Shaking table testing is the most commonly adopted method to simulate earthquake forces. This approach allows us to analyze the dynamic performance and provides a valuable insight into the dynamics of building structures, which helps to improve their future safety and reliability. The present study aims to conduct a numerical evaluation of dynamic response of a multi-storey steel structure model, which was previously examined during an extensive shaking table investigation. The experimental model was subjected to a number of different earthquake ground motions and a mining tremor. In order to perform this numerical research, the analyzed two-storey steel structure model was considered as a 2-DOF system with lumped parameters, which were determined by conducting free vibra-tion tests. The results obtained demonstrate that not only seismic excitations but also mining tremors may considerably deteriorate structural behaviour by induct-ing strong structural vibrations. The time-acceleration history plots computed for the multi-storey structure model idealized as a 2-DOF system are consistent with those recorded during the previously conducted shaking table investigation, which confirms high accuracy in assuming lumped parameters to characterize the analyzed two-storey steel structure model.
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- 14th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Dynamical Systems Theory and Applications strony 1 - 10
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- Falborski T., Sołtysik B., Jankowski R..: Numerical investigation on dynamic performance of a multi-storey steel structure model and comparison with experimental results, W: 14th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Dynamical Systems Theory and Applications, 2018, ,.
- Cyfrowy identyfikator dokumentu elektronicznego (otwiera się w nowej karcie) 10.1007/978-3-319-96601-4_10
- Politechnika Gdańska
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