A complete methodology for the mechanical diagnosis of statue provided by innovative uses of 3D model. Application to the imperial marble statue of Alba-la-Romaine (France). Bagnéris, M., Cherblanc, F., Bromblet, P., Gattet, E., Gügi, L., Nony, N., Mercurio, V., & Pamart, A. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 28:109–116, 2017.
A complete methodology for the mechanical diagnosis of statue provided by innovative uses of 3D model. Application to the imperial marble statue of Alba-la-Romaine (France) [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
A multidisciplinary methodology is presented to assess the mechanical behaviour of a marble statue with complex fracture plans and localized cracks. Firstly, a 3D model is generated by photogrammetry. Its underlying geometrical data provide valuable insight for the physical characterisation and the numerical analysis. Indeed, the ultrasound analysis, which is usually impossible on such a complex shape, is achieved thanks to the accurate measures of distance between transmitter and receiver obtained from the 3D geometrical model. Finally, an innovative use of FEM/DEM analysis is proposed to evaluate the mechanical relevance of a non-destructive basing system. Reflecting the advances of this collective work, the resulting pedestal solution is non-conventional since it is safe, not invasive and totally reversible. A particular attention is paid to use mainly open-source numerical tools from 3D acquisition through mechanical analysis in order to enable the reproducibility of the process.
@article{bagneris_complete_2017,
	title = {A complete methodology for the mechanical diagnosis of statue provided by innovative uses of 3D model. {Application} to the imperial marble statue of {Alba}-la-{Romaine} ({France})},
	volume = {28},
	url = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01529338},
	doi = {10.1016/j.culher.2017.05.002},
	abstract = {A multidisciplinary methodology is presented to assess the mechanical behaviour of a marble statue with complex fracture plans and localized cracks. Firstly, a 3D model is generated by photogrammetry. Its underlying geometrical data provide valuable insight for the physical characterisation and the numerical analysis. Indeed, the ultrasound analysis, which is usually impossible on such a complex shape, is achieved thanks to the accurate measures of distance between transmitter and receiver obtained from the 3D geometrical model. Finally, an innovative use of FEM/DEM analysis is proposed to evaluate the mechanical relevance of a non-destructive basing system. Reflecting the advances of this collective work, the resulting pedestal solution is non-conventional since it is safe, not invasive and totally reversible. A particular attention is paid to use mainly open-source numerical tools from 3D acquisition through mechanical analysis in order to enable the reproducibility of the process.},
	urldate = {2019-02-22},
	journal = {Journal of Cultural Heritage},
	author = {Bagnéris, Marine and Cherblanc, Fabien and Bromblet, Philippe and Gattet, Eloi and Gügi, Léonard and Nony, Nicolas and Mercurio, Vincent and Pamart, Anthony},
	year = {2017},
	keywords = {3D model, Discrete Element Method, Finite Element Method, PROJET=ALBA, Photogrammetry, Ultrasonic velocity, White marble statue},
	pages = {109--116}
}

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