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This is a Hyperbolic Tangent model for 200 KN large-scale magneto-rheological fluid damper (a model of the PWM Servo-Amplifier used to drive the damper is also included) developed at the University of Connecticut. This version (Version 2) added a model of the inductance dynamics of the large-scale …
This computational model contains the original files for the Phase I Benchmark Control Problem for Seismic Response of Cable-Stayed Bridges. Dyke, S. J., Caicedo, J. M., Turan, G., Bergman, L. A. and Hague, S. Phase I Benchmark Control Problem for Seismic Response of Cable-Stayed Bridges, Journal …
This is a Hyperbolic Tangent model for 200 KN large-scale magneto-rheological fluid damper (a model of the PWM Servo-Amplifier used to drive the damper is also included) developed at the University of Connecticut. The physical counterpart of this model is the 200 kN large-scale MR dampers that …
12 Dec 2011 | Computational Models | Contributor(s): Ahmad AlNaseem
This Model presents a representation of a 9 story and 9 degree of freedom model for a building excited by and earthquake input.
In this model, the 9-strory benchmark FEM model is remodeled as a 9 degree of freedom shear building model. To evaluate the model the displacement, velocity and acceleration responses of the shear model are compared to those obtained using the FEM model (time history comparison and RMS response). …
This is a Phenomological Bouc Wen model for 200 KN large-scale magneto-rheological fluid damper (a model of the PWM Servo-Amplifier used to drive the damper is also included) developed at the Purdue University. The physical counterpart of this model is the 200 kN large-scale MR dampers that are …
In the last decade, Real-time Hybrid Simulation (RTHS) has become a well-recognized testing strategy as an alternative to other known testing methodologies such as shake table testing. Essentially, RTHS provides researchers the opportunity to isolate and physically investigate the more complicated …
This is an OpenSees model of a simple shear test. The model can predict the drained or undrained responses of sand or clay under cyclic or monotonic loading. Two constitutive models are available for the soil, the Pressure-Dependent-Multi-Yield02 (PDMY02) model for sand and the …
This sample for virtual real-time hybrid simulation (vRTHS) was developed in the Intelligent Infrastructure Systems Laboratory at Purdue University to help users understand the steps necessary to perform a real-time hybrid simulation (RTHS) on a virtual platform. This vRTHS sample uses MATLAB xPC …
This is an RTHS simulation example including codes ‘RTHS_DM.mdl’ and ‘Trigger_RTHS_DM.m’. In this example, the concept of RTHS and its representation in simulation is discussed. A single story steel structure with predetermined mass, stiffness, damping ratio …