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Design of Floors for Vibration: A New Approach

Without proper understanding of floor vibration, structures can become “bouncy” leading to unstable floors and buildings.

SCI’s guidance document Design of Floors for Vibration: A New Approach has been written to enable designers to determine the vibration response of sensitive floors with improved accuracy.

This guidance offers a comparison between BS 6472 and ISO 10137 for general structures and with specific NHS performance standards for hospitals, Health Technical Memorandum 08-01

It includes design guidance for all types of floor construction using steel members. Reference is given to recent research and measurements in a variety of buildings that have demonstrated the good quality vibration performance that can be achieved with composite floors.

SCI Members £40 + P&P and £80 + P&P to Non SCI Members

Catalogue number: P354
ISBN number: 978-185942-176-5

Authors: A L Smith, S J Hicks, P J Devine
Pagination: 128 pp 
Pages: A4 Paperback 
Publication date: June 2007

To purchase your copies please contact:
SCI +44 (0) 1344 636505
www.steel-sci.org


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