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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Optimization Of Route With Sleep Scheduling Algorithm For Structural Health Monitoring

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AUTHOR(S)

M. Meenakshi Dhanalakshmi, B. Vinothini, R. Anitha, S.A. Sowmiya , T. Malathi

 

KEYWORDS

Structural Health Monitoring, Genetic Algorithm, Optimization, Sleep-wake up scheduling, Fault sensor Structural Health Monitoring

 

ABSTRACT

Wireless Sensor Networks are most appropriate technology for Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) to monitor the structure by easy placement of the sensors. SHM is the technique for monitoring the engineering structures by implementing the sensors on the physical structure (bridges/dams). Some of the parameters, e.g., distant communication, energy of sensor these properties related to the sensor should be taken into account. The inaccuracies in sending data, unsteady connectivity can affect the throughput of sensor while observe structure. The existing system focused only on backup sensors placement that are resilient to WSN faults. The energy level gets depleted while sending the monitored data. In proposed system, the Genetic algorithm is introduced to optimize the path for the communication and sleep-wake up scheduling is used to awaken the nodes and placement of backup sensor nodes on the optimized route is used to communicate the collected data to the base station. This will increases the network lifetime and play down the energy utilization. The performance of the methods is mentioned detail using simulation.

 

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