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Ryan Sherman and Jee Woong Park
Grant: Ryan Sherman and Jee Woong Park
Ryan Sherman and Jee Woong Park (both Civil and Environmental Engineering) in collaboration with structural engineer Erol Kalkan received $299,782 from the Nevada NDOT Research Program for their project, Galena Creek Bridge Health Monitoring Instrumentation. Their project aims to design a permanent structural health monitoring system on the Galena Creek Bridge in Washoe County that is capable of measuring structural response to traffic, wind, seismic, and thermal loadings.
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