No, I am not talking about standing around with your mouth open. In this post, I am going to talk about how you can use a Response Spectrum Analysis to analyze transient shock loads. Transient shock loads can come...
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Unlike tall buildings and other relatively flexible systems, nuclear power plants and other stiff structures may have important natural vibration modes at high frequencies.
A major cause of error in response spectrum analyses is not using sufficient modes. Ideally, you want to compute all the modes that are contained in the frequency range of the spectrum.
This is the second in a series of three posts about Response Spectrum Analysis. The first post discusses the overall approach and input curves...
In the course of over 30 years of working with clients in the field of structural dynamics, I have found Response Spectrum Analysis to be one of the most misunderstood types of dynamics...
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