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Research Article

Proposed Configurations for the Use of Smart Dampers with Bracings in Tall Buildings

Table 1

Modal drifts normalized to be 1 m at the top of the building.

FloorsHeight (m) -direction -direction
(m) (m) (m) (m) (m) (m)

Base-019.10048.44648.4590.01328.14728.1500.003
0–632.80055.62655.6910.06539.21239.2190.007
6–1120.50049.44949.5270.07829.80829.8160.008
11–1620.50049.44949.5370.08829.80829.8160.008
16–2120.50049.44949.5370.08829.80829.8160.008
21–2620.50049.44949.5220.07329.80829.8160.008
26–3120.50049.44949.5250.07629.80829.8160.008
31–3620.50049.44949.5310.08229.80829.8170.009
36–4120.50049.44949.5260.07729.80829.8160.008
41–4620.50049.44949.5140.06529.80829.8140.006
46–5024.30051.28551.3360.05132.76332.7680.005

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