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The challenges and future trends in the development of HHT based techniques for the SHM of civil engineering structures are also put forward. It also reviews the basic principle of the HHT method, which contains the extraction of the intrinsic mode function IMF , mechanism of the EMD, and the features of HT; shows the application of HHT in the system identification, which contains the introduction of theoretical method, the identification of modal parameters, and the system identification on real structures; and discusses the structural damage detection using HHT based approaches, which includes the detection of common damage events, sudden damage events, and cracks and flaws.
- A Revised Hilbert–Huang Transform and Its Application to Fault Diagnosis in a Rotor System
- Hilbert–Huang transform
- Hilbert–Huang transform
EMD filtering is less than ideal and can lead to misleading results. This difficulty is ameliorated by first subjecting the time-series to bandpass filtration, where the pass-band frequency range is sufficiently narrow that the entire pass-band is captured in a single IMF. A series of such filtrations are required to treat a multicomponent signal. Bandpass enhanced EMD is applied to a bat chirp signal.
A Revised Hilbert–Huang Transform and Its Application to Fault Diagnosis in a Rotor System
The Hilbert—Huang transform HHT is a way to decompose a signal into so-called intrinsic mode functions IMF along with a trend, and obtain instantaneous frequency data. It is designed to work well for data that is nonstationary and nonlinear. In contrast to other common transforms like the Fourier transform , the HHT is more like an algorithm an empirical approach that can be applied to a data set, rather than a theoretical tool. Huang et al. Since the signal is decomposed in time domain and the length of the IMFs is the same as the original signal, HHT preserves the characteristics of the varying frequency. This is an important advantage of HHT since real-world signal usually has multiple causes happening in different time intervals.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Stork Published Hilbert Huang transform HHT is a relatively new method. It seems to be very promising for the different applications in signal processing because it could calculate instantaneous frequency and amplitude which is also important for the biomedical signals. HHT consisting of empirical mode decomposition and Hilbert spectral analysis, is a newly developed adaptive data analysis method, which has been used extensively in biomedical research.
Curator: Norden E. Eugene M. Norden E. Steven R. It is an adaptive data analysis method designed specifically for analyzing data from nonlinear and nonstationary processes. The key part of the HHT is the EMD method with which any complicated data set can be decomposed into a finite and often small number of components, called intrinsic mode functions IMF.
As a classical method to deal with nonlinear and nonstationary signals, the Hilbert—Huang transform HHT is widely used in various fields. In order to overcome the drawbacks of the Hilbert—Huang transform such as end effects and mode mixing during the process of empirical mode decomposition EMD , a revised Hilbert—Huang transform is proposed in this article. A method called local linear extrapolation is introduced to suppress end effects, and the combination of adding a high-frequency sinusoidal signal to, and embedding a decorrelation operator in, the process of EMD is introduced to eliminate mode mixing. In addition, the correlation coefficients between the analyzed signal and the intrinsic mode functions IMFs are introduced to eliminate the undesired IMFs. Simulation results show that the improved HHT can effectively suppress end effects and mode mixing. To verify the effectiveness of the new HHT method with respect to fault diagnosis, the revised HHT is applied to analyze the vibration displacement signals in a rotor system collected under normal, rubbing, and misalignment conditions. The simulation and experimental results indicate that the revised HHT method is more reliable than the original with respect to fault diagnosis in a rotor system.
Skip to Main Content. A not-for-profit organization, IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Use of this web site signifies your agreement to the terms and conditions. Hilbert-Huang Transform and its Application in Seismic Signal Processing Abstract: The detection of targets in military and security applications involves the usage of sensor systems which consist of a variety of sensors such as seismic, acoustic, magnetic and image ones as well. In order to extract signal features, which characterize particular targets, using of appropriate signal processing algorithms is required. Seismic signals can be considered as nonstationary and nonlinear signals especially in near-field seismic zone. Most of the signal processing algorithms assumed that signals are linear and stationary.
Metrics details. Classification method capable of recognizing abnormal activities of the brain functionality are either brain imaging or brain signal analysis. The abnormal activity of interest in this study is characterized by a disturbance caused by changes in neuronal electrochemical activity that results in abnormal synchronous discharges.
Skip to Main Content. A not-for-profit organization, IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Use of this web site signifies your agreement to the terms and conditions. Hilbert-Huang Transform Based Application in Power System Fault Detection Abstract: The temporarily fault signals existing in high voltage lines and electric equipments are usually non-linear and non-stationary. Low frequency oscillation characteristic extraction from fault signals plays an important role in online fault monitoring and detection system designing.
Time-frequency and transient analysis have been widely used in signal processing and faults diagnosis. These methods represent important characteristics of a signal in both time and frequency domain. In this way, essential features of the signal can be viewed and analyzed in order to understand or model the faults characteristics. However, an assumption inherent to this method is the stationary and linear of the signal.