All slender structures catch, winds, rains and are exposed to things like earthquakes. The oscillation that occurs can be dangerous and make the structure work less efficient. With a Tuned Mass Damper you reduce the oscillation. This makes the particular building less vulnerable to cross wind loads, waves and earthquakes. Flow Engineering is your partner in delivering a high quality Tuned Mass Damper for all kinds of structures. They are able to prevent dynamic problems in the design phase of new structures or to solve vibration problems in existing structures. A collaboration with this Tuned Mass Damper expert guarantees a reliable structure for every client.
Prevent dynamic problems of a Tuned Mass Damper
Noticing oscillation an take action on it in the right way is very important to keep your slender structures steady and safe. Flow Engineering is a specialist in preventing dynamic problems at the design phase of any structure. They advise engineering firms, construction firms and other designers about the need of a Tuned Mass Damper or other damping solutions. By looking at drawings and other data of the planned structure, a plan is made to reduce the vibrations as much as possible. This is a good solution to prevent dynamic problems of the structure caused by strong winds, earthquakes and other natural phenomenon’s that can occur.
Different structures benefit from a Tuned Mass Damper
There are a lot more structures that make use of a Tuned Mass Damper than you think. Bridges, chimneys, flares and stacks are a few examples of structures that are exposed to many different weather conditions. Strong wind, earthquakes and vortex shedding cause a lot of damage to those structures. With a high quality Tuned Mass Pamper made by Flow Engineering your slender structure is guaranteed of a solid system that reduces oscillation. This specialist is able to advise you when designing a new structure, provide solutions for exiting structures and manufacture an entire Tuned Mass Damper system. Are you building a slender structure? Choose Flow Engineering.