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Sivandi Pour A. Determination of the natural frequency of the moment connections steel beams by artificial neural networks. MCEJ. 2012; 12 (2) :113-122
URL: http://mcej.modares.ac.ir/article-16-6609-en.html
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Sensible vibration of steel beams in long spans is undesirable issue in the buildings. These beams may be vibrated during people passage, although the strength calculations of this beams to be performed, accurately and drift control index based on buildings codes to be considered. Iranian Steel Buildings Code has offered a formula for controlling of vibration of beams in building frames with pin connections in serviceability phase. However, this code has not presented criteria for beams include fixed connections. Since these beams have the considerable portion of building frames, their vibration control needs special attentions. The presented equations for determination of beams frequency are complicated and have been not used for control of buildings floor vibration. In this paper, the mentioned formula in forenamed codes has been discussed. The dynamic analysis, finite element method (FEM) and artificial neural networks (ANN) techniques have been adopted to constitute the frequency equations of the fix ends and cantilever steel beams. Comparison of resulted frequency from presented equations and ANN showed that the error is low. Furthermore, it is suggested that use proposed equations for determination of frequency of moment connection beams.
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Received: 2011/08/15 | Accepted: 2012/03/10 | Published: 2012/07/3

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