3D dataset of a twisted bending-active beam element digitized using structure-from-motion photogrammetry

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2024-06
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en
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9
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Data in Brief, Volume 54
Abstract
The current work presents the generation of a comprehensive spatial dataset of a lightweight beam element composed of four twisted plywood strips, achieved through the application of Structure-from-Motion (SfM) - Multi-view Stereo (MVS) photogrammetry techniques in controlled laboratory conditions. The data collection process was meticulously conducted to ensure accuracy and precision, employing scale bars of varying lengths. The captured images were then processed using photogrammetric software, leading to the creation of point clouds, meshes, and texture files. These data files represent the 3D model of the beam at different mesh sizes (raw, high-poly, medium-poly, and low-poly), adding a high level of detail to the 3D visualization. The dataset holds significant reuse potential and offers essential resources for further studies in numerical modeling, simulations of complex structures, and training machine learning algorithms. This data can also serve as validation sets for emerging photogrammetry methods and form-finding techniques, especially ones involving large deformations and geometric nonlinearities, particularly within the structural engineering field.
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3D reconstruction, Bending-active, Data processing, Digitization, Large deformation, Plywood
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Janiszewski, M, Elmas, S, Markou, A A, Jaaranen, J & Filz, G H 2024, ' 3D dataset of a twisted bending-active beam element digitized using structure-from-motion photogrammetry ', Data in Brief, vol. 54, 110254 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2024.110254