Semi-decentralized strategies in structural vibration control
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Original versionPalacios-Quiñonero, F., Rossell, J. M., & Karimi, H. R. (2011). Semi-decentralized strategies in structural vibration control. Modeling, Identification and Control, 32(2), 57-77. doi: 10.4173/mic.2011.2.2
In this work, the main ideas involved in the design of overlapping and multi-overlapping controllers via the Inclusion Principle are discussed and illustrated in the context of the Structural Vibration Control of tall buildings under seismic excitation. A detailed theoretical background on the Inclusion Principle and the design of overlapping controllers is provided. Overlapping and multi-overlapping LQR controllers are designed for a simplied five-story building model. Numerical simulations are conducted to asses the performance of the proposed semi-decentralized controllers with positive results.
Published version of an article published in the journal: Modeling, Identification and Control. Also available from the publisher at: http://dx.doi.org/10.4173/mic.2011.2.2
PublisherNorwegian Society of Automatic Control
JournalModeling, Identification and Control
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