Real-Time Hybrid Simulation Test-Bed for Structural Systems with Smart Dampers (NEES-2010-0973)

By James Ricles

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Title: Real-Time Hybrid Simulation Test-Bed for Structural Systems with Smart Dampers (NEES-2010-0973)

Year Of Curation: 2012

Description: Real-time hybrid simulation is an efficient test method for investigating the dynamic behavior of complex structures. It combines physical testing and numerical simulation to enable the entire structural system to be included in the simulation. Hybrid simulation divides a structural system into analytical and experimental substructures. Compared to shaking table tests, this arrangement of the experimental and analytical substructures in a real-time hybrid simulation is economical, while the reliability of the simulation results is preserved when the analytical model of the structure used for the analytical substructure is accurate.

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PIs & CoPIs: James Ricles

Dates: January 13, 2010 to Present

Organizations: Lehigh University, PA, United States

Facilities: Lehigh University, PA, United States

Sponsor:  N/A

Keywords: real time hybrid simulation, Lehigh University, MR damper, real time hybrid testing

Publications: 

"Final Report: Evaluation of a real-time hybrid simulation system for performance evaluation of structures with rate dependent devices subjected to seismic loading"

"Evaluation of Structural Control Strategies for Improving Seismic Performance of Buildings with MR Dampers Using Real-Time Large-Scale Hybrid Simulation"

"Evaluation of Structural Control Strategies for Improving Seismic Performance of Buildings with MR Dampers Using Real-Time Large-Scale Hybrid Simulation"

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  • James Ricles (2017), "Real-Time Hybrid Simulation Test-Bed for Structural Systems with Smart Dampers (NEES-2010-0973)," https://datacenterhub.org/resources/14444.

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