Distinguishing between sensor fault, structural damage, and environmental or operational effects in structural health monitoring

@inproceedings{Kullaa2011DistinguishingBS,
  title={Distinguishing between sensor fault, structural damage, and environmental or operational effects in structural health monitoring},
  author={Jyrki Kullaa},
  year={2011}
}
  • Jyrki Kullaa
  • Published 2011
  • Mathematics
  • Abstract Discrimination between three different sources of variability in a vibration-based structural health monitoring system is investigated: environmental or operational effects, sensor faults, and structural damage. Separating the environmental or operational effects from the other two is based on the assumption that measurements under different environmental or operational conditions are included in the training data. Distinguishing between sensor fault and structural damage utilizes the… CONTINUE READING

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