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Fully automated physics-regularized model updating algorithm for vibration-based damage detection from sparse data

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Abstract

Digital twins efficiency lies in fast and representative solutions of inverse problems to accomodate models with physical observations. The quality of the solution of an inverse problem is conditioned by inherent features of the latter, in particular (i) the richness of available data, (ii) the a priori experimental and modeling knowledge that allows to regularize the ill-posedness nature of the problem, and (iii) the complexity of the space in which updated parameters are sought. We present in this contribution a fully automated robust model updating framework dedicated to the correction of finite element models from low-frequency dynamics measurements. The proposed methodology is based on the minimization of a modified Constitutive Relation Error (mCRE) functional, whose basic idea is to construct mechanical fields and identify material parameters that are a trade-off between all available information but without any further assumptions. The dependency into some expert-user's judgment is thus avoided. Dedicated rules are provided to automatically calibrate all mCRE internal tuning parameters as well as a strategy to optimize the space in which parameters are sought, leading to a fully autonomous algorithm. The performance and robustness of the proposed model updating methodology are illustrated using synthetic ground motion tests on a bending plate in which defects of various shapes are identified from noisy acceleration datasets, with inherent limitations due to sensors sparsity and defect observability.
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hal-03872031 , version 1 (25-11-2022)

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Matthieu Diaz, Pierre-Étienne Charbonnel, Ludovic Chamoin. Fully automated physics-regularized model updating algorithm for vibration-based damage detection from sparse data. 2022. ⟨hal-03872031⟩
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