Luca Caracoglia
Luca Caracoglia
Associate Professor, College of Engineering, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Time domain vs. frequency domain characterization of aeroelastic forces for bridge deck sections
L Caracoglia, NP Jones
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 91 (3), 371-402, 2003
1732003
Comparative and sensitivity study of flutter derivatives of selected bridge deck sections, Part 1: Analysis of inter-laboratory experimental data
PP Sarkar, L Caracoglia, FL Haan Jr, H Sato, J Murakoshi
Engineering Structures 31 (1), 158-169, 2009
1242009
A Monte Carlo based method for the dynamic “fragility analysis” of tall buildings under turbulent wind loading
MA Smith, L Caracoglia
Engineering Structures 33 (2), 410-420, 2011
842011
In-plane dynamic behavior of cable networks. Part 1: formulation and basic solutions
L Caracoglia, NP Jones
Journal of Sound and Vibration 279 (3-5), 969-991, 2005
842005
In-plane dynamic behavior of cable networks. Part 2: prototype prediction and validation
L Caracoglia, NP Jones
Journal of Sound and Vibration 279 (3-5), 993-1014, 2005
832005
Effectiveness of cable networks of various configurations in suppressing stay-cable vibration
L Caracoglia, D Zuo
Engineering Structures 31 (12), 2851-2864, 2009
702009
Passive hybrid technique for the vibration mitigation of systems of interconnected stays
L Caracoglia, NP Jones
Journal of Sound and Vibration 307 (3-5), 849-864, 2007
642007
Simulation and analysis of intervention costs due to wind-induced damage on tall buildings
W Cui, L Caracoglia
Engineering Structures 87, 183-197, 2015
552015
A methodology for the experimental extraction of indicial functions for streamlined and bluff deck sections
L Caracoglia, NP Jones
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 91 (5), 609-636, 2003
542003
Stochastic analysis of flow-induced dynamic instabilities of wind turbine blades
P Pourazarm, L Caracoglia, M Lackner, Y Modarres-Sadeghi
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 137, 37-45, 2015
53*2015
Exploring hurricane wind speed along US Atlantic coast in warming climate and effects on predictions of structural damage and intervention costs
W Cui, L Caracoglia
Engineering Structures 122, 209-225, 2016
512016
Estimating life-cycle monetary losses due to wind hazards: Fragility analysis of long-span bridges
DW Seo, L Caracoglia
Engineering structures 56, 1593-1606, 2013
482013
Analysis of full-scale wind and pressure measurements on a low-rise building
L Caracoglia, NP Jones
Journal of wind engineering and industrial aerodynamics 97 (5-6), 157-173, 2009
452009
Reduced-order wavelet-Galerkin solution for the coupled, nonlinear stochastic response of slender buildings in transient winds
TH Le, L Caracoglia
Journal of Sound and Vibration 344, 179-208, 2015
412015
Influence of uncertainty in selected aerodynamic and structural parameters on the buffeting response of long-span bridges
L Caracoglia
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 96 (3), 327-344, 2008
412008
Predicting the flutter speed of a pedestrian suspension bridge through examination of laboratory experimental errors
F Rizzo, L Caracoglia, S Montelpare
Engineering Structures 172, 589-613, 2018
402018
Damping of taut-cable systems: Two dampers on a single stay
L Caracoglia, NP Jones
Journal of engineering mechanics 133 (10), 1050-1060, 2007
402007
Estimation of torsional-flutter probability in flexible bridges considering randomness in flutter derivatives
DW Seo, L Caracoglia
Engineering structures 33 (8), 2284-2296, 2011
392011
Numerical and experimental study of vibration mitigation for highway light poles
L Caracoglia, NP Jones
Engineering structures 29 (5), 821-831, 2007
392007
On‐line monitoring of wind‐induced stresses and fatigue damage in instrumented structures
EM Hernandez, D Bernal, L Caracoglia
Structural Control and Health Monitoring 20 (10), 1291-1302, 2013
382013
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