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JDR Vol.5 No.4 pp. 417-425
(2010)
doi: 10.20965/jdr.2010.p0417

Paper:

Parametric Study on the Floor Response Spectra and the Damage Potential of Aircraft Impact Induced Vibratory Loading

Anton Andonov, Kiril Apostolov, Dimitar Stefanov, and Marin Kostov

Risk Engineering Ltd., 10 Vihren Str, Pavlovo, Sofia 1618, Bulgaria

Received:
March 15, 2010
Accepted:
April 22, 2010
Published:
August 1, 2010
Keywords:
large aircraft impact, reactor building, nonlinear dynamic analysis, floor response spectra
Abstract

Assessment of the effects of a large aircraft impact on a NPP reactor building are the basic topics of the present work. The focus is on the dynamic response of the internal sub-structures, by means of floor response spectra. Factors influencing the floor response spectra, as the nonlinearities of the impact area, load time function shape and the impact velocity are pointed out and subsequent conclusions are made. Alternative motion parameters for assessment of the damage potential and procedure for indirect assessment of the equipment capacity are also discussed.

Cite this article as:
Anton Andonov, Kiril Apostolov, Dimitar Stefanov, and Marin Kostov, “Parametric Study on the Floor Response Spectra and the Damage Potential of Aircraft Impact Induced Vibratory Loading,” J. Disaster Res., Vol.5, No.4, pp. 417-425, 2010.
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