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Detection of early warning signals for the imminent failure of large and complex engineered structures is a daunting challenge with many open research questions. In this paper we report on novel ways to perform Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of flood protection systems (levees, earthen dikes and concrete dams) using sensor data. We present a robust(More)
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The problem of sensor fault detection is important part of the overall system health estimation. Without assuring correct sensor readings it is impossible to make any conclusion about system status. On the other hand, it is essential not to confuse sensor faults and abnormal sensor behavior caused by other reasons, such as dynamically changing system(More)
We developed a robust approach for real-time levee condition monitoring based on combination of data-driven methods (one-side classification) and finite element analysis. It was implemented within a flood early warning system and validated on a series of full-scale levee failure experiments organised by the IJkdijk consortium in August-September 2012 in the(More)
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