The present paper focuses on the use of a 3D motion capture system for the dynamic identification and the damage monitoring of a 1:10 scaled mock-up (representing the large historic masonry structure of Hagia Irene, Istanbul) tested on shaking table at the ENEA Casaccia Research Center located near Rome, Italy. The dynamic identification of the structure during the shaking table tests was obtained by several techniques of Experimental Modal Analysis (EMA), such as FRF, FDD and EFDD. To such purpose Displacement Data Processing (DDP) of a large number of markers of the 3DVision (the passive 3D motion capture system installed at the ENEA laboratory) was performed. Markers were located on the tested mock-up accordingly to the indications of preliminary FEM analysis and modal shapes. Also conventional accelerometers were placed on the physical model and used as reference for the analysis of 3DVision data. In addition, the analysis of Markers Relative Displacements (MRDs) was useful to detect the occurrence and development of fractures during the tests, contributing to assessing the actual progress of the structural damage. The results from EMA techniques and MRDs analysis of 3DVision data are illustrated, showing the potentialities of this monitoring system in integrating the two complementary approaches.
|Titolo:||Analysis of 3D Motion Data from Shaking Table Tests on a Scaled Model of Hagia Irene, Istanbul|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|