RECORDING AND ANALYSIS OF ANOMALIES APPEARING IN STRUCTURES OF WOODEN CONSTRUCTION OBJECTS USING THE 3D LASER SCANNER
Published: 31 May 2015
Abstract: Every construction object is built according to a project which should be developed with particular diligence by the designer, in such a way that the effect of their work is safe in use and serves people properly. The contractor and the implementer of the project also have to perform their work in an accurate and meticulous way. It is generally known that every construction object commissioned for use moves. This is why it is often possible to observe various phenomena confirming the movement of structural elements. They include deflections, deformations, scratches and cracks. The article shows an example of possibilities of the use of laser scanning technology in observation and analysis of damages and deformations of structural parts. It is a technology which serves for capturing of three-dimensional data of the measurable elements of space; it can help finding defects and monitoring structures. Such actions may contribute to quicker detection of dangerous "behaviours" of buildings – which often show signs of imminent disaster – and to the implementation of preventive and precautionary measures.
Keywords: 3d measurement, laser scanning, wooden construction diagnostics
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