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A damage detection method is presented for the
identification and quantification of damage. The proposed
method uses finite element method to extract modal
parameters of cracked and intact cantilever beam. The damage
is simulated by fracture mechanics concept by introducing
cracked elements at different locations with predetermined
magnitude of depth. The curvature response function, function
of crack location and size, are approximated by means of
polynomial surface fitting. The numerical data obtained is
meshed using Bspline. The algorithm based on curvature,
Wavelet Transform and surface fitting technique is proposed
for damage detection. Cubic fit and quadratic fit are used for
function generation and three dimensional plots. Number of
numerical examples is presented to demonstrate the accuracy
of the proposed methodology.
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