The aim of this paper is to develop a hybrid control algorithm on the control of both structures and equipments simultaneously to overcome the limitations of classical feedback control through combining the advantage of classic LQR and SMC. To suppress vibrations with the frequency contents of strong earthquakes differing from the natural frequencies of civil structures, the hybrid control algorithms integrated with the wavelet-base vibration control algorithm is developed. The performance of classical, hybrid, and wavelet-based hybrid control algorithms as well as the responses of structure and non-structural components are evaluated and discussed through numerical simulation in this study.
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