Mechatronics for Cultural Heritage and Civil Engineering
This book, just published by Springer, presents recent advances in mechatronic and integrated monitoring and management systems with applications to architectural, archaeology survey, construction management and civil engineering.
It is divided into three main sections: “Robotics and Automation”, “Digital Technologies for Cultural Heritage” and “Civil Structural Health Monitoring”.
The book is edited by Vincenzo Gattulli together with Erika Ottaviano, and Assunta Pelliccio.
Other recent Springer publications by members of the department, also available in the library, include:
D. Capecchi, The Path to Post-Galilean Epistemology. Reinterpreting the Birth of Modern Science (2018)
P. Trovalusci, Materials with Internal Structure (2016)
R. Pisano, D. Capecchi, Tartaglia’s Science of Weights and Mechanics in the Sixteenth Century (2016)
P. Podio-Guidugli, A. Favata, Elasticity for Geotechnicians (2014)
T. Sadowski, P. Trovalusci, Multiscale Modeling of Complex Materials (2014)
D. Capecchi, The Problem of the Motion of Bodies (2014)
F. Romeo, Massimo Ruzzene, Wave Propogation in Linear and Nonlinear Periodic Media (2012)
U. Andreaus, D. Iacoviello, Biomedical imaging and compitational modeling in biomechanics (2013)
W. Lacarbonara, Nonlinear Structural Mechanics. Theory, Dynamical Phenomena and Modeling (2013)
D. Capecchi, G. Ruta, La scienza delle costruzioni in Italia nell'Ottocento (2011)