Published on November 6, 2020
The use of hybrid simulation techniques has exploded recently. Researchers are advancing HS theory and practice with scenarios such as severe wind loading, coastal inundation and tsunami loading, seismic-induced fires, thermo-mechanical loading, and even bio-mechanical systems. Researchers are examining approaches such as experimental design, machine learning, uncertainty quantification, nonlinear and adaptive control, decoding instabilities and parallel computing.
To provide easy access to published research in HS, the NSF-funded Multi-Hazard Engineering Collaboratory for Hybrid Simulation virtual community, called MECHS, is now compiling a list of publications in hybrid simulation. The MECHS Publication Library is searchable/sortable. It contains over 250 of the latest research papers from the community, and it is still growing. Each paper is linked through its DOI to the source paper for easy access.
Access the MECHS PUBLICATION LIBRARY.