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Floor vibration : a possible assessment method for historic buildingsAuthor(s): Robert J. Ross; Michael O. Hunt; Xiping Wang; Lawrence A. Soltis
Source: Journal of preservation technology. Vol. 32, nos. 2/3 (2001): Pages 23-25
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionA new noninvasive technique has the potential to assess the in-place stiffness of timber floors.
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CitationRoss, Robert J.; Hunt, Michael O.; Wang, Xiping; Soltis, Lawrence A. 2001. Floor vibration : a possible assessment method for historic buildings. Journal of preservation technology. Vol. 32, nos. 2/3 (2001): Pages 23-25
KeywordsFloor vibration, historic buildings, stiffness, timber floors, vibration testing
- Nondestructive structural evaluation of wood floor systems with a vibration technique.
- Assessment of in-place wood floor systems
- Low frequency vibration approach for assessing performance of wood floor systems
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