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DIN 4150-3:1999

Structural vibration - Effects of vibration on structures (FOREIGN STANDARD)

The document contains data for use in the determination and assessment of actions caused vibrations on buildings which have been designed for predominantly stationary loading where data of this nature are not given in other standards or directives. The document gives reference values, adherence to which means that damage in the sense of a reduction in the serviceability of a building will not be expected to occur. Reference values for a simplified, approximated assessment are given for some vibration effects.


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