CEGE 5416: Sensors in Infrastructure

3 Credits

As sensors become part of practice in CEGE fields, an understanding of instrumentation and their application to engineering problems becomes essential. This course will highlight the interdisciplinary nature of using sensors in engineering applications and how previous coursework can be applied. The sensors covered will range from mechanical measurements (e.g. strain, displacement, and acceleration) to environmental measurements (e.g. temperature, oxygen concentration, and wind speed), and non-destructive techniques. In addition to class lectures, instruments and data acquisition will be explored in lab experiments. prereq: CEGE 3402, AEM 3031

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