Incorporation Structural Health Monitoring In The Design Of Slip Formed Concrete Wind Turbine Towers – Progress Report
Keywords: Fracture mechanics, Non-linear FE modeling, Concrete structures, Steel structures, Theoretical dynamics, Experimental dynamics, Damage detection, Structural health monitoring
AbstractThis report contains introduction to the subject as well as descriptions of the problems, a state-of-art overview, descriptions of the methods applied and of the results achieved so far. Furthermore, the report contains a plan for the remaining part of the project period. In the overall perspective, the project combines many different engineering disciplines and thus the report displays a variety of content. The reliability theory ties the different disciplines together, and the focus is chosen on the dominant uncertainties of the modal damage detection as a consequence barrier (risk reduction by decision rule), as the initial studies in the project indicated this as an interesting and innovative approach
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Hovgaard, M. (2013). Incorporation Structural Health Monitoring In The Design Of Slip Formed Concrete Wind Turbine Towers – Progress Report. Technical Report Civil and Architectural Engineering, 1(1). Retrieved from https://tidsskrift.dk/cae/article/view/21121
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