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Ole Andre Øiseth
Ole Andre Øiseth
Professor Department of Structural Engineering NTNU
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Long-term monitoring of wind field characteristics and dynamic response of a long-span suspension bridge in complex terrain
A Fenerci, O Øiseth, A Rønnquist
Engineering Structures 147, 269-284, 2017
1302017
Engineering analysis and design with ALE-VMS and space–time methods
K Takizawa, Y Bazilevs, TE Tezduyar, MC Hsu, O Øiseth, KM Mathisen, ...
Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering 21, 481-508, 2014
1152014
Sensitivity-based finite element model updating of a pontoon bridge
ØW Petersen, O Øiseth
Engineering Structures 150, 573-584, 2017
892017
Simplified prediction of wind-induced response and stability limit of slender long-span suspension bridges, based on modified quasi-steady theory: A case study
O Øiseth, A Rönnquist, R Sigbjörnsson
Journal of wind engineering and industrial aerodynamics 98 (12), 730-741, 2010
882010
Strong wind characteristics and dynamic response of a long-span suspension bridge during a storm
A Fenerci, O Øiseth
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 172, 116-138, 2018
792018
Wind deflection analysis of railway catenary under crosswind based on nonlinear finite element model and wind tunnel test
Y Song, M Zhang, O Øiseth, A Rønnquist
Mechanism and Machine Theory 168, 104608, 2022
742022
An enhanced forced vibration rig for wind tunnel testing of bridge deck section models in arbitrary motion
B Siedziako, O Øiseth, A Rønnquist
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 164, 152-163, 2017
742017
Operational modal analysis of an end-supported pontoon bridge
KA Kvåle, O Øiseth, A Rønnquist
Engineering Structures 148, 410-423, 2017
732017
Modelling the stochastic dynamic behaviour of a pontoon bridge: A case study
KA Kvåle, R Sigbjörnsson, O Øiseth
Computers & Structures 165, 123-135, 2016
722016
Evaluation of mast measurements and wind tunnel terrain models to describe spatially variable wind field characteristics for long-span bridge design
TM Lystad, A Fenerci, O Øiseth
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 179, 558-573, 2018
602018
A data-based structural health monitoring approach for damage detection in steel bridges using experimental data
BT Svendsen, GT Frøseth, O Øiseth, A Rønnquist
Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring 12 (1), 101-115, 2022
592022
Aerodynamic damping models for vortex-induced vibration of a rectangular 4: 1 cylinder: Comparison of modeling schemes
M Zhang, F Xu, O Øiseth
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 205, 104321, 2020
592020
Measured buffeting response of a long-span suspension bridge compared with numerical predictions based on design wind spectra
A Fenerci, O Øiseth
Journal of Structural Engineering 143 (9), 04017131, 2017
592017
Time domain modeling of self-excited aerodynamic forces for cable-supported bridges: A comparative study
O Øiseth, A Rönnquist, R Sigbjörnsson
Computers & structures 89 (13-14), 1306-1322, 2011
592011
Prediction of long-term extreme load effects due to wave and wind actions for cable-supported bridges with floating pylons
Y Xu, O Øiseth, T Moan, A Naess
Engineering Structures 172, 321-333, 2018
552018
Using ALE-VMS to compute aerodynamic derivatives of bridge sections
TA Helgedagsrud, Y Bazilevs, A Korobenko, KM Mathisen, OA Øiseth
Computers & Fluids 179, 820-832, 2019
532019
Computational and experimental investigation of free vibration and flutter of bridge decks
TA Helgedagsrud, Y Bazilevs, KM Mathisen, OA Øiseth
Computational Mechanics 63, 121-136, 2019
502019
Influence line extraction by deconvolution in the frequency domain
GT Frøseth, A Rønnquist, D Cantero, O Øiseth
Computers & Structures 189, 21-30, 2017
502017
A comparative study of wind-induced dynamic response models of long-span bridges using artificial neural networks, support vector regression and buffeting theory
DF Castellon, A Fenerci, O Øiseth
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 209, 104484, 2021
492021
Time domain simulations of wind-and wave-induced load effects on a three-span suspension bridge with two floating pylons
Y Xu, O Øiseth, T Moan
Marine Structures 58, 434-452, 2018
462018
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