Active control of along wind responce of tall building using a fuzzy controller

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Journal Article
Citation:
Engineering Structures, 2001, 23 (11), pp. 1512 - 1522
Issue Date:
2001-11-01
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This paper focuses on the benchmark problem application regarding the vibration control of tall buildings under along wind excitation. The building under consideration is the 76-story, 306 meter tall reinforced concrete office tower proposed for the city of Melbourne, Australia. The adopted control scheme consists of an Active Tuned Mass Damper (ATMD) where the control action is achieved by a Fuzzy Logic Controller (FLC). The main advantage of the fuzzy controller is its inherent robustness and ability to handle any non-linear behaviour of the structure. This benchmark study is based on specified design constraints for the ATMD to be considered in the design of the proposed control scheme. The robustness of the controller has been demonstrated through the uncertainty in stiffness (+15% and -15% variation from initial stiffness) of the building. The results of the simulation show a good performance by the fuzzy controller for all cases tested. Also the results show that the fuzzy controller performs slightly better than the LQG controller, while possessing several advantages over the LQG controller. © 2001 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.
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