Velocity dependence of HF2V devices using different shaft configurations (2012)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Published
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering
University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering
AuthorsGolondrino, J.C., Chase, J.G., Rodgers, G.W., MacRae, G.A., Clifton, C.show all
High-Force-to-Volume lead dampers (HF2V) have been recently developed through an experimental research program at University of Canterbury – New Zealand. Testing of the device and applications on beam column joints have demonstrated stable hysteretic behaviour with almost no damage. This paper reports testing of HF2V devices with straight, bulged and constricted shaft configurations subjected to velocities of 0.15 - 5.0mm/s. The effect of the shaft configuration on the hysteresis loop shape, design relationships and the effect of the velocity on the resistive force of the device are described. Results show that hysteresis loop shape of the device is almost square regardless of the shaft configuration, and that devices are characterized by noticeable velocity dependence in the range of 0.15-1.0mm/s.
CitationGolondrino, J.C., Chase, J.G., Rodgers, G.W., MacRae, G.A., Clifton, C. (2012) Velocity dependence of HF2V devices using different shaft configurations. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand: New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering: 2012 Annual Technical Conference (NZSEE), 13-15 Apr 2012. Proceedings, Paper 99.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research40 - Engineering::4005 - Civil engineering::400510 - Structural engineering
40 - Engineering::4005 - Civil engineering::400504 - Construction engineering
40 - Engineering::4005 - Civil engineering::400506 - Earthquake engineering
40 - Engineering::4017 - Mechanical engineering::401702 - Dynamics, vibration and vibration control