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Stability of Elastomeric and Lead-Rubber Seismic Isolation Bearings Under Extreme Earthquake Loading
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Stability of Elastomeric Seismic Isolation Bearings Under Extreme Earthquake Loading
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DOI:10.4231/D3RV0D11G
Experiment Type: Shake Table
Description: Two isolation systems each composed of four identical elastomeric bearings were tested on shake table on University at Buffalo. The isolation systems were subjected to horizontal and horizontal plus vertical excitation. The lateral displacement, shear force, vertical force and acceleration response of individual bearing and isolation system under earthquake excitation were collected through the testing.
Dates: September 11, 2012 - October 02, 2012
Facility: State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, United States
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Specimen Type: Elastomeric bearings
Material: Bearing Type B520 Bearing Type B520 (view)
Bearing Type B510 Bearing Type B510 (view)
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Tags (keywords):
  1. Elastomeric Bearings
  2. Seismic Isolation
  3. Dynamic Response
  4. Stability
Cite this work:
XING HAN, Gordon Warn (2013). "Stability of Elastomeric Seismic Isolation Bearings Under Extreme Earthquake Loading", Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (distributor), Dataset, DOI:10.4231/D3RV0D11G