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Experimental Analysis of a Shake Table Test of Timber-Framed Structures with Stone and Earth Infill

Abstract : The seismic performance of timber-framed structures filled with stones and earth mortar has been analyzed by introducing the structural subscales (cell, wall, house) at which monotonic and cyclic loadings were considered. This article aims to present the dynamic behavior of a house as determined through shaking table tests. Based on this experimental multiscale analysis, this paper confirms that timbered masonry structures offer effective seismic resistance; moreover, such a comprehensive analysis helps enhance understanding of the seismic-resistant behavior of timber-framed structures with infill. This paper also aids ongoing development of a numerical tool intended to predict the seismic-resistant behavior of this type of structure.
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F. Vieux-Champagne, Y. Sieffert, S. Grange, C Belinga Nko'Ol, E. Bertrand, et al.. Experimental Analysis of a Shake Table Test of Timber-Framed Structures with Stone and Earth Infill. Earthquake Spectra, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, 2017, 33 (3), pp.1075 - 1100. ⟨10.1193/010516EQS002M⟩. ⟨hal-01899533⟩

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