Richard Christenson
Richard Christenson
Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Connecticut
Verified email at engr.uconn.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
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
6222004
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
1771998
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
1732008
Semiactive damping of cables with sag
EA Johnson, RE Christenson, BF Spencer Jr
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 18 (2), 132-146, 2003
1572003
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
772006
Experimental verification of smart cable damping
RE Christenson, BF Spencer Jr, EA Johnson
Journal of engineering mechanics 132 (3), 268-278, 2006
772006
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
712003
Semiactive control of civil structures for natural hazard mitigation: analytical and experimental studies
RE Christenson, BF Spencer
directed by B. F. Spencer, Jr. for the Department of Civil Engineering andá…, 2001
652001
A fully dynamic magneto-rheological fluid damper model
Z Jiang, RE Christenson
Smart Materials and Structures 21 (6), 065002, 2012
502012
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
502007
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
472007
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
412011
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
412011
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
402015
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
362010
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
341999
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
302010
A non-intrusive bridge weigh-in-motion system for a single span steel girder bridge using only strain measurements
CJ Wall, RE Christenson, AH McDonnell, A Jamalipour
Rep. SPR-2251 7, 2009
292009
On the evaluation of the efficacy of a smart damper: a new equivalent energy-based probabilistic approach
AM Aly, RE Christenson
Smart Materials and Structures 17 (4), 045008, 2008
272008
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
262012
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