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Published: Građevinar 62 (2010) 10
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Monitoring for special civil engineering facilities

Mladenko Rak, Joško Krolo, Ljudevit Herceg, Vladimir Čalogović, Želimir Šimunić

Abstract

The paper starts by defining the term "monitoring" and its use in civil engineering practice. The purpose of monitoring is explained as a process conducted to inspect behaviour of facilities during their construction and subsequent use. The condition of the facility and various parameters such as deformation, temperature, moisture, displacements, and corrosion, are monitored. Monitoring examples are given for

Keywords
deformations, high temperature, moisture, displacements, monitoring, corrosion, civil engineering facility

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE:

Rak, M., Krolo, J., Herceg, L., Čalogović, V., Šimunić, Ž.: Monitoring for special civil engineering facilities, GRAĐEVINAR, 62 (2010) 10

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Rak, M., Krolo, J., Herceg, L., Čalogović, V., Šimunić, Ž. (2010). Monitoring for special civil engineering facilities, GRAĐEVINAR, 62 (10)
Authors:

Mladenko Rak
University of Zagreb,
Faculty of Civil Engineering
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Joško Krolo
University of Zagreb,
Faculty of Civil Engineering

Ljudevit Herceg
University of Zagreb,
Faculty of Civil Engineering

Vladimir Čalogović
University of Zagreb,
Faculty of Civil Engineering

Želimir Šimunić
University of Zagreb,
Faculty of Civil Engineering