Probabilistic Identification of Simulated Damage on the Dowling Hall Footbridge through Bayesian FE Model Updating

@inproceedings{Behmanesh2014ProbabilisticIO,
  title={Probabilistic Identification of Simulated Damage on the Dowling Hall Footbridge through Bayesian FE Model Updating},
  author={Iman Behmanesh and Babak Moaveni},
  year={2014}
}
This paper presents a probabilistic damage identification study on a full-scale structure, the Dowling Hall Footbridge, through a Bayesian finite element (FE) model updating. The footbridge is located at Tufts University and is equipped with a continuous monitoring system that measures its ambient acceleration response. A set of data is recorded once every hour or when triggered by large vibrations. The modal parameters of the footbridge are extracted from each set of data and are used for FE… CONTINUE READING

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