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Friday Math Movie - Stressed Out

By Murray Bourne, 08 Aug 2008

This week's movie from tells us about smart structures that monitor themselves.

Every structure that you depend on can fail - the chair you are sitting on, the building you are sitting in, and the bridge you cross every day.

Structural health monitoring involves collecting of data that will reduce structural failures because we'll know about any problems before they become too big.

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