Vibroacoustic heritage monitoring with a standalone system
Keywords:vibroacoustic landscape, cultural heritage, applied physics, sensors
This paper describes the results of the preliminary application tests for a stand-alone prototype data acquisition system. The system was developed for monitoring and characterizing the vibroacoustic landscape and, in particular, the vibroacoustic heritage, such as music instruments, performing spaces and areas of historical relevance. The tests, performed on a building in the historical center of Napoli, show a possible interconnection between acoustic and displacement signals, as external forcing of the monitored structure, with exchange of the cause-and-effect roles, especially at low frequency.
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