Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) is a non-destructive in situ damage detection process for critical industrial and infrastructure assets. It integrates sensors into the target structure and allows continuous monitoring while the structure is still in service. It enables operators to identify the damage without the expense or time required to take the structure out of service, then disassemble and manually inspect it.
- Detecting the existence of the damages on the structure
- Locating the damages
- Identifying the type and size of the damages
- Predicting the life expectancy of the structure
The Structural Health Monitoring solutions can be applied into a wide range of applications, including trains, ships, aircraft, oil refineries, gas utilities, pipelines, power plants, chemical processing plants, bridges, tunnels, high-riser buildings, and other capital-intensive assets.
Our mission is to provide the best Structural Health Monitoring solutions to increase safety and longevity of the critical assets and reduce downtime by optimizing operation and maintenance activities. This provides bottom-line savings and risk mitigation for our customers.
Broadsens SHM system benefits
Ultrasonic System for Structural Health Monitoring
Broadsens ultrasonic system is one of the most effective in-situ non-destructive detection methods. It integrates a grid of piezoelectric transducers into the target structure, sends and receives ultrasonic pulses, and analyzes changes in wave patterns to identify and describe structure conditions, both internally and on the surface.
Our patent pending technologies also uses other sensors with various sensing capabilities, such as temperature, accelerations, angular speeds, strains, pressures, to further analyze the structural behaviors and conditions to give the most accurate structural damage information.
Structural Health Monitoring System
Features and Highlights
- Best ultrasound signal quality in the industry
- High signal-to-noise ratio
- High dynamic range
- High sampling rate
- High precision in A/D and D/A conversion
- Long transmission distance
- Patent-pending mechanically strengthened ultrasonic transducers
- Compact and light weight
- Easy to install
- Low power
- Advanced damage detection algorithms