What is it about?
- Photo‐Node, a new method for assessing beam-to-column joints based on photogrammetric computer vision. - Photo‐Node is a noncontact method used to directly monitoring concrete surfaces, developed to measure the relevant physical parameters of reinforcement concrete beam column joints during experimental tests.
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Why is it important?
- The response of beam-to-column joints is fundamental for structural analysis of reinforcement concrete frames -Monitoring the key parameters of those joints is essential to perform a detailed analysis of the structure - are often difficult to obtain and only a few sections in critical regions are assessed - Methods based on computer vision have been applied to monitoring reinforced concrete structures with excellent results -accuracy achieved and the large quantity of information recorded
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This page is a summary of: Method for assessing beam column joints in RC structures using photogrammetric computer vision, Structural Control and Health Monitoring, January 2017, Wiley, DOI: 10.1002/stc.2013.
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