GROUND BORNE VIBRATION

GROUND BORNE VIBRATION TUESDAY 16 OCTOBER 2018 THE ROYAL SOCIETY, LONDON
Organised by the Measurement & Instrumentation Group
GROUND BORNE VIBRATION
TUESDAY 16 OCTOBER 2018
THE ROYAL SOCIETY,
6-9 CARLTON HOUSE TERRACE, LONDON SW1Y 5AG

 

Draft Programme

0900    Registration and refreshments

0955    Welcome

1000    Assessing uncertainty related with ground-borne noise predictions
 Jorge D'Avillez, WSP
 
1030    The importance of energy flow considerations in the measurement and assessment of groundborne   vibration
 Rupert Thornely-Taylor, Rupert Taylor

1100    Refreshments

11.30    Vibration prediction for high speed trains utilising the pipe in pipe (pip) model to determine groundborne    noise levels in the vicinity of different tunnel types
Steve Summers, Accon
 
1200    Effect of sensor mounting on vibration transfer function measurements
 Simon Perry, Sigicom

1230    Lunch

1330    Ground-borne vibration from Manchester Metrolink
James Block, Aecom
 
1400    Towards simplified models for assisting with the performance evaluation of base- isolated buildings
James Talbot, Cambridge University

1430    Refreshments

1500    A sediment model with good transmission of vibration wavelets
Richard Hazelwood, R&V Hazelwood Associates
 
1530     Train speed estimation from vibration
Vincent Jurdic, Arup Acoustics

1600       Close

16 October 2018
The Royal Society
6-9 Carlton House Terrace
London, SW1Y 5AG
Event Fee(s)
IOA Members £ 183.00
Non-Members £ 222.00
IOA Young Members £ 95.00
Students £ 90.00
Retired Members £ 90.00
IOA Sponsors £ 146.00

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Event Fee(s)
IOA Members £ 183.00
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IOA Young Members £ 95.00
Students £ 90.00
Retired Members £ 90.00
IOA Sponsors £ 146.00