On-line identification of hysteretic systems. Chassiakos, A., G., Masri, S., F., Smyth, A., W., & Caughey, T., K. Journal of Applied Mechanics, 65(1):194-203, 1998.
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Using adaptive estimation approaches, a method is presented for the on-line identification of hysteretic systems under arbitrary dynamic environments. The availability of such an identification approach is crucial for the on-line control and monitoring of nonlinear structural systems to be actively controlled. In spite of the challenges encountered in the identification of the hereditary nature of th restoring force of such nonlinear systems, it is shown through the use of simulation studies and experimental measurements that the proposed approach can yield reliable estimates of the hysteretic restoring force under a very wide range of excitation levels and response ranges.
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