Passive humans (sitting or standing) might well be present on flooring-systems, footbridges or other structures that carry humans. An active croud of people might generate structural vibrations, and these might be problematic. The passive crowd of people, however, will interact with the structural system and change its dynamic behavior and its dynamic characteristics. When predicting structural vibrations it is not common to account for the passive crowd, but the paper will illustrate effects of the presence of a passive croud on structural behavior. Numerical and experimental results are presented and discussed.
|Status||Udgivet - 2012|
|Begivenhed||IMAC 2012 XXX : Conference and Exposition on Structural Dynamics - Jacksonville, Florida, USA|
Varighed: 30 jan. 2012 → 2 feb. 2012
|Konference||IMAC 2012 XXX|
|Periode||30/01/2012 → 02/02/2012|
- Human-Structure Interaction
- Vibration Serviceability