Forced Vibration Test of a Four Story Reinforced Concrete Building with Two Basement Floors



Forced Vibration Testing of Reinforced Concrete Buildings
Çelik, Ozan Cem; Sucuoğlu, Haluk; Akyüz, Uğurhan (2003-05-26)
Forced Vibration Testing and Finite Element Modeling of a Nine-Story Reinforced Concrete Flat Plate-Wall Building
Çelik, Ozan Cem; Sucuoğlu, Haluk; Akyüz, Uğurhan (SAGE Publications, 2015-05-01)
Tunnel form buildings, owing to their higher construction speed and quality, lower cost, and superior earthquake resistance over that of conventional reinforced concrete buildings, have been widely used for mass housing, urban renewal, and post-earthquake reconstruction projects all over the world as well as in Turkey. However, there have been few dynamic tests performed on existing buildings with this structural system. This study investigates the dynamic structural properties of a typical nine-story reinf...
Forced vibration testing of existing reinforced concrete buildings.
Çelik, Ozan Cem; Akyüz, Uğurhan; Sucuoğlu, Haluk; Department of Civil Engineering (2002)
Forced vibration analysis of generally laminated composite beams using domain boundary element method
Ahmed, Zubair; Dağ, Serkan; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2018)
Forced dynamic response of generally laminated composite beam is analyzed by boundary element method. Static fundamental solutions are used as weight functions in the weighted residual statements. The use of static fundamental solutions gives rise to a new formulation named as Domain Boundary Element Method. Displacement field of the generally laminated composite beam is written in accordance with first order shear deformation theory and equations of motion are derived using Hamilton’s principle. Developed ...
Çelik, Ozan Cem (2017-05-12)
This paper presents a sequence of forced and ambient vibration tests performed on a six-story precast concrete building prior to any non-structural elements in place. The building is 20.2 m tall and 53.2 m by 15.8 m in plan. In forced vibration testing, the building is excited along its short and long axes, respectively, by a fifth-floor level vibration generator with a known sinusoidal force. Sweeping the vibration generator frequency from 0.5 to 9.5 Hz, structural vibrations are recorded by a dense networ...
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