Temporary earth restraining structure (Singapore)

Elena Gaura, M. Allen, Ross Wilkins

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Abstract

This case study describes the deployment of a prototype wireless sensor network (WSN) on the temporary earth restraining structure (TERS) of a mass rapid transit (MRT) construction site in Singapore, monitoring strain and environmental conditions. The primary goal of this deployment is to validate the WSN design (i.e. wireless communication and validity of measurements) and to provide an archive of high-resolution strain data (15 min intervals) for offline analysis.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWireless Sensor Networks for Civil Infrastructure Monitoring
EditorsDavid Rodenas-Herráiz, Kenichi Soga, Paul R. A. Fidler, Nicholas de Battista
PublisherICE Publishing
Pages153-160
ISBN (Print)978-0-7277-6151-4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jul 2016

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Gaura, E., Allen, M., & Wilkins, R. (2016). Temporary earth restraining structure (Singapore). In D. Rodenas-Herráiz, K. Soga, P. R. A. Fidler, & N. de Battista (Eds.), Wireless Sensor Networks for Civil Infrastructure Monitoring (pp. 153-160). ICE Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1680/wsncim.61514.153