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Title: Analysis of Fluid-Structure Interaction in Piping Systems Excited by Seismic Actions
Authors: Moreira, Madalena
Editors: Murray, SJ
Keywords: Fuid-struture interaction
seismic actions
transient flow
piping systems
buried pipelines
Issue Date: Mar-2004
Publisher: S.J. Murray, Chester, UK.
Citation: Moreira, M. Analysis of Fluid-Structure Interaction in Piping Systems Excited by Seismic Actions, 9th International Conference on Pressure Surges – The Practical Application of Surge Analysis for Design and Operation, Vol 1 pp. 119-133 bHrGroup - The Fluid Engineering Centre. Chester, 24-26 March 2004, UK.
Abstract: This paper is about the behavior of a liquid-filled pipe system excited by seismic actions. A coupled model with strong interaction, which includes hydraulics interface coupling, Poisson coupling and junction coupling was developed. Hydrodynamic behavior of a liquid filled pipe was studied in experimental installation. Through the application and exploration of computational model it is possible to obtain some general indications for conception and design of piping systems, such as water supply systems, in order to reduce seismic vulnerability. It is also possible to present some recommendations about water supply system operation.
ISBN: 1855980525
Type: article
Appears in Collections:MED - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings

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