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EWSHM 2014 (3)
EWSHM 2016 (2)
Title / Author(s) / Keywords PublicationDate
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 Diagnostics and Prognostics for Damage Assesment
Damage Localization from Free Vibration Signals
D. Bernal15, Y. Zhang2
1Civil and Environmental Engineering; Northeastern University12, Boston, MA, USA
2School of Aerospace Engineering and Applied Mechanics; Tongji University 22, Shanghai, China
defect characterization, subspace technique, damage localization, free vibration, random decrement

EWSHM 2016
Session: Diagnostics and Prognostics for Damage Assesment
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 Optimization sensors topology
Sensor Placement for Modal Parameter Subset Estimation: A Frequency Response-based Approach
M. Ulriksen16, D. Bernal25, L. Damkilde14
1Department of Civil Engineering; Aalborg University (Campus Esbjerg)4, Esbjerg , Denmark
2Civil and Environmental Engineering; Northeastern University12, Boston, MA, USA
civil engineering, vibration analysis, Modal parameter estimation, Fisher information, Sensor placement approaches

EWSHM 2016
Session: Optimization sensors topology
2016-08
2015-02 EWSHM 2014 Probabilistic SHM
Algorithm Fusion in Novelty Detection
D. Bernal5
Center for Digital Signal Processing; Northeastern University12, Boston, MA, USA
Data fusion, Parametric identification, Damage detection and localization

EWSHM 2014
Session: Probabilistic SHM
2015-02
2015-02 EWSHM 2014 Signal Processing
On the Stability of Sequential Deconvolution
D. Bernal5
Center for Digital Signal Processing; Northeastern University12, Boston, MA, USA
signal processing, deconvolution, Inverse problems, source localization, input reconstruction

EWSHM 2014
Session: Signal Processing
2015-02
2015-02 EWSHM 2014 Statistical Approaches
Examination of Two Sensor Placements Schemes in Damage Detection
D. Bernal15, M. Döhler27, D. Parker3
1Center for Digital Signal Processing; Northeastern University12, Boston, MA, USA
2Campus de Beaulieu; Institut national de recherche en informatique et en automatique (INRIA)12, Rennes cedex, France
3Department of Mechanical Engineering; AVNIK Defense Solutions Inc., Huntsville, AL , USA
Sensor systems and networks, Damage detection and localization, Statistical methods

EWSHM 2014
Session: Statistical Approaches
2015-02
   
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