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LECTURE 03

TITLE: Using MatLab and the abravibe toolbox for OMA. Data quality analysis and signal processing for OMA

SPEAKER: Anders Brandt

DATE: Tuesday, May 11, 2021 - 17:00  

Anders Brandt, Professor, Vice Head of SDU Mechanical Engineering, University of Southern Denmark.

 

Anders has thirty years of industrial and academic experience as a consultant, researcher, and teacher in applications of signal analysis in acoustics, experimental structural dynamics and mechanical wave propagation in structures. He is the author of “Noise and Vibration Analysis – Signal Analysis and Experimental Procedures,” published by Wiley 2011. He is also the designer of the ABRAVIBE toolbox for teaching and learning vibration analysis, and is maintaining the website abravibe.com with additional resources for teaching, learning, and applying vibration analysis. Anders is a devoted and appreciated teacher and has held over 250 short-courses for industry around the world, on topics such as data acquisition, vibration analysis, and modal analysis, besides 20 years of teaching university courses.

LECTURE 04

TITLE: Using MatLab and the abravibe toolbox for OMA. OMA Parameter estimation 

SPEAKER: Anders Brandt

DATE: Thursday, May 13, 2021 - 17:00

Anders Brandt, Professor, Vice Head of SDU Mechanical Engineering, University of Southern Denmark.

 

Anders has thirty years of industrial and academic experience as a consultant, researcher, and teacher in applications of signal analysis in acoustics, experimental structural dynamics and mechanical wave propagation in structures. He is the author of “Noise and Vibration Analysis – Signal Analysis and Experimental Procedures,” published by Wiley 2011. He is also the designer of the ABRAVIBE toolbox for teaching and learning vibration analysis, and is maintaining the website abravibe.com with additional resources for teaching, learning, and applying vibration analysis. Anders is a devoted and appreciated teacher and has held over 250 short-courses for industry around the world, on topics such as data acquisition, vibration analysis, and modal analysis, besides 20 years of teaching university courses.

LECTURE 05

TITLE: Future aspects of SHM

SPEAKER: Rune Brincker

DATE: Thursday, February  25, 2021 -  17:00

LECTURE 06

TITLE: Modal test planning and fe-test correlation

SPEAKER: Eddy Dascotte

DATE: Thursday, April 1, 2021 - 17:00

Eddy Dascotte obtained a master degree in civil engineering from the University of Brussels, Belgium (1984). He has authored or co-authored more than 40 papers in the field of finite element model validation and updating since 1987.

In 1994 he co-founded Dynamic Design Solutions, located in Leuven, Belgium. This company is dedicated to the research and development of software solutions for the combined use of finite element analysis and test data for applications in structural dynamics.

LECTURE 07

TITLE: Strain based OMA; Application to damage assessment

SPEAKER: Guido De Roeck, Edwin Reynders, Dimitrios Anastasopoulos

DATE: Thursday, April 29, 2021 - 17:00

Guido de Roeck is Professor emeritus of the University of Leuven (KU Leuven), past head of the Structural  Mechanics Section and author of more than 500 scientific journal and conference papers.  He is a world-famous expert in vibration based damage detection, dynamic system identification and soil structure interaction and vehicle bridge interaction. More specifically, the research of Structural  Mechanics Section is notorious for the pioneering work in operational modal analysis, combined deterministic-stochastic subspace identification, fully automated (operational) modal analysis, derivation of uncertainty bounds on modal parameters from stochastic subspace identification, damage assessment  by model updating.  

The Section is also very much engaged in extensive experimental work on buildings and bridges to apply  and validate the developed algorithms. In one of the recent projects sub-microstrain FBG data have  proven to identify very accurate modal strains which will allow the detection of small local damage.  

Professor Guido De Roeck was coordinator of EC Brite Euram project “System Identification to Monitor  Civil Engineering Structures (SIMCES)”, participated to the European projects RFCS “Fatigue damage  control and assessment for road and railways bridges (FADLESS)” (2009-2012) and RFCS “DEsign for  opTimal life cycle costs (LCC) of high-speed rAILway bridges by enhanced monitoring systems (DETAILS)”,  and was lecturer in the Marie Curie course SICON TC3 on ”Experimental dynamics model identification and damage detection” (2008) and the CISM course on ”New trends in vibration based structural health  monitoring” (2008).  

The Structural Mechanics Section is frequently cooperating with (inter)national industrial partners on  short and long term research projects. The Section has been and is a key partner.

PAST LECTURES

LECTURE 01​

TITLE: Examples of application of SHM on earthquake and blast environment

SPEAKER: Rubén Boroschek.  Professor.  Civil Engineering Department. University of Chile

DATE: October 8th. 2020.

LECTURE 02

TITLE: Structural Modification Prediction in an OMA Enviroment

SPEAKER: Joerg Bienert, Professor Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt (THI - Univ. of Applied Sciences) Germany

DATE: October 29th. 2020.

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