Verification of the energy flow analysis method as identification tool for damping in high-rise buildings

Ikram Talib, Okke Bronkhorst, Jitse Pruiksma, Akke Suiker

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Abstract

Damping is an important parameter in the calculation of vibrations in high-rise buildings. This research presents a verification study of the Energy Flow Analysis as identification tool for damping in high rise buildings. The study investigates the magnitude of the error that can be expected with some of the assumptions and simplifications made to accommodate for the lack of information typically present in in-situ measurements. To eliminate experiment-related uncertainties, the study is performed in a controlled FEM environment. From the study it can be concluded that with a small number of monitor positions the damping prediction of the soil with the EFA is quite accurate in case of a well-known load on the high-rise building.

LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Belgian-Dutch IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium 2019, YEC 2019
EditorsB. De Pauw, D. Leonetti, H.H. Snijder, B. De Pauw
Place of PublicationZoetermeer
PublisherBelgian and Dutch National Groups of IABSE
Pages98-99
Number of pages2
ISBN (Electronic)9789038647302
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2019
EventBelgian-Dutch National Groups of IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium 2019, YEC 2019 - Eindhoven, Netherlands
Duration: 15 Mar 201916 Mar 2019

Conference

ConferenceBelgian-Dutch National Groups of IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium 2019, YEC 2019
Abbreviated titleYEC2019
CountryNetherlands
CityEindhoven
Period15/03/1916/03/19

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Damping
Loads (forces)
Soils
Finite element method
Experiments
Uncertainty

Keywords

  • Damping
  • Energy Flow Analysis
  • Finite element method
  • High-rise buildings
  • Wind loads

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Talib, I., Bronkhorst, O., Pruiksma, J., & Suiker, A. (2019). Verification of the energy flow analysis method as identification tool for damping in high-rise buildings. In B. De Pauw, D. Leonetti, H. H. Snijder, & B. De Pauw (Eds.), Proceedings of the Belgian-Dutch IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium 2019, YEC 2019 (pp. 98-99). Zoetermeer: Belgian and Dutch National Groups of IABSE.
Talib, Ikram ; Bronkhorst, Okke ; Pruiksma, Jitse ; Suiker, Akke. / Verification of the energy flow analysis method as identification tool for damping in high-rise buildings. Proceedings of the Belgian-Dutch IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium 2019, YEC 2019. editor / B. De Pauw ; D. Leonetti ; H.H. Snijder ; B. De Pauw. Zoetermeer : Belgian and Dutch National Groups of IABSE, 2019. pp. 98-99
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Talib, I, Bronkhorst, O, Pruiksma, J & Suiker, A 2019, Verification of the energy flow analysis method as identification tool for damping in high-rise buildings. in B De Pauw, D Leonetti, HH Snijder & B De Pauw (eds), Proceedings of the Belgian-Dutch IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium 2019, YEC 2019. Belgian and Dutch National Groups of IABSE, Zoetermeer, pp. 98-99, Belgian-Dutch National Groups of IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium 2019, YEC 2019, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 15/03/19.

Verification of the energy flow analysis method as identification tool for damping in high-rise buildings. / Talib, Ikram; Bronkhorst, Okke; Pruiksma, Jitse; Suiker, Akke.

Proceedings of the Belgian-Dutch IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium 2019, YEC 2019. ed. / B. De Pauw; D. Leonetti; H.H. Snijder; B. De Pauw. Zoetermeer : Belgian and Dutch National Groups of IABSE, 2019. p. 98-99.

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Talib I, Bronkhorst O, Pruiksma J, Suiker A. Verification of the energy flow analysis method as identification tool for damping in high-rise buildings. In De Pauw B, Leonetti D, Snijder HH, De Pauw B, editors, Proceedings of the Belgian-Dutch IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium 2019, YEC 2019. Zoetermeer: Belgian and Dutch National Groups of IABSE. 2019. p. 98-99.