Structural damage identification based on modified Artificial Bee Colony algorithm using modal data
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A method for structural damage identification based on a modified Artificial Bee Colony algorithm is presented. A new formula is introduced to the onlooker bee phase to improve the convergence rate and the Tournament Selection Strategy is adopted instead of roulette to enhance global search ability of the algorithm. Test functions are introduced as benchmarks to verify the proposed algorithm. And then two numerical examples, including a supported beam and a plate, are conducted to investigate the efficiency and correctness of the proposed method. Final estimated results show that the present technique can produce more accurate damage identification results, comparing with other evolutionary algorithms, even with a few noise contaminated measurements.
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