Vibration issues in timber structures: A state-of-the-art review

Angelo Aloisio, Dag Pasquale Pasca, Yuri De Santis, Thomas Hillberger, Pier Francesco Giordano, Marco Martino Rosso, Roberto Tomasi, Maria Pina Limongelli, Chiara Bedon

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The increasing use of timber structures worldwide has brought attention to the challenges posed by their lightweight nature, making them more prone to vibrations than more massive structures. Consequently, significant research efforts have been dedicated to understanding and mitigating vibrations in timber structures, while scientific committees strive to establish suitable design regulations. This study aims to classify and identify the main research themes related to timber structure vibrations and highlight future research needs and directions. A bibliometric-based selection process briefly introduces each research topic, presenting the latest findings and proposals for vibration design in timber structures. The paper emphasizes the key outcomes and significant contributions to understanding and addressing vibration issues in timber structures. These findings serve as valuable guidance for researchers, designers, and regulatory bodies involved in designing and assessing timber structures subjected to vibrations.

Originalspråkengelska
Artikelnummer107098
TidskriftJournal of Building Engineering
Volym76
DOI
StatusPublished - 2023

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