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Keyword: offshore,
Search Results: 104
Title / Author(s) / Keywords PublicationDate
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 Fatigue monitoring for residual life-cycle assessment and maintenance
Rapidly Deployable Wireless Hull Monitoring System for Fatigue Life Assessment of Naval Vessels in High Seas
N. Johnson, S. O'Connor, A. Magnus, M. Collette, J. Lynch2
aDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering bCivil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering; University of Michigan6, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
offshore, condition monitoring, In-Service Inspection, Lifetime Management, Wireless sensors, Proof of concept (SHM in action), Modeling and Simulation, structural health monitoring, wireless monitoring, hull monitoring, fatigue life-cycle, high speed ship, aluminum hull

EWSHM 2016
Session: Fatigue monitoring for residual life-cycle assessment and ma...
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 Poster
New generation of flexible risers equipped with motion capture - Morphopipe system
N. Saguin-Sprynski13, M. Carmona1, L. Jouanet13, O. Delcroix2
1aSystem Department bDSYS; CEA / CEREM8, Grenoble, France
2TECHNIP, Le Trait,
embedded sensor, Modeling and Simulation, offshore, Lifetime Management, industrial integration, motion capture, curvature monitoring, accelerometers, MEMS

EWSHM 2016
Session: Poster
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 Poster
Influence of Process Parameters on Gauge Factor of CNT-Epoxy Based Strain Sensors
X. Fernández Sánchez-Romate13, M. Sánchez15, J. Artigas1, A. Jimenez-Suarez15, A. Güemes222, A. Ureña15
1aScience Materials and Engineering bMaterials Science and Engineering; University of Rey Juan Carlos (URJC)5, Móstoles, Spain
2 Dpt Aeronautics; Technical University of Madrid (UPM) 50, Madrid, Spain
Other Methods, Modeling and Simulation, offshore, composite,

EWSHM 2016
Session: Poster
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 Sensors other than PZT and FOS
Towards a New Low Power Low Noise Class B MEMS Accelerometer for Structural Health Monitoring
P. Etter, S. Gonseth, R. Brisson, F. Rudolf
Safran Group; Colibrys (Switzerland) Ltd, Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland
Other Methods, embedded sensor, Modeling and Simulation, aerospace, civil engineering, offshore, railway, vibration analysis, condition monitoring, Lifetime Management, Wireless sensors, Piezoelectric sensors, Proof of concept (SHM in action), MEMS, accelerometers, capacitive sensors, vibration, seismic

EWSHM 2016
Session: Sensors other than PZT and FOS
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Detection and identification of a damaged blade without stopping the wind turbine
D. Tcherniak10
Innovation group; Bruel and Kjaer, SVM10, Nærum bei Kopenhagen, Denmark
offshore, vibration analysis, Feature Extraction, wind turbines, rotor anisotropy, blade damage

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Continuous Monitoring of the Structural Condition of the Tower and Supporting Structure of Floating and Static Offshore Wind Turbines
Á. Angulo12, J. Kanfoud16, Y. Lage1, C. Hervé217, S. Soua18, G. Perrin2, T. Gan130
1Condition and Structural Health Monitoring; TWI Ltd (The Welding Institute)186, Great Abington, Cambridge, United Kingdom
2French Industrial and Mechanical Technical Centre (CETIM)92, Senlis, France
Acoustic Emission (AE), Modeling and Simulation, offshore, condition monitoring, In-Service Inspection, guided waves (lamb waves), Piezoelectric sensors, Wind Energy, Structural Health Monitoring, Structural Integrity, Offshore Wind Turbine, Acoustic Emission, Renewables

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Remaining useful life assessment of offshore wind turbines: Validation of virtual sensing on long term measurements
A. Iliopoulos2, W. Weijtjens5, D. Van Hemelrijck18, C. Devriendt6
aAcoustics and Vibration Research group bMechanics of Materials and Constructions; Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) 54, Brussel, Belgium
offshore, vibration analysis, Structural Health Monitoring, fatigue assessment, Virtual sensing, modal expansion, offshore wind turbines

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Damage Localization at Wind Turbine Support Structures Using Sequential Quadratic Programming for Model Updating
K. Schröder, R. Rolfes6, C. Gebhardt
Institute of Structural Analysis; Leibniz Universität Hannover 72, Hannover, Germany
civil engineering, offshore, vibration analysis, Damage Localization, Model Updating, SQP, Offshore Wind

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Corrosion and fatigue health monitoring systems appraisal for offshore steel structures
M. Denecker, L. Gaillet12, S. Chataigner, J. David, R. Michel2, Y. Falaise
French institute of science and technology for transport, spatial planning, development and networks (IFSTTAR)24, Bouguenais, France
Other Methods, offshore, reliability, condition monitoring, Corrosion, health monitoring, offshore structure, mechanical fatigue

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Wind turbine fault detection through principal component analysis and multivariate statistical inference
F. Pozo6, Y. Vidal3, L. Acho2
Department of Mathematics; Technical University of Catalonia (UPC)38, Barcelona, Spain
statistical analysis, offshore, structural health monitoring, multivariate hypothesis testing, principal component analysis, damage detection

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Experimental validation of stochastic subspace algorithms for structural health monitoring of offshore wind turbine towers and foundations
P. Kraemer6, C. Ebert2, H. Friedmann7, J. Mahowald, B. Wölfel
Wölfel Beratende Ingenieure GmbH + Co.8, Höchberg, Germany
offshore, vibration analysis, stochastic subspace identification, structural health monitoring, offshore wind turbine

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Fleet-wise structural health monitoring of (offshore) wind turbine foundations
W. Weijtjens5, N. Noppe2, T. Verbelen2, C. Devriendt6
AVRG/OWI-lab.; Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) 54, Brussel, Belgium
offshore, vibration analysis, Lifetime Management, Monitoring, Fatigue life, Offshore wind turbine, Wind energy, Load monitoring

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Texture Analysis for Wind Turbine Fault Detection
L. Mujica15, M. Ruiz9, L. Acho2, S. Alférez2, C. Tutivén2, Y. Vidal3, J. Rodellar8
aDepartment of Mathematics, Escola d’Enginyeria de Barcelona Est (EEBest), Campus Diagonal-Besós bDepartment of Mathematics, Escola d’Enginyeria de Barcelona Est (EEBest),Campus Diagonal-Besós; Technical University of Catalonia (UPC)38, Barcelona, Spain
offshore, image processing, Feature Extraction, Pattern recognition, Wind turbine

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Condition monitoring, structural health monitoring, population monitoring – Approach to a definition of the different concepts by means of practical examples from the field of wind energy
H. Friedmann7, P. Kraemer6
Wölfel Beratende Ingenieure GmbH + Co.8, Höchberg, Germany
offshore, condition monitoring, structural health monitoring, cobndition monitoring, population monitoring

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Structural Health Monitoring tools for late and end of life management of Offshore Wind Turbines.
M. McGugan1, S. McKirdy2
1Department of Wind Energy; Technical University of Denmark (DTU)25, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
2Institute for Energy Systems; University of Edinburgh5, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
offshore, composite, condition monitoring, Lifetime Management, Wind Energy, Operation Maintenance Repair, End of Life

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM application to Wind turbines
Damage Detection in Laboratory Scale Model of the Offshore Support Structure Using Two Different Measurement Techniques
M. Mieloszyk111, M. Luczak1, E. Mucchi2, J. Telega1, W. Ostachowicz144
1|Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery; Polish Academy of Sciences (PAS)38, Gdansk, Poland
2Engineering Department; University of Ferrara2, Ferrara, Italy
offshore, vibration analysis, condition monitoring, optical fiber sensor, crack detection, offshore wind turbine, fibre Bragg grating, operational modal analysis, underwater sensors.

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM application to Wind turbines
2016-08
2016-08 EWSHM 2016 SHM by addittion of nanoparticles
Structural Health Monitoring of Bonded Joints Using CNT Doped Adhesives
X. Fernández Sánchez-Romate13, M. Sánchez25, C. García-Nieto2, J. Molinero2, A. Jimenez-Suarez25, A. Güemes122, A. Ureña25
1aDepartment of Applied Mathematics, Materials Science Engineering and Electronic Technology bDepartment of Aerospace Materials and Processes, Technical School of Aeronautical Engineers; Technical University of Madrid (UPM) 50, Madrid, Spain
2aDepartment of Applied Mathematics, Materials Science Engineering and Electronic Technology bMaterials Science and Engineering Area; University of Rey Juan Carlos (URJC)5, Móstoles, Spain
Other Methods, aerospace, offshore, adhesive joint, composite,

EWSHM 2016
Session: SHM by addittion of nanoparticles
2016-08
2015-09 NDCM 2015 Phased Array
Influence of seamless pipes wall thickness variation for the effectiveness of Automated Ultrasonic Testing
R. Nardo, D. Cerniglia5
Dipartimento di Ingegneria Chimica, Gestionale, Informatica, Meccanica; University of Palermo6, Palermo, Italy
Ultrasonic Testing (UT), Pipeline, Modelling, Phased Array, Offshore

NDCM 2015
Session: Phased Array
2015-09
2014-12 ECNDT 2014 Acoustic Emission
Remote Monitoring of Offshore Structures using Acoustic Emission
D. Duthie12, F. Gabriels27
1TUV Rheinland Sonovation Ltd2, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
2TÜV Rheinland Sonovation27, Oosterhout , Netherlands
Acoustic Emission (AE), signal processing, offshore, structural health monitoring (SHM), Stress, Strain, Alarms, IS, CM

ECNDT 2014
Session: Acoustic Emission
2014-12
2014-12 ECNDT 2014 Computed Tomography
Non-destructive monitoring of multiphase hydrocarbon flow by high-speed gamma-ray tomography
G. Johansen12, I. Meric1, R. Maad1, E. Bruvik1, B. Hjertaker1, C. Sætre2
1aDepartment of Physics and Technology bGeophysical Institute cDepartment of Physics and Technology,; University of Bergen4, Bergen, Norway
2Christian Michelsen Research AS3, Bergen, Norway
computed tomography (CT), nuclear, offshore, tomometry, multiphase flow measurement, gamma-ray tomography, flow imaging

ECNDT 2014
Session: Computed Tomography
2014-12
 
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