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A Bayesian Filtering Approach to Operational Modal Analysis with Recovery of Forcing Signals

@inproceedings{Rogers2018ABF,
  title={A Bayesian Filtering Approach to Operational Modal Analysis with Recovery of Forcing Signals},
  author={T. J. Rogers and Keith Worden and Graeme Manson and Ulf Tyge Tygesen and Emily J. Cross},
  year={2018}
}
  • T. J. Rogers, Keith Worden, +2 authors Emily J. Cross
  • Published 2018
  • The problem of Operational Modal Analysis (OMA) is a difficult and active area of research; this is especially the case when loads on a structure, which can’t be measured, are harmonic and close to the resonance frequencies of the structure, and if the structure is lightly damped. This situation can arise in many areas of engineering, one key example is in the offshore energy industry where wave loads are commonly a narrowband random loading and it is not easy to structurally alter the system… CONTINUE READING

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