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Mini – Symposia Session 2

Mini-Symposia Session 2: Vibration Serviceability Assessment of Long-Span Structures

MS02-01 Serviceability Limit States of Lateral Vibration of Footbridges Induced by Pedestrians Estimated by Field Measurements by Shunichi Nakamura and Hitoshi Nakamura
MS02-02 Pedestrian-Induced Vibration and Control of Footbridge – Experiments, Modeling and Application by Limin Sun
MS02-03 Calculating the Lateral Vibration Response of Footbridge Through Monte Carlo Simulation Method by Y. Zhang and Z.G. Song
MS02-04 Calculation Method of the Human-Induced Vibration Response of Long Span Floor Structures by W.H. Qin, Z. Xi, J.H. Zhang, J.J. Lin, and Z.Q. Li
MS02-05 Field Test and Dynamic Characteristics of the Long-Span Floors under Human-Induced Loads by Na Yang, Zhenlin Liu, Qingshan Yang, and Sisi He
MS02-06 Three Directions Walking Footfall Load Model Based on 3D Gait Analysis Experiment by Yixin Peng, Jun Chen, and You-Lin Xu
MS02-07 Technologies for Vibration Serviceability of Long Span Footbridges in Singapore by J.M.W. Brownjohn and P. Fok
MS02-08 Assessment of Damping Properties of An As-built Long-span Concrete Floor through Long-term Field Monitoring by Shixin Yan and Jun Chen
MS02-09 Influence of Group Size on Floor Vibration Induced by Human Walking Through Field Testing by M.S. Zhang, J. Chen, and W. Liu
MS02-10 Stochastic Model of Vertical Loads Caused by Human Jumping by Haoqi Wang, Jun Chen, and Ling Wang
MS02-11 Structural Health Monitoring of an Alaska Bridge by J. Leroy Hulsey, Feng Xiao and Gang S. Chen
MS02-12 Monitoring of the Aqueduct of Queretaro during the Expansion Works to Increase Traffic Capacity by S. E. Crespo, F. J. Carrión and J. A. Quintana