STRUCTURAL CONTROL and OPTIMIZATION

Contents

Preface

Introduction (.pdf, 6.11 Mb)

Chapter 1. Choice of analysis model (.pdf, 7.94 Mb)

Chapter 2. Regulation of forces and displacements (.pdf, 13.83 Mb)

2.1 Regulation by change of geometrical scheme

2.2 Regulation by change of rigidity

2.3 Regulation by prestressing

2.4 Regulation by displacing the supports

2.5 Regulation by change of schemes

2.6 Regulation by succession

2.7 Regulation during reconstruction

Chapter 3. Regulation of stability and vibrations (.pdf, 2.58 Mb)

3.1 The stability regulation

3.2 The vibrations regulation

Chapter 4. Regulation of forces and displacements (.pdf,12.48 Mb)

4.1 Regulation by supporting ties

4.2 Regulation by strengthening devices

4.2.1 Strengthening by a strut frame

4.2.2 Stiffening by ribs

4.2.3 Choice of load transmition schemes
4.3 Regulation by variation of rigidity

4.4 Regulation by succession of erection

4.5 Regulation of vibrations

Chapter 5. Structural optimization (.pdf, 26.68 Mb)

5.1 Usage of necessary extremum conditions
5.1.1 Application of classical methods of mathematical anal¬ysis and calculus of variations

5.1.2 Usage of L.S. Pontryagin's maximum principle
5.2 Some special methods

5.3 Methods of mathematical programming

5.3.1 Linear programming (LP)

5.3.2 Nonlinear programming (NLP)

5.3.3 Dynamic programming

5.3.4 The random search
5.4 Methods of multi-criterion structural optimization

Chapter 6. Computer aided solution (.pdf, 8.1 Mb)

6.1 General reasonings

6.2 Linear regulation problems

6.3 Non-linear regulation problems

6.4 Programs for structural regulation

6.4.1 Programm "EXREG"

6.4.2 Program "PLAST"

6.4.3 Program "RITM"

Chapter 7. Laboratory practicum (.pdf, 4.61 Mb)

7.1 Laboratory work No. 1

7.2 Laboratory work No. 2

7.3 Laboratory work No. 3

7.4 Laboratory work No. 4

7.5 Laboratory work No. 5

7.6 Laboratory work No. 6

Chapter 8. Automatic structural control (.pdf, 11.21 Mb)

8.1 On the existent tendencies

8.2 Classification of problems

8.3 Connection of structural control problems

8.4 Solution algorithms for problems of automatic control

8.5 Means of technical realization

8.6 Realization of direct self-adjusting ACS

8.7 Realization of identificational self-adjusting ACS

8.8 Conclusion. Themes and problems

Appendix A. Tables for analysis of plates (.pdf, 5.72 Mb)

Appendix В. Computer programs for structural analysis (.pdf, 3.49 Mb)

B.l Plane frames. Program "EXTRA"

B.2 Analysis of plates. Program "PLITA"

B.3 Linear programming. Program "LPMIC"

B.4 Linear algebra

B.5 Minimax problem. Program MIMALP

B.5.1 Statement of discrete minimax problem

B.5.2 On algorithms searching discrete minimax

B.5.3 Program MIMALP

Bibliography (.pdf, 1.53 Mb)