Investigating Control Strategies for Hazard Mitigation of Coupled Buildings
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In this research study, various control strategies for the hazard mitigation of coupled buildings during earthquakes are investigated, specifically the optimization of actuator location for a resettable spring semi-active device. Previous research has been done on which control strategies work best for coupled buildings during earthquakes, but there has not been anything definitive on an optimal actuator location. The foreseeable outcomes of this research are to determine the optimal actuator location based on structural control performance. Being able to optimize the actuator location will allow systems to run more efficiently and safely, which can make the use of semi-active devices for buildings more pragmatic.
Subjectstructural motion control
Davis, Sheyenne (2020). Investigating Control Strategies for Hazard Mitigation of Coupled Buildings. Undergraduate Research Scholars Program. Available electronically from
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