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Dynamic monitoring of an elevated water reservoir with a biaxial optical accelerometer

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Abstract

The dynamic monitoring of an elevated water reservoir, employing a biaxial optical accelerometer, is described. The structure natural frequencies were measured with an error of 0.06 %, when compared with the values attained from seismograph.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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