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Reducing fatigue damage for ships in transit through structured decision making

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Reducing fatigue damage for ships in transit through structured decision making; 2014; Article; Journal; Marine Structures; Nichols, J. M.; Fackler, P. L.; Pacifici, K.; Murphy, K. D.; Nichols, J. D.

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Research in structural monitoring has focused primarily on drawing inference about the health of a structure from the structure’s response to ambient or applied excitation. Knowledge of the current state can then be used to predict structural integrity at a future time and, in principle, allows one to take action to improve safety, minimize ownership costs, and/or increase the operating envelope. While much time and effort has been devoted toward data collection and system identification, research to-date has largely avoided the question of how to choose an optimal maintenance plan. This work describes a structured decision making (SDM) process for taking available information (loading data, model output, etc.) and producing a plan [...]

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doi http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/mods-outline-3-5.html#identifier doi:10.1016/j.marstruc.2014.04.002
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