LMI-based design of distributed energy-dissipation systems for vibration control of large multi-story structures
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In this paper, we present an advanced computational procedure that allows obtaining distributed energy-dissipation systems for large multi-story structures. The proposed methodology is based on a decentralized velocity-feedback energy-to-componentwise-peak (ECWP) controller design approach and can be formulated as a linear matrix inequality (LMI) optimization problem with structure constraints. To demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed design methodology, a passive damping system is computed for the seismic protection of a 20-story building equipped with a complete set of interstory viscous dampers. The high-performance characteristics of the obtained passive ECWP control system are clearly evidenced by the numerical simulation results. Also, the computational effectiveness of the proposed design procedure is confirmed by the low computation time of the associated LMI optimization problem.
CitacióPalacios-Quiñonero, F., Rubió-Massegú, J., Rossell, Josep M., Reza, H. LMI-based design of distributed energy-dissipation systems for vibration control of large multi-story structures. A: International Conference on Structural Dynamics. "Procedia engineering. 2017, vol. 199". Roma: Elsevier, 2017, p. 1749-1754.