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Quality identification methodology applied to wall-elements based on modal analysis

Abstract : The recommendation of structural standards, e.g. PN-B-03002, shows a need to control the production quality of wall-elements; the quality control demands suitable guidelines to fit the requirements of the current mass-production of the wall-elements, then, the structural standard recognizes the need of improving the methods to identify the real elements quality. The paper aims to discuss these issues. The proposed inspection methodology corresponds to assessment models that combine the numerical and symptomatic models to evaluate the critical levels of wall-elements, based on non-intrusive tests through the measurement of a set of signals, using the Experimental Modal Analysis (EMA)-based techniques. The presented work is developed with an approach that applies advanced calculating techniques used for the structural analysis in civil engineering focused on the technical state assessment. The paper proposes a diagnostic methodology that can be added to the current regulations and standards based on EMA techniques.
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Mariusz Zóltowski, Tomasz Kałaczynski, Ronald Martinod. Quality identification methodology applied to wall-elements based on modal analysis. Multidiscipline Modeling in Materials and Structures, Emerald, 2015, 11 (4), pp.507-516. ⟨10.1108/MMMS-06-2015-0030⟩. ⟨hal-02182057⟩



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