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Inertial Force-Limiting Floor Anchorage Systems for Seismic Resistant Building Structures
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  Experiment-1: Half Scale Shake Table Test of a 4 Story Reinforced Concrete Building with Eccentric Shear Walls
Dates: December 01, 2013 - January 23, 2014
Description: A half-scale shake table testing program was conducted at NEES@UCSD. The testing program occurred with the collaboration of large group of industrial partners and design consultants. The project is a multi-university effort to develop and evaluate the...
Facility: University of California, San Diego, CA, United States


  Experiment-2: Full-scale, components test of Inertial Force-Limiting Floor Anchorage Systems for Seismic Resistant Building Structures using a Buckling Restrained Brace and Steel Reinforced Low Damping Rubber Bearings
Dates: March 27, 2014 - June 03, 2014
Description: The contribution of Lehigh University to the project CMMI-1135033: NEESR: Inertial Force-Limiting Floor Anchorage Systems for Seismic Resistant Building Structures is the development of the deformable connection and the experimental validation of the...
Facility: Lehigh University, PA, United States
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  Experiment-3: Full-scale, components test of Inertial Force-Limiting Floor Anchorage Systems for Seismic Resistant Building Structures using a Friction Device and Carbon Fiber Reinforced Low Damping Rubber Bearings
Dates: August 08, 2014 - September 30, 2014
Description: The inertial force generated in building systems during an earthquake ground motion is directly related to the floor - diaphragm acceleration and the seismic mass by the Newton's second law of motion. In conventional earthquake resistant building systems...
Facility: Lehigh University, PA, United States
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