Adrian Brügger

Manager, Carleton Laboratory
 
500 West 120th Street, MC 4709
161 Engineering Terrace
New York, NY 10027
 
Phone: +1.212.854.3158
Fax: +1.212.854.4084
E-Mail: brugger@civil.columbia.edu

Research Areas

Experimental mechanics of materials, structural health monitoring and damage detection, bridge cable corrosion, engineering problems using neutron diffraction, contact mechanics and friction.

Biography

B.S., 2004, Civil Engineering, Columbia University
M.S., 2005, Civil Engineering, Columbia University
Ph.D., 2017, Civil Engineering, Columbia University

Certifications

C-14 Certificate of Fitness Holder
F-60 Certificate of Fitness Holder
E.I.T.
CPR • First-Aid • AED Certified
Authorized Forklift Operator

Publications

Neutron Diffraction Measurement of Stress Redistribution in Parallel Seven-Wire Strands after Local Fracture, F. Mei, I.C. Noyan, A. Brügger, R. Betti, B. Clausen, D. Brown, and T. Sisneros, Experimental Mechanics 53: 183-193 (2013).

Measurement of Strain/Load Transfer in Parallel Seven-wire Strands with Neutron Diffraction, I.C. Noyan, A. Brügger, R. Betti, and B. Clausen, Experimental Mechanics 50: 265-272 (2010).

Experimental studies on damage detection in frame structures using vibration measurements, G. Fraraccio, A. Brügger, and R. Betti, Shock and Vibration 17: 697-721 (2010).

Identification and Damage Detection in Structures Subjected to Base Excitation, G. Fraraccio, A. Brügger, and R. Betti 48: 521-528 (2008).

 

 


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