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Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering Notes
Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering Notes for free downloads. The most general approach for the solution of the dynamic response of structural systems is the direct numerical integration of the dynamic equilibrium equations.
This involves, after the solution is defined at time zero, the attempt to satisfy Dynamic equilibrium at discrete points in time.
There are two basic approaches to numerically evaluate the dynamic response. The first approach is numerical interpolation of the excitation and the second is numerical integration of the equation of motion. Both approaches are applicable to linear systems but the second approach is related to non-linear systems.
Various numerical techniques based on interpolation, finite difference equation and assumed acceleration are employed to arrive at the dynamic response due to force and base excitation.
Engineers need to know the quantified level of the actual or anticipated seismic performance associated with the direct damage to an individual building subject to a specified ground shaking. Such an assessment may be performed either experimentally or analytically.
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