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Published: Građevinar 68 (2016) 7
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Testing heuristic optimisation methods for vibration-based detection of damage

Ahmed Alalikhan, Saad Al-Wazni, Zoran Mišković, Ratko Salatić, Ljiljana Mišković

Abstract

Considerable efforts have been made in recent years for the development of non-destructive techniques for detection of structural damage based on changes of dynamic parameters of structures. The tests are made on a model of a simple beam with cantilevers. Two heuristic optimisation techniques are used in the proposed procedure for detecting the location and level of damage: taboo search and simulated annealing. The results show that both proposes procedures, with appropriate target functions and weight factors, are highly efficient for detecting the location and level of damage.

Keywords
damage detection, taboo search, simulated annealing, modal parameters, heuristic optimization

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE:

Alalikhan, A., Al-Wazni, S., Mišković, Z., Salatić, R., Mišković, L.: Testing heuristic optimisation methods for vibration-based detection of damage , GRAĐEVINAR, 68 (2016) 7, pp. 543-557, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.1410.2015

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Alalikhan, A., Al-Wazni, S., Mišković, Z., Salatić, R., Mišković, L. (2016). Testing heuristic optimisation methods for vibration-based detection of damage , GRAĐEVINAR, 68 (7), 543-557, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.1410.2015

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Ahmed Alalikhan
University of Kufa, Iraq
Faculty of Civil Engineering
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Saad Al-Wazni
University of Kufa, Iraq
Faculty of Civil Engineering
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Zoran Mišković
University of Belgrade
Faculty of Civil Engineering
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Ratko Salatić
University of Belgrade
Faculty of Civil Engineering
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Ljiljana Mišković
Institute of Transport - CIP, Belgrade
Structures Department