8 April 2010 Research of diagnosis sensors fault based on correlation analysis of the bridge structural health monitoring system
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Bridge structural health monitoring system is a typical multi-sensor measurement system due to the multi-parameters of bridge structure collected from the monitoring sites on the river-spanning bridges. Bridge structure monitored by multi-sensors is an entity, when subjected to external action; there will be different performances to different bridge structure parameters. Therefore, the data acquired by each sensor should exist countless correlation relation. However, complexity of the correlation relation is decided by complexity of bridge structure. Traditionally correlation analysis among monitoring sites is mainly considered from physical locations. unfortunately, this method is so simple that it cannot describe the correlation in detail. The paper analyzes the correlation among the bridge monitoring sites according to the bridge structural data, defines the correlation of bridge monitoring sites and describes its several forms, then integrating the correlative theory of data mining and signal system to establish the correlation model to describe the correlation among the bridge monitoring sites quantificationally. Finally, The Chongqing Mashangxi Yangtze river bridge health measurement system is regards as research object to diagnosis sensors fault, and simulation results verify the effectiveness of the designed method and theoretical discussions.
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Shunren Hu, Shunren Hu, Weimin Chen, Weimin Chen, Lin Liu, Lin Liu, Xiaoxia Gao, Xiaoxia Gao, } "Research of diagnosis sensors fault based on correlation analysis of the bridge structural health monitoring system", Proc. SPIE 7650, Health Monitoring of Structural and Biological Systems 2010, 76500A (8 April 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.847070; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.847070
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