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Table Of Contents

1.1 Background
1.2 Objectives and Scopes of the Research
1.3 Contributions of the Research
1.4 Literature Survey
1.4.1 Direct Methods
1.4.2 Sensitivity Based Methods
1.4.2.2 Damage Detection of Structures
1.5 Organization of Dissertation
CHAPTER 2 FINITE ELEMENT MODAL ANALYSIS TOOLBOX DEVELOPMENT
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Shape Functions
2.3 Finite Element Mass and Stiffness Matrices
2.4 Governing Equation and Solution
2.5 Element Types
2.6 Program Realization in Matlab
2.7 Program Verification
2.7.1 Time Period of Simply Supported Beam
2.7.2 Plane Frame – Bathe and Wilson Eigenvalue Problem
2.8 Chapter Conclusions
CHAPTER 3 FINITE ELEMENT MODEL UPDATING IN STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS
3.1.1 Finite Element Modeling
3.1.2 Modal Testing and System Identification
3.2 Techniques for Comparison and Correlation for Model Updating
3.2.1 Direct Natural Frequency Correlation
3.2.2 Visual Comparison of Mode Shapes
3.2.3 Direct Mode Shape Correlation
3.2.4 Modal Assurance Criterion
3.2.5 Normalized Modal Difference
3.2.6 Coordinate Modal Assurance Criterion
3.2.7 Orthogonality Methods
3.2.8 Energy Comparison and Force Balance
3.3 Incompatibility in Measured and Finite Element Data
3.3.1 Model Reduction
3.3.2 Mode Shape Expansion
3.3.2.1 Kidder Dynamic Expansion
3.3.2.2 Modal Expansion Method
3.4 Two Proposed Methods for Mode Shape Expansion
3.4.1 Modal Flexibility Method
3.4.2 Normalized Modal Difference Method
3.4.3 Performance Metrics
3.4.4 Simulated Case Study
3.6 Chapter Conclusions
CHAPTER 4 FINITE ELEMENT MODEL UPDATING PROCEDURE
4.1 Theoretical Procedure
4.1.1 Objective Function
4.1.1.1 Eigenfrequencies
4.1.1.2 Mode Shapes
4.1.1.3 Modal Flexibility
4.1.1.4 Modal Strain Energy
4.1.2 Weighting
4.1.3 Gradient of Objective Function
4.2 Finite Element Model Updating Parameters
4.2.1 Physical Parameters
4.2.2 Substructure Parameters
4.3 Selection of Updating Parameters
4.3.1 Empirically Based Selection of Updating Parameters
4.3.2 Sensitivity Based Selection of Updating Parameters
4.4 Optimization Algorithm
4.4.1 Search Direction
4.4.2 Line Search and Trust Region Strategies
4.4.3 Sequential Quadratic Programming
4.4.3.1 Updating the Hessian Matrix of the Lagrange Function
4.5 Chapter Conclusions
CHAPTER 5 FINITE ELEMENT MODEL UPDATING USING SINGLE-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION
5.1 Mass Normalization of Operational Mode Shapes
5.1.1 Sensitivity Based Method
5.1.2 Using Orthogonality of Modes with Mass Matrix
5.1.3 Finite Element Model Approach
5.2 Objective Functions and Constraints
5.3 Optimization Techniques
5.3.1 Subproblem Approximation Method
5.3.2 First-Order Optimization Method
5.4 Simulated Simply Supported Beam
5.5 Concrete Filled Steel Tubular Arch Bridge
5.5.1 Bridge Description and Finite Element Modeling
5.5.3 Parameters Selection for Finite Element Model Updating
5.5.4 Finite Element Model Updating
5.5.5 Physical Meaning of Updated Parameters
5.5.6 Conclusions from the Updating of Full Scale Arch Bridge
5.6 Chapter Conclusions
CHAPTER 6 FINITE ELEMENT MODEL UPDATING USING MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Multi-Objective Optimization
6.3 Theoretical Procedure for Multi-objective Optimization
6.3.1 Formulation of Objective Functions and Constraints
6.3.2 Objective Function Gradient
6.4 Simulated Simply Supported Beam
6.5 Precast Continuous Box Girder Bridge
6.5.1 Bridge Description and Finite Element Modeling
6.5.3 Parameters Selection for Finite Element Model Updating
6.5.4 Finite Element Model Updating
6.5.5 Conclusions from Updating of a Continuous Girder Bridge
6.6 Chapter Conclusions
7.1 Theoretical Background
7.1.1 Objective Function and Minimization Problem
7.1.2 Objective Function Gradient
7.1.3 Optimization Algorithm
7.2 Simulated Simply Supported Beam
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Finite Element Model Updating of Civil Engineering Structures Under Operational Conditions

Finite Element Model Updating of Civil Engineering Structures Under Operational Conditions

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