Predicting Dynamic Response of Structures under Earthquake Loads Using Logical Analysis of Data
AbstractIn this paper, logical analysis of data (LAD) is used to predict the seismic response of building structures employing the captured dynamic responses. In order to prepare the data, computational simulations using a single degree of freedom (SDOF) building model under different ground motion records are carried out. The selected excitation records are real and of different peak ground accelerations (PGA). The sensitivity of the seismic response in terms of displacements of floors to the variation in earthquake characteristics, such as soil class, characteristic period, and time step of records, peak ground displacement, and peak ground velocity, have also been considered. The dynamic equation of motion describing the building model and the applied earthquake load are presented and solved incrementally using the Runge-Kutta method. LAD then finds the characteristic patterns which lead to forecast the seismic response of building structures. The accuracy of LAD is compared to that of an artificial neural network (ANN), since the latter is the most known machine learning technique. Based on the conducted study, the proposed LAD model has been proven to be an efficient technique to learn, simulate, and blindly predict the dynamic response behaviour of building structures subjected to earthquake loads. View Full-Text
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Abd-Elhamed, A.; Shaban, Y.; Mahmoud, S. Predicting Dynamic Response of Structures under Earthquake Loads Using Logical Analysis of Data. Buildings 2018, 8, 61.
Abd-Elhamed A, Shaban Y, Mahmoud S. Predicting Dynamic Response of Structures under Earthquake Loads Using Logical Analysis of Data. Buildings. 2018; 8(4):61.Chicago/Turabian Style
Abd-Elhamed, Ayman; Shaban, Yasser; Mahmoud, Sayed. 2018. "Predicting Dynamic Response of Structures under Earthquake Loads Using Logical Analysis of Data." Buildings 8, no. 4: 61.
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