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Journal of the Earthquake Engineering Society of Korea
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Volume 1, Issue 4 - Dec 1997
Volume 1, Issue 3 - Sep 1997
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Study on the Dynamic Characteristics of Foundation-Soil System for the Seismic Analysis of Structures
Journal of the Earthquake Engineering Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 3, 1997, Pages 1~10
It is recognized that the dynamic of a structure is affected by the characteristics of the soil layer and foundation. However the design codes for the seismic design of structures are partially reflecting the caharcteristics of the soil layers due to the inherent complexity of them and the lack of systematic study results for the foundation-soil system, and leading to unconservative or too conservative results. In this study, the kinematic interaction effects of foundation-soil system was investigated for the seismic analyses of structures estimating the effects of the shear wave velocity, the depth of the soil layer, the embedment of a foundation and pile foundation, and the modified classification criteria of soil layers are proposed for the reasonable seismic analyses of structures considering the characteristics of soil layers and foundations. For the embedded medium or large foundations (including pile foundations), at least 60m soil layer below the foundation should be considered for the seismic analyses of structures to tate into account the kinematic interaction effects of the foundation-soil system, and also the rocking motion of foundation-soil system with or without piles should be included in the seismic analyses of structures.
Efficient Dynamic Analysis of Tall Buildings with Viscoelastic Dampers
Journal of the Earthquake Engineering Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 3, 1997, Pages 11~19
In this paper, an efficient dynamic analysis method of a building structure with viscoelastic dampers is proposed. Viscoelastic dampers are used for the purpose of controlling vibration of buildings. The matrix condensation technlque based on the rigid diaphragm assumption is not readily applicable for building structures with viscoelastic dampers. An improved procedure for damping matrix condensation is employed in the proposed method to increase the efficiency of analysis. Efficiency and accuracy of the proposed method are verified through analysis of an example structure.
Hysteretic Characteristics of Wooden Frames of Three-Bay-Straw-Roof House under Lateral Cyclic Load
Journal of the Earthquake Engineering Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 3, 1997, Pages 21~27
In this paper, the hysteretic characteristics of traditional wooden house frame,which is fabricated by Sagaemachum, under cyclic lateral load are presented. Full scale frame models are used in the tests. The skeleton curves of traditional wooden frame are quite different from those of wooden frames which are fabricated using nails or bracings. The equivalent viscous damping ratios of the frame system are about 27% and 13% for ordinary and high-column frames, respectively. The nonlinear hysteretic characteristics of the frame is modeled by the so called Modified Double Target model.
Study on the Motion Control of Tall Buliding Using Mega-Sub System
Journal of the Earthquake Engineering Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 3, 1997, Pages 29~35
The megastructure combined with the modular concept is an effcient structural system adequate for ultra-tail buildings for the future. An ingeneous structural control system can be developed by separating the internal subframe in one or many modules from the external megaframe, thus taking advantage of the effect of tuned mass dampers without adding any aditional mass. This so called mega-subcontrol system is generally modeled by a 20DF system for parametric study and for finding optimal values of the parameters. In this study the equation of motion for the system is obtained frist and the preconditions for the simplified modeling are investigated. Finally the optimal value for the subsreucture strffness is fomputed with given mass and damping ratios and transfer functions for responses are abtained for white noise ground exitation to verify the effectiveness of the mega-subcontrol system.
A Study on Inelastic Behavior of an Asymmetric Tall Building
Journal of the Earthquake Engineering Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 3, 1997, Pages 37~44
In this paper, the inelastic behavior of an asymmetric tall building is investigated. The asymmetry in rigidity caused by the structural asymmetry induces torsional as well as lateral deformation. The inelastic analysis of such an asymmetric structure is difficult to carry out with a planar model and thus requires a full three dimensional model. In this paper a 102 story unsymmetric tall building is analized by static push-over procedure and its behavior is investigated. The analysis are performed with and without floor rotation to compare the results. According to the results the static behavior of the model building, as expected, turned out to be dependent heavily an the asymmetry of the plan shapes of the building.
Nonlinear Earthquake Response Analysis of a Multi-Su, pp.rted Self-anchored Suspension Bridge
Journal of the Earthquake Engineering Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 3, 1997, Pages 45~58
An analysis algorithm and a computer program have been developed to clarify the geometrically nonlinear response characteristics of a suspension bridge subject to the support excitation. The Finite Element procedures are utilized for the application to a self-anchored suspension bridge or to a mono-duo cable suspension bridge. The propagation of earthquake wave is simulated by taking a record as the input at the left anchorage of the bridge, and addign appropriate time delay to the other inputs for the purpose of considering the multi-support effects. According to the application for a mono-duo self-anchored suspension bridge, it has been found that the effects of nonlinear behavior and multi-support excitation are notable for this relatively short-spanned suspension bridge.
A Column Shortening on High-Rise Building and Structural Effect under seismic load
Journal of the Earthquake Engineering Society of Korea, volume 1, issue 3, 1997, Pages 59~68
The necessity of a high-rise building in big cities gave a new problem to structural engineers. The shortening effect of vertical members needs special considerstion in the desigh and construction of high-rise buildings. The shortening of each column transfers load to nonstructural members such as partitions, cladding, and M/E systems which are not designed to carry gravity loads. Also, the slabs and beams will tilt due to the cumulative differential shortening of adjacent vertical members. The main purpose of estimating the total shortening of vertical structural members is to compensate the differential shortening between adjacent members. This paper presents the structural effect of differential shortening between in main structural members. Lateral earthquake load is applied to the 52 story concrete structure which has an initial vertical displacement due to the gravity load. Shortening amount for each vertical member was estimated using the computerized column shortening software. Comparison of stresses between the shortening corrected structure and the uncorrecated structure due to earthquake load was discussed.