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Damage localization map using electromechanical impedance spectrums and inverse distance weighting interpolation: Experimental validation on thin composite structures

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Piezoelectric sensors are widely used for structure health monitoring technique. In particular, electromechanical impedance techniques give simple and low-cost solutions for detecting damage in composite structures. The purpose of the method proposed in this article is to generate a damage localization map based on both indicators computed from electromechanical impedance spectrums and inverse distance weighting interpolation. The weights for the interpolation have a physical sense and are computed according to an exponential law of the measured attenuation of acoustic waves. One of the main advantages of the method, so-called data-driven method, is that only experimental data are used as inputs for our algorithm. It does not rely on any model. The proposed method has been validated on both one-dimensional and two-dimensional composite structures.
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hal-01853230 , version 1 (02-08-2018)

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Olivier Cherrier, Pierre Selva, Valérie Pommier-Budinger, Frederic Lachaud, Joseph Morlier. Damage localization map using electromechanical impedance spectrums and inverse distance weighting interpolation: Experimental validation on thin composite structures. Structural Health Monitoring, 2013, 12 (4), pp.311-324. ⟨10.1177/1475921713493343⟩. ⟨hal-01853230⟩
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