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dc.contributor.authorJabary, Raz N.
dc.contributor.authorMadabhushi, Gopal S. P.
dc.date.accessioned2016-09-26T08:37:03Z
dc.date.available2016-09-26T08:37:03Z
dc.identifier.urihttps://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/260363
dc.descriptionThis dataset provides the raw responses in Excel (in Volts) of microelectromechnical and piezo-electric accelerometers positioned on the structural model and equivalent shear beam (ESB) container used to conduct the centrifuge tests considered in ‘Tuned mass damper positioning effects on the seismic response of a soil-MDOF-structure system’ in the Journal of Earthquake Engineering. Fig. 4 in the accompanying research paper shows a layout of all instrument positions in the model. The calibration factors (g/V) of all accelerometers are provided below. Multiplication of the raw response (V) by the calibration factor (g/V) results in acceleration response (g).en
dc.descriptionInstrument (-) / Calibration Factor (g/V): - P6 / 6.32 (upper storey response for configurations 1-3) - P6 / 51.28 (upper storey response for configuration 4) - P6 / 52.29 (upper storey response for configurations 5-6) - P3 / 7.06 (vertical structural base input for configuration 1) - P1 / 6.77 (ESB input for configurations 1-3) - P1 / 7.73 (ESB input for configuration 4) - P1 / 4.97 (ESB input for configurations 5-6)
dc.descriptionThe raw data was recorded in centrifuge tests conducted with the Turner beam centrifuge facilities available at the Schofield Centre (High Cross, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0EL). Below is a list of the file names of the instrument response recordings, what they have recorded and which figure(s) in the accompanying research paper they relate to:
dc.descriptionFigure 6: - ESB input to Chi-Chi earthquake, configuration 1 (A.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - ESB input to Imperial Valley earthquake, configuration 1 (B.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - ESB input to Kobe earthquake, configuration 1 (C.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V)
dc.descriptionFigure 7: - ESB input to Kobe earthquake, configuration 1 (C.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - Structural footing's rocking accelerations under Kobe earthquake, configuration 1 (D.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 3: Voltage (V), P3 / 7.06 g/V)
dc.descriptionFigure 9: - ESB input to Chi-Chi earthquake, configuration 1 (A.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - ESB input to Chi-Chi earthquake, configuration 2 (H.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - ESB input to Chi-Chi earthquake, configuration 3 (I.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - ESB input to Chi-Chi earthquake, configuration 4 (N.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 7.73 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Chi-Chi earthquake, configuration 1 (E.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 6: Voltage (V), P6 / 6.32 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Chi-Chi earthquake, configuration 2 (F.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 6: Voltage (V), P6 / 6.32 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Chi-Chi earthquake, configuration 3 (G.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 6: Voltage (V), P6 / 6.32 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Chi-Chi earthquake, configuration 4 (Q.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 3: Voltage (V), P6 / 51.28 g/V)
dc.descriptionFigure 10: - ESB input to Imperial Valley earthquake, configuration 1 (B.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - ESB input to Imperial Valley earthquake, configuration 2 (J.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - ESB input to Imperial Valley earthquake, configuration 3 (K.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - ESB input to Imperial Valley earthquake, configuration 4 (O.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 7.73 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Imperial Valley earthquake, configuration 1 (X.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 6: Voltage (V), P6 / 6.32 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Imperial Valley earthquake, configuration 2 (Y.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 6: Voltage (V), P6 / 6.32 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Imperial Valley earthquake, configuration 3 (Z.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 6: Voltage (V), P6 / 6.32 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Imperial Valley earthquake, configuration 4 (R.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 3: Voltage (V), P6 / 51.28 g/V)
dc.descriptionFigure 11: - ESB input to Kobe earthquake, configuration 1 (C.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - ESB input to Kobe earthquake, configuration 2 (L.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - ESB input to Kobe earthquake, configuration 3 (M.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 6.77 g/V) - ESB input to Kobe earthquake, configuration 4 (P.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 7.73 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Kobe earthquake, configuration 1 (A1.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 6: Voltage (V), P6 / 6.32 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Kobe earthquake, configuration 2 (A2.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 6: Voltage (V), P6 / 6.32 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Kobe earthquake, configuration 3 (A3.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 6: Voltage (V), P6 / 6.32 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under Kobe earthquake, configuration 4 (S.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 3: Voltage (V), P6 / 51.28 g/V)
dc.descriptionFigure 12: - Upper storey accelerations under Kobe earthquake, configuration 4 (S.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 3: Voltage (V), P6 / 51.28 g/V)
dc.descriptionFigure 14: - ESB input under swept-sine earthquake, configuration 5 (V.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 4.97 g/V) - ESB input under swept-sine earthquake, configuration 6 (W.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P1 / 4.97 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under swept-sine earthquake, configuration 5 (T.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P6 / 52.29 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under swept-sine earthquake, configuration 6 (U.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P6 / 52.29 g/V)
dc.descriptionFigure 15: - Upper storey accelerations under swept-sine earthquake, configuration 5 (T.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P6 / 52.29 g/V) - Upper storey accelerations under swept-sine earthquake, configuration 6 (U.xlsx, column 1: Time (s) / column 2: Voltage (V), P6 / 52.29 g/V)
dc.description.sponsorshipThis work was supported by the EPSRC [grant number EP/K503009/1]
dc.formatMicrosoft Excelen
dc.publisherUniversity of Cambridgeen
dc.rightsAttribution 4.0 International*
dc.rights.urihttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/*
dc.subjecttuned mass damperen
dc.subjectdynamic soil-structure interactionen
dc.subjectgeotechnical centrifugeen
dc.titleResearch data supporting "Tuned mass damper positioning effects on the seismic response of a soil-MDOF-structure system"en
dc.typeDataseten
dc.identifier.doi10.17863/CAM.4593
pubs.declined2017-10-11T13:54:43.233+0100
dcterms.formatxlsxen
datacite.issupplementto.urlhttps://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/260983


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