1993
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Abstract: Effect of base isolation on the response of torsionally coupled system under harmonic base excitation is investigated with the help of a 3-D idealized model of building. The base isolator of the building allows translational as well as rotational displacements at the base level of the building model. The hysteretic force deformation characteristics of the bearing are modeled by coupled non-linear differential equations. The responses of the base isolated system are compared with that of the fixed base system i… Show more

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“…The lead core yields relatively at very low shearing stress leading to dissipation of seismic energy and reduction of earthquake response (Robinson, 1982). The non-linear bi-directional hysteretic restoring forces in the lead-bearing are modelled by coupled differential equations as proposed by Park et al (1986) which in the past have been used by Nagarajaiah et al (1991), Jangid and Datta (1994). The restoring forces of the bearings are given by…”
Section: Structural Model Of Liquid Storage Tankmentioning
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“…The lead core yields relatively at very low shearing stress leading to dissipation of seismic energy and reduction of earthquake response (Robinson, 1982). The non-linear bi-directional hysteretic restoring forces in the lead-bearing are modelled by coupled differential equations as proposed by Park et al (1986) which in the past have been used by Nagarajaiah et al (1991), Jangid and Datta (1994). The restoring forces of the bearings are given by…”
Section: Structural Model Of Liquid Storage Tankmentioning
“…It is well recognized that, while base-isolated buildings are effective for pulse-type ground motions with predominant periods shorter than about 2 s or random earthquake ground motions without clear predominant period (Jangid and Datta, 1994;Hall et al, 1995;Heaton et al, 1995;Jangid, 1995;Jangid and Banerji, 1998;Kelly, 1999;Naeim and Kelly, 1999;Jangid and Kelly, 2001;Morales, 2003;Takewaki, 2005Takewaki, , 2008Li and Wu, 2006;Hino et al, 2008;Takewaki and Fujita, 2009), their earthquake resilience is not clear for long-period ground motions with the characteristic period of 5-8 s Kamae et al, 2004;Ariga et al, 2006). The long-period ground motions with the characteristic period of 5-8 s have been argued in the structural design of base-isolated and super high-rise buildings since the Tokachi-oki earthquake in 2003 and have been treated as one of the most critical inputs for such buildings after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake.…”
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“…Various types of base-isolation systems have been introduced for pulse-type ground motions (Jangid and Datta, 1994;Hall et al, 1995;Heaton et al, 1995;Jangid, 1995;Kelly, 1999;Naeim and Kelly, 1999;Jangid and Kelly, 2001;Morales, 2003;Takewaki, 2005Takewaki, , 2008Li and Wu, 2006;Hino et al, 2008;Takewaki and Fujita, 2009). But their resilience for earthquake has never been proved in actual situations for longperiod ground motions with the characteristic period of 5-8 s Kamae et al, 2004;Ariga et al, 2006).…”
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