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Modelling of Technical Seismicity Effects from Transport

By Veronika Valašková, Daniel Papán and Zuzana Papánová

Abstract

AbstractThe important area of the research is to find the ways to implement Finite Element Method (FEM) simulation of the technical seismicity effects due to transport. As dynamic load can be used the vibration time histories records measured at a point on the surface of the ground. As the dynamic load was used the passage of the vehicle and the impact impulse-induced seismic load. The measurements were performed in various locations spaced at variable distances. The results of FEM simulation were compared with experimental results. These two solutions were exported in the same points. FEM model allows tuning used basic material and geometric parameters. The way of tuning is also possible to compare the dominant frequency of the model using spectral analysis of the measured results. The tuned model can be used for further analysis and prediction in relation with technical seismicity

Publisher: Published by Elsevier B.V.
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1016/j.proeps.2015.08.048
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