A Wireless, Passive Embedded Sensor for Real-time Monitoring of Water Content in Civil Engineering Materials Justin B. Ong a, Zhanping You b, Julian Mills-Bealeb, Ee Lim Tana, Brandon D. Perelesa and Keat Ghee Ong a,* a Department of Biomedical Engineering, Michigan Technological University, 1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton MI 49931. b Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Michigan Technological University, 1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton MI 49931. IEEE Sensors 2008
LC Sensor Applications in Civil Engineering monitoring of water within asphalt concrete pavement structures trapped water or moisture from precipitation, snowmelts, subsurface water tables and run-off strip the asphalt cement from the coarse aggregates, damaging the structural integrity of the pavement. weak spots (water concentration zones) in the concrete components of bridge structures, thus preventing issues such as freeze thaw (i.e., expansion and contraction of civil structures due to weather effect on ice lenses). to determine water penetration in hydraulic structures such as dams and flood restraining embankments.
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