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Impact Forces from Tsunami-Driven Debris
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Experiment contains sensor data, metadata and required documentation. The experiment report is uploaded on the project level in a form of master thesis of Harrison T. Ko.

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Experiment-25: OSU: In-Air Test, Aluminum Box, Long, X = 41, W = 229
Experiment Type: Tsunami Wave Basin
Description: In-air tests were performed on the 1:5 scale aluminum and acrylic shipping containers. The primary variables examined were the pullback distance, non-structural mass, load cell type, and contact location. These tests allow us to compare against the full scale in-air results of Lehigh University and to provide a basis for later hydrodynamic tests.
DOI Title: In-Air Longitudinal Aluminum Test, Nonstructural mass = 50.2 kg: Measurements of impact force, column strain
Dates: August 02, 2012 - August 02, 2012
Facility: Oregon State University, OR, United States
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Sensors: NEESdebris_instm_locations_20120725
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Tags (keywords):
  1. debris
  2. Impact
  3. in-air
  4. aluminum
  5. shipping container
  6. swinging
  7. nonstructural mass
Cite this work:
Harrison Ko, Daniel Cox (2013). "OSU: In-Air Test, Aluminum Box, Long, X = 41, W = 229", Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (distributor), Dataset, DOI:10.4231/D3ZW18S37