A simulation method to detect and locate damage in frame structures by defining a damage index is proposed. Structural members are Timoshenko beam type. The method defines a damage index which is the reduction percentage of H2 norm of the structure at certain locations in both healthy and damaged states. Structure modeling is done by finite element method.
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