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A case study on designing a sliding mode controller to stabilize the stochastic effect of noise on mechanical structures: Residential buildings equipped with ATMD

Abstract

This study aims to stabilize the unwanted fluctuation of buildings as mechanical structures subjected to earth excitation as the noise. In this study, the ground motion is considered as a Wiener process, in which the governing stochastic differential equations have been presented in the form of Ito equation. To stabilize the vibration of the system, the ATMD system is considered and located on the upmost story of the building. A sliding mode controller has been utilized to control the ATMD system, which is a robust controller in the presence of uncertainty. For this purpose, the design of a sliding mode controller for the general dynamic system with Lipschitz nonlinearity and considering the Ito relations has been accomplished. The mentioned design has been implemented considering the presence of the Weiner process and existence of uncertainty in the structure and actuator. Then, the obtained general control law has been generalized to control the ATMD system. The results show that the designed controller is effective to reduce the effect of the unwanted impused vibrations on the building.

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Authors

Azizi, Aydin

Oxford Brookes departments

School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics

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Year of publication: 2020
Date of RADAR deposit: 2022-05-17


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