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A Development of Real-time Vibration Monitoring and Analysis System Linked to the Integrated Management System of Ministry of Public Safety and Security
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A Development of Real-time Vibration Monitoring and Analysis System Linked to the Integrated Management System of Ministry of Public Safety and Security
Lim, Ji-Hoon; Jung, Jin-Woo; Moon, Dae-Joong; Choi, Dong-Ho;
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 Abstract
A frequency of earthquake occurrence in the Republic of Korea is increasing over the past few decades. In this situation, an importance of earthquake prevention comes to the fore because the earthquake does damage to structures and causes severe damage of human life. For the earthquake prevention, a real-time vibration measurement for structures is important. As an example, the United States of America and Japan have already been monitoring real-time earthquake acceleration for the important structures and the measured acceleration data has been managed by forming database. This database could be used for revising the seismic design specifications or predicting the damage caused by earthquake. In Korea, Earthquake Recovery Plans Act and Enforcement Regulations are revised and declared lately. Ministry of Public Safety and Security is constructing a integrated management system for the measured earthquake acceleration data. The purpose of this research is to develop a real-time vibration monitoring and analysis system for structures which links to the integrated management system. The developed system contains not only a monitoring function to show real-time acceleration data but also an analysis system to perform fast fourier transform, to obtain natural frequency and earthquake magnitude, to show response spectrum and power spectrum, and to evaluate structural health. Additionally, this system is designed to be able to link to the integrated management system of Ministry of Public Safety and Security. It is concluded that the developed system can be useful to build a safety management network, minimize maintenance cost of structures, and prevention of the structural damage due to earthquake.
 Keywords
Ambient vibration measurement;Signal and statistical process;Structural health evaluation;Seismic data analysis;Data connection technique;
 Language
Korean
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