FEATURES OF THE THEORY OF A TWO-MASS SYSTEM WITH A RIGIDLY CONNECTED END OF THE BRIDGE, IN CONSIDERATION OF SEISMIC INFLUENCE ON HIGH-SPEED RAILWAYS
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1160-1166
AbstractAnnotation. This article discusses a two-mass system with a rigid fixation of the end part (foundation) of the bridge on high-speed railways. The results of selecting the optimal parameters of dynamic vibration dampers (DVDs) for setting stiffness and damping in the case of a two-mass system with a rigidly fixed end part of the bridge are presented. It is shown that such a solution is recommended for the case when the bridge is located in a steep gorge, the intermediate supports are high and flexible, and the end supports are quite rigid, since they give the designer a wide opportunity to choose the dimensions and rigidity of the designed seismic protection elements.
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