Frequency Domain Analysis on Horizontal Wind-Induced Dynamic Responses of Light-Weight Steel Structures with Gabled Frames

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Wind-induced dynamic responses of light-weight steel structures with gabled frames are significant because of their light weight, small stiffness and long natural period, according to Reference [1]. While the current "Technical specification for steel structure of light-weight buildings with gabled frames" (CECS102:2002) and "Lode code for the design of building structures” (GB50009-2001) generally don’t consider the wind-induced vibration influence of gabled frames. Based on rational model, the light-weight steel structure with gabled frame subjected to wind load is simulated by finite element software. The numerical simulation about horizontal wind-induced vibration response is carried out. Calculated results show that the influence of horizontal fluctuating wind load is harmful for light-weight steel plants with gabled frames and suggest that more attention should be paid in design.

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Dongye Sun, Wen-Pei Sung and Ran Chen

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3610-3614

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.71-78.3610

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D. Z. Liang and X. J. Song, "Frequency Domain Analysis on Horizontal Wind-Induced Dynamic Responses of Light-Weight Steel Structures with Gabled Frames", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 71-78, pp. 3610-3614, 2011

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July 2011

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[1] Yuanqing Wang, Chengdong Tan and Yong Zhang: Journal of Chongqing Jianzhu University Vol. 27 (2005), pp.56-60, in Chinese.

[2] Yuanqing Wang, Yong Zhang and Chengdong Tan: Journal of Beijing Jiaotong University Vol. 30 (2006), pp.31-34, in Chinese.

[3] Xiangting Zhang: Wind load theory of engineering structures and wind calculation manual (Tongji University Press, Shanghai 1990), in Chinese.

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