8 April 2010 An integrated health management system for real-time impact monitoring and prediction of impact-induced damage on composite structures
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Next generation technology of integrated health management systems for air-transportation structures will utilize SHM methods in combination with simulation techniques for the prediction of structural degradation induced by adverse events such as impacts. The contribution focuses on the development of an advanced real-time monitoring system for impact loads using passive sensing networks. Starting from the fundamental approach of real-time monitoring based on system identification models, problems of model order, signal conditioning and efficient model training will be addressed. Finally, the load monitoring system is interactively linked to a damage prediction module based on numerical failure analysis employing composite failure criteria. The utilization of appropriate database techniques allows a real-time prediction of impact induced damage after detection of any adverse impact event making information available on developing degradation at the earliest possible state.
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Ingolf Mueller, Samik Das, Surajit Roy, Vishnu Janapati, Kerstin Vonnieda, David Zhang, Fu-Kuo Chang, "An integrated health management system for real-time impact monitoring and prediction of impact-induced damage on composite structures", Proc. SPIE 7650, Health Monitoring of Structural and Biological Systems 2010, 76501D (8 April 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.849667; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.849667
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