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Cementitious materials doped with carbon nanoparticles are robust materials capable of transducing strain into changes in electrical resistance. These properties encourage the development of spatially distributed sensors for structural health monitoring of concrete structures. Yet, very few applications of transducers made of cement-based nanocomposites to structural elements have been documented. The majority of applications are limited to measurement of static responses.
Ubertini, Filippo; Materazzi, Annibale L.; D'Alessandro, Antonella; and Laflamme, Simon, "Natural Frequencies Identification of a Reinforced Concrete Beam using Carbon Nanotube Cement-based Sensors." (2013). Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Publications. 77.