题目：BAM Activities in Fibre-optic Sensor based Structural Health Monitoring (SHM)
简介：Selected projects of the Fibre-Optic Sensor (FOS) division at the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) will be presented. This will give an overview about the broad activities in SHM as well as activities devoted to the materials research.
题目：Selected R&D topics for reliable use of fibre-optic sensors in SHM
简介：This part of the presentation will focus on scientific investigations to clarify some not yet completely solved aspects in fibre sensing technology as well as on research activities to ensure reliable and reproducible application and operation of fibre sensors under practical conditions. Motivation for these activities is the necessarily accelerated transfer of scientific solutions into practical use. An outlook on international activities and on standardization activities is also given.
Wolfgang R. Habel教授简介
Wolfgang R. Habel received the diploma degree in theoretical methods of electrical engineering in 1972 and began his career in development of superconducting cable terminations for high-power energy transmission. After almost 9 years research in electrical engineering, he joined the East German Academy of Building in 1981 and was developing electronic control systems for the industrial production of concrete components for four years.
Since 1984 he has been engaged in research and development of fibre-optic data communication systems and eventually since 1986 in development of fibre-optic sensors for monitoring of engineering structures and characterization of building materials. He got the PhD degree from the Technical University of Berlin, Faculty of Civil Engineering (CE), with thesis on fibre-optic sensors embedded in cementitious materials to measure their micro deformations at very early ages.
1997 he entered the BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing in Berlin/Germany and extended his R&D activities to fibre-optic sensor technologies for characterization of high-performance materials and monitoring of different structures, e. g. in geotechnical areas, of high-voltage accessories, in aeronautics. He has been leading several application-oriented R&D projects in different fields and supervising several PhD students.
His current research focuses on development of methodologies for the reliable use of applied fibre-optic strain sensors including the development of guidelines and standards for definition, characterization and appropriate application of fibre-optic sensors. For this purpose, he
- initiated research projects to close knowledge gaps and is engaged in national and international societies,
- was engaged in completing the generic IEC standard for fibre-optic sensors,
- is leading the development of the IEC 61757-2 “Fiber optic sensors - Strain measurement - Part 1 Fibre Bragg grating” in the IEC Sub-Committee SC86C, Working Group2.
He is also Chair of the expert committee “Fibre-optic measurement technology” of the Association of German Engineers (VDI), member of the Technical Committee AS-3: “Fiber Optics and Applied Photonics” of the SAE Society of Automotive Engineers, and also of the Expert Committee: “SHM - Structural Health Monitoring” of the German Society for Non-Destructive Testing (DGzfP). He is Vice-Chair of the European COST Action TD1001 “Novel and Reliable Optical Fibre Sensor Systems for Future Security and Safety Applications”, Vice-President and President-elect of the International Society for SHM (ISHMII) and was organizing the ISHMII’s workshop on SHM in Civil Engineering (CSHM-4) held in Berlin in November 2012.
He is author and co-author of numerous scientific papers, invited presentations and gave guest lectures at different Universities in Europe, US and Asia. He wrote several chapters in scientific books and holds patents.