Richard Christenson
Richard Christenson
Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Connecticut
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Benchmark control problems for seismically excited nonlinear buildings
Y Ohtori, RE Christenson, BF Spencer Jr, SJ Dyke
Journal of engineering mechanics 130 (4), 366-385, 2004
7362004
Large-scale experimental verification of semiactive control through real-time hybrid simulation
R Christenson, YZ Lin, A Emmons, B Bass
Journal of Structural Engineering 134 (4), 522-534, 2008
1962008
Next generation benchmark control problem for seismically excited buildings
BF Spencer Jr, RE Christenson, SJ Dyke
Proceedings of the second world conference on structural control 2, 1135-1360, 1998
1941998
Semiactive damping of cables with sag
EA Johnson, RE Christenson, BF Spencer Jr
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 18 (2), 132-146, 2003
1742003
Coupled building control using acceleration feedback
RE Christenson, BF Spencer, Jr, N Hori, K Seto
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 18 (1), 4-18, 2003
1122003
Coupled building control considering the effects of building/connector configuration
RE Christenson, BF Spencer Jr, EA Johnson, K Seto
Journal of structural engineering 132 (6), 853-863, 2006
852006
Experimental verification of smart cable damping
RE Christenson, BF Spencer Jr, EA Johnson
Journal of engineering mechanics 132 (3), 268-278, 2006
802006
Semiactive control of civil structures for natural hazard mitigation: analytical and experimental studies
RE Christenson
University of Notre Dame, 2002
742002
A fully dynamic magneto-rheological fluid damper model
Z Jiang, RE Christenson
Smart Materials and Structures 21 (6), 065002, 2012
612012
Semiactive connected control method for adjacent multidegree-of-freedom buildings
RE Christenson, BF Spencer Jr, EA Johnson
Journal of Engineering Mechanics 133 (3), 290-298, 2007
562007
Large-scale real-time hybrid simulation for evaluation of advanced damping system performance
A Friedman, SJ Dyke, B Phillips, R Ahn, B Dong, Y Chae, N Castaneda, ...
Journal of Structural Engineering 141 (6), 04014150, 2015
512015
A comparison of 200 kN magneto-rheological damper models for use in real-time hybrid simulation pretesting
Z Jiang, R Christenson
Smart Materials and Structures 20 (6), 065011, 2011
512011
A comparison of 200 kN magneto-rheological damper models for use in real-time hybrid simulation pretesting
Z Jiang, R Christenson
Smart Materials and Structures 20 (6), 065011, 2011
512011
System identification of a 200 kN magneto-rheological fluid damper for structural control in large-scale smart structures
BJ Bass, RE Christenson
2007 American Control Conference, 2690-2695, 2007
492007
Experimental evaluation of an adaptive inverse compensation technique for real-time simulation of a large-scale magneto-rheological fluid damper
C Chen, JM Ricles, R Sause, R Christenson
Smart materials and structures 19 (2), 025017, 2010
402010
Damage detection of a highway bridge under severe temperature changes using extended Kalman filter trained neural network
C Jin, S Jang, X Sun, J Li, R Christenson
Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring 6 (3), 545-560, 2016
392016
Coupled building control using active and smart damping strategies
RE Christenson, BF Spencer Jr, EA Johnson
Optimization and control in civil and structural engineering, 187-195, 1999
351999
Real-time hybrid simulation benchmark study with a large-scale MR damper
BM Phillips, Y Chae, Z Jiang, BF Spencer, JM Ricles, R Christenson, ...
Proc. of the 5th WCSCM, 12-14, 2010
342010
A non-intrusive bridge weigh-in-motion system for a single span steel girder bridge using only strain measurements
CJ Wall, RE Christenson, AMH McDonnell, A Jamalipour
342009
Parametric identification of the Dahl model for large scale MR dampers
N Aguirre, F Ikhouane, J Rodellar, R Christenson
Structural Control and Health Monitoring 19 (3), 332-347, 2012
312012
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