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The trend in the local rotations with wall height is shown in Fig. 32. , 0 d- lq m 0 m — 0 1+ ,0 0 I 38 I J FIGURE 32. g. relative top-to-bottom displacement is larger for SS1 model so that dwplacement is shown graphiiy on both models for comparative purposes). +-- t Fixed base analysis 1 Coupled SS1analysis 1’ t I o 1 I 110-7 t I I 210-7 310-7 410-7 Looalwall rotation(rad) 1 510-7 610-7 FIGURE 33. Local wall rotations as a fimction of wall height. 0 Summary and Conclusions The analyses contained herein have demonstrated that the interaction between the NIF special equipment structures and their soil/foundations is an important, fit order factor in structural vibration stability considerations.
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