A Vibration Signal Processing of Large-scale Structural Systems Based on Wireless Sensor

Lian Xue, Cheng-song Hu

Abstract


The inherent characteristics of large-scale structural system are also called modal parameters, which include natural frequency, damping ratio and vibration mode. They are the basis for analyzing dynamic characteristics of large-scale structural system. Modal Parameter Identification is a modern method, and it is used to identify the vibration signals. At present, the problem of large-scale structural system security is paid more and more attention to, so the method of modal parameter recognition is very significant. A fast integral method is put forward to eliminate the trend item of vibration signals, and the vibration signals are collected through the wireless sensor network (acceleration signal), so as to obtain the integrated vibration signal (speed and displacement signal). The polynomial fitting method is applied to eliminate the trend items in the sampling integral, and improve the operation speed and accuracy by the relationship among the various coefficients. Then, they are discretized to meet the wireless sensor network requirements of "online" processing and analysis. Through the simulation of acceleration signals based on finite element modeling and the processing of actual acquisition acceleration signals based on wireless sensor network, the effectiveness of this method was verified. As a result, the precision effect by sampling frequency and the data length is summarized

Keywords


wireless sensor; large-scale structure; modal parameter identification

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