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Dynamic response analysis of a table top compressor foundation

HAVLÍK, P. KANICKÝ, V. SALAJKA, V.

Originální název

Dynamic response analysis of a table top compressor foundation

Anglický název

Dynamic response analysis of a table top compressor foundation

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en

Originální abstrakt

Dynamic response analysis of a table top type foundation for a large centrifugal compressor destined for a plant in an earthquake endangered area has been carried out using FE compuation model. The soil-structure interaction has been considered by including the subsoil body into the model. The foundation design has been optimized with respect to severe restrictions of vibration intensity. Both steady state and transient responses to forces due to unbalances have been computed. Seismic response has been computed using the linear response spectrum method.

Anglický abstrakt

Dynamic response analysis of a table top type foundation for a large centrifugal compressor destined for a plant in an earthquake endangered area has been carried out using FE compuation model. The soil-structure interaction has been considered by including the subsoil body into the model. The foundation design has been optimized with respect to severe restrictions of vibration intensity. Both steady state and transient responses to forces due to unbalances have been computed. Seismic response has been computed using the linear response spectrum method.

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@article{BUT44333,
  author="Pavel {Havlík} and Viktor {Kanický} and Vlastislav {Salajka}",
  title="Dynamic response analysis of a table top compressor foundation",
  annote="Dynamic response analysis of a table top type foundation for a large centrifugal compressor destined for a plant in an earthquake endangered area has been carried out using FE compuation model. The soil-structure interaction has been considered by including the subsoil body into the model. The foundation design has been optimized with respect to severe restrictions of vibration intensity. Both steady state and transient responses to forces due to unbalances have been computed. Seismic response has been computed using the linear response spectrum method.",
  chapter="44333",
  journal="Sborník vědeckých prací Vysoké školy báňské – Technické univerzity Ostrava",
  number="2",
  volume="7",
  year="2007",
  month="april",
  pages="1",
  type="journal article - other"
}