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Vibration-based methods for structural and machinery fault diagnosis based on nonlinear dynamics tools

Trendafilova, Irina and Manoach, Emil (2012) Vibration-based methods for structural and machinery fault diagnosis based on nonlinear dynamics tools. In: Fault Diagnosis in Robotic and Industrial Systems. IConcept Press LTD, Article 6. ISBN 978-1461098744

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Abstract

This study explains and demonstrates the utilisation of different nonlinear-dynamics-based procedures for the purposes of structural health monitoring as well as for monitoring of robot joints.