Special Issue "Advances in Artificial Intelligence for Vibration-Based Life Cycle Assessment"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2023) | Viewed by 2007
Interests: artificial intelligence; uncertainty quantification; vibration; NDT; SHM
Interests: artificial intelligence; manufacturing process
Over the years, vibration-based methods have been utilized extensively for monitoring and assessing the health of systems and structures in various applications and thus, evolved from traditional methods to artificial intelligence (AI)-based methods. Although AI-based methods have become very popular among researchers and engineers, their performances depend on the quality and quantity of the available training data. This motivates the development of new AI methods to deal with upcoming challenges.
This Special Issue aims to provide a platform for researchers and engineers to share their latest theoretical achievements and/or engineering experiences. This could facilitate the identification of critical issues and challenges for future studies in the field. The theoretical papers accepted into this Special Issue are expected to contain original ideas and potential solutions for resolving real problems.
Topics include, but are not limited to, the development and application of AI in vibration-based methods, such as:
- Damage detection and localization;
- Non-destructive testing;
- Condition monitoring;
- Structural health monitoring;
- Damage diagnosis and prognosis;
- Predictive maintenance;
Dr. Vahid Yaghoubi
Dr. Nathan Eskue
Dr. Nick Eleftheroglou
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- artificial intelligence
- non-destructive testing
- structural health monitoring
- predictive maintenance
- life cycle assessment