58G Structural Health Monitoring - Serdar Soyoz
24.09.2013
Outline
Health Monitoring of
Real-World Structures
Civil Engineering
Bogazici University
Fall 2013
Structural Health Monitoring
CE-58G
Vulnerability of Civil Infrastructure
Soil-Structure Interact
SAMCO Final Report 2006
F10-Teaching Materials
SAMCO
Association
Structural Assessment Monitoring and Control
SAMCO
Structural Assessment Monitoring and Control
SAMCO Educational Module 02:
Monitoring and Assessment of
Bridges and Structures
Produced by t
SAMCO Final Report 2006
F10-Teaching Materials
ISIS and SAMCO Educational Module 5:
An Introduction to
Structural Health Monitoring
Prepared by ISIS Canada and SAMCO Network of the European Commission
www.samco.org
www.isiscanada.com
Principal Contributor
SAMCO Final Report 2006
F10-Teaching Materials
Intro to
Module Objectives
SHM
ISIS Educational Module 5:
To provide students with a general
awareness of Structural Health Monitoring
(SHM) and its potential applications
An Introduction to Structural Healt
Experimental Modal Analysis
A Simple Non-Mathematical Presentation
Peter Avitabile, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Lowell, Massachusetts
Often times, people ask some simple questions regarding
modal analysis and how structures vibrate. Most times, it
A Holistic Approach to Decentralized Structural Damage Localization Using
Wireless Sensor Networks
Gregory Hackmann , Fei Sun , Nestor Castaneda , Chenyang Lu , Shirley Dyke
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Department of Mechanical, Aerospac
SOURCE: Jerome P. Lynch, " Damage Characterization of the IASC-ASCE Structural
Health Monitoring Benchmark Structure by Transfer Function Pole Migration, " Proceedings
of the 2005 ASCE Structures Congress, New York, NY, April 20-23, 2005. 2005.
Damage Cha
Real-time seismic monitoring of Veterans Affairs hospital buildings
Hasan S. Ulusoy*a, Erol Kalkanb, and Krishna Bangac
345 Middlefield Road MS 977, Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA
b
United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA
c
Department of Vet
BOAZ UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
CE58-G: STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING
LITERATURE DISCUSSION
MEHTAP ENYURT
CE 58G- STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING
1
OUTLINE
Real-Time Seismic Monitoring Needs of a Building Owner and the Solution: A Cooperative
13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering
Vancouver, B.C., Canada
August 1-6, 2004
Paper No. 3104
REAL-TIME SEISMIC MONITORING NEEDS OF A BUILDING OWNER
AND THE SOLUTION - A COOPERATIVE EFFORT
M. elebi1, A. Sanli22 M. Sinclair3, S. Gallant3 and D. R
1. REAL-TIME SEISMIC MONITORING NEEDS OF A BUILDING OWNER
AND THE SOLUTION - A COOPERATIVE EFFORT
M. elebi, A. Sanli M. Sinclair, S. Gallant and D. Radulescu
The aim: to implement a seismic monitoring system for
24-story building facilities to
measure the
Simple Vibration Problems with MATLAB (and
Some Help from MAPLE)
Original Version by Stephen Kuchnicki
December 7, 2009
Contents
Preface
ix
1 Introduction
1
2 SDOF Undamped Oscillation
3
3 A Damped SDOF System
11
4 Overdamped SDOF Oscillation
17
5 Harmoni
APPENDIX B. DUHAMEL INTEGRAL FOR AN
UNDAMPED AND DAMPED SYSTEM
The unit impulse response procedure for approximating the response of a structure to a
may be used as the basis for developing a formula for evaluating response to a general
dynamic loading. C
Ch. 3: Forced Vibration of 1-DOF System
3.0 Outline
Harmonic Excitation
Frequency Response Function
Applications
Periodic Excitation
Non-periodic Excitation
3.0 Outline
Ch. 3: Forced Vibration of 1-DOF System
3.1 Harmonic Excitation
Force input function o
Finite Difference Impulsive Response Analysis of a
Frame Structure A MATLAB Computational ProjectBased Learning
Hossein Rahemi, Ph. D.1, Shazim Baksh2
Abstract The aim is to implement a computational project-based learning methodology in engineering cours
Response of a Damped System under Harmonic Force
The equation of motion is written in the form:
m cx kx F0 cost
x
(1)
Note that F0 is the amplitude of the driving force and is the
driving (or forcing) frequency, not to be confused with n.
Equation (1) is
CE 58G Structural Health Monitoring
Fall 2015-HW #3 (Due Nov 9)
1. Any function can be represented exactly by Fourier series given infinite number of terms is
included. Compare the original square wave given below and its representation with the first 20
CE 58G Structural Health Monitoring
Fall 2015-HW #1 (Due Oct 19)
1. Obtain the response of an SDOF system under a given force which is applied statically and
dynamically.
2. Compute the total response of a spring-mass system with the values k=1000 N/m, m=