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study of the resistance of model frames to dynamic lateral load.

R. J. Mayerjak

study of the resistance of model frames to dynamic lateral load.

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Published in Urbana .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Structural analysis (Engineering),
  • Strains and stresses.,
  • Guides -- Testing.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTechnical report to Wright Air Development Center, United States Air Force, Contract no. AF 33(616)-170, Expenditure order no. R 449-37 AW-7. Approved by N. M. Newmark.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTG260 .M42 1955
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 97 l.
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL211660M
    LC Control Numbera 56009580
    OCLC/WorldCa19523064

    JOURNAL METRICS. CiteScore ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore is the number of citations received by a journal in one year to documents published in the three previous years, divided by the number of documents indexed in Scopus published in those same three years. In this study, a series of field tests were performed on End Anchor-reinforced Sleeper (EAS) and Unreinforced Sleepers (URS) in order to assess change.   (a) cylindrical sample for CT study, (b) ceramic sphere applied point load to the rim of the rotating disc, inducing vibrations and dynamic interface, (c) CT image (color-coded) showing the. The performance of reinforced concrete (RC) infilled frames during earthquakes shows that the behaviour is very much dependent on the performance and mode of failure of the infill masonry walls. The concrete frame may fail as a consequence of the infill wall failure before reaching the bare frame load resistance levels.

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study of the resistance of model frames to dynamic lateral load. by R. J. Mayerjak Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Study of the Resistance of Model Frames to Dynamic Lateral Load Welcome to the IDEALS Repository. JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Browse. A Study of the Resistance of Model Frames to Dynamic Lateral Load: Author(s): Mayerjak, R.J. Contributor(s): Newmark, N.M.

building system for tall buildings today, many tall buildings comprise rigid frames in addition to other building system for added lateral stability and robustness.

A case study is conducted in this study on the subject of a fictional 30 story building in Finnish conditions, with characteristic wind- and snow load values and combina-tions. The large deflection resistance (to nearly 30 times the elastic limit deflection) of model frames subjected to dynamically applied lateral loads is studied as a function of deflection and time.

Static and dynamic tests were made to provide a basis for the comparison of the dynamic with the static : R.J. Mayerjak. Shear walls provide lateral load resistance by transferring the wind or earthquake loads to the foundation.

Besides, they impart lateral stiffness to the system and also carry gravity loads. In this study, the effect of the type of lateral load resisting system on reinforced concrete (RC) building resistance to progressive collapse when exposed to blast load was examined.

Fourteen different reinforced concrete structures were considered for analysis, with five structures designed as moment-resisting frames and nine designed as Author: Alaa I. Chehab, Christopher D. Eamon, Joshua Griffin.

is more effective to resist lateral loads (i.e. Earthquake static and dynamic load) compared to shear wall, bare frame, and building with base isolators. REFERENCES [1] IS (part 1), Criteria for earthquake resistant design of structures.

Key Words: Bare frame, masonry strut, outrigger, bracing system, shear wall, response spectrum, ETABS etc. UCTION Buildings are subjected to two types of loads (i) vertical loads (ii) lateral load.

The structural system of the building has to cater resistance for both the types of. The frame in this examples is a 3-story, 3-bay frame in both directions. procedure for displaying 3D perspectives of model.

Static Lateral-Load Analysis. define static-analysis parameters for lateral-load analysis. Dynamic Lateral-Load Analysis. Contents:Lateral Load Distribution of Frame BuildingLateral Load Analysis of Moment Resisting FrameLateral loads on Building Frames: Portal Frame Method Lateral Load Distribution of Frame Building In a two dimensional moment resisting frame each joint can have at the most three degrees of freedom (displacement in horizontal and vertical directions and rotation).

susceptible to liquefaction and lateral spreading during earthquakes. A series of large-scale dynamic centrifuge model tests were performed to study the behavior of single piles and pile groups in a soil profile comprised of a nonliquefied crust spreading laterally over a loose saturated sand layer.

Detailed. A simplified mechanistic model is developed in this study to predict the lateral load resistance of coupled rocking walls made from cross-laminated timber. The main lateral load-resisting system is the RC special moment-resisting frames with the response In this study only the frames located along the horizontal direction are considered in the analysis.

DRAIN-2DX () was used for nonlinear dynamic analysis. Mathematical model for a reinforced concrete member is composed of a linear element.

In this study, a simple two-dimensional analysis was developed to accurately model the pile response to dynamic loads. The proposed model incorporates the static p - y curve approach (where p is the static soil reaction and y is the pile deflection) and the plane strain assumptions to represent the soil reactions within the frame of a Winkler.

Computation of lateral resistance of the pile due to soil pressure is given in a further chapter (see chapter: Lateral Pile Resistance). There are three piles in the considered 3-ft.

section. Each pile should be able to resist a load of 6, lb. Use the principles given in chapter: Lateral Pile Resistance to compute the lateral pile capacity. For frames subjected to regular lateral, load distributions, variations in the lateral stiffness of a given story for the several load cases are small enough to be neglected.

Thus, a single value can be used to represent stiffness. A series of nine-story, five-bay, elastic frames were analyzed to verify the concept of apparent lateral stiffness. Comparative Study on Lateral Load Resisting System in Tall Building Divya C. Bhuta Umang Pareekh will help to understand the behaviour of the mentioned lateral load resisting systems under dynamic load effect.

The basic The geometry for all of the model frames is considered same. The column sizes reduce accordingly throughout the building. Most lateral loads vary in intensity depending on the building's geographic location, structural materials, height and shape.

The dynamic effects of wind and earthquake loads are usually analyzed as an equivalent static load in most small and moderate-sized buildings. Others must utilize the iterative potential of the computer.

The model tests were subjected to lateral load in Johor Bahru sand. The new p - y curves were evaluated based on the experimental data and were compared to the existing p - y curves.

The soil-pile reaction for various relative density (from 30% to 75%) was increased in the range of 40–95% for a smooth pile at a small displacement and 90% at a. Lateral load resistance is provided by moment resisting frames infilled with brick masonry panels.

Hence, approximate fundamental natural period: (Clause of IS: Part 1) EL in X-Direction: T =h/ d =()/ 20 = sec The building is located on Type II (medium soil). From Fig. 2 of IS:for T= sec, g Sa = A h R.

resistance o"ered by an elastic body to deformation. • motion is predominantly lateral x 1 x n x 3 x 2 m 1 m 2 m 3 m n • further study is required for buildings with a frequency of less then 1 hertz (more than 1. Dynamic Analysis. analysis • mass.

analysis / V. DYNAMIC ANALYSIS. This study, carried out in cooperation with ESSAIM, Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Appliquées pour l’Ingénieur, Mulhouse in France, was aimed at developing accurate mathematical models of some types of tyre, in order to analyze their influence on vehicle dynamics.

The complete vehicle was studied under dynamic conditions, to. relate to the ultimate lateral resistance and allowable deflection at working load of the pile. This study focuses on both lateral deflection and ultimate lateral load of model piles when loaded laterally.

THEORETICAL ANALYSIS Lateral deformation of piles involves large strains in the soil near the ground surface. The lateral deflection of a. An ETABS model was then used to analyze these different load cases. Some assumptions were made to the model due to lack of knowledge of the program or to simplify calculations.

The major assumption was the use of only braced frames since it was unknown how to model wood shear walls.

The braced frames were then assumed to replicate up to the. vi TABLE OF CONTENTS (Cont'd) 4.,DESIGN AND ANALYSIS 'OF TEST FRAMES SUBJECTED TO COMBINED 40 GRAVITY AND LATERAL 'LOADS Scope of the Experimental Program Design Parameters Plastic Design o~ Three-StoryFrame B Second-Order Elastic Analyses of the Test Frames Second-Order Elastic-PlasticAnalyses of the Test Frames.

study is to develop and validate a simple structural analysis model to predict the behavior of light-frame buildings under lateral load. The model is limited to the racking response of shear walls that are arranged in a rectangular fashion beneath a rigid ceiling/floor diaphragm.

LATERAL LOAD ANALYSIS OF SHEAR WALL-FRAME STRUCTURES AKI¸S, Tolga Ph.D., Department of Engineering Sciences Supervisor: Prof. Turgut TOKDEM˙IR Co-Supervisor: Prof. Çetin YILMAZ Januarypages The purpose of this study is to model and analyze the nonplanar shear wall as-semblies of shear wall-frame structures.

y- lateral z- downward p- roll velocity Dynamic Axle Loads 1. Dynamic axle loads on a vehicle under arbitrary condition • Consider two frames of reference, a fixed frame XY and a rotating frame Oxy with angular velocity • Let P be a particle moving the plane of the figure and having position vector r w.r.t.

Technical Digest No. 11, the latest in the Steel Joist Institutes series of publications, illustrates procedures for the structural engineer to properly analyze, design and specify open web steel joist and Joist Girder moment frames to resist wind and seismic lateral loads.

Dynamic Lateral Load Analysis. Define & apply lateral load; Similar to Example 7, vector operations are used to determine load distributions. Dynamic Uniform Sine-Wave Ground Motion. Sine-wave acceleration input; Same acceleration input at all nodes restrained in specified direction.

plane-frame structural analysis and deter-mination of the ultimate lateral capacity of a post or pier foundation. Part 2 also includes an overview of safety factors for allowable stress design and resistance fac-tors for load and resistance factor design.

The interaction between an embed-ded post or pier foundation and the. Planar Frame with 36 Static Degrees of Freedom But with Only THREE Dynamic DOF u 1 u 2 u 3 ⎧⎫ ⎪⎪ =⎨⎬ ⎪⎪ ⎩⎭ 1 2 3 u Uu u The 36 static degrees of freedom may be reduced to only 3 lateral degrees of freedom for the dynamic analysis.

This reduction is valid only if the dynamic forces are lateral forces. The three dynamic. that portion of the main frames that is tributary to the roof under lateral load. For determination of the seismic weights, the weight of the mezzanine will include the dead load plus 25 percent of the storage load ( psf) in accordance with Standard Section Therefore, the mezzanine seismic weight is.

In this 2D model there is also several forces in the lateral direction acting on the vehicle such as the slip forces and centrifugal forces, this topic would be discuss in the future lesson as well in this video we cover the basic of 2D dynamic model and apply it to a server and wheel subsystem.

frame. If F 2 = 10 k, and V EF = 5 k, use the Portal Method to calculate the (i) applied load F 1, (ii) maximum column bending moments. For the structure shown in Question 2, use the Portal Method to calculate the lateral loads F 1, F 2 if the axial forces in beams AD and BE.

A Comparative Study on The Effect of Infill Walls on Rcc Frame Structures. Fig. (b) Axial Forces (Dynamic Analysis) in Columns for m bottom. Three of the phases, the study of full-scale beam-columns laterally loaded in a principal direction, the model frame study, and the study of obliquely loaded full-scale beam-columns, are concerned with the investigation of static resistance.

The fourth phase is concerned with the nature of dynamic resistance. I amn't convinced with this statement as the contribution of the slab stiffness for lateral load resistance might demand special detailing.

For RC slabs a value close to zero is usually used and am okay with that. But, I want to know your thoughts and practice regarding post tensioned slabs. divergent diagonal and Chevron brace. Considering the resistance system duality against lateral loads, designing these frames has been done based on Iran’s standard.

Based on this note, instead of distributing load to ratio of lateral loader elements’' rigidity in bu ildings with dual systems with braced frames, percent of lateral. Lateral design-wind load F w = p d A = 1/2 ρ v2 A The most important wind is from SSW and north west side and It makes to structural design for wind load resistance in this direction.

However, the wind speed is not too much, convert to MPH is v=15m/s ρ =kg/m3 pd/Lw= Pa (N/m2). eBook is an electronic version of a traditional print book that can be read by using a personal computer or by using an eBook reader. Lateral load resisting systems FxFx C Fx Fx Fx 3C 1C1C C2 Y X B12C 2C Frame #1 Frame #2 Distribution of lateral loads on frames Recommended Learning How to Increase Learner Engagement.

foundation members and can cause the loss of load-bearing capacity and resistance to lateral and uplift loads. Erosion and scour also increase flood depths and, therefore, increase depth dependent flood loads.

Design Flood and DFE The design flood is defined by ASCE as the greater of the following two flood events.Design of Lateral Load Resisting Frames Using Steel Joists and Joist Girders Authors: Perry S. Green, Technical Director, Steel Joist Institute, Stonebridge Drive Unit 1, Myrtle Beach, SC, [email protected] James M.

Fisher, Consulting Engineer to .Non Technical Summary Wood frame structures are highly redundant systems that rely on many components, working together, ro resist the dynamic forces of hurricanes and earthquakes. Although each component has an important role to play, the wood frame shear wall is the backbone of the lateral load resisting system and is crucial to the integrity of the entire structure.