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Editorial: Innovative technologies for reducing structural vibrations due to natural events and human activities

The need for effective structural control systems able to improve the performance of new and existing structures against service and extreme loads is ever growing. Indeed, over the last few decades the reduction of unwanted dynamics became a field at which intense research effort has been devoted and significant developments have been achieved by major research groups worldwide. This special issue aims at networking novel researches concerning complex and edge-technology systems and methodologies addressed to vibration control of civil structures subjected to natural actions as well as to dynamic loading induced by human activities

Hindawi

Author: Caterino, Nicola
Georgakis, Christos T.
Luo, Ningsu
Monsalve, Julian Londono
Date: 2020 February 15
Abstract: The need for effective structural control systems able to improve the performance of new and existing structures against service and extreme loads is ever growing. Indeed, over the last few decades the reduction of unwanted dynamics became a field at which intense research effort has been devoted and significant developments have been achieved by major research groups worldwide. This special issue aims at networking novel researches concerning complex and edge-technology systems and methodologies addressed to vibration control of civil structures subjected to natural actions as well as to dynamic loading induced by human activities
Document access: http://hdl.handle.net/2072/373364
Language: eng
Publisher: Hindawi
Rights: Attribution 4.0 International
Rights URI: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Subject: Control automàtic
Automatic control
Title: Editorial: Innovative technologies for reducing structural vibrations due to natural events and human activities
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Repository: Recercat

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