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Development of procedures for real-time hybrid simulation and testing of a buckling-restrained braced structure

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In real-time hybrid simulation (RTHS), a simulated structure is split into two substructures: one being a physical specimen, and the other a numerical model of the rest of the structure. These are connected in a real-time feedback loop to simulate the dynamic response of the combined structure. An issue in RTHS is the delay in the response of the servo-hydraulic actuators applying the displacements which can destabilise the feedback loop. The delay can vary significantly during the simulation...

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Engineering Science
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2019-05-08

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