Design of the IPIRG-2 simulated seismic forcing function

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Division of Engineering Technology, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. [distributor] , Washington, DC
Pipelines -- Cracking -- Experi
Other titlesDesign of the IPIRG 2 simulated seismic forcing function., Design of the IPIRG two simulated seismic forcing function.
Statementprepared by R. Olson, P. Scott, G. Wilkowski.
SeriesNUREG/CR -- 6439.
ContributionsScott, P., Wilkowski, G. M., U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Engineering Technology., Battelle Memorial Institute.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
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Open LibraryOL17101871M

A series of pipe system experiments was conducted in IPIRG-2 that used a realistic seismic forcing function.

Because the seismic forcing function was more complex than the single-frequency increasing-amplitude sinusoidal forcing function used in the IPIRG-1 pipe system experiments, considerable effort went into designing the : R.

Olson, P. Scott, G. Wilkowski. Get this from a library. Design of the IPIRG-2 simulated seismic forcing function. [R Olson; P Scott; G M Wilkowski; U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research.

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Division of Engineering Technology.; Battelle Memorial Institute.]. • Was suitable for all of the IPIRG-2 simulated seismic experiments.

Although the IPIRG-2 forcing function met all of the design criteria, it did have the one previously mentioned deficiency that was not recognized until after all the experiments had been completed: the forcing function was not very challenging in terms of cyclic damage effects.

The IPIRG-2 programme is described to provide a clear understanding of the content, strategy, potential benefits and likely significance of the work.

Introduction The International Piping Integrity Research Group (IPIRG) programme began in The initial programme (IPIRG-1) was completed in and the phase 2 programme commenced in May Author: B.J. Darlaston. Chapter 3 – General Provisions & Seismic Design Criteria SDR Workbook – IBC Version Steven T.

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Hiner, MS, SE Alternative Seismic Design Category Determination IBC § Where S1 Seismic Design Category is permitted to be determined from IBC Table (1) alone (i.e, using SDS only) when all of the following apply: Ta.

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system without damping or external forcing. A sample of such a system is shown in Figure A free-body analysis of this system in the framework of Newton™s second law, as performed in Chapter 2 of the textbook, results in the following equation of motion: m::x+kx= 0: () (In general, we would have the forcing function F(t) on the right.

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Topics discussed within this book include, but are not limited to, simulation issues for. Where the alternate simplified design procedure of Section is used, the Seismic Design Category is permitted to be determined from Table alone, using the value of SDS determined in Section DESIGN REQUIREMENTS FOR SEISMIC DESIGN CATEGORY A.

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The continuous beam model is used for distribution systems (pipe, duct and tubing) continuous over several supports. This type of seismic load definition and analysis is often applied to small bore piping systems typically equal to or less than.

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So, if M 1 independent random variables are used to represent the material constitutive parameter, D (x, θ), and another M 2 independent random variables are used to represent the forcing function, f n (t, θ), then it is postulated that the response processes, u n (t) and u ¨ n (t), will be functions of M 1 + M 2 independent random variables.

in nonlinear structural seismic dynamics where a, is the stiffness and a2 the damping coefficient. Unfortunately, equation () is not appropriate to predict the observed nonlinear response of structures under seismic effects, and more involved models must be constructed.

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Assuming that the forcing function was harmonic, u(t) = Bcos(ωt). For the examples shown, ω = 2 rad s −1 and B = 2. The Bouc–Wen model from equation (2) was fitted to a pair of highly nonlinear hysteresis loops generated by computer simulation. Seismic attributes are the components of the seismic data, which are obtained by measurement, computation, and other methods from the seismic data.

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