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Case Study Webinar Numerical Modelling of Dynamic Phenomena in Geotechnical Engineering January 25, 2022 (Tuesday)
- Time 1: GMT 6am / SGT 2pm / AEDT 5pm / NZDT 7pm
- Time 2: GMT 11am / BST 12pm / CEST 1pm / CAT 1pm / GST 3pm / IST 4:30pm | Duration : 60 min

Dynamic analysis is the study of the response of a structural system subjected to a load changing over time (dynamic loading). The response of the system can be obtained by actual measurements of vibrations on the object or by simulating these vibrations using the Finite Element Method engineering program.


Dynamic analysis will ensure not only safety, but also comfort for people. Legal regulations clearly impose the necessity to perform a dynamic analysis for all structural objects within the range of the impact of vibrations (e.g. Standard EN 1990 - Basics of Structural Design, Standard EN 1998-1 Eurocode 8: Design of structures for earthquake resistance, Standard EN 1997-1Geotechnical Design).


Engineering structures are constantly exposed to various types of dynamic impact, the source of which may be both natural phenomena occurring on the earth's surface (e.g., wind load) and under its surface caused by the movements of the earth's crust, as well as vibrations caused by human activity, resulting from, among others :


- the operation of machines

- moving vehicles

- construction work

- rock busts in mines

  • Guest Speaker
    Natalia Pietrzak Head Structural Engineer at DynaFEA Solutions
    Ph.D. in technical sciences at Krakow University of Technology




Specialists in numerical simulations, dynamic analysis, and untypical engineering analysis. Dynafea Solutions combines scientific knowledge and practice. Thanks to qualified engineers and scientists, we have a practical approach supported by scientific knowledge


We will help you with:


• Checking the safety of existing structures and even those in the design phase in the vicinity of a metro tunnel, tram, or railway track

• Designing foundations for machines

• In situ measurement of vibrations/accelerations or simulation of these vibrations (any source of vibrations)

the selection of vibration isolation/construction changes due to additional dynamic excitation



01 Seismic Soil-Structure Interaction (SSI) Definition

02 Role of Finite Element Modelling and Types of Dynamic Analysis

03 Seismic Boundary Conditions and Different Types of Dynamic Loading

04 Application of the Information Provided on the Example of a Driven Pile

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