Loads Due to Human Movementsby William E. Saul, Univ of Idaho, Kimberly, ID, USA,
Christopher Y.-B. Tuan, Univ of Idaho, Kimberly, ID, USA,
Brian McDonald, Univ of Idaho, Kimberly, ID, USA,
Abstract: The live loads due to human actions are random functions being modeled from data obtained from tests to determine load histories for the actions of individuals and small groups of people in a stationary position. The statistics obtained are being used to formulate typical forcing functions for such actions as an in-place jump. Loads due to continuous actions and the group effect are discussed.
Subject Headings: Live loads | Load history | Load tests | Human factors | Data processing | Model tests
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