Numerical Evaluation of Dynamic Response of a Steel Structure Model under Various Seismic Excitations

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The present paper reports the results of the study, which was designed to perform a numerical evaluation of dynamic response of a single-storey steel structure model. The experimental model was previously subjected to a number of different earthquake ground motions during an extensive shaking table investigation. The analyzed structure model was considered as a 1-DOF system with lumped parameters, which were determined by conducting free vibration tests. In order to solve the dynamic equation of motion, Newmark's average acceleration method was adopted. The results obtained from the numerical analysis confirm the accuracy in assuming lumped parameters to characterize the analyzed single-storey structure.

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Falborski, T., & Jankowski, R. (2017). Numerical Evaluation of Dynamic Response of a Steel Structure Model under Various Seismic Excitations. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 172, pp. 277–283). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2017.02.114

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