Dynamic Modeling of Parthenon Pronaos

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3DEC 7.00

Level: Intermediate
Runs in Demo: No

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This example models a column-architrave classical structure subjected to earthquake loading. The structure modeled is the SE corner of the Parthenon (Athens, Greece) and earthquake motion histories are from the 6.2 Kalamata earthquake of 1986. The ground motion was amplified by different amounts to observe the effect on the structure.

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  • Rigid Blocks

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  • Static
  • Dynamic
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