This paper presents the results obtained by using a novel methodology for the dynamic analysis of soil structure interaction due to trains’ transit on Constantine Arch monument, in the archaeological area of Rome, the model of which is implemented with the evident structural cracks. The methodology entails the use of two 3D models; the first one is a “wagons-track” model rigid body based, which instantaneously provides the strengths in the rail-sleeper connections created by the transit. These strengths are the input for the second finite element model which evaluates “soil-structure” interaction to determinate the structural vibrations. The numerical results are related to the experimental dynamic tests already carried out on the monument, in order to perform dynamic characterization in frequency and time domains

VIBRATION ANALYSIS ON CONSTANTINE ARCH MONUMENT DUE TO THE METRO TRAIN TRANSIT

D'OVIDIO, GINO;
2010-01-01

Abstract

This paper presents the results obtained by using a novel methodology for the dynamic analysis of soil structure interaction due to trains’ transit on Constantine Arch monument, in the archaeological area of Rome, the model of which is implemented with the evident structural cracks. The methodology entails the use of two 3D models; the first one is a “wagons-track” model rigid body based, which instantaneously provides the strengths in the rail-sleeper connections created by the transit. These strengths are the input for the second finite element model which evaluates “soil-structure” interaction to determinate the structural vibrations. The numerical results are related to the experimental dynamic tests already carried out on the monument, in order to perform dynamic characterization in frequency and time domains
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