Development of an alternative sampler for the atmospheric gaseous pollutants

Karakaş, Duran


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A new hybrid energy dissipation device named as “Backbone Damper” is introduced. The device assembly is composed of two main components: a viscoelastic (VE) unit and an internal displacement amplification mechanism. Energy dissipation is generated through deformations of the VE unit and friction within the mechanism. The mechanism is designed to remain elastic. The effectiveness of the device is verified through numerical simulations of tests of full-size prototypes. A comprehensive three-dimensional solid ...
Citation Formats
D. Karakaş, “Development of an alternative sampler for the atmospheric gaseous pollutants,” Middle East Technical University, 1993.