Environmental vibrations: prediction, monitoring, mitigation and evaluation (ISEV 2005)
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Environmental vibrations: prediction, monitoring, mitigation and evaluation (ISEV 2005): proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Environmental Vibrations, Okayama, Japan, 20-22 September, 2005 / ed. by Takemiya H. - London: Taylor & Francis, 2005. - 646 p. - ISBN 0-415-39035-4.
 
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Preface ........................................................................ XI
Organization ................................................................. XIII


Wave propagation

Sub and super seismic train induced ground vibrations-theoretical
considerations and test results ................................................. 3
A.Bodare and K.Petek

Complex eigenvalue analyses of Love and Rayleigh waves ......................... 11
S.Morio, Y.Kato and S.Teachavorasinskun

A study on damping and mitigation performance of side surfaces of foundations
on soft soil - Part 1: Forced vibration tests of foundation block with
various embedment conditions ................................................... 17
Y.Ikeda, M.Kawamura, Y.Shimomura and S.Ishimaru

A study on damping and mitigation performance of side surfaces of foundations
on soft soil - Part 2: Analysis of records of The Mid Niigata prefecture
Earthquake in 2004 and its simulations ......................................... 25
Y.Shimomura, I.Hata, Y.Ikeda and S.Ishimaru


Soil dynamics

Characteristics of stresses and settlement of ground induced by train .......... 33
Y.M.Chen, C.J.Wang, Y.P.Chen and B.Zhu

Experimental study on dynamic strain of structural soft clay under cyclic
loading ........................................................................ 43
Y.R.Chen, B.Huang and Y.M.Chen

A developed dynamic elastoplastic constitutive model of soil based on the
Davidenkov shear stress-strain skeleton curve .................................. 47
G.X.Chen and H.Y.Zhuang

Research on lateral resistance of liquefying sand .............................. 53
S.L.Feng and J.H.Wang

Discussions on dynamic triaxal tests of intact loess ........................... 59
Y.S.Luo, J.Y.Liu, J.Li and D.Y.Xie

Dynamic response of the underlying nearly saturated loess tunnel ............... 65
X.M.Zhou, T.D.Xia and P.Xu

Analysis on the 3-D elastic-plastic dynamic response of roadbed and natural
soil layer under shock load .................................................... 71
A.H.Zhou, H.R.Zhong, M.L.Lu and Y.Yuan

Measurement of reduction for ground response - Vibration test of soil-bag
and 3D-FEM analysis ............................................................ 79
K.Yahata, T.Ishibashi, Y.Kiyota and K.Sakuraba

On the load transfer mechanism of Cement-Flyash-Gravel pile in soft clay by
dynamic testing ................................................................ 87
S.Y.Liu, P.Ji, Y.Q.Zhou, D.M.Ma, N.J.Lin and M.J.Hu

Nonlinear discrete shear-slice model for dynamic analysis of seismic
response of traffic embankment under earthquake ................................ 93
M.T.Luan and Z.Li


Dynamic interaction of ground and traffic structures

The steady-state response of a periodically inhomogeneous model of a railway
track to a moving load ........................................................ 103
A.V.Metrikine

Critical velocities of Timoshenko beam on an elastic half-space under moving
load .......................................................................... 115
C.J.Wang, Y.M.Chen and X.W.Tang

Steady-state response of the plate on Kelvin foundation under moving loads .... 121
J.Q.Jiang and H.F.Zhou

Dynamic simulation of vehicle-track coupling vibrations for linear metro
system ........................................................................ 131
Y.W.Feng, Q.C.Wei, L.Gao and J.Shi

Dynamic analysis of vehicle-bridge-foundation interaction system .............. 137
N.Zhang, H.Xia and J.W.Zhan

Simulation of track vibration due to high speed train passing through track
transition with irregularity and rigidity abrupt change ....................... 145
X.Lei

Source characteristics and generation mechanism of road traffic vibrations	
and some remarks for mitigation ............................................... 153
R.Ishida and I.Masuda

Ground vibrations induced by Shinkansen high-speed trains in view of
viaduct-ground interaction .................................................... 161
X.C.Bian and H.Takemiya


Dynamics of traffic structures

Measuring the bridge frequencies from the response of a passing vehicle ....... 173
Y.B.Yang and C.W.Lin

Resonance analysis of train-bridge dynamic interaction system ................. 181
W.W.Guo, H.Xia and N.Zhang

Dynamic analysis of the light-rail-station viaduct under moving vehicle
loads ......................................................................... 189
D.S.Shan, Q.Li and X.W.Yang

Study on the dynamics vibration character of the concrete slab track in
track traffic system of linear induction motor ................................ 197
L.Liao, L.Gao and J.F.Hao

Coupled vibration analysis of X-style arch bridge and moving vehicles ......... 203
Q.Li and D.S.Shan

Analysis of railway continuous bridges subjected to running trains and
non-uniform seismic excitations ............................................... 211
Y.Han, H.Xia and N.Zhang

Study on dynamic characteristic of the EMS maglev guideway .................... 221
J.Shi, Q.C.Wei and Y.W.Feng

Modal identification from free vibration test using a neural network .......... 227
C.H.Chen and M.C.Huang


Dynamics of soil-structure interaction

Soil dynamics considerations in the automobile industry ....................... 235
R.D.Woods

Effect of foundation rigidity on train-bridge coupling vibration response ..... 243
M.M.Gao, J.Y.Pan and Y.Q.Yang

System identification of a high-speed railway bridge with consideration of
bridge-soil interaction ....................................................... 249
M.C.Huang, C.H.Chen and T.C.Chen

Vertical impedance for stiff and flexible embedded foundations ................ 255
M.Liingaard, L.Andersen and L.B.Ibsen

Dynamic response of culvert - Embankment transitions in high speed railways ... 265
Z.Q.Li, H.R.Zhang, J.K.Liu, J.Zhang and Y.F.Hou

Damage evaluation of bridge foundations considering subsoil properties ........ 271
J.W.Zhan, H.Xia and J.B.Yao

Impact analysis and absorber design for collision protection of part-buried
structures .................................................................... 279
B.Zhu and A.Y.T.Leung


Simulation of ground vibrations due to traffic and
other sources

A unified approach to numerical modelling of traffic induced vibrations ....... 291
G.Degrande and G.Lombaert

An extended analytical model including a layered embankment to simulate
ground vibrations from railway traffic ........................................ 303
A.Karlstrom and A.Bostrom

Propagation of ground vibrations induced by moving trains ..................... 311
J.Lu, H.Xia and Y.M.Cao

Evaluation of site vibration around Shinkansen viaducts under bullet train .... 317
X.He, M.Kawatani, S.Yamaguchi and S.Nishiyama

Ground vibration around adjacent buildings due to a nearby source ............. 327
H.Pezeshki and Y.Kitamura

Effect of track parameters to the ground dynamic response due to metro
train ......................................................................... 333
Y.Q.Zhang, W.Chen and W.N.Liu

The subway-train-induced vibration effects on surrounding buildings ........... 337
W.Q.Liu and J.Q.Hong


Empirical prediction of ground vibrations due to traffic
and construction work

An evaluation method for train-speed dependency of Shinkansen-induced
vibration ..................................................................... 345
H.Yokoyama, K.Ashiya and N.Iwata

Field test of a semi-empirical model for prediction of train-induced ground
vibration ..................................................................... 351
C.With and A.Bodare

Environmental ground-borne vibrations from train operations in the
US 36 Corridor (Denver-Boulder, CO) ........................................... 357
D.A.Towers

Ground vibration caused by magnetic-levitating train and its effects on
surroundings .................................................................. 363
G.Y.Gao, Z.Y.Li and Z.Q.Yue

Ground vibrations caused by impact pile driving ............................... 369
K.R.Massarsch

Three-dimensional predictive analysis of ground vibrations produced
by construction work .......................................................... 381
T.Hanazato, N.Taguchi, Y.Nagataki and Y.Ikeda

The measured vibration data of construction sites ............................. 385
H.Yoshinaga, A.Hayashi, K.Yoshida and H.Yamamoto


Mitigation theories and applications against traffic
induced ground vibrations: numerical analyses

Scattering of Rayleigh waves by heavy masses as method of protection
against traffic-induced ground vibrations ..................................... 393
V.V.Krylov

Prediction of train/traffic induced ground vibrations and mitigation by WIB ... 399
H.Takemiya

Honeycomb-WIB for mitigation of traffic-induced ground vibrations ............. 411
H.Takemiya and J.Shimabuku

Passive/Active WIB for mitigating traffic-induced vibrations .................. 419
F.Chen and H.Takemiya

Vibration screening with sheet pile walls ..................................... 429
L.Andersen and M.Liingaard

Study on vibration effects upon precise instruments due to metro train and	
mitigation measures ........................................................... 439
X.J.Sun, W.N.Liu, H.Zhai, D.Y.Ding and J.P.Guo

Theoretical study on phase interference method for passive reduction of
multiple excitation forces - Reduction method of vibration due to rhythmic
action of concert audience .................................................... 445
R.Inoue, Y.Hashimoto and Y.Yokoyama

Vibration isolation of gas/water-filled cushion wall barrier .................. 453
T.Takatani and Y.Kato


Mitigation measures against traffic induced ground
vibrations: field measurements

Some examples about ground vibration isolation using wave barriers ............ 463
K.Hayakawa

Effect of PC wall-piles weight on ground vibration isolation in the fiel
model tests ................................................................... 471
Y.Nabeshima, K.Hayakawa and Y.Kani

Experimental study of railway-induced ground vibration reduction method ....... 477
H.Suzuki, M.Kawakubo, S.Shibusawa, T.Nonaka and K.Sakai	

Development of isolation barrier for ground vibration by employing group of
embedded circular drain in the soil ........................................... 485
K.Onoda, H.Nagasawa, T.Ohshima and T.Tamura

Environmental vibration control by active piezo-actuator system ............... 493
H.Takemiya, S.Ikesue, T.Ozaki, T.Yamamoto, Y.Fujitsuka, A.Shiraga and
T.Morimitsu

Ground vibration control using PANDROL VANGUARD in a tunnel on
Guangzhou Metro Line 1 ........................................................ 499
A.Wang, S.J.Cox, L.Liu, H.Huang and S.Chan

Characteristic change of traffic vibration due to road surface continuation
on viaducts ................................................................... 507
K.Sugioka, K.Yamamura, Y.Yamamoto and Y.Sanuki

Effects of train-induced ground vibrations by stiffening structures ........... 513
N.Iwata, H.Yokoyama and K.Ashiya

Vibration characteristic of the buildings aiming at reduction of
environmental vibrations and earthquake motion ................................ 521
T.Nakamura and M.Nakamura


Building vibrations by traffic and other sources

Traffic induced vibrations of ground environments and buildings ............... 529
H.Xia, P.B.Wei, Y.M.Cao and G. De Roeck

Experimental study of moving train induced vibrations of a high-rise
building ...................................................................... 541
Y.M.Cao, H.Xia and J.W.Zhan

Centile spectra, measurement times, and statistics of ground vibration ........ 547
H.Amick, M.Gendreau and N.Wongprasert

Measurements of vibrations in a wooden apartment house due to running
trains ........................................................................ 553
S.Yokoshima, K.Hiramatsu, Y.Sano, Y.Hirao, Y.Nagaseki and T.Goto

A study on the prediction and measures of floor vibrations from aerobics ...... 561
Y.Tanaka

Traffic-induced vibrations and noises in elevated railway structures .......... 569
R.Gao and H.Xia

Establishment of evaluation method of floor vibration caused by human motion
and presentation of criterion on actual house floor ........................... 575
Y.Yokoyama and H.Ono


Assessment of environmental vibration for living condition

Committee activities on environmental vibration in Architectural Institute
of Japan ...................................................................... 587
T.Hamamoto, T.Ishikawa and T.Goto

A review of standards for evaluation of vibration in living environment and
studies of human perception of whole-body vibration ........................... 599
Y.Matsumoto and S.Kunimatsu

The transition concerning the estimation of the ground environmental
vibrations in Japan ........................................................... 607
M.Shioda

Method of evaluating of the influence of occurrence vibrations generated by
heavy traffic noise on acoustic conditions in residential buildings ........... 611
M.Niemas

The evaluation of habitability to long period wind-induced horizontal
torsional motion .............................................................. 619
S.Shindo and T.Goto

Experimental research relating to responsive appraisal of compound
vibrations and noise stimuli .................................................. 625
T.Goto, Y.Nagaseki, M.Shimura, R.Endo and Y.Kawakami

Influence of visual sensation on sense of horizontal vibration ................ 633
C.Noda and T.Ishikawa

Indoor noise levels, annoyance and countermeasures in Assiut urban sites,
Egypt ......................................................................... 639
S.A.Ali


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