Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction by the Boundary Element Method: A Comparison Study
A subset of beam bridges is defined considering span lengths ranging from From the single load free vibration parametric analysis conclusions are derived regarding the conditions of maximum free vibration and cancellation of the response. These conclusions are used afterwards to justify how resonant amplitudes of the bridge under the circulation of railway convoys are affected by the soil properties, leading to substantially amplified responses or to almost cancelled ones, and numerical examples are included to show the aforementioned situations [-].
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Cite this Title Dynamic soil-structure interaction analysis using the scaled boundary finite-element method. Such a technique is indispensable in the seismic analysis of large-scale engineering constructions and, to my best knowledge, does not exist at present. The theoretical framework of the research is based on the scaled boundary finite-element method.
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