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EFFECTIVENESS OF THE RBRL ISOLATION SYSTEM: EVIDENCES FROM SEISMIC TESTS AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Computational Methods in Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (COMPDYN 2015)
Keywords: Seismic isolation system for content, rolling on rubber tracks, viscoelastic indentation effect, fuse behaviour. Abstract. The Rolling-Ball Rubber-Layer (RBRL) system was developed to enable seismic isolation of low-mass structures, such as works of art or special equipment, and is very versatile, a great range of equivalent natural frequencies and coefficients of damping being achievable through the independent choice of the system parameters. The paper presents new results from adoi:10.7712/120117.5428.18432 fatcat:vuoghyn4pngerns4tklkcc5ffa