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DYNAMIC IDENTIFICATION OF THE SANSEPOLCRO (ITALY) MUSEUM AND THE WALL SUPPORTING THE RESURRECTION OF CHRIST BY PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA

Giorgio Lacanna; Maurizio Ripepe; Pauline Isabelle Deguy; Letizia Orti; Massimo Della Schiava;
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  • Published: 21 Nov 2019
  • Publisher: Institute of Structural Analysis and Antiseismic Research School of Civil Engineering National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) Greece
  • Country: Italy
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free text keywords: Dynamic identification, Seismic Vulnerability, Structural Health Monitoring, Art history, Identification (biology), Art, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common
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[1] Brincker, R., Zhang, L., and Andersen, P., “Modal Identification from Ambient Response Using Frequency Domain Decomposition,” Proc. of the 18th International Modal Analysis Conference, San Antonio,TX, February 7-10, 2000.

[2] Cunha, E. and Caetano, A. 2005 Experimental modal analysis of civil engineering structure. First international modal analysis conference, IOMAC, Copenhagen, Denmark.

[3] Rainieri, C., Fabbrocino, G., Cosenza, E. 2007b. Automated Operational Modal Analysis as structural health monitoring tool: theoretical and applicative aspects. Key Engineering Materials. Vol. 347. pp. 479- 484.

[4] Andersen P., R. Brincker, M. Goursat and L. Mevel, Automated Modal Parameter Estimation For Operational Modal Analysis of Large Systems, Proceedings of the 2nd In-

[6] Gentile, C. (2005). Operational Modal Analysis and Assessment of Historical Structures, Proceedings of the 1st IOMAC Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.

[7] Brincker, R., Zhang, L. and Andersen, P. 2001 Modal identification of output-only systems using frequency domain decomposition. Institute of Physics Publishing, Smart materials and structures, 10,441-445.

[8] Brincker, R, Ventura, C. and Anderson P. 2003 Why output-only modal testing is a desirable tool for a wide range of practical applications. 21st International Modal Analysis Conference IMAC, Kissimmee, Florida

[9] Hearn G., R.B. Testa, Modal analysis for damage detection in structures, Journal of Structural Engineering 117 (1991) 3042-3063. [OpenAIRE]

[17] R. Brincker, C. Ventura, P. Anderson: Damping estimation by frequency domain decomposition: Proceedings of the 19th International Modal Analysis Conference, Kissimmee, Florida, February 5-8, 2001, 698-703.

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free text keywords: Dynamic identification, Seismic Vulnerability, Structural Health Monitoring, Art history, Identification (biology), Art, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common
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Communities with gateway
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[1] Brincker, R., Zhang, L., and Andersen, P., “Modal Identification from Ambient Response Using Frequency Domain Decomposition,” Proc. of the 18th International Modal Analysis Conference, San Antonio,TX, February 7-10, 2000.

[2] Cunha, E. and Caetano, A. 2005 Experimental modal analysis of civil engineering structure. First international modal analysis conference, IOMAC, Copenhagen, Denmark.

[3] Rainieri, C., Fabbrocino, G., Cosenza, E. 2007b. Automated Operational Modal Analysis as structural health monitoring tool: theoretical and applicative aspects. Key Engineering Materials. Vol. 347. pp. 479- 484.

[4] Andersen P., R. Brincker, M. Goursat and L. Mevel, Automated Modal Parameter Estimation For Operational Modal Analysis of Large Systems, Proceedings of the 2nd In-

[6] Gentile, C. (2005). Operational Modal Analysis and Assessment of Historical Structures, Proceedings of the 1st IOMAC Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.

[7] Brincker, R., Zhang, L. and Andersen, P. 2001 Modal identification of output-only systems using frequency domain decomposition. Institute of Physics Publishing, Smart materials and structures, 10,441-445.

[8] Brincker, R, Ventura, C. and Anderson P. 2003 Why output-only modal testing is a desirable tool for a wide range of practical applications. 21st International Modal Analysis Conference IMAC, Kissimmee, Florida

[9] Hearn G., R.B. Testa, Modal analysis for damage detection in structures, Journal of Structural Engineering 117 (1991) 3042-3063. [OpenAIRE]

[17] R. Brincker, C. Ventura, P. Anderson: Damping estimation by frequency domain decomposition: Proceedings of the 19th International Modal Analysis Conference, Kissimmee, Florida, February 5-8, 2001, 698-703.

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