Designing Earthquake Resistant Structures & Buildings
Funds were applied to design and build a large high-performance shake-table to study the effects of a simulated earthquake. The size of the table is 6m×8m, with a load-bearing capacity in excess of 100 tonnes, making it one of the world's foremost shake-tables. Funds were also used to build a non-contact 3D dynamic deformation measuring system. The combined structure is the first of its kind to achieve whole-process monitoring of tests of earthquake-resistant structures.
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