With the help and support of key researchers and practitioners in the field, this research will produce a comprehensive study of the damping technologies available for tall buildings, describing their function and relationship to other building components.
A vast amount of literature exists on the topic, mostly composed of papers published in research journals that examine detailed issues in the design, function, and effects of tall building dampers. Because of the fragmentation of sources, knowledge in the field is inaccessible by people who are interested in the topic and remains restricted to highly-specialized experts.
The present research aims at creating a comprehensive publication summarizing the state-of-the-art utility of damping systems in tall buildings. The publication will become a primary reference text that guides designers in choosing the most suitable damping systems for their projects. The guide will also provide recommendations on the use of damping systems.
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