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Dynamic soil-structure interaction in buildings with oil dampers.

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Research into the seismic performance of structures with oil dampers has so far been driven primarily by the structural engineering community. Influential experimental work on the topic originates mainly from medium-to-large scale shaking table testing of fixed-base frames, with limited experimental efforts to evaluate dynamic soil-structure interaction in such structures. This research seeks to address this by pioneering the application of high-gravity geotechnical centrifuge testing as a viable research tool to investigate dynamic SSI in buildings with oil dampers.

This talk is part of the Engineering Department Geotechnical Research Seminars series.

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