3 edition of Dynamic response of structures to high-energy excitations found in the catalog.
Dynamic response of structures to high-energy excitations
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||sponsored by the Applied Mechanics Division, ASME, the Pressure Vessels and Piping Division, ASME ; edited by Thomas L. Geers, Y.S. Shin.|
|Series||AMD ;, vol. 127, PVP ;, vol. 225 [i.e. vol. 226], AMD (Series) ;, v. 127., PVP (Series) ;, vol. 226.|
|Contributions||Geers, T. L., Shin, Y. S., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Applied Mechanics Division., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Pressure Vessels and Piping Division.|
|LC Classifications||TA654.2 .D96 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||91058448|
These dynamic characteristics vary during different earthquake excitations. To evaluate this variation, an instrumented building was studied. The dynamic properties of the building were ascertained using a time domain subspace state-space system identification technique considering 50 recorded earthquake : F. Butt, P. Omenzetter. A series of numerical simulation were performed to investigate the earthquake response of a bridge under multi-support excitations considering site effect. Dynamic behavior of the bridge including the key position's earthquake reaction and acceleration response had been demonstrated, respectively.
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Dynamic response of structures to high-energy excitations: presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Atlanta, Georgia, DecemberAuthor: T L Geers ; Y S Shin ; American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Modelling of Diffuse Sound Field Excitations and Dynamic Response Analysis of Leightweight Structures [Michael Witting] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Response to Harmonic and Periodic Excitations. Response to Arbitrary, Step, and Pulse Excitations. Numerical Evaluation of Dynamic Response.
Earthquake Response of Linear Systems. Earthquake Response of Inelastic Systems. Generalized Single-Degree-of-Freedom Systems II. Multi Degree of Freedom Systems 9. Response to Harmonic and Periodic Excitations; 4. Response to Arbitrary, Step, and Pulse Excitations; 5.
Numerical Evaluation of Dynamic Response; 6. Earthquake Response of Linear Systems; 7. Earthquake Response of Inelastic Systems; 8.
Generalized Single-Degree-of-Freedom Systems II. Multi Degree of Freedom Systems 9. Coherent high-energy excitations peaked at (1/2,1/2) are present at T = K, the incommensurate structure appears between and 66 K and is almost fully developed by T = 66 K = T c + K.
Stochastic dynamic analysis of acoustic-structural coupled systems under non-stationary random excitations Journal of Fluids and Structures, Vol. 91 Dynamic Analysis of Uncertain Structures Using an Interval-Wave ApproachCited by: In order to reduce the dynamic responses of structures Dynamic response of structures to high-energy excitations book external excitations, basic principles of the widely used control methods are introduced, including base isolation method, energy dissipation method, active intelligent control method, and semi-active intelligent control method.
Select Chapter 2 - Intelligent Control Strategies. Conceptually composed of three parts, the book begins with the basic concepts and dynamic response of single-degree-of-freedom systems to various excitations. Next, it covers the linear and nonlinear response of multiple-degree-of-freedom systems to various excitations.
The theory of dynamic response of structures is presented in a manner that emphasizes physical insight into the analytical procedures. Structural dynamics theory is applied to conduct parametric studies that bring out several fundamental issues in the earthquake response and Format: On-line Supplement.
The mode shapes can give the designer more insight into the behavior of the structural system and may lead to some conclusions about the response behavior of the system and to direct design changes, if required.
Select Chapter 3 - Dynamic Response of a Structure to Random Excitation. Book chapter Full. frequency- and wave-vector-dependent density response function, ˜(q,!). The imagi-nary part, ˜00(q,!), deﬁnes the fundamental bosonic charge excitations of the system, exhibiting peaks wherever collective modes are present.
˜quantiﬁes the electronic com-pressibility of a material, its response to external ﬁelds, its ability to screen. The experimental results demonstrate that with small mass ratio (2%) of main structure, NES has good performance in reducing the dynamic responses of the frame under seismic excitations.
"The book is a valuable contribution to the continuing development of the field of stochastic structural dynamics, including the recent discoveries and developments by the authors of the probability density evolution method (PDEM) and its applications to the assessment of the dynamic reliability and control of complex structures through the.
The response of structural dynamical systems excited by multiple random excitations is considered. Two new procedures for evaluating global response sensitivity measures with respect to the excitation components are proposed.
Dynamic response of structures subjected to earthquake-induced base excitations are often simplified by ignoring the tilt components of ground motion. However, close to the earthquake source, tilting of the ground surface may become significant.
The effectiveness of tuned mass friction damper (TMFD) in suppressing the dynamic response of the structure is investigated. The TMFD is a damper which consists of a tuned mass damper (TMD) with linear stiffness and pure friction damper and exhibits non-linear behavior. The response of the single-degree-of-freedom (SDOF) structure with TMFD is investigated under Cited by: 5.
CHAPTER 2: The vibration of a system in response to initial excitations, consisting of initial displacements, and/or initial velocities, is commonly known as ___ _____.
forced vibration CHAPTER 2: The vibration caused by applied forces is referred to as _____ ________, and it represents a problem considerably wider in scope than the free. Structures subjected to ground motion by earthquakes or other excitations such as explosions or dynamic action of machinery are examples in which support motions may have to be considered in the analysis of dynamic response.
For modal-based dynamic analyses with modal dynamic, steady-state dynamic, or random response steps, the support motions. A key quantity to disentangle both CDW and superconductivity orders is the dynamic density response, quantified by the loss function, or equivalently the dynamic structure factor S(q,ω).
Its investigation has been the subject of a very recent EELS study which has reported a negative plasmon dispersion for in-plane momentum transfers of the. Response spectrum analysis can be used to estimate the peak response (displacement, stress, etc.) of a structure to a particular base motion.
The method is only approximate, but it is often a useful, inexpensive method for preliminary design studies. 3 Response to Harmonic and Periodic Excitations 65 4 Response to Arbitrary, Step, and Pulse Excitations 5 Numerical Evaluation of Dynamic Response 6 Earthquake Response of Linear Systems 7 Earthquake Response of Inelastic Systems 8 Generalized Single-Degree-of-Freedom Systems 9 Equations of Motion, Problem Statement, and Solution5/5(1).Part 1 Single-degree-of-freedom systems: equations of motion, problem statement and solution methods-- free vibration-- response to harmonic and periodic excitations-- response to arbitrary, step and pulse excitations-- numerical evaluation of dynamic response-- earthquake response of linear systems-- earthquake response of inelastic systems-- generalized single-degree-of-freedom systems.
A random response analysis can help reveal the probability that a first-passage failure will occur. First-passage failures include: stress or strain exceeding the yield limit, excess displacements.