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Research Article

Stress Response and Damage Characteristics of Local Members of a Structure due to Tunnel Blasting Vibrations Based on the High-Order Local Modal Analysis

Table 5

Natural frequencies of the masonry building for initial and updated models.

Modal no.Frequency (Hz)Modal shape

18.80First-order buckling longitudinal global deformation
212.46First-order transverse buckling global deformation
315.99Torsion global deformation
423.12Second-order longitudinal buckling global deformation
524.99Second-order transverse buckling global deformation
626.10Left side wall of second floor and front parapet wall local deformation
726.55Right side wall of second floor local deformation
828.71Right side wall of second floor local deformation
929.91Longitudinal partition wall of first floor and front parapet wall local deformation
1030.09Longitudinal partition wall of first floor local deformation
1130.16Longitudinal partition wall of first floor local deformation
1230.38Transverse partition wall of second floor and front parapet wall local deformation
1331.30Right side wall and transverse partition wall of second floor local deformation
1431.54Front parapet wall, right side wall, and transverse partition wall of second floor local deformation
1532.55Front parapet wall, right side wall, and transverse partition wall of second floor local deformation
1632.97Front parapet wall, transverse wall of first floor, and transverse partition wall of second floor local deformation
1733.60Partition wall of second floor, balcony, and front parapet wall local deformation
1833.98Balcony and front parapet wall local deformation
1935.47Balcony, transverse partition wall of second floor, and right window side wall local deformation
2036.34Balcony, transverse partition wall of second floor, and right window side wall local deformation