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    Title: 回彈摩擦基底隔震器(R-FBI)於橋樑上之應用分析
    Authors: 雷英暉;黃敦博
    Contributors: 淡江大學土木工程學系
    Keywords: R-FBI system;R-FBI bearings;Isolation effects
    Date: 1994-11
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 10:41:43 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:中華民國結構工程學會
    Abstract: 合回彈摩擦基底隔震器(R-FBI)於房屋結構土之有效性,已得經理論及實驗之證
    實。於本文中, R-FBI 隔震器將被應用於橋樑構造之防震。除了隔震結構分析模型之
    質及地震內涵之變化,對於受震行為之影響,亦將詳加討論。由研究結果可知, R-FBI
    The effectiveness of Resilient-Friction Base Isolators (R-FBI) has been verified theoretically
    and experimentally in base isolation of building frames. In this research, R-FBI bearings
    are applied to bridges for earthquake protection. In addition to the establishment of
    analytical model for the isolated structure concerned, a time-history analysis in consideration
    of the effects of multiple-support excitation would be performed as well. Furthermore, the influences
    upon seismic behaviors due to the variation of material properties of isolators themselves
    and earthquake contents are investigated in detail. It is seen from the results that the
    performances of R-FBI system are not only comparable with other types of isolators but even
    better in some aspects.
    Relation: 中華民國第二屆結構工程研討會暨國科會工程處結構工程專題研究成果研討會論文集(二)=Proceedings of the second National Conference on Structural Engineering, pp.117-126
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