DIAGNOSTICS OF STRUCTURAL DAMAGE BASED ON THE NATURAL FREQUENCIES RATIO CHANGE
Bovsunovsky Anatoliy Petrovich – Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Professor of Department of Machines and Apparatus for Food and Pharmaceutical Production, National University of Food Technologies (Volodymyrska str., 68, Kyiv, Ukraine, 01601: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Surace Cecilia – Philosophy Doctor, Professor, Department of Structural Geotechnical and Building Engineering, Politecnico di Torino (Сorso Duca degli Abruzzi 24, Torino, Italy,10129; e-mail: email@example.com).
The problems of vibration diagnostics based on the change of natural frequencies of structures are connected with the influence of ambient and operational factors (temperature, humidity, wind, heavy traffic etc.) on the natural frequencies. In some cases, this effect is comparable with the effect of damage itself and reliable diagnostics of damage becomes problematic. To solve this problem, the use of the ratio change between natural frequencies of different mode shapes is proposed as a characteristic of damage. The study has demonstrated that this ratio is unaffected by the environmental and operational factors. Application of the proposed method is illustrated using the example of Z24 reinforced concrete bridge. As the characteristic feature of the reinforced concrete structures damage is the occurrence of multiple cracks, in the analytical model, apart from the size and location of the cracks, the possibility of several locally located cracks was taken into account.The analytical study was performed to calculate the mode shapes and natural frequencies of damaged multi-span beam-like structure. The results reveal that, in order to identify local damage of subcritical size, natural frequency data of at least four modes of vibration are necessary. The eigenfrequencies obtained experimentally in the study of the Z24 bridge were used to confirm that the change in the eigenfrequency ratio can be used to diagnose relatively small local defects in complex structures. At this the reliability of such vibration diagnostics is much higher than based on the change of natural frequencies and mode shapes, since the change in the ratio of natural frequencies does not depend on the environmental conditions and operating conditions of the structure.
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Founder of the journal: Vinnytsia National Agrarian University
Kaletnik Hryhorii Mykolaiovych
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DsCProf., NSC IMEG NAAS of Ukraine (Kyiv)
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Bulgakov V.M.- Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Acad.NAAS, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
Veselovskaya N.R.- Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Vinnytsia National Agrarian University
Derevenko A.I.- Ph.D., Associate Professor, Vinnytsia National Agrarian University
Zinkovsky A.P.- Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, the Institute of Strength Problems named after H.S.Pysarenko, NAS of Ukraine
Iskovych-Lototskyi R.D.- Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Vinnytsia National Technical University
Kupchuk I.M.- Ph.D, Senior Lecturer, Vinnytsia National Agrarian University
Nadutyi V.P. - Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Geotechnical Mechanics Institute named after PolyakovM.S. NAS of Ukraine
Matveyeyv V.V. - Ph.D., Professor, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, the Institute of Strength Problems named after H.S.PysarenkoNAS of Ukraine
Olshanskyi V.P. - Ph.D, Professor, Kharkiv National Technical University of Agriculture named after Petro Vasylenko
PoleyvodaYu.A. - Ph.D., Associate Professor, Vinnytsia National Agrarian University
Spirin A.V.- Ph.D., Associate Professor, Vinnytsia National Agrarian University
Tverdohlib I.V. - Ph.D., Associate Professor, Vinnytsia National Agrarian University
Tokarchuk O.A.- Ph.D., Associate Professor, Vinnytsia National Agrarian University
Tsurkan O.V.- Ph.D. Associate Professor., Vinnytsia National Agrarian University
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In June 1994 the 2nd International Scientific and Technical Conference "Application of vibrations for technological purposes" was organized on the basis of Vinnytsia State Agricultural Institute. Leading experts in this field, noting the significant contribution to the school of Vibration Engineering under the leadership of P. S. Bernyk, proposed to create a professional all-Ukrainian scientific and technical journal "Vibration in engineering and technology..The journal was foundedat Vinnytsia State Agricultural Institute and P.S. Bernyk was elected to be the chief editor .
For all these years (since 1994) theJournal "vibration in engineering and technology" published 94 issues wherestudy of vibration effects, the creation of progressive energy saving technologies and equipment for their implementation were highlighted.
Currently Kaletnik H.M PhD , professor, academician NAAS is the chief editor of the "Vibrations in engineering and Technology"
The journal "Vibration in Engineering and technology", which has no analogues on the territory of Ukraine, is well known abroad.