For developing high tension bolted frictional-slippage damper with much higher friction coefficients than conventional ones, the dynamic loading tests were conducted by using the bolted frictional-slippage connection specimens that sandwiched aluminum alloy sliding plates. In addition, for stabilization of frictional slipping behavior, specimens were also sandwiched by rubber washers. As the results, specimens using aluminum alloy sliding plates and rubber washer showed stable frictional slipping behavior. The results of these tests showed that slip coefficient of more than 0.60 for A1050P aluminum sliding plates and invariable slip coefficient of 0.36 for A2017P were confirmed respectively.
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||Journal of Structural and Construction Engineering|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|