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Structural health monitoring has been a research interest for its great potential for life safety and economic benefits for decades. Structural vibration impedance by way of piezoceramic patch excitation and sensoring offers a local damage detection technique and has caused a wide research...
Oil analysis is the main condition monitoring technique for reciprocating machinery maintenance and fault diagnosis. The object of this research was to choose and to investigate the best oil for Dump Truck HD325-5, used for transportation of minerals, by oil condition monitoring. This was...
Traditional structural health monitoring techniques based on the vibration response of bridge structures are limited because of several factors — including a poorly formed aggregate system model, very low SNR, and unrealistic boundary conditions. Many times, these methods rely on global...
A 2.4 mm diameter piezoelectric ceramic disc was used to construct a spring-loaded pin-type transducer for intelligent monitoring of systems. Two types of lead-free KNN-based ceramics (0.95K 0.5 Na 0.5 (Nb 0.94 Sb 0.06 )O 3 — 0.05LiTaO 3 + 1.25 mol% BaO and K 0.5 Na 0.5 NbO 3 -0.75 mol% K 5.4...
A fuzzy logic system (FLS) with a new sliding window defuzzifier is proposed for structural damage detection using modal curvatures. Changes in the modal curvatures due to damage are fuzzified using Gaussian fuzzy sets and mapped to damage location and size using the FLS. The first four modal...
This study aimed at the development of vibration-based health monitoring methodology for thin circular plates. The possibility of using the first several natural frequencies of a circular plate for damage detection purposes was investigated first. The study then suggested a damage detection...
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