Shake Table Test on Seismic Performance Evaluation of the Bolted Connection Type Paneling System with Exterior Finish Material

외부마감재가 부착된 볼트접합 방식 패널링 시스템의 내진성능평가를 위한 진동대 실험

  • Oh, Sang Hoon (School of Urban, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Pusan National University) ;
  • Park, Jong Won (Research Institute of Industrial Science&Technology) ;
  • Park, Hae Yong (Seismic Simulation Test Center, Pusan National University)
  • 오상훈 (부산대학교 건설융합학부) ;
  • 박종원 (포항산업과학연구원) ;
  • 박해용 (부산대학교 지진방재연구센터)
  • Received : 2017.10.25
  • Accepted : 2017.12.11
  • Published : 2018.01.01


In this study, we conducted a shake table test to verify the seismic performance of the paneling system with steel truss composed of bolt connections. The control group was set to the traditional paneling system with steel truss connected by spot welding method. Test results showed that the bolted connection type paneling system has excellent deformation capacity without cracking or brittle fracture of the steel truss connection parts compared to the welding type paneling system. Furthermore, in the bolted connection type, slight damage occurred at the time of occurrence of the same story drift angle as compared with the existing method, it is considered that it has excellent seismic performance. In compliance with the performance-based design recommended for the current code (ASCE 41-13) on non-structural components, it is judged that in the case of the bolted connection type paneling system, it can be applied to all risk category structures without restriction. However, in the case of traditional paneling system with spot welding method, it is considered that it can be applied limitedly.


Supported by : (재)포항산업과학연구원


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