dataloggers have input resolutions to 0.16 microvolts, allowing strain measurements with a resolution of a single micro-strain.

Communications

The availability of multiple communications options for retrieving, storing, and displaying data also allows systems to be customized to meet exact needs. On-site communication options include direct connection to a PC or laptop, PC cards, storage modules, and datalogger keyboard/display. Telecommunication options include short-haul, telephone (including voice-synthesized and cellular), radio frequency, multidrop, and satellite.

Software

Our Windows-based software simplifies datalogger programming, data retrieval, and report generation. The datalogger program can be modified at any time to accommodate different sensor configurations or new data processing requirements.

Example Application: Monitoring an Overpass

Campbell Scientific's monitoring systems are used for a variety of structural and seismic applications. Monitoring possibilities on an overpass include:

Overview of overpass monitoring

 

Anwendungsbeispiele

California: Irrigation Control
Alfalfa is a thirsty crop. It uses more than 20 percent of all of the......lesen Sie mehr
Pennsylvania: Field Testing the Shippingport Bridge
The Shippingport Bridge spans the Ohio River in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Constructed in 1961, the......lesen Sie mehr
Minnesota: Bridge Disaster Recovery
On August 1, 2007, the I-35W St. Anthony Falls Bridge over the Mississippi River in......lesen Sie mehr
Louisiana: Monitoring Bridge Expansion
The four main spans of the Huey P. Long Bridge extend nearly 2,400 ft over......lesen Sie mehr
Illinois: Safeguarding Highways
The Illinois Department of Transportation ran tests on twelve interstate highway bridges in Illinois along......lesen Sie mehr
Williamsburg Bridge: Load Testing
Lehigh University researchers have been on the forefront of field instrumentation and testing of bridges,......lesen Sie mehr
Montana: Bridge Deck Performance
Amidst a vast expanse of farming and range lands, bridge designers from the Montana Department......lesen Sie mehr
Canada, Confederation Bridge: Structural Monitoring
The Confederation Bridge is one of the world's longest continuous pre-stressed-concrete, box-girder, bridges built over......lesen Sie mehr

FAQs für

Number of FAQs related to Brückenüberwachung: 1

  1. Most Campbell Scientific systems are built from individual components. This provides maximum flexibility for our customers, but it does not lend itself to pricing a "typical" system. Contact Campbell Scientific for assistance in pricing a system to meet the unique needs of the application.

The following is a list of companies that have developed expertise in our products and provide consulting, installation, and other services for brückenüberwachung applications.