Differential multiple support excitation: geotechnical and structural considerations


Heath, A. C. and Darby, A. P., 2005. Differential multiple support excitation: geotechnical and structural considerations. In: First US-Portugal International Workshop: Grand Challenges in Earthquake Engineering, 2005-07-01.

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During a seismic event, many bridges and other structures could be subjected to different amplitude, frequency and phase of shaking at different supports. This phenomenon can occur as a result of physical distance between supports, topographical conditions, spatial variability in ground conditions and soil-structure interaction. Some geotechnical and structural aspects of this behavior are investigated, and methods of testing are proposed.


Item Type Conference or Workshop Items (Paper)
CreatorsHeath, A. C.and Darby, A. P.
DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Architecture & Civil Engineering
ID Code608


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