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Robust Adaptive Neural Estimation of Restoring Forces in Nonlinear Structures

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E. B. Kosmatopoulos

School of Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-2563

A. W. Smyth

School of Engineering and Applied Science, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027-6699

S. F. Masri

School of Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-2531

A. G. Chassiakos

School of Engineering, California State University, Long Beach, CA 90840-5602

J. Appl. Mech 68(6), 880-893 (Jun 08, 2001) (14 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1408614 History: Received May 04, 2000; Revised June 08, 2001
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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General structural system, with discrete response measurement locations. The system can experience force excitation, and multiple support motions.
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Three-degree-of-freedom structural system, with discrete response measurement locations. The system can experience force excitation, and multiple support motions.
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Block diagram of the Volterra Wiener neural network (VWNN)
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Three-degree-of-freedom base excited structural system, with discrete response measurement locations
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Time-history of actual (solid curve) and estimated (dashed curve) restoring forces when adaptation is on
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Time-history of actual (solid curve) and estimated (dashed curve) accelerations when adaptation is on
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Actual (left subplots) and estimated (right subplots) restoring forces versus relative displacements when adaptation is on
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Time-history of Volterra/Wiener neural network (VWNN) adjustable parameters
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Time-history of actual (solid curve) and estimated (dashed curve) restoring forces after training for the same base acceleration as in Figs. 5–8
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Time-history of actual (solid curve) and estimated (dashed curve) restoring forces after training for different base acceleration than that of Figs. 5678
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Time-history of actual (solid curve) and estimated (dashed curve) restoring forces when adaptation is on, γ=0.9
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Time-history of actual (solid curve) and estimated (dashed curve) restoring forces after training for different base acceleration than that of Figs. 11, γ=0.9
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Concrete structure: restoring forces and their estimates during the first training iteration
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Concrete structure: restoring forces and their estimates after training
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Steel structure: restoring forces and their estimates during the first training iteration
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Steel structure: restoring forces and their estimates after training

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