10 Oct 2022
10 Oct 2022
Status: this preprint is currently under review for the journal WES.

Population Based Structural Health Monitoring: Homogeneous Offshore Wind Model Development

Innes Murdo Black1, Moritz Werther Häckell2, and Athanasios Kolios1 Innes Murdo Black et al.
  • 1University of Strathclyde, 16 Richmond St, Glasgow, G1 1XQ, Scotland
  • 2Ramboll, Jürgen-Töpfer-Straße 48, 22763, Hamburg, Germany

Abstract. This is a development of the preceding paper that introduced the idea and methodology of population-based structural health monitoring (PBSHM). PBSHM involves transferring knowledge from one structure to a different structure so that predictions about the structural health on each of the members in the population can be inferred. One of the most important aspects of PBSHM involves using the information on the source domain structure and the target domain structure to create an effective classifier. Domain adaptation is a subcategory of transfer learning that can create a general classifier using both the source and target domain structures to create an enhanced overall classifier of the entire population. This paper presents a novel domain adaptation model for PBSHM in offshore wind.

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Short summary
Population based structural health monitoring is a low-cost monitoring campaign. The cost reduction from this type of digital enabled asset management tool is manifested by sharing information, in this case a wind farm foundation, within the population. By sharing the information in the wind farm this reduces the amount of sensors and physical model updating, reducing the cost of the monitoring campaign.