Optimal active control of wave-induced vibration for offshore platforms
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An obvious motivation of this paper is to examine the effectiveness of the lateral vibration control of a jacket type offshore platform with an AMD control device, in conjunction with H2 control algorithm, which is an optimal frequency domain control method based on minimization of H2 norm of the system transfer function. In this study, the offshore platform is modeled numerically by use of the finite element method, instead of a lumped mass model This structural model is later simplified to be single-degree-of-freedom (SDOF) system by extracting the first vibration mode of the structure. The corresponding "generalized" wave force is determined based on an analytical approximation of the first mode shape function, the physical wave loading being calculated from the linearized Morison equation. This approach facilitates the filter design for the generalized force. Furthermore, the present paper also intends to make numerical comparison between H2 active control and the corresponding passive control using a TMD with the same device parameters. © 2001 China Ocean Press,.
China Ocean Engineering
Li, Huajun, Sau-Lon J. Hu, and Tomotsuka Takayama. "Optimal active control of wave-induced vibration for offshore platforms." China Ocean Engineering 15, 1 (2001): 1-14. https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/oce_facpubs/288