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Reliable overlapping control for civil structures

Conference Paper (international conference)

Bakule Lubomír, Papík Martin, Rehák Branislav


serial: Proceedings of the EVACES’15, 6th International Conference on Experimental Vibration Analysis for Civil Engineering Structures , Eds: Feltrin G.

action: International Conference on Experimental Vibration Analysis for Civil Engineering Structures EVACES’15, /6./, (Dübendorf, CH, 19.10.2015-21.10.2015)

project(s): GA13-02149S, GA ČR

keywords: reliable control, overlapping control, civil structures

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abstract (eng):

The article presents results of experimental analysis targeted to actuator and sensor failures in the overlapping decentralized LQG feedback-based structure to mitigate responses of an earthquake-excited 20-story building. The building structure belongs to the second generation of civil engineering benchmark models. It includes a complete physical description, a high-fidelity finite element model and a Matlab/Simulink simulation framework. The presented performance analysis is focused on sensor and actuator failures appearing in individual local loops within two overlapped subsystems of an in-plane (2D) structure under the four real world historical earthquake records. The benchmark evaluation criteria and dynamic responses are analyzed to assess the acceptable performance.

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