Application of empirical mode decomposition method for characterization of random vibration signals
Characterization of finite measured signals is a great of importance in dynamical modeling and system identification. This paper addresses an approach for characterization of measured random vibration signals where the approach rests on a method called empirical mode decomposition (EMD). The applicability of proposed approach is tested in one numerical and experimental data from a structural system, namely spar platform. The results are three main signal components, comprising: noise embedded in the measured signal as the first component, first intrinsic mode function (IMF) called as the wave frequency response (WFR) as the second component and second IMF called as the low frequency response (LFR) as the third component while the residue is the trend. Band-pass filter (BPF) method is taken as benchmark for the results obtained from EMD method.
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