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2018

McAlorum, Jack and Perry, Marcus and Fusiek, Grzegorz and Niewczas, Pawel and Mckeeman, Iain James and Rubert, Tim (2018) Deterioration of cracks in onshore wind turbine foundations. Engineering Structures, 167. pp. 121-131. ISSN 0141-0296

2017

McAlorum, J. and Rubert, T. and Fusiek, G. and Mckeeman, I. and Clayburn, L. and Perry, M. and Niewczas, P. (2017) Comparison of epoxy and braze-welded attachment methods for FBG strain gauges. In: IEEE SENSORS 2017, 2017-10-29 - 2017-11-01, Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre.

McAlorum, J. and Mckeeman, I. and Perry, M. and Clayburn, L. and Niewczas, P. (2017) Predicting freeze-thaw damage using tipping point analysis of strain data. In: SMAR2017, 2017-09-13 - 2017-09-15, ETH Zurich.

Perry, Marcus and McAlorum, Jack and Fusiek, Grzegorz and Niewczas, Pawel and McKeeman, Iain and Rubert, Tim (2017) Crack monitoring of operational wind turbine foundations. Sensors, 17 (8). ISSN 1424-8220

Mckeeman, Iain James and Niewczas, Pawel and Khan, Saadat (2017) A comparison of brazed metal and epoxied fibre Bragg grating strain sensors under high strain regimes. In: 25th International Conference on Optical Fiber Sensors. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, Bellingham, WA. ISBN 9781510610910

2016

Mckeeman, I and Fusiek, G and Perry, M and Johnston, M and Saafi, M and Niewczas, P and Walsh, M and Khan, S (2016) First-time demonstration of measuring concrete prestress levels with metal packaged fibre optic sensors. Smart Materials and Structures, 25 (9). ISSN 0964-1726

Perry, M and McKeeman, I and Saafi, M and Niewczas, P (2016) Wireless surface acoustic wave sensors for displacement and crack monitoring in concrete structures. Smart Materials and Structures, 25 (3). ISSN 0964-1726

2015

Perry, M. and Fusiek, G. and McKeeman, I. and Niewczas, P. and Saafi, M. (2015) Metal-Packaged fibre Bragg grating strain sensors for surface mounting onto spalled concrete wind turbine foundations. In: Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. SPIE. ISBN 9781628418392

McKeeman, I. and Niewczas, P. and Johnston, M. (2015) Identifying fabrication defects of metal packaged fibre Bragg grating sensors for smart pre-stressing strands. In: 2015 IEEE Workshop on Environmental, Energy, and Structural Monitoring Systems, EESMS 2015 - Proceedings. IEEE, Piscataway, NJ., pp. 61-65. ISBN 9781479982141

McKeeman, I. and Fusiek, G. and Perry, M. and Niewczas, P. and Johnston, M. (2015) In-situ temperature calibration procedure for temperature and strain fibre Bragg grating sensors for monitoring pre-stressing strands. In: Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. SPIE. ISBN 9781628418392

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