Design and Development of a Low-Cost, High Resolution, High Mobility Acceleration Data Logger Public

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  • To understand the forces exerted on structures during tsunamis, model cities are subjected to human-generated tsunamis. The study of vertical evacuation, wherein individuals could take refuge in the upper levels of strong buildings, has resulted in a growing need for a low cost wireless acceleration data logger. Such a device could be placed inside the walls of scale buildings to measure the forces encountered. This document describes the development and implementation of a suitable module. The major implication of this project is that researchers can more accurately record the forces that are exerted on structures and better understand the types of construction that best withstand tsunamis.
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