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It is vital that systematic type errors are included in the simulation. I. Friswell and the identification. 7 A Simple Cantilever Beam Example A simulated cantilever beam example will be used to demonstrate some of the problems. Although the example is somewhat artificial it will highlight how easily methods fail even on very simple structures. Any practical method would have to be robust and should therefore succeed on simple structures, even though some systematic errors are included. This example also demonstrates the use of simulation in damage identification.
Indeed, estimating the remaining useful life of a component based on conclusions from a dynamic analysis is very difficult. For example, a concrete highway bridge will have steel reinforcement cables running in channels in the concrete. The cables are tensioned, either before or after the concrete has set, to ensure that the concrete remains in compression. One major failure mechanism is by the corrosion of these cables. Once the cables have failed the concrete has no strength in tension and so the bridge is liable to collapse.
Space does not permit a full explanation of the generalised SVD, and the reader is referred to Hansen (1994) for more complete detail of the decomposition. 10) where X is a non-singular mxm matrix. U and V are n x m and p x p respectively, and their columns are orthogonal (but they are not related to the matrices U and V of the standard SVD) and n>m>p. 11) Damage Identification using Inverse Methods 27 where 1 > cri > (J2 > •.. > cr^ > 0 and 0 < /xi < /X2 < . •. < /Xp < 1, and ai and /Xi are normahsed so that,