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Application of Hybrid Seismic Isolation System to Realize High Seismic Performance for Low-rise Lightweight Buildings
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 Title & Authors
Application of Hybrid Seismic Isolation System to Realize High Seismic Performance for Low-rise Lightweight Buildings
Chun, Young-Soo;
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 Abstract
This study presents application effects of hybrid seismic isolation system to realize high seismic performance for low-rise lightweight buildings through a non-linear analysis and onsite experiments. The complex seismic isolation system applied in this study is a method of mixing sliding bearing and laminated rubber bearing in order to overcome limitation of laminated rubber bearing in increasing natural period of the whole seismic isolation system. As a result of the non-linear analysis, seismic isolation buildings designed with complex seismic isolation system are safe because its maximum response displacement is within allowable design displacement even for a strong earthquake which rarely occurs and its maximum response shear is less than design seismic force. As a result of the onsite experiment, the rigidity of seismic isolation stories corresponds to approximately 95.8% of the design equivalent stiffness value. This indicates that actual properties of the whole seismic isolation system correspond to design values.
 Keywords
Low-rise Light-weight Building;Seismic Isolation;Hybrid-type Seismic Isolation System;Nonlinear Time- history Analysis;Full-scale Field Test;
 Language
Korean
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