Active Control System: A Comprehensive Review
Sunaini Saksena
Active Control, Earthquakes, Structural Control, Semi-active control, Sensors.
This study offers a thorough analysis of the different control systems and techniques used in structural engineering, emphasizing the mitigation of dynamic actions like severe winds and earthquakes. The study explores the implementation of active, semi-active, and hybrid control systems in civil engineering structures to enhance their resilience against dynamic forces. Traditional approaches to reducing vibrations, such as building structures with resistance and ductility, are compared with newer concepts of structural control. The paper discusses the development and application of passive, active, hybrid, and semi-active control systems, highlighting their advantages, limitations, and real-world implementations. Furthermore, it explores recent advancements in smart structures and control technologies, including the usage of magnetorheological (MR) dampers, piezoelectric actuators, and fuzzy supervisory control approaches. Experimental validations and numerical simulations are employed to assess the efficiency and performance of these control strategies. Overall, the paper contributes to the understanding of structural control methodologies and their implications for enhancing the safety and resilience of civil engineering structures against dynamic forces.
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Unique Paper ID: 163755

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 1717 - 1721
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