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|Title:||Comparación de las Técnicas de Ensayo en Mesa Vibrante y Pseudo-Dinámica en el Proyecto NEFOREEE|
|Authors:||ZAPICO BLANCO BEATRIZ; MOLINA RUIZ FRANCISCO JAVIER; MAGONETTE GEORGES; VIACCOZ BERNARD; TIRELLI DANIEL|
|Citation:||El 3er Congreso Nacional Ingeniería Sísmica p. 1214-1226|
|Publisher:||Asociación Española de Ingeniería Sísmica|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||In this work, as a part of the Neforeee project, possible pros and cons between shaking tables and the pseudo-dynamic (PsD) method used in major laboratories for seismic studies are outlined and the circumstances that allow a comparison of the results are determined. Starting from a test made by the Technical University of Athens on a prototype structure using a shaking table, similar PsD tests were carried out by ELSA laboratory in Ispra, Italy. The tests are classified into two groups: PsD, to determine condition that leads to same resultsand to compare them with those from Athens; and dynamic, to determine the accuracy of the system used on this study. The comparison of pseudo-dynamic tests results with those from Athens showed a very close match, on both time and frequency domain, but only after adding the spurious pitch of the shaking table as additional excitation.|
|JRC Institute:||Space, Security and Migration|
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