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Experimental Study on the Structural Behaviour of Rotary Friction Damper
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 Title & Authors
Experimental Study on the Structural Behaviour of Rotary Friction Damper
Kim, Do-Hyun; Kim, Ji-Young; Kim, Myeong-Han;
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 Abstract
The new rotary friction damper was developed using several two-nodal rotary frictional components with different clamping forces. Because of these components, the rotary friction damper can be activated by building movements due to lateral forces such as a wind and earthquake. In this paper, various dependency tests such as displacement amplitude, forcing frequency and long term cyclic loading were carried out to evaluate on the structural performance and the multi-slip mechanism of the new damper. Test results show that the multi-slip mechanism is verified and friction coefficients are dependent on displacement amplitute and forcing frequency except long term cyclic loading.
 Keywords
Rotary friction damper;Two-nodal rotary frictional component;Cyclic loading;Dependency tests;
 Language
Korean
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