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Description Single axis shaking table composed of a light weight aluminum table attached to an MTS 244 hydraulic actuator. Scheduled for instructional use

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  • uc berkeleysimulator laboratory | pacific earthquake

    uc berkeleysimulator laboratory | pacific earthquake

    The signature piece of testing equipment at the PEER-UC Berkeley Lab is the Six Degree-of-Freedom Shaking Table, the largest in the United States, and one of the largest in the world. The PEER-UC Berkeley Lab also houses a Large Scale Structures Lab consisting of a 20' x 60' strong floor with an integrated, reconfigurable, modular reaction wall

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  • structure magazine | pioneeringshaking tablecontinues to

    structure magazine | pioneeringshaking tablecontinues to

    In 1968, civil engineering faculty at the University of California, Berkeley (UC) proposed to construct a 100-foot by 100-foot welded steel shaking table, weighing 2.2 million pounds. It was to be hydraulically powered by 60 to 72 actuators, allowing operation in three translational degrees of freedom, with an acceleration capacity of 2/3 g

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  • earthquakesimulator laboratory | pacificearthquake

    earthquakesimulator laboratory | pacificearthquake

    The signature piece of testing equipment at the PEER-UC Berkeley Lab is the six degree-of-freedom Shaking Table, the largest in the United States, and one of the largest in the world. The PEER-UC Berkeley Lab also houses a Large Scale Structures Lab consisting of a 20' x 60' strong floor with an integrated, reconfigurable, modular reaction wall

    Read More
  • quest lab: the shaking table at uc berkeley|kqed

    quest lab: the shaking table at uc berkeley|kqed

    Sep 20, 2011 · The 20' x 20' table is one of the largest in the world to be able to move in three directions (translation and rotation) so, according to Mosalam, it's an extremely important piece of equipment at UC Berkeley and has contributed to important research that will …

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  • service to industry-university of california,berkeley

    service to industry-university of california,berkeley

    The shaking table testing is performed to ensure compliance with seismic regulations and to confirm the effectiveness of seismic retrofit strategies with the goal of reducing damage and injury in the event of an earthquake. 17025-2005 IAS Lab Accreditation for AC156 and IEEE-693 Testing

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  • view a peer lab test-university of california,berkeley

    view a peer lab test-university of california,berkeley

    We completed Shaking Table tests on a nonductile concrete frame this past Thursday, February 16, 2006. The structure is a three-bay by three-story plane frame. Half the frame has pre-1976 UBC ordinary details and the other half has ductile details - the odd mix is to slow down the collapse so we can observe the behavior in more detail

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  • earthquakeearly warning at theberkeleyseismo lab

    earthquakeearly warning at theberkeleyseismo lab

    ShakeAlert is the name of the public earthquake early warning system now being implemented in California, Oregon and Washington. The ElarmS algorithm developed by the UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory is one of the core ShakeAlert algorithms and is typically the source of the first alert message

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  • uc berkeley shaking table | pacific earthquake engineering

    uc berkeley shaking table | pacific earthquake engineering

    In 1969, Professor Penzien conceived the design of the world′s first modern shaking table with the assistance of Professor Clough, both UC Berkeley faculty

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  • shaking table: advanced seismic safety | berkeley engineering

    shaking table: advanced seismic safety | berkeley engineering

    Although we can’t yet predict when and where the next big earthquake will hit, the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center’s shaking table has been key in determining how structures might fare during such an event. The 20’x20’ reinforced concrete table, located at the Richmond Field Station, has been helping Berkeley engineers advance seismic research since it was unveiled in 1972 as the …

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  • shaking table - university of california, berkeley

    shaking table - university of california, berkeley

    Description Single axis shaking table composed of a light weight aluminum table attached to an MTS 244 hydraulic actuator. Scheduled for instructional use

    Read More
  • quest lab: the shaking table at uc berkeley | kqed

    quest lab: the shaking table at uc berkeley | kqed

    Sep 20, 2011 · The 20' x 20' table is one of the largest in the world to be able to move in three directions (translation and rotation) so, according to Mosalam, it's an extremely important piece of equipment at UC Berkeley and has contributed to important research that will …

    Read More
  • earthquake simulator laboratory | pacific earthquake

    earthquake simulator laboratory | pacific earthquake

    The signature piece of testing equipment at the PEER-UC Berkeley Lab is the six degree-of-freedom Shaking Table, the largest in the United States, and one of the largest in the world. The PEER-UC Berkeley Lab also houses a Large Scale Structures Lab consisting of a 20' x 60' strong floor with an integrated, reconfigurable, modular reaction wall

    Read More
  • uc berkeley simulator laboratory | pacific earthquake

    uc berkeley simulator laboratory | pacific earthquake

    The signature piece of testing equipment at the PEER-UC Berkeley Lab is the Six Degree-of-Freedom Shaking Table, the largest in the United States, and one of the largest in the world. The PEER-UC Berkeley Lab also houses a Large Scale Structures Lab consisting of a 20' x 60' strong floor with an integrated, reconfigurable, modular reaction wall

    Read More
  • structure magazine | pioneering shaking table continues to

    structure magazine | pioneering shaking table continues to

    In 1968, civil engineering faculty at the University of California, Berkeley (UC) proposed to construct a 100-foot by 100-foot welded steel shaking table, weighing 2.2 million pounds. It was to be hydraulically powered by 60 to 72 actuators, allowing operation in three translational degrees of freedom, with an acceleration capacity of 2/3 g

    Read More
  • shaking table: advanced seismic safety|berkeleyengineering

    shaking table: advanced seismic safety|berkeleyengineering

    A model for shaking tables around the world, Berkeley’s table was originally designed by civil engineering professor Joseph Penzien, with the assistance of fellow faculty member Ray Clough; researcher Dixon Rea also played a significant role in the table’s early …

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  • structure magazine | pioneeringshaking tablecontinues to

    structure magazine | pioneeringshaking tablecontinues to

    In 1968, civil engineering faculty at the University of California, Berkeley (UC) proposed to construct a 100-foot by 100-foot welded steel shaking table, weighing 2.2 million pounds. It was to be hydraulically powered by 60 to 72 actuators, allowing operation in three translational degrees of freedom, with an acceleration capacity of 2/3 g

    Read More