Pei-Yang Lin

Chin-Hsiung Loh4
Kung-Chun Lu4
Yang Wang3
4Chin-Hsiung Loh
4Kung-Chun Lu
3Yang Wang
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The objective of this paper is to present two modal identification methods that extract dynamic characteristics from output-only data sets collected by a low-cost and rapid-to-deploy wireless structural monitoring system installed upon a long-span cable-stayed bridge. Specifically, an extensive program of full-scale ambient vibration testing has been(More)
SUMMARY The performance aspects of a wireless 'active' sensor, including the reliability of the wireless communication channel for real-time data delivery and its application to feedback structural control, are explored in this study. First, the control of magnetorheological (MR) dampers using wireless sensors is examined. Second, the application of the(More)
This study examines the potential use of wireless communication and embedded computing technologies (WiSSCon) within real-time structural control applications. Based on the implementation of the prototype WiSSCon system in a three story steel test structure with significant eccentricity, a centralized control architecture is implemented to mitigate the(More)
  • Yang Wang, Kincho H Law, Bayram Aygun, Mark Mollineaux, Chin-Hsiung Loh, Kung-Chun Lu +1 other
  • 2010
This study explores decentralized structural control using wireless sensors and controllers. In a decentralized control scheme, control decisions are based upon data acquired from sensors located in the vicinity of a control device. Specifically, this paper studies a time-delayed decentralized structural control strategy that aims to minimize the H 2 norm(More)
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