Seismic Performance of Tuned Mass Dampers in Reducing the Response of Structures on Soft Soil Medium
Parametric studies in this paper have shown that soil-structure interaction significantly affects the tuned-mass-damper's performance. As the soil medium is softening, the damper becomes less effective in reducing the maximum responses of the structure due to high damping characteristics of the soil-structure system.
G. Chen et al., "Seismic Performance of Tuned Mass Dampers in Reducing the Response of Structures on Soft Soil Medium," Proceedings of the Strutures Congress Structural Engineering in the 21st Century (1999, New Orleans, LA), pp. 66-69, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Apr 1999.
Strutures Congress Structural Engineering in the 21st Century (1999: Apr. 18-21, New Orleans, LA)
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Buildings; Damping; Dynamic Response; Mathematical Models; Mechanical Control Equipment; Performance; Random Processes; Soil Structure Interactions; Stiffness; Structural Analysis; Vibrations (Mechanical); Random Response Analysis; Soft Soil; Tuned Mass Dampers; Earthquake Resistance
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01 Apr 1999