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After construction of the bridge, a long-term environmental and structural health monitoring system (ESHMS) was instrumented to monitor the bridge's environmental and structural condition and assess the bridge's structural health performance.
The strain data of the bridge were acquired at a sampling rate of 20 Hz from the ESHMS. They are typically nonstationary signals that include a combination of wind-, temperature-, and traffic-induced strains and noise.
An EMD method was proposed to extract the dynamic strain of the steel middle pylon from the ESHMS installed in Taizhou Bridge.