Dynamic Response of Frames with Nonrigid Connectorsby Steve R. Lionberger,
William Weaver, Jr.,
Serial Information: Journal of the Engineering Mechanics Division, 1969, Vol. 95, Issue 1, Pg. 95-114
Document Type: Journal Paper
A computer oriented method is described for determining the dynamic response of rectangular plane frames with nonrigid beam-to-column connections. The dynamic loads may be either lateral forces applied directly to the frame or inertia forces due to lateral acceleration of the ground. The moment-rotation relationships for the nonrigid connections are assumed to be bilinear, and the effects of elasto-plastic behavior in the columns, finite joint sizes, and initial vertical loads are included in the analysis. The results of analyses of a 10-story frame show that both lateral displacements and member end-actions are influenced to a large extent by the stifnesses of the connections.
Subject Headings: Connections (structural) | Frames | Dynamic response | Dynamic loads | Vertical loads | Lateral forces | Columns | Computing in civil engineering
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