Damage Assessment of Structures VII

Volume 347

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.347

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Authors: Danny L. Parker, William G. Frazier, Mathew A. Gray

Abstract: In this paper, an optimal solution method is proposed for determining the location of change, i.e. damage, within a perturbed system...

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Authors: Oreste S. Bursi, Marco Molinari, Alireza Savadkoohi, Daniele Zonta

Abstract: Dynamic and static identification of a full scale moment-resisting steel-concrete composite structure with partial strength joints that was...

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Authors: Dionisio Bernal

Abstract: The Dynamic Damage Locating Vector (DDLV) technique localizes damage by interrogating changes in transfer matrices G. It is shown that...

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Authors: Magdalena Rucka, Krzysztof Wilde

Abstract: This paper presents experimental study on dispersive waves propagation in steel rails. The propagation of longitudinal and transverse waves...

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Authors: U. Galvanetto, L. Monopoli, Cecilia Surace, Alessandra Tassotti

Abstract: The paper presents an experimental application of the Proper Orthogonal Decomposition (POD) to damage detection in steel beams. A damaged...

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Authors: Fotis P. Kopsaftopoulos, Spilios D. Fassois

Abstract: This work aims at the precise assessment of a recently introduced method that, in addition to damage detection, allows for complete and...

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Authors: Roberto Spadavecchia, Alessandro de Stefano, Donato Sabia

Abstract: The reduced-order model of a time-invariant linear dynamical system, excited by a force of an impulsive type, may be readily obtained using...

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Authors: Rhys Pullin, James J. Hensman, Karen M. Holford, Keith Worden, S.L. Evans

Abstract: Acoustic emission monitoring was completed on a painted aerospace grade steel landing gear component undergoing fatigue loading until...

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Authors: Daley Chetwynd, Keith Worden, Faizal Mustapha, Jem A. Rongong

Abstract: This work was conducted as part of the European Union project ARTIMA and it investigates the effectiveness of wavelets in damage detection....

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Authors: Ke Jia Xing, Claus Peter Fritzen

Abstract: The electro-mechanical (E/M) impedance-based method is one important and effective method in damage detection. The basic concept of the...

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