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Full scale steel stud framed seismic shake test

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I attended the NASCC conference in Toronto last week. One of the SSRC
seminars included a presentation by Kara Peterman on the Stability Behavior
of Full-Scale Cold-Formed Steel Buildings Under Seismic Excitations. They
built multiple 2 storey office type structures, spanning across 2 shake
tables (50'), with OSB brace panels. They built and tested progressively
completed buildings with OSB infill, drywall and concrete block "real world" 
 floor loading. Then they shook each one .

See her blog and videos.

http://cfsnees.blogspot.ca/

It all hangs together like nothing happened.

Regards

Paul Ransom, P.Eng.

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Paul Ransom Engineering

ph 905 639-9628

PRansom(--nospam--at)PaulRansom.ca

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