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Structural Control

Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Structural Control, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, July 15–17, 1985

  • H. H. E. Leipholz

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIII
  2. The Feasibility of Active Control of Tall Buildings

    1. Mohamed Abdel-Rohman
      Pages 1-16
  3. A Controllability-Stabilizability Result for the NASA-IEEE Spacecraft Control Laboratory Experiment (S.C.O.L.E) Configuration

  4. Identification of Structural Systems Using Walsh Functions

    1. A. S. Ashok, B. Sahay, T. Prasad
      Pages 32-47
  5. Compatibility Aspects of Active Control Technologies with Aircraft Structure Design

  6. Stabilization of Structures under Non-Conservative Loads

  7. An Active Protection System for Wind Induced Vibrations of Pipe-Line Suspension Bridges

  8. The Past and Future of Seismic Effectiveness of Tuned Mass Dampers

    1. A. H. Chowdhury, M. D. Iwuchukwu, J. J. Garske
      Pages 105-127
  9. Active Minimisation of Vibrational Energy in Periodically Excited Structures

    1. A. R. D. Curtis, P. A. Nelson, S. J. Elliott
      Pages 128-140
  10. On-Line Parameter Control of Nonlinear Flexible Structures

    1. T. J. Dehghanyar, S. F. Masri, R. K. Miller, T. K. Caughey
      Pages 141-159
  11. Passive Structural Control by Means of Connections with Adaptable Parameters

  12. Increase in Efficiency and Reliability of Load Bearing Members by Active Deformation Control

    1. H. Domke, D. Streck
      Pages 185-191
    2. H. Bouten, H. Meyr
      Pages 199-214
    3. W. Backé, I. Forster
      Pages 215-220
    4. Sabry F. Girgis
      Pages 235-249
    5. Raphael T. Haftka, Zoran N. Martinovic, William L. Hallauer Jr., George Schamel
      Pages 250-260
    6. Daniel J. Inman
      Pages 329-342
    7. L. Kitis, W. D. Pilkey, B. P. Robertson
      Pages 343-353
    8. R. E. Klein, M. D. Healey
      Pages 354-369
    9. S. K. Lee, F. Kozin
      Pages 387-407
    10. Jacques-Louis Lions
      Pages 426-445
    11. N. Harris McClamroch, Robert D. Hanson
      Pages 446-457
    12. L. Meirovitch, D. Ghosh
      Pages 458-472
    13. A. M. Reinhorn, G. D. Manolis, C. Y. Wen
      Pages 564-579
    14. J. Rodellar, J. Martiń-Sánchez
      Pages 580-593
    15. B. Samali, J. N. Yang, C. T. Yeh
      Pages 612-630
    16. M. Shinozuka, E. Samaras, C. Paliou
      Pages 651-668
    17. J. N. Yang, A. Akbarpour, P. Ghaemmaghami
      Pages 748-761
    18. James T. P. Yao, Mohamed Abdel-Rohman
      Pages 762-767

About these proceedings

Introduction

The topic of "structural control", which had already experienced some attention through publications, for example by Roorda, Yao, Yang, Abdel-Rohman, Leipholz etc. , mostly in journals of ASCE, was given its fIrst international forum at the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, via an ruTMf - Symposium held in June, 1979. This very successful event gathered experts from a variety of technical and theoretical domains in which control plays tradi­ tionally an essential role and was meant to present the new idea of structural control to a broad audience, thus triggering interest and commitment as well as cross-fertilization. However, the peculiarities of structural control were already sumciently well pointed out and stressed by those participants of the symposium who had devoted themselves earlier to this specwc topic for some time. The result of presentations and discussions are collected in a set of Proceedings entitled "Structural Control", published by North - Holland Publishing Company and the Solid Mechanics Division (SMD) of the University of Waterloo. The stimulation following this fIrst symposium was quite noticeable in the literature and led to the conviction of many researchers that after a reasonable period of time, a second meeting should be held to collect the fruits produced by the intermediate efforts of those working with increased emphasis on structural control. Therefore, Professors J. T. P. Yao, Department of Civil Engineering, Purdue University and H. H. E.

Keywords

Optimal control Rotor Vibration algorithms design modeling robot

Editors and affiliations

  • H. H. E. Leipholz
    • 1
  1. 1.University of WaterlooCanada

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-3525-9
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1987
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-8075-0
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-3525-9
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