Nizar Lajnef
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Feasibility of structural monitoring with vibration powered sensors
NG Elvin, N Lajnef, AA Elvin
Smart materials and structures 15 (4), 977, 2006
2442006
Internet of Things-enabled smart cities: State-of-the-art and future trends
AH Alavi, P Jiao, WG Buttlar, N Lajnef
Measurement 129, 589-606, 2018
1912018
Continuous health monitoring of pavement systems using smart sensing technology
AH Alavi, H Hasni, N Lajnef, K Chatti
Construction and Building Materials 114, 719-736, 2016
882016
An intelligent structural damage detection approach based on self-powered wireless sensor data
AH Alavi, H Hasni, N Lajnef, K Chatti, F Faridazar
Automation in Construction 62, 24-44, 2016
862016
Toward an integrated smart sensing system and data interpretation techniques for pavement fatigue monitoring
N Lajnef, M Rhimi, K Chatti, L Mhamdi, F Faridazar
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 26 (7), 513-523, 2011
742011
Calibration and characterization of self-powered floating-gate usage monitor with single electron per second operational limit
C Huang, N Lajnef, S Chakrabartty
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers 57 (3), 556-567, 2009
692009
Detection of fatigue cracking in steel bridge girders: a support vector machine approach
H Hasni, AH Alavi, P Jiao, N Lajnef
Archives of Civil and Mechanical Engineering 17 (3), 609-622, 2017
582017
Smart pavement monitoring system
N Lajnef, K Chatti, S Chakrabartty, M Rhimi, P Sarkar
United States. Federal Highway Administration, 2013
552013
A double receding contact axisymmetric problem between a functionally graded layer and a homogeneous substrate
M Rhimi, S El-Borgi, N Lajnef
Mechanics of Materials 43 (12), 787-798, 2011
532011
A piezo-powered floating-gate sensor array for long-term fatigue monitoring in biomechanical implants
N Lajnef, NG Elvin, S Chakrabartty
IEEE transactions on biomedical circuits and systems 2 (3), 164-172, 2008
512008
Damage detection using self-powered wireless sensor data: an evolutionary approach
AH Alavi, H Hasni, N Lajnef, K Chatti, F Faridazar
Measurement 82, 254-283, 2016
492016
Fatigue cracking detection in steel bridge girders through a self-powered sensing concept
AH Alavi, H Hasni, P Jiao, W Borchani, N Lajnef
Journal of Constructional Steel Research 128, 19-38, 2017
472017
A concept for energy harvesting from quasi-static structural deformations through axially loaded bilaterally constrained columns with multiple bifurcation points
N Lajnef, R Burgueño, W Borchani, Y Sun
Smart Materials and Structures 23 (5), 055005, 2014
392014
Tailoring the elastic postbuckling response of thin-walled cylindrical composite shells under axial compression
R Burgueño, N Hu, A Heeringa, N Lajnef
Thin-Walled Structures 84, 14-25, 2014
332014
Multi-walled carbon nanotubes/poly (L-lactide) nanocomposite strain sensor for biomechanical implants
Y Liu, S Chakrabartty, DS Gkinosatis, AK Mohanty, N Lajnef
2007 IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference, 119-122, 2007
332007
A self-powered surface sensing approach for detection of bottom-up cracking in asphalt concrete pavements: Theoretical/numerical modeling
H Hasni, AH Alavi, K Chatti, N Lajnef
Construction and Building Materials 144, 728-746, 2017
322017
Infrastructural health monitoring using self-powered internet-of-things
K Aono, N Lajnef, F Faridazar, S Chakrabartty
2016 IEEE international symposium on circuits and systems (ISCAS), 2058-2061, 2016
312016
Tunable energy harvesting from ambient vibrations in civil structures
M Rhimi, N Lajnef
Journal of Energy Engineering 138 (4), 185-193, 2012
312012
A new approach for damage detection in asphalt concrete pavements using battery-free wireless sensors with non-constant injection rates
H Hasni, AH Alavi, P Jiao, N Lajnef, K Chatti, K Aono, S Chakrabartty
Measurement 110, 217-229, 2017
292017
Enhancement of quasi-static strain energy harvesters using non-uniform cross-section post-buckled beams
P Jiao, W Borchani, H Hasni, N Lajnef
Smart Materials and Structures 26 (8), 085045, 2017
292017
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