Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):

F. Kopf, D. Schäfer, J. Pistrol:
"Soil-Structure-Interaction: Analysis through measurements";
Vortrag: The Fifth International Conference on Structural Engineering, Mechanics and Computation (SEMC 2013), Cape Town, South Africa; 02.09.2013 - 04.09.2013; in: "Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Structural Engineering, Mechanics and Computation", A. Zingoni (Hrg.); (2013), ISBN: 978-1-138-00061-2; Paper-Nr. 685.

Kurzfassung englisch:
In common buildings the soil-structure-interaction (SSI) is governed by the elastic behavior of the building. The best conditions to see the soil effect predominate would be a dynamic rigid body movement of a massive building. For this reason measurements were carried out on an old anti-aircraft tower from World War II on typical Viennese soil conditions. The dynamic properties of the soil could be determined in two dif- ferent ways. The first one is the common way using the dispersion of the Rayleigh waves on the soil surface and the back calculation to shear wave profiles. The second approach is the back calculation of the soil stiff- ness based on the soil-structure-interaction.
With the simultaneous measurement of the dynamic movement of the building the kinematic behavior of the SSI could be determined. The tilting oscillations of the tower in both directions with different frequencies transmitted to the soil could be measured in the surroundings. The decay of these vibrations and their influ- ence on the H/V-method results was studied.
The results of the dynamic measurements were compared with different methods of numerical simulation. The benefits and the disadvantages of the methods can be compared. The calculation values of the numerical mod- els could be calibrated with the real dynamic properties of the measured SSI-system.

Soil-Structure-Interaction SSI; Dynamic Measurements; Rayleigh Waves; H/V-method; Back Calculation; Modulus of Subgrade Reaction

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