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Dynamic characteristics of woodframe structures (CUREE publication)

Vanessa Camelo

Dynamic characteristics of woodframe structures (CUREE publication)

by Vanessa Camelo

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Published by Consortium of Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Building, Wooden,
  • California,
  • Earthquake resistant design,
  • Testing,
  • Wooden-frame buildings

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12330109M
    ISBN 10193199501X
    ISBN 109781931995016
    OCLC/WorldCa49669013

    There is an Open Access version for this licensed article that can be read free of charge and without license restrictions. The content of the Open Access version may differ from that of the licensed version. Fatigue Resistance Enhancement and Residual Stress Modification of Welded Steel Structures by Various Post-Weld Treatments. Cheng, X.H. / Yen, Dynamic Characteristics of Tall Buildings in Vancouver, Canada. Turek, M. / Ventura, Woodframe Seismic Response Analysis-Benchmarking with Buildings Damaged during the Northridge Earthquake.

    By comparing the dynamic characteristics of structures with flexible diaphragms and rigid diaphragms, Tena-Colunga and Abrams () investigated the effect of diaphragm flexibility on the seismic response of structures. Three existing buildings with masonry lateral load Cited by: 2. While many U.S. apartments are woodframe, wood structures are far less common in stores and restaurants – even though wood construction is permitted by code in numerous applications – and the.

    This paper presents an introduction to shock and vibration isolation of complex structures and mechanisms. It provides an outline of various ways to provide isolation, shock absorbing and damping within a wide array of dynamic systems and structures. This paper presents key definitions that are widely used within the shock and vibration community. merely years ago, traditional Mediterranean architecture was "the" architecture in the whole area. Presently inhabited by millions of Mediterranean people, it is a daily reality.


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Dynamic characteristics of woodframe structures (CUREE publication) by Vanessa Camelo Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dynamic characteristics of light-frame wood buildings. Ghazanfarah Hafeez, a Ghasan Doudak, a Ghyslaine McClure b. a Department of Civil Engineering, University of Ottawa, Louis-Pasteur, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5, Canada.

b Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, McGill University, Sherbrooke Street West, Montréal, QC H3A 0C3 Cited by: 2.

Sep 09,  · This numerical model has been incorporated into the computer program SAWS (seismic analysis of woodframe structures). This paper discusses model formulation. In Part II, the predictive capabilities of this program are compared with recent shake table tests performed on a full-scale two-story woodframe house.

This is the second of two companion papers on the seismic analysis of woodframe structures. In Part I, a simple numerical model was formulated to predict the dynamic characteristics, quasistatic pushover, and seismic response of woodframe buildings.

May 29,  · Effect of nonstructural components on the dynamic characteristics of light-frame wood buildings. Ghazanfarah Hafeez, a Ghasan Doudak, a Ghyslaine McClure b. a Department of Civil Engineering, University of Ottawa, Louis-Pasteur, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5, driftwood-dallas.com: Ghazanfarah Hafeez, Ghasan Doudak, Ghyslaine McClure.

dynamic characteristics. This task will also focus mainly on low-rise shear-wall buildings, as this is the predominant type of wood-frame construction in North America.

Dynamic Properties of Woodframe Structures We are evaluating the dynamic properties of wood shear wall buildings, mainly modal. The numerical modelling and the nonlinear dynamic analyses were conducted using the computer program SAWS: Seismic Analysis of Woodframe Structures, developed within the.

Book, Print in English A computer program for seismic analysis of woodframe structures Seismic analysis of woodframe structures Related names. Contributor: Folz, Bryan, Filiatrault, André, Presents a simple, versatile numerical model that predicts the dynamic characteristics, quasi-static pushover and seismic response of.

6 | Recommendations for Earthquake Resistance in Design and Construction of Woodframe Buildings CDMG strong motion data were available for only five wood buildings, including a motel, an elementary school, a fire station, a hospital, and an office.

These five buildings were constructed in,and respectively. Fragility Relationships for Populations of Woodframe Structures Based on Inelastic Response Article in Journal of Earthquake Engineering 12(sup2) · May with 30 Reads.

Building systems fabricated with cold-formed steel (CFS) profiles and members made of wood, gypsum, or other materials allow solving a range of issues arising in common constructional elements thanks to their advantages, such as lightness, strength, durability, physical stability, sustainability, and cost-effectiveness.

As a result of this inherent competitiveness of CFS based buildings, their Author: Gianmaria Di Lorenzo, Attilio De Martino. A series of prototype structures were designed to initiate investigation of the linear elastic response of the system, and to identify typical member sizes that have the potential to provide acceptable seismic performance.

A preliminary design guideline was proposed for designing the prototype structures. A review of wood-frame low-rise building performance study under hurricane winds.

Author links open overlay panel there is a need to examine the dynamic characteristics of low-rise buildings to understand the whole progressive failure process.

FiliatraultSeismic analysis of woodframe structures. I: model formulation. J Struct Eng Cited by: 4. Contains papers presented at the Structures Congress held in Vancouver, BC, Canada from April The two story building structure was tested on two tri-axial shake tables operating simultaneously.

The scope of this portion of project was to determine the dynamic characteristics and the seismic response of the structure under various base input intensities that were representative of ordinary and near-field ground motions typical in driftwood-dallas.com by: 1.

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering at CSU engages water, health, energy, and environmental challenges through leadership in engineering research, education, and innovation.

The load-deformation dynamic response for degrading and non-degrading systems follo ws the same trend, with degradation affecting only the failure point. Hysteretic energy dissipation is much less than in PAGE structures with period of 1sec.

due to the fact that a smaller number of cycles are observed, which resulted in smaller failR. “Impact of Earthquake Ground Motion Characteristics on Collapse Risk of Post-Mainshock Buildings Considering Aftershock.”, Engineering Structures, 81(12),/driftwood-dallas.comuct May 11,  · This multi-contributor book provides comprehensive coverage of earthquake engineering problems, an overview of traditional methods, and the scientific background on recent developments.

It discusses computer methods on structural analysis and provides access to the recent design methodologies and serves as a reference for both professionals and researchers involved in /5(3).

Abstract. Wooden structures have become widespread in several regions of the world, including earthquake-prone areas. An estimation of their dissipative capacity is of fundamental importance for an accurate design for seismic driftwood-dallas.com: Giovanni Rinaldin, Massimo Fragiacomo.

This thesis describes the development of numerical models for predicting the performance of three-dimensional light wood-framed buildings under static loading conditions and subjected to dynamic excitations. The models have been implemented into a package of nonlinear finite element programs.

They satisfy the general requirements in the study of the structural behaviour of commonly applied. Jan 15,  · “Shake Table Testing of a Full- Scale Two-Story Woodframe House”, ASCE Structures Congress, Washington, DC, 8 p., on CD-ROM.

[C75] Filiatrault, A., and Cobeen, K. “Earthquake Performance of Woodframe Structures A Progress Report on the CUREe-Caltech Woodframe Project”, 69th SEAOC Convention, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 10 p.Structures Congress proceedings of the Structures Congress: March, Chicago, Illinois.

Nonstructural Systems in NEES TIPS/NEES Nonstructural/NIED Collaborative Tests on a Full Scale 5-Story Building --Dynamic Characteristics of Investigations of Post-Tensioned Timber Frames with Advanced Seismic Damping Systems.The unique knowledge, ideas and insights make this set of a book of abstracts and searchable, full paper USBdevice must-have literature for researchers and practitioners involved with safety, reliability, risk and life-cycle performance of structures and infrastructures.