Demonstration of Sway Modes and Torsion Modes of Framed Structures Using Shaking Table

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Demonstration Of Sway Modes And Torsion Modes Of Framed Structures Using Shaking Table

Demonstration of Sway Modes and Torsion Modes of Framed Structures Using Shaking Table

Abstract

The main characteristics of Demonstration Of Sway Modes And Torsion Modes Of Framed Structures Using Shaking Table behaviors were: the sudden change of the predominant vibration mode from the mode of translation and torsion to the torsional mode after large inelastic deformation of the flexible side.

In this change of modes, the abrupt increase in torsional stiffness. The torsional wall warping behavior. And the unilateral moment of overturning in the transverse direction to the excitations at the table. Nonlinear models available in this software present the advantages and limitations as they are related to the correlation between the results of the analysis and the test.

In this change of modes, the abrupt increase in torsional stiffness. The torsional wall warping behavior. And the unilateral moment of overturning in the transverse direction to the excitations at the table. Nonlinear models available in this software present the advantages and limitations as they are related to the correlation between the results of the analysis and the test.

The main characteristics of Demonstration Of Sway Modes And Torsion Modes Of Framed Structures Using Shaking Table behaviors were: the sudden change of the predominant vibration mode from the mode of translation and torsion to the torsional mode after large inelastic deformation of the flexible side.

Conclusion

Performance-based seismic evaluation and design has become practical with remarkable developments in experimental and analytical seismic engineering research. The demand for component forces and deformations from the expected earthquake ground motions should also be reasonably predicted. FEMA 440 provides detailed information on the practical application of non-linear static analysis.