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Structural health monitoring has been studied by a number of researchers as well as various industries to keep up with the increasing demand for preventive maintenance routines. This work presents a novel method for reconstruct prompt, informed strain/stress responses at

Structural health monitoring has been studied by a number of researchers as well as various industries to keep up with the increasing demand for preventive maintenance routines. This work presents a novel method for reconstruct prompt, informed strain/stress responses at the hot spots of the structures based on strain measurements at remote locations.

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    2016-08-16
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/s16081290
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    He, J., Zhou, Y., Guan, X., Zhang, W., Zhang, W., & Liu, Y. (2016). Time Domain Strain/Stress Reconstruction Based on Empirical Mode Decomposition: Numerical Study and Experimental Validation. Sensors, 16(8), 1290. doi:10.3390/s16081290

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