Vibration-based structural health monitoring of highway bridges

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Dept. of Structural Engineering, University of California, San Diego , La Jolla, CA
Statementprepared by Department of Structural Engineering, University of California, San Diego ; prepared for California Department of Transportation, Engineering Services Center ; California Department of Transportation, Division of Research and Innovation
SeriesReport -- no. SSRP-2006/14, Report (Structural Systems Research Project) -- no. SSRP-2006/14.
ContributionsKarbhari, Vistasp M., California. Dept. of Transportation. Engineering Service Center, California. Dept. of Transportation. Division of Research and Innovation, California. Dept. of Transportation. Division of Engineering Services. Earthquake Engineering, University of California, San Diego. Dept. of Structural Engineering
LC ClassificationsTG265 .G89 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii, 330 p. :
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Open LibraryOL24522666M
LC Control Number2009526869

Vibration-based structural health monitoring of highway bridges / Contributor Names Guan, Hong. Created / Published La Jolla, CA: Dept.

of Structural Engineering, University. In summary, by studying the changes in measured structural vibration behavior and in essence solving an inverse problem, the unknown changes of structural properties can be identified. A new vibration-based structural health monitoring methodology.

summary, by studying the changes in measured structural vibration behavior and in essence solving an inverse problem, the unknown changes of structural properties can be identified.

A new vibration-based structural health monitoring methodology for highway bridges is proposed in this by: 6. The latter attribute is particularly attractive for vibration-based bridge health monitoring applications because the target bridge does not need to be closed to traffic to perform the modal parameter identification.

This chapter discusses the use of OMA in long-term vibration-based structural health monitoring by: 6. Vibration-based structural health monitoring using output-only measurements under changing environmen t.

Mechanical Systems and Signal Pr o cessing, –56,   There are ever-increasing interests to determine effectively structural diagnosis and conditional assessment for structural health monitoring (SHM). Although research has been extensively conducted in the conventional physical-based vibration analysis, advancement in sensor technologies and complexity in structural systems post great challenges Cited by: 3.

Structural health monitoring (SHM) is a process of in-service health assessment for a structure through an automated monitoring system, and it is a key element of cost-effective strategies for.

The vibration-based damage detection procedure assesses changes from a measured feature (i.e., mode shapes, frequencies, etc.).

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Dynamic testing and vibration-based damage detection provide the necessary components for the structural health monitoring of structures. Download: Download full-size image; Schematic of SHM by: 5. A lot of investigations on using the monitoring data from Vibration-based structural health monitoring of highway bridges book instrumented bridges for structural health and condition assessment have been carried out [].

This paper outlines the development of structural health monitoring and damage detection methods for cable-supported bridges based on long-term vibration monitoring data.

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This special issue aims to explore structural health monitoring via vibration-based approaches, especially for complex systems such as historic structures. In welcoming interdisciplinary studies from across several scientific communities—including engineering, numerical modeling, seismology, and geotechnics—we hope to present studies from.

Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) is a promising tool for condition assessment of bridge structures. SHM of bridges can be performed for different purposes in long or short-term. A few aspects of short- and long-term monitoring of highway bridges are addressed in this research.

Without quantifying environmental effects, applying vibration-based damage detection techniques may result in false Cited by: 2. Short- and Long-Term Structural Health Monitoring of Highway Bridges by Navid Zolghadri, Doctor of Philosophy Utah State University, Major Professor: Dr.

Marvin Halling Department: Civil and Environmental Engineering Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) is a promising tool for condition assessment of bridge by: 2.

Structural health monitoring can include applications on very different structures with very different requirements; this article splits the subject into four broad categories: rotating machine condition monitoring, global monitoring of large structures (structural identification), large area monitoring where the area covered is part of a Cited by: Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) aims to give, at every moment during the life To pinpoint the importance of the problem of structural aging, the following statistic can be recalled: bridge inspection during the late s revealed that on theUS highway bridges,were rated deficient by present day standards [WAN 97].

Abstract: The important advances achieved in the modal identification, sensors, and structural monitoring of bridges have motivated the bridge engineering community to develop damage detection methods based on vibration monitoring. Some of these methods have already been demonstrated under certain conditions in bridges with deliberate damage.

However, the performance Cited by:   This book is a guide to research and technologies that contribute to improving structural health monitoring (SHM), including actuators, multifunctional materials, networks and systems, signal processing, prognostics/CBM+, validation, certification and more.

In situ damage detection and localization using real acceleration structural health monitoring technique are the main idea of this study. The statistical and model identification time series, the response spectra, and the power density of the frequency domain are used to detect the behavior of Yonghe cable-stayed bridge during the healthy and damage states.

The benchmark problem is used to Cited by: Vibration-Based Structural Health Monitoring 3 ABSTRACT Ageing and degradation of the infrastructures, especially critical infrastructures (such as power plants, high-rise buildings, long-span bridges, dams, airports, railway tracks, etc.) impose a major concern that affects national assets of each country and endangers public by: 7.

The latest in a series, this page book, with searchable CD-ROM, comprises articles representing research on all phases of structural health monitoring. This work was originally presented at the Fifth European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, held in June/July,   Vibration-based structural health monitoring (SHM) has received significant attention in the past.

Due to the existence of some defect of implementation, the measured response of a structure and the response from its finite element model may not match. There are a number of methods available for updating the Finite Element (FE) model of a structure such that the response calculated from the Cited by: 3.

Experimental Vibration Analysis for Civil Structures Testing, Sensing, Monitoring, and Control Radio-Frequency Identification Triggering System for Structural Health Monitoring of Highway Bridges.

Pages Fuzzy Pattern Recognition in Vibration-Based Structural Health Monitoring. Pages Azarbayejani, Mohammad. Structural condition assessment of highway bridges has long been relying on visual inspection, which, however, involves subjective judgment of the inspector and detects only local flaws.

Local flaws might not affect the global performance of the by: 4. Vibration-based structural health monitoring (SHM) for long-span bridges has become a dominant research topic in recent years. The Nam O Railway Bridge is a large-scale steel truss bridge located on the unique main rail track from the north to the south of Vietnam.

Book Description. Maintenance, Safety, Risk, Management and Life-Cycle Performance of Bridges contains lectures and papers presented at the Ninth International Conference on Bridge Maintenance, Safety and Management (IABMAS ), held in Melbourne, Australia, July This volume consists of a book of extended abstracts and a USB card containing the full papers of.

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Wang, Frank & Chan, Tommy () Review of vibration-based damage detection and condition assessment of bridge structures using structural health monitoring. In Wang, L & Jaiswal, S (Eds.) Proceedings of The Second Infrastructure Theme Postgraduate Conference: Rethinking Sustainable Development - Planning, Infrastructure Engineering, Design and Managing Urban by: Recent bridge failures, such as the collapses of the W Highway Bridge in USA, the collapse of the Can Tho Bridge in Vietnam and the Xijiang River Bridge in the Mainland China, all of which happened in the yearhave alerted the importance of structural health monitoring.

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Vibration-based structural health monitoring (SHM) can provide useful information for condition assessment of in-service bridge structures. The value of this type of monitoring program is increased for movable bridges, such as vertical lift bridges that raise bridge spans to allow vessel traffic.

vibration characteristics. This is the basis of vibration based structural health monitoring techniques which have emerged as a means of evaluating the health of a structure.

paper uses vibration based This methods to develop and apply techniques to damage in evaluate the beam and plate structures that form important components in bridges. Vibration-based structural health monitoring of highway bridges / Final report; June Mar.

"Hong Guan, Vistasp M. Karbhari"--Second t.p. Facsimile reprint of a report published in "December " "Report ". This comprehensive book brings readers up to date on the most important changes and advancements in the structural health monitoring technologies applied to civil engineering structures.

It covers all aspects required for such monitoring in the field, including sensors and networks, data acquisition and processing, damage detection techniques Brand: Wiley.the way the bridge vibrates in response to various stimuli, including structural damage.

Vibration-based monitoring has the advantage of allowing damage to be detected at any location within the bridge rather than only at the specific locations where measuring devices have been [email protected]{osti_, title = {Lessons learned from applications of vibration-based damage identification methods to a large bridge structure}, author = {Farrar, C R and Doebling, S W}, abstractNote = {Over the past 30 years detecting damage in a structure from changes in dynamic parameters has received considerable attention from the aerospace, civil, and mechanical engineering communities.