A autonomous, wireless carbon nanotube strain sensor embedded in concrete for crack monitoring

Résumé : We describe the prototyping of a battery-powered, RFID-enabled carbon nanotube strain sensor for concrete strain and crack monitoring. A series of 10 prototypes has been embedded in a real structure. After a year it is still providing valuable information on the state of the structure. The final volume of the embedded module is 43cm3, the lowest volume reported to date in the field of embedded monitoring of concrete.
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Fulvio Michelis, Laurence Bodelot, Jean-Marc Laheurte, Fadi Zaki, Yvan Bonnassieux, et al.. A autonomous, wireless carbon nanotube strain sensor embedded in concrete for crack monitoring. IEEE-NEMS 2016 - The 11th Annual IEEE International Conference on Nano/Micro Engineered and Molecular Systems, Apr 2016, Matsushima Bay, Japan. 14p. ⟨hal-01393369⟩

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