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Linda Hanagan

Associate Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • Architectural Engineering

104 Engineering Unit A

ljm121@psu.edu

814-865-6394

Research Areas:

Building Structural Systems

Interest Areas:

Structural design and analysis of building systems, structural dynamics and control, experimental testing, serviceability of building structures with emphasis on floor vibration, analysis and design of steel connections including SMF connections.

 
 

 

Education

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Kelly A Salyards and Linda M Hanagan, 2010, "Evaluation of Vibration Assessment Criteria and Their Application to Stadium Serviceability", Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 24, (2), pp. 100–107
  • Linda M Hanagan and T. Kim, 2005, "Preliminary Assessment for Walking Induced Vibrations in Office Environments", AISC Engineering Journal, 42, (1), pp. 15-30
  • Linda M Hanagan, 2005, "Walking-Induced Floor Vibration Case Studies", Journal of Architectural Engineering, 11, (1), pp. 14-18
  • Linda M Hanagan, Thomas M Murray and Kamal Premaratne, 2003, "Controlling Floor Vibration with Active and Passive Devices", Shock and Vibration Digest, 35, (5), pp. 347–366
  • Linda M Hanagan, Christopher H Raebel and Martin W Trethewey, 2003, "Dynamic Measurements of In-Place Steel Floors to Assess Vibration Performance", Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 17, (3), pp. 126–135
  • Linda M Hanagan, 2002, "Diagnosing a case of occupant-induced whole building vibration", The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 112, (5), pp. 2275–2275
  • Linda M Hanagan, 2002, "Dynamic Amplitude Prediction for Ballroom Floors", Engineering Journal, 39, (3), pp. 148–153
  • Linda M Hanagan, Ernest C Kulasekere, Kirthi S Walgama and Kamal Premaratne, 2000, "Optimal Placement of Actuators and Sensors for Floor Vibration Control", Journal of Structural Engineering, 126, (12), pp. 1380–1387
  • Linda M Hanagan and Thomas M Murray, 1998, "Experimental Implementation of Active Control to Reduce Annoying Floor Vibration", AISC Engineering Journal, 35, pp. 123–127
  • Linda M Hanagan and Thomas M Murray, 1997, "Active Control Approach for Reducing Floor Vibrations", Journal of Structural Engineering, 123, (11), pp. 1497–1505

Conference Proceedings

  • Benjamin R. Barben, Linda M Hana andan, , 2015, "Isolating a Scanning Electron Microscope From Chiller Unit Vibrations", Springer International Publishing, pp. 531-540
  • Benjamin R. Barben, Linda M. Hana andan, , 2014, "Investigation of a Slab on Grade Supporting Sensitive Equipment", Springer International Publishing, pp. 53-60
  • Linda M Hanagan and M. W. Trethewey, 2013, "Diagnosis of Building Vibration Sources via Time-Frequency Analysis", Springer New York, pp. 327-336
  • Linda M Hanagan, 2011, "Practical Implications of Optimizing an Active Floor Vibration Controller", Springer New York, pp. 189-194
  • Huriye Sezer Atamturktur, Linda M Hanagan and Thomas E Boothby, 2007, "Extension of large-scale modal analysis techniques to historic masonry vaults", Society for Experimental Mechanics, pp. 11
  • KA Salyards and LM Hanagan, 2007, "Analysis of Coordinated Crowd Vibration Levels In a Stadium Structure", Society for Experimental Mechanics, pp. 6
  • Linda M Hanagan and Melissa C Chattoraj, 2006, "A Whole Building Cost Perspective to Floor Vibration Serviceability", ASCE, pp. 6
  • Kelly A. Salyards, Linda M Hanagan and Christopher A. Kim, 2006, "A Unique Vibration Serviceability Case Study of a Complex Structure", ASCE, pp. 8
  • Thomas E. Boothby, Huriye Sezer Atamturkur and Linda M Hanagan, 2006, "Modal Analysis Methods for Validation of Vaulted Stone Masonry Models", ASCE, pp. 8
  • Guoliang Jiang and Linda M Hanagan, 2006, "Semi-Active TMD with Piezoelectric Friction Dampers in Floor Vibration Control", The International Society for Optical Engineering, pp. 11
  • Kelly A. Salyards, Linda M Hanagan and Martin W. Trethewey, 2006, "Comparing Vibration Serviceability Assessment Measures For Stadium Rock Concert Data", Society for Experimental Mechanics, pp. 8
  • KA Salyards, LM Hanagan and Martin W Trethewey, 2006, "Comparing Vibration Serviceability Assessment Measures For Stadium Rock Concert Data", Society for Experimental Mechanics, pp. 8
  • Kelly A Salyards and LM Hanagan, 2005, "Evaluation of a finite element model for dynamic characteristic prediction of a stadium facility", Society for Experimental Mechanics, pp. 8
  • E Erdogmus, Linda M Hanagan and Thomas E Boothby, 2004, "Modal Experiments for the Validation of Masonry Vault Models", Society for Experimental Mechanics, pp. 9
  • Linda M Hanagan, 2003, "Floor vibration serviceability: Tips and tools for negotiating a successful design.", AISC, pp. 8
  • Linda M Hanagan, Martin W Trethewey, Michael F Beals and Jennifer J Farwell-Greiner, 2002, "Modal testing of multi-bay steel-framed floors", SPIE
  • Linda M Hanagan and Taehoo Kim, 2001, "Development of a Simplified Design Criterion for Walking Vibrations", ASCE, pp. 9
  • Christopher H Raebel, Linda M Hanagan and Martin W Trethewey, 2001, "Development of an experimental protocol for floor vibration assessment", Society for Experimental Mechanics, pp. 7
  • Ernest C Kulasekere, Linda M Hanagan, Kirtlni S Walgama and Kamal Premaratne, 2000, "MIMO floor vibration controller design", IEEE, 1, (6), pp. 508–512
  • Linda M Hanagan and Kamal Premaratne, 2000, "Single-input/multi-output strategies for floor vibration control", SPIE, pp. 46–53
  • Linda M Hanagan, Christopher H Raebel and Eric R Marsh, 2000, "Modeling for controller design on a steel floor system", Society for Experimental Mechanics, pp. 7
  • Linda M Hanagan, Cheryl Rottmann and Thomas M Murray, 1996, "Control of floor vibrations", ASCE, pp. 428–435
  • Linda M Hanagan and Thomas M Murray, 1995, "Active control of floor vibration: implementation case studies", IEEE, 3, pp. 1911–1915
  • LM Hanagan and TM Murray, 1995, "Floor vibration: A new application for active control", pp. 7–12
  • Linda M Hanagan and TM Murray, 1994, "Experimental results from the active control of floor motion", pp. FP4-71-78

Magazines/Trade Publications

  • Linda M Hanagan, 2008, "The Cost Equation when Designing for Floor Vibrations"
  • Linda M Hanagan, 2003, "Floor vibration serviceability: Tips and tools for negotiating a successful design.", 43, (4), pp. 39–48

Manuscripts

  • Linda M Hanagan, S. M. Saaid, K. Premaratne and E. C. Kulasekere, , "Single-Input/Multi-Output Controller Design for Reducing Floor Vibrations", Journal of Vibration and Control

Other

  • Linda M Hanagan, 2003, "Impact of Floor Vibration on the Performance of Buildings"
  • Linda M Hanagan, 1994, "Active control of floor vibrations"

Research Projects

  • June 2015 - July 2015, "Floor Vibration Research Services," (Sponsor: Shradergroup Architecture).

Honors and Awards

  • PSEAS Outstanding Advising Award, Penn State Engineering Alumni Society, April 2014

Service

Service to Penn State:

  • Member, AE Department Head Search Committee, September 2016 - January 2017
  • Coordinator, Structural Thesis Coordinator, August 2016 - April 2017
  • Member, August 2016 - May 2017
  • Member, Scholarship and Awards Committee, August 2015 - May 2016
  • Coordinator, Structural Thesis Coordinator, August 2015 - April 2016
  • Member, Committee to Review Curriculum Length, January 2014 - May 2015
  • Member, Department Committee, Promotion and Tenure Committee, August 2013 - May 2014
  • Advisor, Phi Alpha Epsilon, 2014
  • Advisor, Structural MAE Adviser, Master of Architectural Engineering, August 2012
  • Faculty Advisor, Student Organization Advisor, Structural Engineers Association, May 2003
  • , Schreyer's Honors College Advisor, August 2015

Service to External Organizations:

  • Board Member, Society for Experimental Mechanics, June 2013 - July 2015
  • , Special Awards Judge, Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, May 2015
  • Co-Chairperson, Society for Experimental Mechanics, June 2013
 


 

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Department of Architectural Engineering

104 Engineering Unit A

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802

Phone: 814-865-6394