Thursday, January 15, 2015 Meeting - Floor Vibrations – Frequently Asked Questions and More

  • 15 Jan 2015
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Maggiano's Little Italy - Northpark Center

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Floor Vibrations – Frequently Asked Questions and More

Thomas Murray, PhD, PE, Emeritus Professor of Structural Steel
Design, Department of Civil Engineering, Virginia Tech, Radford, VA

The AISC/CISC Design Guide 11 "Floor Vibrations due to Human Activity" is widely used by designers to assess floor vibration serviceability. This presentation will answer many frequently asked questions about its use: How to estimate vibration loadings, damping, floor width and length. How to analyze long span deck floors, monumental stairs, and alternate bay framing.  How to use finite element analysis to analyze floors.  And, more.

Tom Murray is Emeritus Professor of Structural Steel Design at Virginia Tech and is the first author of the AISC/CISC Design Guide 11, “Floor Vibrations due to Human Activity”. He has published many papers on the subject of floor vibrations and has presented seminars on the subject in numerous countries.  Tom is a member of the American Institute of Steel Construction and the American Iron and Steel Institute specification committees, as well as, the AISC Committee on Manuals and Textbooks.  He has received excellence in teaching awards from the University of Oklahoma, Virginia Tech, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and AISC.  In February 2002, he was elected to the National Academy of Engineering and in 2012 he was named a Distinguished Member of ASCE.   He is a graduate of Iowa State University, Lehigh University and the University of Kansas, where he received his PhD.

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