Evaluation of the Hilbert Huang transformation of transient signals for bridge condition assessment
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The assessment of bridge condition from vibration measurements has generally been determined via the monitoring of modal parameters determined though adaptations of the standard Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) or other stationary time-series based transformations. However, the nonstationary nature of measured vibration signals from damaged structures can limit the quality of frequency content information estimated by such methods. The Hilbert–Huang Transform’s (HHT) ability to decompose non-stationary measured vibration data into a time-frequency-energy representation allows signal variations to be identified sooner than other stationary-based transformations, thus potentially allowing early detection of damage. The present study uses data obtained from a progressive damage test conducted on a real bridge subjected to excitation from a double axle passing vehicle as a test subject. Decomposed vibration signals from the HHT and associated marginal spectrums are assessed to determine structural condition for various damage states and different locations along the bridge.
CitationMoughty, J., Casas, J. Evaluation of the Hilbert Huang transformation of transient signals for bridge condition assessment. A: European Safety and Reliability Conference. "Safety and Reliability: Theory and Applications". Portoroz: CRC Press, 2017, p. 2741-2749.
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