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Authors: Claus Peter Fritzen
Abstract:This paper gives an overview on the current status of vibration-based methods for Structural Health Monitoring. All these methods have in...
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Authors: R.B. Randall
Abstract:Many machine faults, such as local defects in bearings and gears, manifest themselves in vibration signals as a series of impulsive events....
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Authors: Leonard M. Rogers
Abstract:This paper addresses the fundamentals of the acoustic emission effect associated with fatigue and stress corrosion cracking in metals. It...
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Authors: W.J. Staszewski
Abstract:Structural damage detection and monitoring is one of the major maintenance activities in transportation, processing and civil engineering....
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Authors: Xue Feng Chen, Zheng Jia He, Qiang Gao, Yanyang Zi
Abstract:An improved method to identify the crack location and size is presented which takes advantages of wavelet finite element (WFE). The important...
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Authors: Yong Gui Dong, Ensheng Dong, Huibo Jia, Wener Lv
Abstract:In case of mechanical system health monitoring, a need to develop normal-knowledge based novelty detection techniques is increasing. The...
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Authors: Xianfeng Fan, Ming J. Zuo
Abstract:Machine vibration signal has been used in fault detection and diagnosis. Modulation and non-stationarity existing in the signal generated by...
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Authors: Jun He, Jin Chen, Guo Bi, Fuchang Zhou
Abstract:The demodulation analysis has been extensively used for gear diagnosis. However these techniques mainly deal with the amplitude-modulated...
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Authors: Hongkai Jiang, Zheng Jia He, Chendong Duan, Xue Feng Chen
Abstract:Vibration signals acquired from a gearbox usually are complex, and it is difficult to detect the symptoms of an inherent fault in a gearbox....
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Authors: Przemysław Kołakowski, Luis E. Mujica, Josep Vehí
Abstract:Two alternative software tools for damage identification are presented. The first tool, developed on the basis of the Virtual Distortion...
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