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Vibration Problems in Structures

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Authors: Hugo Bachmann, Walter J. Ammann, Florian Deischl, Josef Eisenmann, Ingomar Floegl, Gerhard H. Hirsch, Günter K. Klein, Gö... Weiterlesen
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Authors: Hugo Bachmann, Walter J. Ammann, Florian Deischl, Josef Eisenmann, Ingomar Floegl, Gerhard H. Hirsch, Günter K. Klein, Göran J. Lande, Oskar Mahrenholtz, Hans G. Natke, Hans Nussbaumer, Anthony J. Pretlove, Johann H. Rainer, Ernst-Ulrich Saemann, Lorenz Steinbeisser. Large structures such as factories, gymnasia, concert halls, bridges, towers, masts and chimneys can be detrimentally affected by vibrations. These vibrations can cause either serviceability problems, severely hampering the user's comfort, or safety problems. The aim of this book is to provide structural and civil engineers working in construction and environmental engineering with practical guidelines for counteracting vibration problems. Dynamic actions are considered from the following sources of vibration: - human body motions, - rotating, oscillating and impacting machines, - wind flow, - road traffic, railway traffic and construction work. The main section of the book presents tools that aid in decision-making and in deriving simple solutions to cases of frequently occurring "normal" vibration problems. Complexer problems and more advanced solutions are also considered. In all cases these guidelines should enable the engineer to decide on appropriate solutions expeditiously. The appendices of the book contain fundamentals essential to the main chapters.


1 Vibrations induced by people.- 1.1 Pedestrian bridges.- 1.1.1 Problem description.- 1.1.2 Dynamic actions.- 1.1.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- c) Stiffness.- 1.1.4 Effects.- 1.1.5 Tolerable values.- 1.1.6 Simple design rules.- a) Tuning method.- b) Code method.- c) Calculation of upper bound response for one pedestrian.- d) Effects of several pedestrians.- 1.1.7 More advanced design rules.- 1.1.8 Remedial measures.- a) Stiffening.- b) Increased damping.- c) Vibration absorbers.- 1.2 Floors with walking people.- 1.2.1 Problem description.- 1.2.2 Dynamic actions.- 1.2.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 1.2.4 Effects.- 1.2.5 Tolerable values.- 1.2.6 Simple design rules.- a) High tuning method.- b) Heel impact method.- 1.2.7 More advanced design rules.- 1.2.8 Remedial measures.- a) Shift of the natural frequency.- b) Non-structural elements.- 1.3 Floors for sport or dance activities.- 1.3.1 Problem description.- 1.3.2 Dynamic actions.- 1.3.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 1.3.4 Effects.- 1.3.5 Tolerable values.- 1.3.6 Simple design rules.- 1.3.7 More advanced design rules.- 1.3.8 Remedial measures.- a) Raising the natural frequency by means of added stiffness.- b) Increasing structural damping.- c) Use of vibration absorbers.- 1.4 Floors with fixed seating and spectator galleries.- 1.4.1 Problem description.- 1.4.2 Dynamic actions.- 1.4.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 1.4.4 Effects.- 1.4.5 Tolerable values.- 1.4.6 Simple design rules.- 1.4.7 More advanced design rules.- 1.4.8 Remedial measures.- 1.5 High-diving platforms.- 1.5.1 Problem description.- 1.5.2 Dynamic actions.- 1.5.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 1.5.4 Effects.- 1.5.5 Tolerable values.- 1.5.6 Simple design rules.- a) Stiffness criteria.- b) Frequency criteria.- 1.5.7 More advanced design rules.- 1.5.8 Remedial measures.- References to Chapter 1.- 2 Machinery-induced vibrations.- 2.1 Machine foundations and supports.- 2.1.1 Problem description.- 2.1.2 Dynamic actions.- a) Causes.- b) Periodic excitation.- c) Transient excitation.- d) Stochastic excitation.- 2.1.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 2.1.4 Effects.- a) Effects on structures.- b) Effects on people.- c) Effects on machinery and installations.- d) Effects due to structure-borne sound.- 2.1.5 Tolerable values.- a) General Aspects.- b) Structural criteria.- c) Physiological criteria.- d) Production-quality criteria.- e) Tolerable values relative to structure-borne sound.- 2.1.6 Simple design rules.- a) General.- b) Data desirable for the design of machine supports.- c) Measures for rotating or oscillating machines.- d) Measures for machines with impacting parts.- e) Rules for detailing and construction.- 2.1.7 More advanced design rules.- 2.1.8 Remedial measures.- 2.2 Bell towers.- 2.2.1 Problem description.- 2.2.2 Dynamic actions.- 2.2.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 2.2.4 Effects.- 2.2.5 Tolerable values.- 2.2.6 Simple design rules.- 2.2.7 More advanced design rules.- 2.2.8 Remedial measures.- 2.3 Structure-borne sound.- 2.3.1 Problem description.- 2.3.2 Dynamic actions.- 2.3.3 Structural criteria.- 2.3.4 Effects.- 2.3.5 Tolerable values.- 2.3.6 Simple design rules.- a) Influencing the initiation.- b) Influencing the transmission.- 2.3.7 More advanced design rules.- 2.3.8 Remedial measures.- 2.4 Ground-transmitted vibrations.- 2.4.1 Problem description.- 2.4.2 Dynamic actions.- 2.4.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 2.4.4 Effects.- 2.4.5 Tolerable values.- 2.4.6 Simple design rules.- a) Emission.- b) Transmission.- c) Immission.- 2.4.7 More advanced design rules.- 2.4.8 Remedial measures.- References to Chapter 2.- 3 Wind-induced vibrations.- 3.1 Buildings.- 3.1.1 Problem description.- 3.1.2 Dynamic actions.- 3.1.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- c) Stiffness.- 3.1.4 Effects.- 3.1.5 Tolerable values.- 3.1.6 Simple design rules.- 3.1.7 More advanced design rules.- 3.1.8 Remedial measures.- a) Installation of damping elements.- b) Vibration absorbers.- 3.2 Towers.- 3.2.1 Problem description.- 3.2.2 Dynamic actions.- 3.2.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- c) Stiffness.- 3.2.4 Effects.- 3.2.5 Tolerable values.- 3.2.6 Simple design rules.- 3.2.7 More advanced design rules.- 3.2.8 Remedial measures.- 3.3 Chimneys and Masts.- 3.3.1 Problem description.- 3.3.2 Dynamic actions.- 3.3.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 3.3.4 Effects.- 3.3.5 Tolerable values.- 3.3.6 Simple design rules.- 3.3.7 More advanced design rules.- 3.3.8 Remedial measures.- 3.4 Guyed Masts.- 3.4.1 Problem description.- 3.4.2 Dynamic actions.- 3.4.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 3.4.4 Effects.- 3.4.5 Tolerable values.- 3.4.6 Simple design rules.- 3.4.7 More advanced design rules.- 3.4.8 Remedial measures.- 3.5 Pylons.- 3.5.1 Problem description.- 3.5.2 Dynamic actions.- 3.5.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 3.5.4 Effects.- 3.5.5 Tolerable values.- 3.5.6 Simple design rules.- 3.5.7 More advanced design rules.- 3.5.8 Remedial measures.- 3.6 Suspension and Cable-Stayed Bridges.- 3.6.1 Problem description.- 3.6.2 Dynamic actions.- 3.6.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 3.6.4 Effects.- 3.6.5 Tolerable values.- 3.6.6 Simple design rules.- 3.6.7 More advanced design rules.- 3.6.8 Remedial measures.- 3.7 Cantilevered Roofs.- 3.7.1 Problem description.- 3.7.2 Dynamic actions.- 3.7.3 Structural criteria.- a) Natural frequencies.- b) Damping.- 3.7.4 Effects.- 3.7.5 Tolerable values.- 3.7.6 Simple design rules.- 3.7.7 More advanced design rules.- 3.7.8 Remedial measures.- References to Chapter 3.- 4 Vibrations induced by traffic and construction activity.- 4.1 Roads.- 4.1.1 Problem description.- 4.1.2 Dynamic actions.- 4.1.3 Structural criteria.- 4.1.4 Effects.- 4.1.5 Tolerable values.- 4.1.6 Simple design rules.- 4.1.7 More advanced design rules.- 4.1.8 Remedial measures.- 4.2 Railways.- 4.2.1 Problem description.- 4.2.2 Dynamic actions.- 4.2.3 Structural criteria.- 4.2.4 Effects.- 4.2.5 Tolerable values.- 4.2.6 Simple design rules.- a) General aspects.- b) Measures against increased vibration level.- 4.2.7 More advanced design rules.- 4.2.8 Remedial measures.- 4.3 Bridges.- 4.3.1 Problem description.- 4.3.2 Dynamic actions.- 4.3.3 Structural criteria.- 4.3.4 Effects.- 4.3.5 Tolerable values.- 4.3.6 Simple design rules.- 4.3.7 More advanced design rules.- 4.3.8 Remedial measures.- 4.4 Construction Work.- 4.4.1 Problem description.- 4.4.2 Dynamic actions.- 4.4.3 Structural criteria.- 4.4.4 Effects.- 4.4.5 Tolerable values.- 4.4.6 Simple rules.- a) Vehicles on construction sites.- b) Piling, sheet piling.- c) Vibratory compaction.- d) Dynamic consolidation.- e) Excavation.- f) Blasting.- 4.4.7 More advanced measures.- 4.4.8 Remedial measures.- References to Chapter 4.- A Basic vibration theory and its application to beams and plates.- A.1 Free vibration.- A.2 Forced vibration.- A.3 Harmonic excitation.- A.4 Periodic excitation.- A.4.1 Fourier analysis of the forcing function.- A.4.2 How the Fourier decomposition works.- A.4.3 The Fourier Transform.- A.5 Tuning of a structure.- A.6 Impedance.- A.7 Vibration Isolation (Transmissibility).- A.8 Continuous systems and their equivalent SDOF systems.- B Decibel Scales.- B.1 Sound pressure level.- B.2 Weighting of the sound pressure level.- C Damping.- C.1 Introduction.- C.2 Damping Quantities (Definitions, Interpretations).- C.3 Measurement of damping properties of structures.- C.3.1 Decay curve method.- C.3.2 Bandwidth method.- C.3.3 Conclusions.- C.4 Damping mechanisms in reinforced concrete.- C.5 Overall damping of a structure.- C.5.1 Damping of the bare structure.- C.5.2 Damping by non-structural elements.- C.5.3 Damping by energy radiation to the soil.- C.5.4 Overall damping.- D Tuned vibration absorbers.- D.1 Definition.- D.2 Modelling and differential equations of motion.- D.3 Optimum tuning and optimum damping of the absorber.- D.4 Practical hints.- E Wave Propagation.- E.1 Introduction.- E.2 Wave types and propagation velocities.- E.3 Attenuation laws.- F Behaviour of concrete and steel under dynamic actions.- F.1 Introduction.- F.2 Behaviour of concrete.- F.2.1 Modulus of elasticity.- F.2.2 Compressive strength.- F.2.3 Ultimate strain in compression.- F.2.4 Tensile strength.- F.2.5 Ultimate strain in tension.- F.2.6 Bond between reinforcing steel and concrete.- F.3 Behaviour of reinforcing steel.- F.3.1 Modulus of Elasticity.- F.3.2 Strength in Tension.- F.3.3 Strain in tension.- G Dynamic forces from rhythmical human body motions.- G.1 Rhythmical human body motions.- G.2 Representative types of activity.- G.3 Normalised dynamic forces.- H Dynamic effects from wind.- H.1 Basic theory.- H.l.1 Wind speed and pressure.- H.l.2 Statistical characteristics.- a) Gust spectrum.- b) Aerodynamic admittance function.- c) Spectral density of the wind force.- H.1.3 Dynamic effects.- H.2 Vibrations in along-wind direction induced by gusts.- H.2.1 Spectral methods.- a) Mechanical amplification function.- b) Spectral density of the system response.- H.2.2 Static equivalent force method based on stochastic loading.- H.2.3 Static equivalent force method based on deterministic loading.- H.2.4 Remedial measures.- H.3 Vibrations in along-wind direction induced by buffeting.- H.4 Vibrations in across-wind direction induced by vortex-shedding.- H.4.1 Single structures.- H.4.2 Several structures one behind another.- H.4.3 Conical structures.- H.4.4 Vibrations of shells.- H.5 Vibrations in across-wind direction: Galloping.- H.6 Vibrations in across-wind direction: flutter.- H.7 Damping of high and slender RC structures subjected to wind.- I Human response to vibrations.- I.1 Introduction.- I.2 Codes of practice.- I.2.1 ISO 2631.- I.2.2 DIN 4150/2.- J Building response to vibrations.- J.1 General.- J.2 Examples of recommended limit values.- References to the Appendices.- List of Codes and Standards.


Titel: Vibration Problems in Structures
Untertitel: Practical Guidelines
EAN: 9783034899550
ISBN: 3034899556
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Maschinenbau
Anzahl Seiten: 260
Gewicht: 448g
Größe: H240mm x B170mm x T14mm
Jahr: 2011
Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1995