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González, Rodrigo A. (author), Tiels, Koen (author), Oomen, T.A.E. (author)
Sampling in control applications is increasingly done non-equidistantly in time. This includes applications in motion control, networked control, resource-aware control, and event-based control. Some of these applications, like the ones where displacement is tracked using incremental encoders, are driven by signals that are only measured when...
journal article 2024
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Cerdà Alonso, Marina (author)
Floating Offshore Wind Turbines (FOWTs) have emerged as a promising technology for generating clean energy in deep water locations. Bluewater Energy Services proposes a Tension Leg Platform (TLP) as the floating support structure. An effective Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) system (of which there are various types) can facilitate timely...
master thesis 2023
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Zou, Joanna (author), Lourens, E. (author), Cicirello, A. (author)
Virtual sensing techniques have gained traction in applications to the structural health monitoring of monopile-based offshore wind turbines, as the strain response below the mudline, which is a primary indicator of fatigue damage accumulation, is impractical to measure directly with physical instrumentation. The Gaussian process latent force...
journal article 2023
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Petersen, Oyvind W. (author), Øiseth, Ole (author), Nord, Torodd S. (author), Lourens, E. (author)
Numerical predictions of the dynamic response of complex structures are often uncertain due to uncertainties inherited from the assumed load effects. Inverse methods can estimate the true dynamic response of a structure through system inversion, combining measured acceleration data with a system model. This article presents a case study of...
journal article 2018
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Petersen, Øyvind Wiig (author), Oiseth, Ole (author), Lourens, E. (author)
Structural health monitoring (SHM) seeks to assess the condition or behaviour of the structure from measurement data, which for long-span bridges typically are wind velocities and/or structural vibrations. However, in the assessment of the wind-induced response effects, models for the actual loads must be adopted, which introduces uncertainties....
journal article 2018
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Petersen, Øyvind Wiig (author), Øiseth, Ole (author), Lourens, E. (author)
Suspension bridges with very long spans and slender designs are susceptible to large-amplitude dynamic excitation. Monitoring systems installed on bridges can provide measurement data (e.g. accelerations) and therewith valuable information on the true dynamic behaviour. This pilot study examines the possible use of recently developed methods...
conference paper 2017
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Van der Male, P. (author), Lourens, E. (author)
The design for fatigue for offshore wind turbine structures is characterized by uncertainty, resulting from both loading specifications and numerical modelling. At the same time, fatigue is a main design driver for this type of structures. This study presents a strategy to monitor the accumulated fatigue damage in real-time, employing a joint...
conference paper 2015
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