Operational Reliability of Industrial Buildings in Seismically Dangerous Areas
Operational Reliability of Industrial Buildings in Seismically Dangerous Areas

Operational Reliability of Industrial Buildings in Seismically Dangerous Areas

DOI: 10.37153/2618-9283-2020-3-44-52

Rubric:     Design, building and reconstruction of a seismic constructions   
Key words: industrial building, seismic resistance, horizontal vibrations, self-cooker sole foundation, dot-balls bearing
The solution of a single-storey industrial building, of working with significant horizontal seismic vibrations. Earthquake building carried out by separating the sole-plate foundation resting on the ground, from the rest of the multi-stage foundation for the frame column. The gap formed by constructive in the individual cells are arranged point-balls bearings, have freedom of movement in the horizontal plane. Under horizontal vibrations of the earth and the sole-plate the rest of the basement and the building itself remain at rest. It noted an interesting fact: the performance and reliability of the proposed solutions of seismic stability of buildings received unexpected confirmation,  that one of the buildings in the Chilean capital of Santiago, built in the sixteenth century, survived dozens of earthquakes, is the oldest building and it became clear that its ancient walls are mounted on ball-shaped stones.
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