Recent advances in sensor technologies coupled with the development of machine/deep learning strategies are opening new frontiers in Structural Health Monitoring (SHM). Dealing with structural vibrations recorded with pervasive sensor networks, SHM aims at extracting meaningful damage-sensitive features from the data, shaped as multivariate time series, and taking real-time decisions concerning the safety level. Within this context, we discuss an approach able to detect and localize a structural damage avoiding any pre-processing of the acquired data. The method takes advantage of the capability of Deep Learning of Fully Convolutional Networks, trained during an offline SHM phase. As a hybrid model- and data-based solution is looked for, Reduced Order Models are also built in the offline phase to reduce the computational burden of the whole monitoring approach. Through a numerical benchmark test, we show how the proposed method can recognize and localize different damage states.

A Hybrid Structural Health Monitoring Approach Based on Reduced-Order Modelling and Deep Learning

Rosafalco, Luca;Corigliano, Alberto;Manzoni, Andrea;Mariani, Stefano
2020

Abstract

Recent advances in sensor technologies coupled with the development of machine/deep learning strategies are opening new frontiers in Structural Health Monitoring (SHM). Dealing with structural vibrations recorded with pervasive sensor networks, SHM aims at extracting meaningful damage-sensitive features from the data, shaped as multivariate time series, and taking real-time decisions concerning the safety level. Within this context, we discuss an approach able to detect and localize a structural damage avoiding any pre-processing of the acquired data. The method takes advantage of the capability of Deep Learning of Fully Convolutional Networks, trained during an offline SHM phase. As a hybrid model- and data-based solution is looked for, Reduced Order Models are also built in the offline phase to reduce the computational burden of the whole monitoring approach. Through a numerical benchmark test, we show how the proposed method can recognize and localize different damage states.
6th International Electronic Conference on Sensors and Applications
Structural health monitoring; fully convolutional networks; damage localization; time series analysis; deep learning.
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