The articles in this book describe new developments in the area of structural testing, particularly those based upon the principle of fusing numerical and experimental methods such as real-time dynamic substructuring and hardware-in-the loop testing. In addition to the hybrid methods, chapters on the latest develoments in more established techniques, such as shaking table testing, provide a completely up-to-date survey of structural testing methods. The book is characterized by a multidisciplinary nature of the work that integrates cutting-edge research from the fields of non-linear dynamics, automatic control, numerical analysis, system modelling and mechatronics.... the discrete to continuous (D2C) transfer operation (Bernal 2007a) contends that when the input is not finite dimensional, ... it is shown in the same reference that the direct transmission is most accurate if computed from constraints that relate it to ... Before moving to the identification problem it is necessary to examine how the location and the number of input and ... Adx0 + Bdu0 x2 = A2dx0 + AdBdu0 + Bdux (2.26) x3 = Adx0 + AdBdu0 + AdBdui + Bdu2 or, in general, at time step p, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Modern Testing Techniques for Structural Systems|
|Author||:||Oreste S. Bursi, David Wagg|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-06-22|