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Scoping methodology to asses induced vibration by railway traffic in buildings

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Autor: López-Mendoza, Daniel
Romero Ordóñez, Antonio
Connolly, D.P.
Galvín, Pedro
Departamento: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Mecánica de Medios Continuos y Teoría de Estructuras
Fecha: 2017
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Tipo de documento: Ponencia
Resumen: This work presents a scoping model to predict ground-borne railway vibration levels within buildings considering soil-structure interaction (SSI). It can predict the response of arbitrarily complex buildings in a fraction of the time typically required to analyse a complex SSI problem, and thus provides a practical tool to rapidly analyse the vibration response of numerous structures near railway lines. The tool is designed for use in cases where the ground-borne vibration is known, and thus can be used as model input. Therefore in practice, for the case of a new line, the ground motion can be computed numerically, or alternatively, for the case of new buildings to be constructed near an existing line, it can be recorded directly (e.g. using accelerometers) and used as model input. To achieve these large reductions in computational time, the model discretises the ground-borne vibration in the free field into a frequency range corresponding to the modes that characterize the dynamic bu...
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Cita: López-Mendoza, D., Romero Ordóñez, A., Connolly, D.P. y Galvín, P. (2017). Scoping methodology to asses induced vibration by railway traffic in buildings. En 10th International Conference on Structural Dynamics, EURODYN 2017. Procedia Engineering, 199, 2717-2722.
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Formato: PDF

URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/74711

DOI: 10.1016/j.proeng.2017.09.580

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