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dc.contributor.authorSoliman, H O-
dc.contributor.authorDatta, T K-
dc.identifier.citationJournal of Sound and Vibration ,180 ( 3 ) 459-473en
dc.description.abstractThe response of a piping system having flexible supports to non-stationary random ground motion is presented. The response is regarded as a Gauss-Markov process. The dynamic resistances ofered by the supports are specified in terms of stifness and damping. The excitations at the supports are non-stationary filtered white noise processes with filters driven by evolutionary white noise representing the bed rock motion.Several illustrative example problems for a typical piping system are solved. Also the response for a particular example obtained by spectral analysis in the frequency domain is compared with that obtained by the present method of analysis in order to investigate the relative efficiencies of both methods.en
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dc.subjectnon-stationary randomen
dc.subjectGauss-Markov processen
dc.subjectevolutionary white noise representingen
dc.subjectinvestigate the relative e.cienciesen
dc.titleThe Seismic Responce of a Piping System to Non-Stationary Random Ground Motionen
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