By Fabio Casciati, Roberto Rossi (auth.), Prof. Dr. Jan Holnicki-Szulc, Prof. Dr. Carlos Mota Soares (eds.)
This e-book collects invited lectures awarded on the AMAS & ECCOMAS Workshop/Thematic convention SMART’03 on clever fabrics and constructions. The convention used to be held in Jadwisin, Poland close to Warsaw, 2-5 September 2003. It used to be equipped by way of the complicated fabrics and buildings (AMAS) Centre of Excellence on the Institute of basic Technological study (IFTR) in Warsaw and ECCOMAS – the eu group on Computational tools in technologies and SMART-TECH Centre at IFTR. The aim of the workshop was once to collect and consolidate the neighborhood of clever fabrics and buildings in Europe. The workshop software used to be grouped into the themes Structural regulate, Vibration regulate and Dynamics, harm id, and clever Materials.
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Wong F, Chou K, Yao J (1999) Civil Engineering Including Earthquake Engineering, in: H. de Summary. The present approach for vibration suppression of flexible structures is based on friction damping in semi-active joints. At optimal locations conventional rigid connections of a large truss structure are replaced by semi-active friction joints. Two different concepts for the control of the normal forces in the friction interfaces are implemented. In the first approach each semi-active joint has its own local feedback controller, whereas the second concept uses a global, clipped-optimal controller.
5% confirm that the present strutcture indeed is a weakly damped system. 1% will be used for all modes i = 1, ... , n. 4 Model of the Adaptive Structure By defining the state vector of the linear subsystem as X= [ x T1 , TJT ... , Xn with x·- [ i/i ] ' - Wi'TJi (11) where the state Xi represents the i-th mode, the state space form of the friction damped truss structure is given by (12) The system matrix A as well as the matrices B and H can easily be deduced from (5) by taking the definition of the state vector x into account.
DIS om Oli2'S Fig. 4. lllllllll ;; ! 01 .. DillS DD2 ODH Fig. 5. m ·! 000 0,01 ..... 01 0~ 001 ,. m6 Fig. 6. Plastic distortion evolution in time for elements: a) left element, b ) central element Design of Adaptive Structures under Random Impact Conditions 53 On the graphs, the comparison of strain (Fig. 4), stress (Fig. 5) and plastic distortion (Fig. 6) development for the first and the second element, respectively is demonstrated. Note, that only modification of the stiffness matrix (due to remodeling) has been taken into account in the above formulas.
Advances in Smart Technologies in Structural Engineering by Fabio Casciati, Roberto Rossi (auth.), Prof. Dr. Jan Holnicki-Szulc, Prof. Dr. Carlos Mota Soares (eds.)