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Sensitivity analysis of pounding pounding between adjacent structures

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This article deals with sensitivity of the response of pounding buildings with respect to structural and earthquake excitation parameters. A comprehensive sensitivity analysis is carried out by means of Monte Carlo simulations of adjacent single degree of freedom impacting oscillators. This sensitivity analysis, based on Sobol's method, computes sensitivity indexes which provide a consistent measure of the relative importance of parameters such as the dimensionless main excitation frequency, the mass and frequency ratios of the structures, and the coefficient of restitution. Moreover, the influence of nonlinear behavior of the impacting structures is also considered. The consequences of pounding on the structures themselves are analyzed in terms of maximum force and nonlinear demand amplification compared with the case without pounding. As for the influence of pounding on the floor response spectra, the quantity of interest is the maximum impact impulse. The overall conclusions of this analysis are that the frequency ratio is the most important parameter as far as the maximum force and nonlinear demand are concerned. Regarding the maximum impact impulse, the mass and frequency ratios are, in general, the most influential parameters, the mass ratio being predominant for low frequencies of the oscillator of interest.
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cea-02415661 , version 1 (17-12-2019)

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V. Crozet, I. Politopoulos, M. Yang, J.-M. Martinez, S. Erlicher. Sensitivity analysis of pounding pounding between adjacent structures. Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 2018, 4, pp.219-235. ⟨10.1002/eqe.2949⟩. ⟨cea-02415661⟩

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