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iWindCr wireless sensor system for corrosion detection and monitoring of offshore wind turbine structures

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iWindCr wireless sensor system for corrosion detection and monitoring of offshore wind turbine structures. / Simandjuntak, Sarinova; Bausch, Nils; Farrar, Andrew Stephen; Thomas, Bob; Nash, Adrian; Muna, Joseph; Jonsson, Carl; Mathew, Diana; Ahuir-Torres, Juan.

International Conference on Marine Engineering and Technology: ICMET Oman 2019 Conference Proceedings. Muscat, Oman : Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST), 2019.

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Harvard

Simandjuntak, S, Bausch, N, Farrar, AS, Thomas, B, Nash, A, Muna, J, Jonsson, C, Mathew, D & Ahuir-Torres, J 2019, iWindCr wireless sensor system for corrosion detection and monitoring of offshore wind turbine structures. in International Conference on Marine Engineering and Technology: ICMET Oman 2019 Conference Proceedings. Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST), Muscat, Oman, International Conference on Marine Engineering and Technology, Muscat, Oman, 5/11/19.

APA

Simandjuntak, S., Bausch, N., Farrar, A. S., Thomas, B., Nash, A., Muna, J., ... Ahuir-Torres, J. (Accepted/In press). iWindCr wireless sensor system for corrosion detection and monitoring of offshore wind turbine structures. In International Conference on Marine Engineering and Technology: ICMET Oman 2019 Conference Proceedings Muscat, Oman: Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST).

Vancouver

Simandjuntak S, Bausch N, Farrar AS, Thomas B, Nash A, Muna J et al. iWindCr wireless sensor system for corrosion detection and monitoring of offshore wind turbine structures. In International Conference on Marine Engineering and Technology: ICMET Oman 2019 Conference Proceedings. Muscat, Oman: Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST). 2019

Author

Simandjuntak, Sarinova ; Bausch, Nils ; Farrar, Andrew Stephen ; Thomas, Bob ; Nash, Adrian ; Muna, Joseph ; Jonsson, Carl ; Mathew, Diana ; Ahuir-Torres, Juan. / iWindCr wireless sensor system for corrosion detection and monitoring of offshore wind turbine structures. International Conference on Marine Engineering and Technology: ICMET Oman 2019 Conference Proceedings. Muscat, Oman : Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST), 2019.

Bibtex

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