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Input shaping is an active control procedure by which vibrations in a structural subdomain are suppressed. Recently, a scheme based on shaped inputs has been proposed for damage localization purposes; cast on the premise that the vibration signature of a structural domain in a damaged phase will be identical to the signature of the healthy, reference counterpart if, for the same loading conditions, the subdomain containing damage is inactive in terms of vibrations. The methodological idea is, thus, to apply controllable inputs that are shaped such that particular vibration quantities (depending on the type of damage one seeks to localize) are suppressed in one subdomain at the time, hereby resulting in damage being localized when the vibration signature induced by the shaped inputs in the damaged phase corresponds to that obtained in the reference phase. The present paper treats an application study that illustrates the damage localization scheme in simulations on a finite element (FE) model of an offshore jacket structure exposed to stochastic plane wave fields generated from a directional wave spectrum, and with fluid-structure interaction considered in terms of the Morison equation. In both structural phases, that is, the reference and the damaged one with a single mass perturbation, four inputs to be shaped are applied, and the resulting displacements are extracted from a single spatial location within the model. It is contended that the damage can be localized when suppressing displacements near or, ideally, directly at its location.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer646
TidsskriftProcedia Engineering
Vol/bind199
Sider (fra-til)2282-2287
ISSN1877-7058
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2017
BegivenhedThe X International Conference on Structural Dynamics, EURODYN 2017 - Sapienza University of Rome, Rom, Italien
Varighed: 10 sep. 201713 sep. 2017
Konferencens nummer: 10

Konference

KonferenceThe X International Conference on Structural Dynamics, EURODYN 2017
Nummer10
LokationSapienza University of Rome
LandItalien
ByRom
Periode10/09/201713/09/2017

Fingeraftryk

Offshore structures
Fluid structure interaction

Emneord

  • Damage localization
  • Structural health monitoring
  • Input shaping
  • Fluid-structure interaction
  • Offshore structures

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Damage localization in offshore structures using shaped inputs. / Ulriksen, Martin Dalgaard; Bernal, Dionisio; Nielsen, Morten Eggert; Damkilde, Lars.

I: Procedia Engineering, Bind 199, 646, 2017, s. 2282-2287.

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