Experimental modal analysis using blind source separation techniques

  title={Experimental modal analysis using blind source separation techniques},
  author={F. Poncelet and G. Kerschen and JC. Golinval},
Recently, statistical and empirical signal processing techniques such as the proper orthogonal decomposition and the Hilbert-Huang transform have shown promise for structural system identification. In the present study, experimental modal analysis is carried out by employing blind source separation techniques and by interpreting the response of a mechanical system as a static mixture of sources. Specifically, it is shown under which circumstances the normal coordinates of the vibration modes… CONTINUE READING
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