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Static and Response Spectrum Dynamic Analysis

Z X

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Plot of Response Spectrum File 'RS-EAST'

300

0.000 (Damping RATIO)

200
Acceleration (IN/SEC^2)

0.020 (Damping RATIO)


100
0.050 (Damping RATIO)
0.100 (Damping RATIO)

0.200 (Damping RATIO)

1 2 3

Period (SEC/CYC)

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Plot of Response Spectrum File 'RS-VERT'

300

0.000 (Damping RATIO)

200
Acceleration (IN/SEC^2)

0.020 (Damping RATIO)


100
0.050 (Damping RATIO)
0.100 (Damping RATIO)

0.200 (Damping RATIO)

1 2 3

Period (SEC/CYC)

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Repeat until all Response Spectrum Curves are input in all required
directions.

Define the structure model including all static loading conditions by


executing all GTSTRUDL commands in the following two command
files:

A01-Industrial-Bm2.gti

A02-Industrial-Bm2-StaticLoads.gti

Continue using the GTSTRUDL Menu interface.

Restore the last SAVE file by double clicking on the file:

A02-Industrial-Bm2-StaticLoads.gts

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Restore the last SAVE file by double clicking on the file:

A03-Industrial-Bm2-StaticAnalResults.gts

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Restore the last SAVE file by double clicking on the file:

A04-Industrial-Bm2-EigenAnalysis.gti

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Drag and drop into the GTSTRUDL text/command window the command file
which performs the following operations since no menus for this exist at this
time:
1. Output base shear.
2. Perform the missing mass calculation.

Drag and drop the file called: 00-BaseShear_MissingMass_Commands.gti


$ -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
$ GTSTRUDL BASE SHEAR OUTPUT REFERENCE:
$ "GTSTRUDL User Guide: Analysis," Rev. 3, June 2003
$ Section 15.5.5, Page 15-144.
$ -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
$ COMPUTE AND OUTPUT TOTAL BASE SHEAR BASED ON RMS MODAL COMBINATIONS.
$ -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
LIST RESPONSE SPECTRUM BASE SHEAR MODAL COMBINATION RMS JOINTS ALL

$ *******************************************************************************
$ *******************************************************************************
$ THE FOLLOWING "MISSING MASS" COMPUTATION IS ON THE CONSERVATIVE SIDE BY **
$ COMPUTING THE MISSING MASS CONTRIBUTION FOR EACH GLOBAL DIRECTION **
$ INDEPENDENT FROM EACH OTHER GLOBAL DIRECTION. **
$ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- **
$ 1. COMPUTE ADDITIONAL FORCES DUE TO MISSING MASS EQUIVALENT LOADS, AND BASED **
$ ON THE RESPONSE SPECTRUM CURVE FOR THE CUTOFF FREQUENCY OF THE HIGHEST **
$ ACTIVE MODE REQUIRED TO ACHIEVE THE DESIRED TOTAL MASS PARTICIPATION **
$ WHEN SEPERATELY CONSIDERING EACH GLOBAL DIRECTION. **
$ **
$ 2. IN OTHER WORDS, AND FOR THIS EXAMPLE, WHEN USING GTSTRUDL'S INACTIVE **
$ MODES DIALOG TO ORDER THE MODAL FREQUENCIES IN THE: **
$ **
$ A. GLOBAL X-DIRECTION, THE HIGHEST MODE REQUIRED FOR 97.1% TOTAL MASS **
$ PARTICIPATION IN THE GLOBAL X-DIRECTION IS MODE 106 **
$ B. GLOBAL Y-DIRECTION, THE HIGHEST MODE REQUIRED FOR 80.0% TOTAL MASS **
$ PARTICIPATION IN THE GLOBAL Y-DIRECTION IS MODE 339 **
$ C. GLOBAL Z-DIRECTION, THE HIGHEST MODE REQUIRED FOR 96.4% TOTAL MASS **
$ PARTICIPATION IN THE GLOBAL Z-DIRECTION IS MODE 139 **
$ **
$ THEREFORE, THE HIGHEST FREQUENCY TO BE USED FOR THE PURPOSE OF LOCATING **
$ THE CORRESPONDING MAXIMUM ACCELERATION FROM THE RESPONSE SPECTRUM CURVES **
$ AND ASSOCIATED WITH EACH DIRECTION IS AS FOLLOWS: **
$ **
$ Global X-Direction: Mode 106 with frequency = 5.566658 Hz **
$ Global Y-Direction: Mode 339 with frequency = 13.82853 Hz **
$ Global Z-Direction: Mode 139 with frequency = 6.553060 Hz **
$ *******************************************************************************
$ *******************************************************************************

UNITS CYCLES SECOND


FORM MISSING MASS LOAD 991 'MISSING MASS LOAD' FROM RESPONSE SPECTRUM LOAD 1001 - $ GLOBAL X-DIRECTION
CUTOFF FREQUENCY 5.566658 DAMPING RATIO 0.075
FORM MISSING MASS LOAD 992 'MISSING MASS LOAD' FROM RESPONSE SPECTRUM LOAD 1002 - $ GLOBAL Z-DIRECTION
CUTOFF FREQUENCY 6.553060 DAMPING RATIO 0.075
FORM MISSING MASS LOAD 993 'MISSING MASS LOAD' FROM RESPONSE SPECTRUM LOAD 1003 - $ GLOBAL Y-DIRECTION
CUTOFF FREQUENCY 13.82853 DAMPING RATIO 0.075

LOAD LIST 991 992 993


QUERY
STIFFNESS ANALYSIS
LOAD LIST ALL
$ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Continue using the GTSTRUDL Menu interface.


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Restore the last SAVE file by double clicking on the file:

A05-Industrial-Bm2-RS_AnalysisResults.gts

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Restore the last SAVE file by double clicking on the file:

A06-Industrial-Bm2-RS+StaticAnalResults.gts

CONTINUE AS NEEDED

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End of Training

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