2 edition of On-line database of vibration-based damage detection experiments found in the catalog.
On-line database of vibration-based damage detection experiments
Richard S. Pappa
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, Available from National Technical Information Service in Hampton, Va, Springfield, Va
|Other titles||Online database of vibration based damage detection experiments|
|Statement||Richard S. Poppa, Scott W. Doebling, Tina D. Kholwad.|
|Series||NASA/TM -- 2000-209840, NASA technical memorandum -- 2000-209840.|
|Contributions||Doebling, Scott W., Kholwad, Tina D., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. :|
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Damage with vibration data (for example, by monitoring modal parameters [4,5]), but many unanswered questions remain concerning the effectiveness and usefulness of this technology. The authors have created a new, on-line bibliographic database of vibration-based damage detection experiments to help answer the following three questions: awordathought.com by: 3.
This paper describes a new, on-line bibliographic database of vibration-based damage detection experiments. Publications in the database discuss experiments conducted on actual structures as well. This paper describes a new, on-line bibliographic database of vibration-based damage detection experiments.
Publications in the database discuss experiments conducted on actual structures as well as those conducted with simulated data. The database can be searched and sorted in many ways, and it provides photographs of test structures when.
On-line database of vibration-based damage detection experiments (OCoLC) Online version: Pappa, Richard S. On-line database of vibration-based damage detection experiments (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Vibration based damage detection methods are among the most popular and promising approaches for health monitoring of structures. In this work a critical review of different methods for damage. Therefore, local damage detection methodology can only be used to detect some special components of a structure.
In order to detect On-line database of vibration-based damage detection experiments book throughout the whole structure, especially some large, complicated structures, a methodology called global vibration-based structural damage detection, has been proposed.
Its basic principle can be Cited by: Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital awordathought.com projects include the Wayback Machine, awordathought.com and awordathought.com Different kinds of the vibration-based method are widely used in aerospace and civil engineering.
Regular diagnostics to on-line possible damage detection of aircraft  – , rotorcraft [9. Bernagozzi G., Landi L., Diotallevi P.P. () On the Output-Only Vibration-Based Damage Detection of Frame Structures.
In: Wicks A., Niezrecki C. (eds) Structural Health Monitoring, Damage Detection & Mechatronics, Volume 7. Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series. Springer, Cham. First Online 25 May Cited by: 2. The vibration based methods have a potential for locating both global and local defects in structures and non-destructive inspection of different mechanical parts of apparatus, machines and civil engineering structures.
The oldest methods for damage detection (DD) based on the vibration analysis of structures are the modal based awordathought.com by: Jan 01, · The structural damage detection (SDD) and on-line integrity assessment is one of the fundamental objectives in the field of structural health monitoring (SHM).
Unfortunately, some of the existed SDD methodologies are time-consuming, and more efficient methods are needed as some large complex structures are assessed in practice.
“Vibration-based damage identification in beam structures through wavelet analysis” and an effective measured data analysis procedure), so as to detect the damage occurrence at the earliest possible time and to intervene before the failure.
Worden and Dulieu. The structural damage detection (SDD) and on-line integrity assessment is one of the fundamental objectives in the field of structural health monitoring (SHM).
Unfortunately, some of the existed SDD methodologies are time-consuming, and more efficient methods are needed as some large complex structures are assessed in practice. O2MAD: A Scilab Toolbox for Output Only Modal Analysis and Diagnosis, #67 Goursat, M.
/ Basseville, M. / Benveniste, A. / Mevel, L. / Society for Experimental Mechanics | print version. Composite structures undergo a gradual damage evolution from initial inter-fibre cracks to extended damage up to failure.
However, most composites could remain in service despite the existence of damage. Prerequisite for a service extension is a reliable and component-specific damage identification.
Therefore, a vibration-based damage identification method is presented that takes into Cited by: 1. May 26, · Experimental Analysis and Validation of a Vibration-Based Technique for Crack Detection in a Shaft Sekhar A () On-line rotor fault identification by combined model and signal based approach.
López J. () Experimental Analysis and Validation of a Vibration-Based Technique for Crack Detection in a Shaft. In: Pennacchi P.
(eds Cited by: 1. Vibration-based crack diagnosis in rotating shafts during acceleration through resonance Jerzy T. Sawicki*l, Xi Wu*, George Y. Baaklinit, Andrew L. Gyekenyesi there has been an increasing interest for the development of rotating machinery shaft crack detection methodologies and on-line techniques'9.
Vibration-basedcrackdiagnosis in. May 06, · Structural Health Monitoring - Condition-Based Maintenance and Intelligent Structures, Volume 1 Details This book, comprising over 2, total pages including Volume 2, presents fully original presentations on recent advances in structural health monitoring, as applied to commercial and military aircraft (manned and unmanned), high.
The vibration based methods that have been proposed for fault detection and diagnosis within the context of non-stationary structures are mainly non-parametric. They usually rely on time-frequency methods, such as the Wigner-Ville distribution (Chengdong et al.
Moreover, it is applicable to beams with any cross-section shape. The relation can be also used to contrive a database, containing numerous damage scenarios, which constitutes a benchmark for damage detection methods (Gillich and Praisach, ), even if composite structures are analyzed (Gillich et al., ).Cited by: 6.
The Huge vibration data are generated continuously by many sensors in daily high-speed rotating machinery operations. Accurate online prediction based on big vibration data streaming can reduce the risks related to failures and avoid service disruptions.
This paper presents a hybrid nonlinear autoregressive network with exogenous inputs (NARX) model to forecast the remaining useful life of Author: Qiming Niu, Qingbin Tong, Junci Cao, Yihuang Zhang, Feng Liu.Vibration-based damage identification of reinforced concrete member using optical sensor array data.
PVDF piezo film as dynamic strain sensor for local damage detection of steel frame buildings. M. Kurata; Vibration control experiments using piezoelectric transducers on a wind turbine blade.A Review of Artificial Intelligence Algorithms Used for Smart Machine Tools.
by Chih-Wen Chang *,and the CNN approach to real-time vibration-based structural damage detection The process included on-line modeling of the bearing running state via NNs and logic rules. This not only tackled the boundary issue of remaining life but could Cited by: 3.