Identification of Behavioral Features of Bridge Structure Based on Static Image Sequences
|Published in:||Advances in Civil Engineering, January 2020, v. 2020|
This paper aims to further enhance the accuracy and efficiency of large bridge structural health monitoring (SHM) through noncontact remote sensing (NRS). For these purposes, the authors put forward an intelligent NRS method that collects the holographic geometric deformation of the test bridge, using the static image sequences. Specifically, a uniaxial automatic cruise acquisition device was designed to collect the dynamic and static images on bridge facade under different damage conditions. Considering the strong spatiotemporal correlations of the sequence data, the relationships between the time history images in six fixed fields of view were identified through deep learning under spatiotemporal sequences. On this basis, the behavioral features of the bridge structure were obtained under vehicle load. Finally, the global holographic deformation of the test bridge and the envelope spectrum of the global holographic deformation were derived from the deformation data. The research results show that the output data of our NRS method were basically consistent with the finite-element prediction (maximum error: 11.11%) and dial gauge measurement (maximum error: 12.12%); the NRS method is highly sensitive to the actual deformation of the bridge structure under different damage conditions and can capture the deformation in a continuous and accurate manner. Compared with the limited number of measuring points, holographic deformation data also shows higher sensitivity in damage identification.
|Copyright:||© 2020 Guojun Deng et al.|
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