Michael Todd
Michael Todd
Professor of Structural Engineering, University of California San Diego
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Structural health monitoring: a machine learning perspective
CR Farrar, K Worden
John Wiley & Sons, 2012
9372012
Energy harvesting for structural health monitoring sensor networks
G Park, T Rosing, MD Todd, CR Farrar, W Hodgkiss
Journal of Infrastructure Systems 14 (1), 64-79, 2008
4832008
Flexural beam-based fiber Bragg grating accelerometers
MD Todd, GA Johnson, BA Althouse, ST Vohra
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 10 (11), 1605-1607, 1998
2441998
Development of an impedance-based wireless sensor node for structural health monitoring
DL Mascarenas, MD Todd, G Park, CR Farrar
Smart Materials and Structures 16 (6), 2137, 2007
2322007
A Bayesian approach to optimal sensor placement for structural health monitoring with application to active sensing
EB Flynn, MD Todd
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 24 (4), 891-903, 2010
2042010
A review of nonlinear dynamics applications to structural health monitoring
K Worden, CR Farrar, J Haywood, M Todd
Structural Control and Health Monitoring: The Official Journal of the …, 2008
1592008
Maximum-likelihood estimation of damage location in guided-wave structural health monitoring
EB Flynn, MD Todd, PD Wilcox, BW Drinkwater, AJ Croxford
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2011
1452011
Vibration-based damage assessment utilizing state space geometry changes: local attractor variance ratio
MD Todd, JM Nichols, LM Pecora, LN Virgin
Smart Materials and Structures 10 (5), 1000, 2001
1302001
Sensor network paradigms for structural health monitoring
CR Farrar, G Park, DW Allen, MD Todd
Structural Control and Health Monitoring: The Official Journal of the …, 2006
1272006
A novel Bragg grating sensor interrogation system utilizing a scanning filter, a Mach-Zehnder interferometer and a 3× 3 coupler
MD Todd, GA Johnson, BL Althouse
Measurement science and technology 12 (7), 771, 2001
1182001
A mobile host approach for wireless powering and interrogation of structural health monitoring sensor networks
D Mascarenas, E Flynn, C Farrar, G Park, M Todd
IEEE Sensors Journal 9 (12), 1719-1726, 2009
1022009
A mobile-agent-based wireless sensing network for structural monitoring applications
SG Taylor, KM Farinholt, EB Flynn, E Figueiredo, DL Mascarenas, ...
Measurement Science and Technology 20 (4), 045201, 2009
1022009
Bragg grating-based fibre optic sensors in structural health monitoring
MD Todd, JM Nichols, ST Trickey, M Seaver, CJ Nichols, LN Virgin
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2007
1002007
Use of chaotic excitation and attractor property analysis in structural health monitoring
JM Nichols, MD Todd, M Seaver, LN Virgin
Physical Review E 67 (1), 016209, 2003
942003
Using state space predictive modeling with chaotic interrogation in detecting joint preload loss in a frame structure experiment
JM Nichols, MD Todd, JR Wait
Smart Materials and Structures 12 (4), 580, 2003
902003
Passive, light intensity-independent interferometric method for fibre Bragg grating interrogation
MD Todd, GA Johnson, CC Chang
Electronics Letters 35 (22), 1970-1971, 1999
881999
Optimal placement of piezoelectric actuators and sensors for detecting damage in plate structures
EB Flynn, MD Todd
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures 21 (3), 265-274, 2010
822010
Structural health monitoring through chaotic interrogation
JM Nichols, ST Trickey, MD Todd, LN Virgin
Meccanica 38 (2), 239-250, 2003
822003
A multivariate, attractor-based approach to structural health monitoring
L Moniz, JM Nichols, CJ Nichols, M Seaver, ST Trickey, MD Todd, ...
Journal of Sound and Vibration 283 (1-2), 295-310, 2005
812005
Deployment of a fiber Bragg grating-based measurement system in a structural health monitoring application
MD Todd, GA Johnson, ST Vohra
Smart materials and structures 10 (3), 534, 2001
792001
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