Digital Twins for Structural Health Monitoring of Ageing Transport Infrastructure
A case study in the UK
Current bridge maintenance and assessment techniques in the UK and worldwide are based on visual and tactile inspections, which are subjective and generally lead to conservative results. Based on such techniques, 20% of the UK’s 155k bridges are reported as structurally deficient. State-of-the-art technology such as digital twins integrated with real-time monitoring system could be exploited to address the shortcomings of current practice.
Continuing Professional Development
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30 Sep 2022
2:00pm - 3:30pm
London Local Network
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Dr. Farhad Huseynov
Senior Research Associate, Department of Engineering - University of Cambridge,
arhad Huseynov is a Senior Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, Dept of Engineering.
His research interests lie in the Structural Health Monitoring of bridges. During his PhD studies at the University College Dublin, he developed a technique using accelerometers that can measure rotations, generated by pendulum behaviour caused by gravity, with microradians accuracy, by far the most accurate rotation measurements available. He has also developed an effective bridge condition assessment methodology that can identify defects in bridges using direct rotation measurements. The method has been successfully validated on a full-scale railway bridge and is one of the first successful demonstrations of a damage detection application on a real bridge. Before joining Cambridge University, Farhad had worked as a senior bridge engineer in several industry-leading consultancy companies. He has worked on a wide range of projects including, but not limited to, medium-and long-span bridge design works and testing some of the iconic bridges in the UK such as the Queensferry Crossing.
Reasons to attend
To understand the current research developments in the field of Digital Twinning its application, and how state-of-the-art technologysuch as digital twins integrated with real-time monitoring systems could be expolited.
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11:30/11:40 Arrival for optional lunch
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12:00 to 13:45 – Optional lunch.
13:45 - Arrival for lecture
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14:00 to 14:45/15:00 – the lecture starts promptly at 14:00
14:45/15:00 to 15:30 approximately – questions and discussion
15:30 Optional tea/coffee in the Faraday Centre.
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