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14 July 2004 Exploration of structural identification tools and barriers on a laboratory model
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In this paper a structural identification (St-Id) case study on a laboratory physical model is presented. The main objective is to understand the reliability of ambient monitoring as the principal global experimentation tool for St-Id and to address the issues related to the projection of the laboratory study to a bridge structure. Linear deterministic FE modeling, controlled static load tests, impact tests and ambient vibration tests are utilized as St-Id tools to supplement each other in the study. The results showed that even under controlled laboratory conditions, uncertainties in the St-Id process cannot be completely avoided and govern the reliability of an St-Id study. Issues regarding the successful application of ambient vibration testing on a real-life bridge structure based on laboratory model results are addressed.
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Korhan Ciloglu, Qin Pan, Kirk A. Grimmelsman, F. Nacati Catbas, and A. Emin Aktan "Exploration of structural identification tools and barriers on a laboratory model", Proc. SPIE 5395, Nondestructive Detection and Measurement for Homeland Security II, (14 July 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.544682
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