Magnetorheological damper is a type of advanced damping system that can reduce the impact of earthquakes on structures. This video demonstrates the project that applies magnetorheological damper in large scale. Real-time Hybrid Simulation and Over-Driven Clipped Optimal Control are used in this project, and their performances are validated through experiments.
Credits and References
Researchers should cite this work as follows:
Shirley Dyke; Anthony Friedman; Tong Li; Ali Irmak Ozdagli (2013), "Large-Scale Real Time Hybrid Simulation for Validation of Advanced Damping Systems," https://nees.org/resources/6627.