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Deterioration forecasting of joint members based on long-term monitoring data

Abstract

To compensate for shortcomings of visual inspection data- based asset management, monitoring data-based asset management has attracted a lot of attention. However, there are few researches to detect abnormalities and extract the progress of deterioration based on long-term monitoring data. In this study, the authors express the time series data obtained through long-term monitoring by the autoregressive moving average with exogenous variables generalized autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity (ARMAX-GARCH) model, and develop the efficient method to estimate unknown parameters based on Bayesian method. Then, a method to forecast the timing of detailed inspection utilizing the ARMAX-GARCH model is developed. Lastly, this methodology is applied to the data of long-term monitoring targeted at the joint members of viaduct, to evaluate its effectiveness.

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Kobayashi, K., Kaito, K. & Kazumi, K. Deterioration forecasting of joint members based on long-term monitoring data. EURO J Transp Logist 4, 5–30 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13676-014-0069-x

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Keywords

  • ARMAX-GARCH model
  • Long-term monitoring
  • Time series analysis
  • Joint member