The present invention relates to a stress sensor for monitoring the health state of fabricated structures such as constructions, buildings, infrastructures and the like. Here below, specific reference will be made to concrete building structures, without thereby limiting the scope of the invention to this type of structure and/or this material. The invention applies in general to structures or parts of structures of any type that are fabricated from liquid or fluid materials at the time of fabrication or production and then hardened, for example plastics, for which it is desired to monitor the stress state over time.

Stress sensor for monitoring the health state of fabricated structures such as constructions, buildings, infrastructures and the like / Guidetti, Elio; Abbasi Gavarti, Mohammad; Caltabiano, Daniele; Bertagnoli, Gabriele. - (2017).

Stress sensor for monitoring the health state of fabricated structures such as constructions, buildings, infrastructures and the like.

Bertagnoli Gabriele
2017

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The present invention relates to a stress sensor for monitoring the health state of fabricated structures such as constructions, buildings, infrastructures and the like. Here below, specific reference will be made to concrete building structures, without thereby limiting the scope of the invention to this type of structure and/or this material. The invention applies in general to structures or parts of structures of any type that are fabricated from liquid or fluid materials at the time of fabrication or production and then hardened, for example plastics, for which it is desired to monitor the stress state over time.
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