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Structural health monitoring, system identification and model adaption

Prof. em. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dr.-Ing. E.h. Dietrich Hartmann

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Computer aided destruction of complex structures using controlled explosives

Main topic of the DFG-funded Research Unit 500 is the realistic computer simulation of demolition of structures using controlled explosives to determine a verified optimal demolition strategy. more...
 

Lifetime prediction for wind power plants

Identifying the location and severity of existing or evolving deteriorations of wind turbines through novel methods of system identification and establishing reliable lifetime predictions. more...
 

Agent-based optimization

Using a network of agents to solve so-called non-standard optimization problems in structural engineering with a mixture of optimization strategies as a basis. more...
         
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Sensor-based 2nd level monitoring

In collaboration with the Stanford University, California, most modern methods of Engineering Informatics, in particular multi-agent systems, are applied and developed to create reliable, autonomous and sensor-based monitoring systems for use in Life Cycle Management. more...