Automated visual assessment of structural conditions by FE model updating using Building Information Modeling (BIM). Bahmanoo, S., Valinejadshoubi, M., Sakib, F., Sabamehr, A., Bagchi, A., & Bhowmick, A. In pages 119 - 120, Montreal, QC, Canada, 2019. Building Information Model - BIM;Finite-element model updating;Integrated data management;Natural frequencies and modes;Stiffness and damping;Structural health monitoring (SHM);Vibration based damage identifications;Vibrational response;
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Vibration-Based Damage Identification (VBDI) is an important class of techniques used for Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of aerospace, civil and mechanical engineering structures. According to VBDI premise, the deviation in structural properties such as mass, stiffness and damping ratio could be associated by adverse changes on global vibrational response of structure as an indication of damage. Thus, finite element model updating technique has been widely adopted as a part of VBDI process to obtain and evaluate up-to-date structure model, structural properties and performance. However, using a visual data management system to collect and categorize the updated structural properties as well as the corresponding global vibration signatures such as natural frequencies and mode shapes in subsequent states is yet to be fully realized. Therefore, utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM) as an integrated data management system would be a great step towards enhancing the efficiency of finite model updating technique in terms of data presentation and decision making. In this study a vibration-based SHM framework is demonstrated through adopting a FE model of a 4-story steel frame as the case study.
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@inproceedings{20201308355082 ,
language = {English},
copyright = {Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2023 Elsevier Inc.},
copyright = {Compendex},
title = {Automated visual assessment of structural conditions by FE model updating using Building Information Modeling (BIM)},
journal = {Proceedings of 30th International Conference on Adaptive Structures and Technologies, ICAST 2019},
author = {Bahmanoo, S. and Valinejadshoubi, M. and Sakib, F.A. and Sabamehr, A. and Bagchi, A. and Bhowmick, A.},
year = {2019},
pages = {119 - 120},
address = {Montreal, QC, Canada},
abstract = {Vibration-Based Damage Identification (VBDI) is an important class of techniques used for Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of aerospace, civil and mechanical engineering structures. According to VBDI premise, the deviation in structural properties such as mass, stiffness and damping ratio could be associated by adverse changes on global vibrational response of structure as an indication of damage. Thus, finite element model updating technique has been widely adopted as a part of VBDI process to obtain and evaluate up-to-date structure model, structural properties and performance. However, using a visual data management system to collect and categorize the updated structural properties as well as the corresponding global vibration signatures such as natural frequencies and mode shapes in subsequent states is yet to be fully realized. Therefore, utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM) as an integrated data management system would be a great step towards enhancing the efficiency of finite model updating technique in terms of data presentation and decision making. In this study a vibration-based SHM framework is demonstrated through adopting a FE model of a 4-story steel frame as the case study.<br/> &copy; copyright Environment and Climate Change Canada.},
key = {Decision making},
keywords = {Finite element method;Information theory;Structural properties;Information management;Vibrations (mechanical);Architectural design;Damage detection;Structural health monitoring;},
note = {Building Information Model - BIM;Finite-element model updating;Integrated data management;Natural frequencies and modes;Stiffness and damping;Structural health monitoring (SHM);Vibration based damage identifications;Vibrational response;},
}

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