## Abstract

Original language | English |
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Journal | Case Stud. Constr. Mater. |

Volume | 17 |

DOIs | |

Publication status | Published - 2022 |

## Keywords

- 2D and 3D complex truss structures
- African Vulture Optimization algorithm
- Artificial Gorilla Troops Optimizer
- Damage detection
- DOA
- Frequency response function
- GBO
- Inverse problem
- Frequency response
- Inverse problems
- Nondestructive examination
- Numerical methods
- Shape optimization
- Trusses
- 2d and 3d complex truss structure
- African vulture optimization algorithm
- Artificial gorilla troop optimizer
- Dingo optimization algorithm
- Frequency response functions
- Gradient-based optimizers
- Optimization algorithms
- Optimizers
- Truss structure

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**A robust FRF damage indicator combined with optimization techniques for damage assessment in complex truss structures : Case Studies in Construction Materials**. In: Case Stud. Constr. Mater. 2022 ; Vol. 17.

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*Case Stud. Constr. Mater.*, vol. 17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cscm.2022.e01197

**A robust FRF damage indicator combined with optimization techniques for damage assessment in complex truss structures : Case Studies in Construction Materials.** / Khatir, S.; Tiachacht, S.; Thanh, C.-L. et al.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - A robust FRF damage indicator combined with optimization techniques for damage assessment in complex truss structures

T2 - Case Studies in Construction Materials

AU - Khatir, S.

AU - Tiachacht, S.

AU - Thanh, C.-L.

AU - Tran-Ngoc, H.

AU - Mirjalili, S.

AU - Abdel Wahab, M.

N1 - Cited By :1 Export Date: 11 July 2022 Correspondence Address: Abdel Wahab, M.; Faculty of Mechanical - Electrical and Computer Engineering, Viet Nam; email: magd.a.w@vlu.edu.vn Funding details: Universiteit Gent Funding details: Quỹ Đổi mới sáng tạo Vingroup, VINIF, DA00192 Funding text 1: The first author acknowledges the funding of the postdoctoral fellowship BOF20/PDO/045 provided by Bijzonder Onderzoeksfonds (BOF), Ghent University. This work is also funded by Vingroup and supported by Innovation Foundation (VINIF) under project code VINIF.2021. DA00192. The authors wish to express their gratitude to Van Lang University, Vietnam for financial support for this research. 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PY - 2022

Y1 - 2022

N2 - Vibration-based damage detection tools are frequently employed because of their advantages over other non-destructive techniques. This paper presents an improved Frequency Response Function (FRF) indicator for damage identification in complex structures. To verify the effectiveness of the improved damage indicator, different structures are used, namely a 20-Bar Planar Truss (2D), a 28-Bar Space Truss (3D), a 72-Bar Space Truss, and a 600-bar Space Truss. The numerical models of all these structures are built in MATLAB using Finite Element Method (FEM). The improved indicator detects and localises single and multiple damages in the first stage. Next, after eliminating the healthy elements, it is used in a new objective function to solve the damage quantification problem using recent optimization techniques, including Artificial Gorilla Troops Optimizer (GTO), Dingo Optimization Algorithm (DOA), African Vulture Optimization algorithm (AVOA), and Gradient-Based Optimizer (GBO). The results demonstrate that all optimization techniques can accurately predict the exact level of damage. However, GTO is the most efficient in terms of convergence. To study the effectiveness of this indicator in case of noisy data, different levels of noise are considered in the damage assessment exercises. © 2022 The Authors

AB - Vibration-based damage detection tools are frequently employed because of their advantages over other non-destructive techniques. This paper presents an improved Frequency Response Function (FRF) indicator for damage identification in complex structures. To verify the effectiveness of the improved damage indicator, different structures are used, namely a 20-Bar Planar Truss (2D), a 28-Bar Space Truss (3D), a 72-Bar Space Truss, and a 600-bar Space Truss. The numerical models of all these structures are built in MATLAB using Finite Element Method (FEM). The improved indicator detects and localises single and multiple damages in the first stage. Next, after eliminating the healthy elements, it is used in a new objective function to solve the damage quantification problem using recent optimization techniques, including Artificial Gorilla Troops Optimizer (GTO), Dingo Optimization Algorithm (DOA), African Vulture Optimization algorithm (AVOA), and Gradient-Based Optimizer (GBO). The results demonstrate that all optimization techniques can accurately predict the exact level of damage. However, GTO is the most efficient in terms of convergence. To study the effectiveness of this indicator in case of noisy data, different levels of noise are considered in the damage assessment exercises. © 2022 The Authors

KW - 2D and 3D complex truss structures

KW - African Vulture Optimization algorithm

KW - Artificial Gorilla Troops Optimizer

KW - Damage detection

KW - DOA

KW - Frequency response function

KW - GBO

KW - Inverse problem

KW - Frequency response

KW - Inverse problems

KW - Nondestructive examination

KW - Numerical methods

KW - Shape optimization

KW - Trusses

KW - 2d and 3d complex truss structure

KW - African vulture optimization algorithm

KW - Artificial gorilla troop optimizer

KW - Dingo optimization algorithm

KW - Frequency response functions

KW - Gradient-based optimizers

KW - Optimization algorithms

KW - Optimizers

KW - Truss structure

U2 - 10.1016/j.cscm.2022.e01197

DO - 10.1016/j.cscm.2022.e01197

M3 - Article

VL - 17

JO - Case Stud. Constr. Mater.

JF - Case Stud. Constr. Mater.

SN - 2214-5095

ER -