Investigation of concrete crack Quantification Based upon Geometry Duplicate

Investigation of concrete crack Quantification Based upon Geometry Duplicate


  • K Santhosh Kumar, J Bhavana, M Mahesh

  • 2021

  • May-June

  • Research

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    Cracks in the concrete are the common defects in buildings and structures.
    Many computer vision-based methods are used to identify the concrete structures.This
    paper is developed to analyze and measure different parameters of crack in concrete
    structures. Three different types of cracks are available in structures such as
    longitudinal, transverse and diagonal. The main reasons of crack depend on the crack
    appeared in a beam, column or any structural wall. Crack in a beam is usually due to
    tension, crack in a column occur due to eccentric loading, structural cracks are formed
    due to moisture change or thermal movement. The proposed method initially deals with
    crack segmentation and secondly the image geometry- based parameters are employed
    for crack quantification.
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    Investigation of concrete crack Quantification Based upon Geometry Duplicate