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International Journal of Engineering Research in Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IJERMCE)

Monthly Journal for Mechanical and Civil Engineering

ISSN : 2456-1290 (Online)

Call For Paper : Vol 11, Issue 05, May 2024
Aspects Study and Discussion on ‘Structural Health’ with Reference to Pre-Construction and ongoing Construction Stage of a Structure

Author : Leena Prasad Aphale 1 Swapna Ashok Dhavale 2 Prasad Arun Aphale 3

Date of Publication :22nd February 2018

Abstract: Structural health monitoring is a technical process which has been activated or treated at post-construction level by the expertise and structural auditor. A lot of emphases has been given for the post-construction structural health monitoring techniques, but ‘Pre-construction’ and ‘During construction’ stage of a structure are also equally important so that minimum requirement of the process and best quality assurance will be achieved to make the project economically sustainable over a long period. While thinking for the above mentioned new aspect of health improvement, majorly three early stages are to be taken into consideration as- Architectural design and planning, structural and RCC design, and construction stage which make a ‘golden triangle’ where the major role of Architect, Structural engineer and the contractor is defined. This paper is a sincere effort to discuss and application of health improvement and monitoring aspects during pre-construction stage and ongoing construction process with the examples and remedial solutions.

Reference :

    1. Jayakumar Jivraj Shah, “Good construction practices to construct durable building (stuctures) part 2,” ISSE quarterly journal, vol. 19-4, pp. 13- 15, Oct-Nov-Dec 2017. 2. Jayakumar Jivraj Shah, “Good construction practices to construct durable building (stuctures) part 1,” ISSE quarterly journal, vol. 19-3, pp. 8-15, July-Aug-Sept 2017.

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