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Authors: Andrzej Świercz, Przemysław Kołakowski, Jan Holnicki-Szulc
Authors: Federico Bosia, Nicola Maria Pugno, Giuseppe Lacidogna, Alberto Carpinteri
Abstract:In this contribution some characteristics and predictive capabilities are discussed of a recently introduced model for damage progression...
Authors: Majid R. Ayatollahi, M.R.M. Aliha, S. Rahmanian
Abstract:A new crack specimen called the diagonally loaded square plate (DLSP) containing an angled central crack is analyzed using the finite...
Authors: X.B. Wang
Abstract:For many quasi-brittle materials (such as rock, ceramic and concrete) in pure bending state, the material on the tensile side will fail...
Authors: N.M.M. Maia, A.M.R. Ribeiro, M. Fontul, D. Montalvão, R.P.C. Sampaio
Abstract:The Detection and Relative Damage Quantification Indicator (DRQ) was presented previously as a reliable damage detection indicator when used...
Authors: M. Klinikov, Claus Peter Fritzen
Abstract:For purposes of monitoring and damage prognosis it is important to know the external loads which act on a structure. The knowledge of these...
Authors: Joanna Iwaniec
Abstract:Vast majority of industrial mechanical systems do not behave in linear way around any operating point and work under non-measurable...
Authors: Jerome Antoni, David Hanson, Bob Randall
Abstract:An underlying assumption of many operational modal analysis techniques is that the excitation is evenly distributed over the system, i.e....
Authors: Carlo Rainieri, Giovanni Fabbrocino, E. Cosenza
Abstract:The aim of structural health monitoring for civil structures is not only detection of sudden or progressive damages but also monitoring...
Authors: Massimo Olivero, Guido Perrone, Alberto Vallan, Silvio Abrate
Abstract:In the following we present a low-cost optical system for cracks evolution monitoring. The transducer principle is based on the variation of...
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