A Review of Vibration Serviceability Criteria for Floor Structures
This paper is a survey of the historical developments in modeling human dynamic loads, perception criteria used in structural floor vibrations, and the techniques used to mitigate the human-induced vibrations. Two of the techniques are explained in more detail, namely: semi-active control and passive control using advanced materials.
Dynamic loads; Flooring; Concrete; Flooring; Concrete—Vibration; Floors; Floors—Vibration; Floor systems; Perception criteria; Structural dynamics; Vibration; Vibration—Control; Vibration control; Vibrations
Civil and Environmental Engineering | Construction Engineering and Management | Environmental Engineering | Environmental Indicators and Impact Assessment | Environmental Monitoring | Environmental Sciences
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Sack, R. L.
A Review of Vibration Serviceability Criteria for Floor Structures.
Computers and Structures, 83(28-30),