## What is/are Active Tuned?

Active Tuned - First, a novel active tuned heave plate (ATHP) mechanism based on the concept of the active tuned mass damper is developed for the SP.^{[1]}Although, several studies have examined the efficiency of semi-active tuned mass dampers (SATMDs) to control the seismic vibration of structures, only a few have focused on the influence of SATMDs on steel moment resisting frames in irregular structures having setbacks.

^{[2]}This article presents the use of neural network predictive controller as a novel technique for vibration control of tall structures employing single degree of freedom active tuned mass damper (ATMD).

^{[3]}In the current study, in addition to utilizing viscous dampers, enhanced hybrid active tuned mass dampers (EHATMDs) are used at the top of asymmetric buildings and active tendons (ATs) are used at the sixth floor of symmetric buildings, while all these buildings are interconnected by VDs.

^{[4]}Then, the efficiency of the presented approach is demonstrated by the numerical study of two benchmark buildings equipped with an active tuned mass damper (ATMD).

^{[5]}For structures equipped with semi active tuned mass damper (STMD) on deep foundation, determination of the optimum STMD characterizations are completely related to the dynamic attitude of the structure.

^{[6]}Then, Passive Tuned Mass Damper (PTMD) and Active Tuned Mass Damper (ATMD) are employed to suppress the platform vibration and subsequently, their control performances are compared.

^{[7]}Based on numerical study of an 11-story benchmark structure equipped with an active tuned mass damper, the robustness and stability of the proposed controller are presented.

^{[8]}In this study, a semi-active tuned mass damper (SATMD) was employed for a tilted high-rise building subjected to seismic excitations, and its dynamic-response reduction capacity was evaluated.

^{[9]}The present study investigates the dynamic responses of offshore jacket platforms using a passive and semi-active tuned mass damper (TMD, SATMD), where the control action is achieved by a fuzzy logic controller (FLC) under environmental (i.

^{[10]}An example design for a 30-story building with an active tuned mass damper and viscous damping devices is taken into account and numerical simulations are performed.

^{[11]}This paper presents a semi-active tuned mass damper (STMD) with acceleration and relative motion feedbacks that is optimised in the frequency domain to ensure the same vibration damping efficiency as the Den Hartog’s tuned mass damper (TMD) of up to seven times larger mass.

^{[12]}In the recent decade, the robustness, reliability and operability of semi-active tuned mass dampers (STMD) against frequency changes in linear structures has primarily been investigated in the frequency domain.

^{[13]}By adding a semi-active damper in the connection between the structure and TMD, it is possible to mitigate the detuning effect, making this feature one of the most interesting advantages of semi-active tuned mass dampers (SATMDs).

^{[14]}The network-based modeling and active control for an offshore steel jacket platform with an active tuned mass damper mechanism is investigated in this chapter.

^{[15]}This study deals with optimal control of the coupling active tuned mass damper (ATMD) system for two neighboring structures under earthquake excitations.

^{[16]}Four active tuned mass dampers have been incorporated into each blade and tower to reduce vibrations.

^{[17]}In this study, the seismic response of a reinforced concrete (RC) six-story building was analyzed with the combinations of masonry infill-wall, a passive and an active tuned mass damper (ATMD).

^{[18]}Tuned mass damper (TMD) and active tuned mass damper (ATMD) were respectively performed for vibration control, in addition, particle swarm optimization (PSO) was utilized for pursuing an optimal active control.

^{[19]}A new method, optimal step-by-step tuning (OSST), is presented for the frequency adjustment of variable stiffness semiactive tuned mass dampers (SATMDs).

^{[20]}In this paper, an active tuned inerter damper (ATID) is proposed and theoretically analysed.

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## active tuned mas

Although, several studies have examined the efficiency of semi-active tuned mass dampers (SATMDs) to control the seismic vibration of structures, only a few have focused on the influence of SATMDs on steel moment resisting frames in irregular structures having setbacks.^{[1]}This article presents the use of neural network predictive controller as a novel technique for vibration control of tall structures employing single degree of freedom active tuned mass damper (ATMD).

^{[2]}In the current study, in addition to utilizing viscous dampers, enhanced hybrid active tuned mass dampers (EHATMDs) are used at the top of asymmetric buildings and active tendons (ATs) are used at the sixth floor of symmetric buildings, while all these buildings are interconnected by VDs.

^{[3]}Then, the efficiency of the presented approach is demonstrated by the numerical study of two benchmark buildings equipped with an active tuned mass damper (ATMD).

^{[4]}For structures equipped with semi active tuned mass damper (STMD) on deep foundation, determination of the optimum STMD characterizations are completely related to the dynamic attitude of the structure.

^{[5]}Then, Passive Tuned Mass Damper (PTMD) and Active Tuned Mass Damper (ATMD) are employed to suppress the platform vibration and subsequently, their control performances are compared.

^{[6]}Based on numerical study of an 11-story benchmark structure equipped with an active tuned mass damper, the robustness and stability of the proposed controller are presented.

^{[7]}In this study, a semi-active tuned mass damper (SATMD) was employed for a tilted high-rise building subjected to seismic excitations, and its dynamic-response reduction capacity was evaluated.

^{[8]}The present study investigates the dynamic responses of offshore jacket platforms using a passive and semi-active tuned mass damper (TMD, SATMD), where the control action is achieved by a fuzzy logic controller (FLC) under environmental (i.

^{[9]}An example design for a 30-story building with an active tuned mass damper and viscous damping devices is taken into account and numerical simulations are performed.

^{[10]}This paper presents a semi-active tuned mass damper (STMD) with acceleration and relative motion feedbacks that is optimised in the frequency domain to ensure the same vibration damping efficiency as the Den Hartog’s tuned mass damper (TMD) of up to seven times larger mass.

^{[11]}In the recent decade, the robustness, reliability and operability of semi-active tuned mass dampers (STMD) against frequency changes in linear structures has primarily been investigated in the frequency domain.

^{[12]}By adding a semi-active damper in the connection between the structure and TMD, it is possible to mitigate the detuning effect, making this feature one of the most interesting advantages of semi-active tuned mass dampers (SATMDs).

^{[13]}The network-based modeling and active control for an offshore steel jacket platform with an active tuned mass damper mechanism is investigated in this chapter.

^{[14]}This study deals with optimal control of the coupling active tuned mass damper (ATMD) system for two neighboring structures under earthquake excitations.

^{[15]}Four active tuned mass dampers have been incorporated into each blade and tower to reduce vibrations.

^{[16]}In this study, the seismic response of a reinforced concrete (RC) six-story building was analyzed with the combinations of masonry infill-wall, a passive and an active tuned mass damper (ATMD).

^{[17]}Tuned mass damper (TMD) and active tuned mass damper (ATMD) were respectively performed for vibration control, in addition, particle swarm optimization (PSO) was utilized for pursuing an optimal active control.

^{[18]}A new method, optimal step-by-step tuning (OSST), is presented for the frequency adjustment of variable stiffness semiactive tuned mass dampers (SATMDs).

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