Smart Mater. Struct. volume 22, issue 7, P075007 2013 DOI: 10.1088/0964-1726/22/7/075007 View full text
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S Chesne, C Jean-Mistral, L Gaudiller

Abstract: Smart composite structures have an enormous potential for industrial applications, in terms of mass reduction, high material resistance and flexibility. The correct characterization of these complex structures is essential for active vibration control or structural health monitoring applications. The identification process generally calls for the determination of a generalized electromechanical coupling coefficient. As this process can in practice be difficult to implement, an original approach, presented in t…

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