Data for: Gaussian-filtered Horizontal Motion (GHM) plots as a simple and efficient procedure for the identification of flexural and torsional modes of a building through the analysis of non-synchronous data acquired by a single sensor at several points

Published: 1 June 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/hb35csb67y.1
Giancarlo Dal Moro, Lorenz Keller, Thomas Weber


Data refer to the first case study presented in the paper (synchronous data). The two videos present the particle motion on the horizontal plane for the points P1 and P2 (data are filtered with a 8.37 and 12.40Hz Gaussian filter, respectively): 1) The 8.37 Hz flexural mode responsible for an oscillation along the EW axis (8.37HZ_flexural_mode.mp4); 2) The 12.40 Hz torsional mode (12.40Hz_torsional_mode.mp4).



Torsion, Engineering Seismics, Seismic Hazard, Structural Vibration, Flexure, Risk Assessment, Vibration Analysis