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engr567 (Structural) (OP)
26 Mar 12 16:50
Is there an equation in ASCE or IBC to calculate the fundamental natural frequency of the building to determine if the structure is rigid or flexible? Appreciate any help.

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fancypants (Structural)
26 Mar 12 17:18
Yes,look in the ASCE commentary. When ASCE mentions something it is always a good idea to look in the commentary.
engr567 (Structural) (OP)
26 Mar 12 17:43
got it. thanx.

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