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Different modelling approaches to coupling wall and floor panels within a dynamic finite element model of a lightweight building

Kiel, N.; Andersen, L. V.; Niu, B. and Persson, K. LU (2012) 11th International Conference on Computational Structures Technology, CST 2012 In Civil-Comp Proceedings 99.
Abstract

This paper presents an investigation of a skeleton based coupling technique used for the assembly of different modules, i.e. walls and floors, in a modular finite element model. For simplicity the skeleton is introduced in the intersections of the panels. In this way all panels can be constrained to the global skeleton, leading to a removal of the constrained degrees of freedom (DOFs) in the individual panels. This artificial skeleton will inevitably influence the surrounding structure as the skeleton will be a physical part of the model. This issue is addressed. Furthermore, decoupled pseudomodes of the skeleton are discussed and analysed. © Civil-Comp Press, 2012.

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Building, Coupling, Finite element method, Lightweight, Modular, Panels, Vibration
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11th International Conference on Computational Structures Technology, CST 2012
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  author       = {Kiel, N. and Andersen, L. V. and Niu, B. and Persson, K.},
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  title        = {Different modelling approaches to coupling wall and floor panels within a dynamic finite element model of a lightweight building},
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