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Build a shake tablea device engineers use to simulate the backandforth shaking of an earthquake Design a building that’s stable and sturdy enough to survive an earthquake Test your building on the shake table and see what happens

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Earthquake Shake Table  Michigan Technological
Earthquake Shake Table Michigan Technological

armature to shake platform Fig 14 Note the twist in the armature for strength Step 3 Lock hex bolt in electric drillFigures 15 and 16 show the final product When using the shake table secure it to the table it is resting on using clamps This will prevent the shake table from walking when the

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Earthquake Shake Table – Center for STEM Education
Earthquake Shake Table – Center for STEM Education

After the structures are tested to failure students can take turns standing on the shake table to get a feel for what it is like to be in the middle of a mild earthquake

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Set Your Table for a Sweet and Sticky Earthquake Shake
Set Your Table for a Sweet and Sticky Earthquake Shake

With your simple handpowered shake table you cannot shake real sand fast enough to achieve liquefaction so instead a cornstarch mixture is used which can support a test house when there is no shaking going on but that behaves more like a liquid under the influence of handpowered shaking

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Shake Table II  Quanser
Shake Table II Quanser

The Quanser Shake Table II is a midsize openarchitecture singleaxis earthquake simulator ideal for teaching structural dynamics vibration isolation feedback control and other control topics related to earthquake aerospace and mechanical engineering

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NHERI  UC San Diego  NEESUCSD Outdoor Shake Table
NHERI UC San Diego NEESUCSD Outdoor Shake Table

The funds will enable the simulator also commonly known as a shake table to more realistically recreate the motion of the ground during strong earthquakes After the upgrade the facility wiII be able to test the heaviest test specimens in the world from multistory buildings to bridge columns bridge bents wind turbines with a full range of ground motions that can occur during an earthquake

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Shake It Up Engineering for Seismic Waves  Activity
Shake It Up Engineering for Seismic Waves Activity

For the shake tables a wooden board must serve as a base that can move around to simulate the ground movement during an earthquake The goal is to create shake tables that move in ways that resemble the different types of seismic waves

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Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills  Select Your ShakeOut
Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills Select Your ShakeOut

Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills help people in homes schools and organizations worldwide improve preparedness and practice how to be safe during earthquakes Register to participate in your state or countrys drill at

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Home  Quake Shake Table
Home Quake Shake Table

Quake Shake Table was created after years of engineering student events and being frustrated with what we felt was the standard assortment of Civil Engineering and

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Parkfield Earthquake Shake Table Exhibit
Parkfield Earthquake Shake Table Exhibit

The shake table exhibit envisioned promoting earthquake awareness and preparedness for Californians by merging earthquake science and art in an innovative interactive display It was a collaboration between USGS seismologist Andy Michael and Australian artist DV Rogers

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Set Your Table for a Sweet and Sticky Earthquake Shake
Set Your Table for a Sweet and Sticky Earthquake Shake

With your simple handpowered shake table you cannot shake real sand fast enough to achieve liquefaction so instead a cornstarch mixture is used which can support a test house when there is no shaking going on but that behaves more like a liquid under the influence of handpowered shaking

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Teacher Tip Simulate an Earthquake with EasytoMake
Teacher Tip Simulate an Earthquake with EasytoMake

To simulate a quake in the classroom you need to create a simple testing device called a “shake table” Your educator guide and engineering journal give detailed instructions for making one using selfadhesive foam two notebooksized foam core boards 2 clear plastic tubes hex nuts and common office supplies like tape and rubber bands

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Shake Tables  Structural Engineering and Earthquake
Shake Tables Structural Engineering and Earthquake

For earthquake simulations one of the services we provide are shake tables Currently there are two relocatable 70m x 70m platforms with sixdegrees of freedom Each table is capable of 50 tons payload

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Simulating How an Earthquake Shakes an Area
Simulating How an Earthquake Shakes an Area

The primary shaker table is an inexpensive but useful tool for demonstrating weak moderate and strong earthquake damage to children It is called a primary shaker table because it can move in only one direction It is thus not a fully correct analog to the many directions of motion in a real earthquake

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Shake Tables  Center for Civil Engineering Earthquake
Shake Tables Center for Civil Engineering Earthquake

The Center has three biaxial shake tables in operation Manufactured by MTS each table measures 14 x 146 ft 43 x 45 m has a stroke of ±12 in ± 300 mm and can reach a peak velocity of 40 insec 1000 mmsec and an acceleration of 1g with a 50 ton payload 445 kN

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Shake It Up Engineering for Seismic Waves  Activity
Shake It Up Engineering for Seismic Waves Activity

For the shake tables a wooden board must serve as a base that can move around to simulate the ground movement during an earthquake The goal is to create shake tables that move in ways that resemble the different types of seismic waves

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ShakeMap  USGS Earthquake Hazard Program
ShakeMap USGS Earthquake Hazard Program

ShakeMap is a product of the USGS Earthquake Hazards Program in conjunction with the regional seismic networks ShakeMaps provide nearrealtime maps of ground motion and shaking intensity following significant earthquakes

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Shake table – LEGO Engineering
Shake table – LEGO Engineering

Aug 12 2014 · The table can be coded in LEGO MINDSTORMS So far we have developed MINDSTORMS EV3 code for a random earthquake simulator and for one that starts slow and ramps up to top speed Building the shake table itself is an exercise in using gear trains translating rotational motion into linear motion and combining power sources to run the same gears

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Building the Tallest Tower  Science Project
Building the Tallest Tower Science Project

A shake table is a special type of table that engineers use to simulate an earthquake on model buildings One very large shake table is at the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center PEER at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering University of California Irvine

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Faking quakes at full scale Giant shake tables simulate
Faking quakes at full scale Giant shake tables simulate

It was the largest seismic experiment ever conducted on a fullsize building and it was carried out on the world’s biggest earthquakesimulating shake table inside a cavernous hangar at the Japanese National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention’s EarthDefense facility “EDefense” for short in the city of Miki Japan In a series of tests engineers programmed the massive 20meterby

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Earthquake Simulator Laboratory  Pacific Earthquake
Earthquake Simulator Laboratory Pacific Earthquake

The Earthquake Shaking Table dedicated in 1972 was the first modern Shaking Table and is still the largest sixdegreeoffreedom 6 DOF Shaking Table in the United States The Shaking Table is configured to produce three translational components of motion vertical and two horizontal plus three rotational components pitch roll and yaw

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Collaboration on NEES Testing  Simpson StrongTie
Collaboration on NEES Testing Simpson StrongTie

The condo building was subjected to Japans EDefense EarthDefense shake table which simulates the ground motions of an earthquake Located just north of Kobe in Miki City Japan the EDefense shake table measures approximately 65 by 49 ft and can support building experiments weighing up to 25 million pounds

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