State-of-the-art review on seismic induced pounding response of bridge structures
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Seismic induced pounding damage to bridge structures was repeatedly observed in many previous major earthquakes. To avoid this adverse effect, extensive research efforts have been made by many researchers. This paper presents a state-of-the-art review in this field. It includes a brief review of the numerical modeling of bridge structures and impact models, numerical simulation of pounding responses between different components of bridge structures, experimental investigations, and pounding mitigation methods.
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