JP5421236B2 - Building wall damping structure construction method - Google Patents

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JP5421236B2
JP5421236B2 JP2010293336A JP2010293336A JP5421236B2 JP 5421236 B2 JP5421236 B2 JP 5421236B2 JP 2010293336 A JP2010293336 A JP 2010293336A JP 2010293336 A JP2010293336 A JP 2010293336A JP 5421236 B2 JP5421236 B2 JP 5421236B2
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The present invention relates to a method for constructing a damping structure for a building wall that can absorb and attenuate vibration energy caused by an earthquake.
  When a damping member that absorbs and attenuates vibration energy due to an earthquake is incorporated in a building, it is desirable to effectively exhibit the damping performance (damping force) of the damping member from the viewpoint of the cost of the damping structure. When providing a vibration control member on a brace provided diagonally between the columns of the wall, if the rigidity of the joint between the brace and the column is low, the damping performance of the vibration control member cannot be effectively exhibited.
By the way, conventionally, when a square steel pipe is used as a column of a building, the square steel pipe column is installed in a direction in which one tube wall flat surface is parallel to the column arrangement direction. In this case, the other flat surface of the tube wall is perpendicular to the column arrangement direction. However, in the following explanation, the direction of such a square steel tube column is simply “the tube wall flat surface is parallel to the column arrangement direction. It will be expressed as
The same applies to the case where the vibration control member is incorporated in the brace of the building wall. For example, the “damping structure of the building wall” disclosed in Patent Document 1 has the rectangular frame 17 as the vibration control member (viscoelastic damper 20). The column 12 to which the end of the brace 15 is joined in FIG. 1 of Patent Document 1 is a square steel pipe (see paragraph number [0019]), and the square steel pipe column. The flat surface of the tube wall is clearly parallel to the column arrangement direction from the entire specification and drawings. 16 and 17 shown as conventional examples in Patent Document 1, the flat surface of the tube wall of the rectangular column 1A is shown in parallel with the column arrangement direction.
Moreover, in the “damping structure of a lightweight steel frame house” in Patent Document 2, the column 2 shown in FIG. 3 of Patent Document 2 is formed by joining C-shaped steel in the width direction (therefore, a square shape). The tube wall flat surface of the square column 2 is parallel to the column arrangement direction (because the joined lines of the two C-shaped steels joined are shown in the front view).
  FIG. 7 is a simplified view of a conventional damping structure in which a damping member is incorporated in a wall of a building using a square steel pipe as a column as described above, 31 is a square steel pipe column, and 32 is H A steel beam made of shaped steel, 33 is a brace, 34 is a vibration control member provided at an intermediate portion of the brace 33, and 35 is a base or foundation or downstairs beam. The brace 33 is fixed to a gusset plate 36 fixed to the square steel pipe column 31 by welding. In this case, the gusset plate 36 is fixed by welding perpendicularly to the flat surface of the tube wall of the square steel pipe column 31 as shown in FIG.
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In the seismic control structure as shown in FIG. 7, when a horizontal force is applied to the building due to an earthquake or the like, the deformation state is broken in FIGS. 8 (a), (b), and (c) by the axial force from the brace 33. As schematically shown by a and a ′, the tube wall of the square steel pipe column 31 may be deformed in the out-of-plane direction. Moreover, there exists a possibility that the square steel pipe column pipe wall near the gusset plate welding part which is a junction part with a square steel pipe column may destroy early. In the same figure, a and a 'show the deformation | transformation state in case the pipe wall of the square steel pipe column 31 receives a compressive force and a tensile force from the brace 33, respectively.
In such a case, the damping performance of the damping member cannot be effectively used unless the plate thickness of the square steel pipe column is increased to increase the rigidity. However, it is uneconomical to increase the rigidity of the rectangular steel pipe column in accordance with the damping member.
If it does so, it will be necessary to use the damping member with low damping performance as a damping member, and it cannot be set as the damping structure of desired performance.
Both of the vibration control structures of Patent Document 1 and Patent Document 2 are mainly intended to effectively utilize the damping performance of the vibration control member (paragraph number [0005] of Patent Document 1 and [0005] of Patent Document 2). However, in any case, the axial force from the brace causes out-of-plane deformation in the tube wall of the square steel pipe column, which is insufficient in that respect.
The present invention has been made based on the above background, and has a structure for controlling the vibration of a building wall that can effectively exhibit the damping performance of the vibration control member by reducing the rigidity restriction on the square steel pipe column side. The purpose is to provide a construction method .
The invention according to claim 1 which solves the above-mentioned problem is that when the building wall portion includes a square steel pipe column 1 and a steel beam 2 having a square cross section, one adjacent square steel pipe column 1 and the other square steel pipe column. 1 between the cylindrical member 16 and the other cylindrical member 15 with a viscoelastic damper 17 formed by interposing a viscoelastic body 17 between the inner and outer surfaces thereof. A building wall damping structure construction method for building a building wall damping structure comprising diagonally connecting braces 3 made of square steel pipes interposed in a part,
One of the square steel pipe pillars 1 and the upper part 21 of the brace 3 above the vibration control member are integrally provided, and one re-shaped structure forming a reverse shape, and the other square steel pipe pillar 1 and The other re-shaped structures which are integrally formed with the lower part 22 of the vibration control member of the brace 3 to form a re-shape are manufactured in advance at the factory,
The one reshaped structure has a top plate 9 for fixing the upper end of the square steel pipe column to the beam at the upper end of the one square steel pipe column, and a lower end of the square steel pipe column at the lower end. The base plate 7 for fixing the base plate or the lower floor beam is fixed by welding, and the upper gusset plate 12 is welded to the corner portion of the upper end portion of the one square steel pipe column so as to form a diagonal direction of the rectangular cross section. Fixing and manufacturing the upper gusset plate 12 by welding and fixing the upper end portion of the upper portion 21 from the vibration control member of the brace,
The other re-shaped structure has a top plate 9 for fixing the upper end of the square steel pipe column to the beam at the upper end of the other square steel pipe column, and a lower end of the square steel pipe column at the lower end. The base plate 7 for fixing the base plate or the lower floor beam to each other is welded and fixed, and the lower gusset plate 13 is formed at the corner portion of the lower end portion of the other square steel pipe column so as to form a diagonal direction of the rectangular cross section. Fixing by welding and manufacturing the lower gusset plate 13 by welding and fixing the lower end portion of the lower portion 22 from the vibration control member of the brace,
At the construction site, the square steel pipe columns of the one reshaped structure and the other reshaped structure are respectively foundation 5 or lower floor beam with the flat surface of the tube wall inclined 45 ° with respect to the column arrangement direction. And the top plate at the upper end of each square steel pipe column is fixed to the beam 2 respectively.
The upper end portion of the one cylindrical member 16 and the lower end portion of the other cylindrical member 15 of the damping member 4 are respectively connected to the lower end portion of the upper portion 21 from the damping member of the brace in the one reshaped structure. And the other braided structure is connected to the upper end portion of the lower portion 22 of the brace of the brace by a bolt.
In the invention of claim 2, the lower end portion of the upper portion 21 of the one braided structure body and the upper end portion of the one cylindrical member 16 of the vibration control member are connected by bolts. By connecting the upper end of the lower portion 22 of the brace damping member of the other braided structure and the lower end of the other cylindrical member 15 of the damping member with a bolt, N-shaped seismic control structure which is N-shaped by integrally comprising the reshaped structure of the other, the other reshaped structure and the damping member 3,
  At the construction site, the base plates at the lower ends of the left and right rectangular steel pipe columns of the N-type damping structure manufactured in advance at the factory are respectively fixed to the foundation 5 or the lower floor beam, and the upper ends of the left and right rectangular steel pipe columns are fixed. The top plate is fixed to the beam 2, respectively.
  According to a third aspect of the present invention, in the method for constructing a vibration control structure for a building wall according to the first or second aspect, when the one reshaped structure and the other reshaped structure are manufactured in advance in a factory, The gusset plate 12 in the reshaped structure is welded and fixed not only to the corner portion of the upper end portion of the square steel pipe column but also to the top plate 9.
According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, in the method for constructing a vibration control structure for a building wall according to the second aspect, when the one reshaped structure and the other reshaped structure are each manufactured in advance in a factory, the other reshaped structure is provided. The gusset plate 13 in the structure is welded and fixed not only to the corner portion at the lower end of the square steel pipe column but also to the base plate 7.
According to the present invention, the flat wall surface of the square steel pipe column is inclined by 45 ° with respect to the column arrangement direction. Therefore, the brace with the damping member interposed in the middle portion is connected to the square steel pipe column and the square steel pipe column. When attaching diagonally between them, a joint member (such as a gusset plate) for joining the brace and the square steel pipe column can be welded and fixed to the corner of the square cross section diagonal direction of the square steel pipe column.
In this case, when the axial force from the brace is transmitted to the square steel pipe column, the axial force is transmitted as an in-plane force of the square steel pipe. FIG. 2A shows the axial force from the brace as P, and the in-plane forces transmitted to the square steel pipe columns as P 1 and P 2 . For this reason, it becomes more advantageous than the conventional stress state where the axial force acts on the flat surface of the tube wall in the out-of-plane direction, and the deformation of the square steel pipe column and the joint member welded joint of the square steel pipe column accompanying it are destroyed. Fear is significantly reduced.
Therefore, there is little possibility that the damping performance of the damping member cannot be exhibited due to the rigidity restriction on the square steel pipe column side, and the damping performance of the damping member can be used effectively. Moreover, when the thing of the same cross section is used as a square steel pipe column, it can be set as a building with high damping performance by employ | adopting a damping member with high damping performance.
In addition, when a square steel pipe column is installed on the foundation, the axial force acting on the brace is transmitted to the foundation via the square steel pipe column, base plate, and anchor bolts. Since the direction is 45 ° with the column arrangement direction, when the square base plate is fixed to the foundation with the four anchor bolts, the position of the anchor bolt is the position facing the flat surface of the square steel pipe column.
Therefore, the position of the anchor bolt can be made closer to the center side of the base plate, and the size of the base plate can be reduced.
Thereby, the material cost of the base plate can be reduced. In addition, the width of the concrete foundation can be narrowed, and the construction cost of the foundation can be reduced.
Normally, if the base plate welded and fixed to the column can be fixed to the foundation with four anchor bolts, the area of the base plate or the width of the foundation will result in insufficient rigidity of the fixed part to the foundation of the column. There is no.
(A) is a front view of the vibration control structure of the building wall part of one Example of this invention, (b) is AA sectional drawing which showed typically (a). (A) is an enlarged BB sectional view of FIG. 1, and (b) is an enlarged CC sectional view of FIG. It is a figure explaining that the base plate of a column base part and the top plate of a column head can be made small size by this invention, (A) is the conventional column base part, (B) is the column base part of this invention, (C) Represents a conventional column head, and (d) represents a column head of the present invention. (A) is an enlarged view of the part of the damping member in FIG. 1, (b) is a left side view of only the upper part of (b), and (c) is an enlarged DD cut sectional view of (b). (A) is a front view of the vibration control structure of a building wall part when a stud is provided in the embodiment of FIG. 1, and (b) is an EE cross-sectional view schematically shown in (b). FIG. 6 is a diagram illustrating a hole for penetrating a damping member formed in the stud of FIG. 5, and is a side view showing an enlarged part of the stud. (A) is the front view which showed typically the vibration control structure of the conventional building wall part, (b) is FF sectional drawing which showed (b) typically. Explaining the problems of the conventional damping structure shown in Fig. 7, (a), (b), (c) are cross sections near the joint between the gusset plate welded and fixed to the brace and the square steel pipe column. It is a figure explaining a deformation | transformation state with a figure, a front view, and a left view.
Hereinafter, a building wall vibration control structure construction method and a built building wall vibration control structure according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
FIG. 1 (a) is a front view of a building wall vibration control structure constructed by the building wall vibration control structure construction method of the present invention, and (b) is a cross-sectional view taken along line A-A schematically shown in (b). It is.
The target building in the embodiment is a steel apartment house such as a two-story building using a square steel pipe as a column and H-shaped steel as a beam, and the building wall has a rectangular steel pipe column 1 and H-shaped steel. This is a brace surface comprising a top beam 2 and a brace attached diagonally between the adjacent square steel pipe column 1 and the square steel pipe column 1. The vibration control member 4 is provided in the middle part of the brace 3 as shown in the example for a part (one place or a plurality of places) of the plurality of brace structures in the building.
In the present invention, as shown in FIG. 1 (b), the square steel pipe column 1 is arranged with its flat tube wall surface aligned as shown in the middle of the square steel tube column 1 in FIG. 1 (b). It is installed at an angle of 45 ° with respect to the direction (left and right in FIG. In the embodiment, a square steel pipe of □ -75 × 75 × 4.5 mm is used as the square steel tube column 1. The column height in the illustrated example is 2632 mm and the column interval is 910 mm.
This embodiment is a first floor portion of a building, and a square steel pipe column 1 is erected on a foundation (concrete foundation) 5. That is, as shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2 (B), the base plate 7 welded and fixed to the lower end surface of the square steel pipe column 1 is fixed to the foundation 5 with anchor bolts 8 (simplified).
Further, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2A, a top plate 9 welded and fixed to the upper end surface of the square steel pipe column 1 is fixed to a flange portion of the H-shaped steel (upper beam) 2 with bolts 10.
In addition, in the Example, although the damping structure of this invention is applied to the 1st floor part of a building, it can also be applied to the 2nd floor part. In that case, the lower end of the square steel pipe column is a beam. However, the pillar may be a through pillar.
In the embodiment, a square steel pipe having the same size as the square steel pipe used for the square steel pipe column 1 is used as the brace 3. In addition, as for the square steel pipe of the brace 3, as shown in the cross-sectional view in the brace part of FIG.
The upper part (brace upper part) 21 of the brace 3 having the damping member 4 in the middle part is welded and fixed to the gusset plate 12 welded and fixed to the upper end part of the square steel pipe column 1, and the lower part ( The brace lower part) 22 is welded and fixed to a gusset plate 13 which is welded and fixed to the lower end portion of the square steel pipe column 1. The gusset plates 12 and 13 have a thickness of 12 mm, for example.
As shown in FIGS. 2 (a) and 2 (b), the gusset plates 12 and 13 each have a corner in the diagonal direction of the square cross section with respect to the square steel pipe column 1 (the corner (corner) instead of the flat surface of the tube wall). Part) ) is fixed by welding. The gusset plate 12 is also fixed to the top plate 9 by welding, and the gusset plate 13 is also fixed to the base plate 7 by welding.
The vibration control member 4, as shown in FIG. 4 (a), (b), (c), is interposed a viscoelastic body 17 between one of the inner tubular member 16 and the other of the outer tubular member 15 It is a viscoelastic damper with a structure.
The outer cylinder member 16 has a split structure in which half cylinders 16 'and 16' having ears on both sides of a substantially U-shape are opposed to each other and the ears are fixed to each other, and the viscoelastic body 17 is firmly sandwiched.
The outer cylinder member 16 includes two plate-like attachment portions 16b that are spaced from each other and extend from the tubular portion 16a, and is provided between the two plate-like attachment portions 16b on the lower end surface of the brace upper portion (square steel pipe) 21. The joint plate 21b welded and fixed is sandwiched between the attachment end face plate 21a fixed by welding, and is fastened and fixed by bolts 25 as shown in FIG.
The inner cylinder member 15 includes two plate-like attachment portions 15b that are fixed to the pipe portion 15a and spaced from the pipe portion 15a, and a brace lower portion (square shape) is provided between the two plate-like attachment portions 15b. (Steel pipe) 22, a joint plate 22 b welded and fixed to an attachment end surface plate 22 a fixed by welding to the upper end surface of the steel pipe 22 is sandwiched and fixed with bolts.
In the above-mentioned building wall seismic control structure, the flat wall surface of the square steel pipe column 1 is inclined 45 ° with respect to the column arrangement direction, so that the brace 3 with the damping member 4 interposed in the middle is square. When installing diagonally between the steel pipe column 1 and the square steel tube column 1, the brace 3 and the square steel tube column 1 are joined (the upper end of the brace upper portion 21 and the upper end of one square steel tube column 1 or under the brace). The gusset plates 12 and 13 that join the lower end portion of the side portion 22 and the lower end portion of the other square steel pipe column 1 can be welded and fixed to the corners of the square cross section diagonal direction of the square steel pipe column 1.
In this case, when the axial force from the brace 3 is transmitted to the square steel pipe column 1, the axial force is transmitted as an in-plane force of the square steel pipe. FIG. 2A shows the axial force from the brace 3 as P, and the in-plane forces transmitted to the square steel pipe column 1 as P 1 and P 2 . For this reason, it becomes more advantageous than the conventional stress state in which the axial force acts on the flat surface of the pipe wall in the out-of-plane direction, and the deformation of the square steel pipe column 1 and the accompanying gusset plate welded joint of the square steel pipe column 1 are destroyed. The risk of getting lost is significantly reduced.
Therefore, there is little possibility that the damping performance of the damping member 4 cannot be exhibited due to the rigidity restriction on the square steel pipe column side, and the damping performance of the damping member 4 can be used effectively.
Further, when the square steel pipe column 1 is installed on the foundation as in the embodiment, the axial force acting on the brace 3 is transmitted to the foundation 5 via the square steel pipe column 1, the base plate 7 and the anchor bolt 8. However, since the direction of the flat surface of the tube wall of the square steel pipe column 1 is 45 ° with the column arrangement direction, when the square base plate 7 is fixed to the foundation with four anchor bolts, as shown in FIG. The position of the anchor bolt 8 is a position facing the flat surface of the tube wall of the square steel pipe column 1.
Therefore, the position of the anchor bolt 8 can be brought closer to the center side of the base plate 7, and the size of the base plate 7 can be reduced.
Thereby, the material cost of the base plate 7 can be reduced. Moreover, the width of the concrete foundation 5 can be narrowed, and the construction cost of the foundation can be reduced. Moreover, although it is slightly, site area can be used efficiently. Normally, if the base plate welded and fixed to the column can be fixed to the foundation with four anchor bolts, the area of the base plate or the width of the foundation will result in insufficient rigidity of the fixed part to the foundation of the column. There is no.
The same applies to the top plate 9, and as shown in FIG. 2 (a), the position of the joining bolt 10 joined to the upper beam (H-shaped steel) 2 can be made closer to the center side of the top plate 9. The size of the plate 9 is small.
As described above, as shown in FIG. 3, the size of the base plate 7 or the top plate 9 can be made smaller than the conventional size. 3 (a) shows a conventional column base, (b) shows a column base of the present invention, (c) shows a conventional column head, and (d) shows a column head of the present invention. A conventional base plate is indicated by 7 ', and a conventional top plate is indicated by 9'.
For example, in the factory, the top plate 9, the gusset plate 12, and the brace upper portion 21 are integrally welded and fixed to the column head side of the square steel pipe column 1 in a factory. The base plate 7, the gusset plate 13, and the brace lower part 22 are integrally welded and fixed to the column base, and are carried into the construction site in that state. At the construction site, the square steel pipe column 1 is installed on the foundation 5 and joined to the upper beam 2, and then both ends of the vibration control member 4 are bolted and fixed to the brace upper part 21 or the brace lower part 22 and the building described above A damping structure for the wall is obtained.
Further, in the factory, the vibration control member 4 can be mounted between the brace upper part 21 and the brace lower part 22 and carried into the construction site in an N-shaped state with the vibration control member 4 mounted.
FIG. 5 (a) is a front view of the vibration control structure of the building wall when the studs are provided in the embodiment of FIG. 1, and (b) is a cross-sectional view taken along line EE schematically shown in (b).
In this embodiment, two studs 23 are installed on both sides of the vibration control member 4.
Flat square pipes 24 are arranged on the base 5 and on the lower surface of the upper beam (H-shaped steel) 2, and the upper and lower ends of the studs 23 are bolted 29 to L-shaped hardware 26 fixed to the upper and lower square pipes 24. It is fixed.
A wide C-shaped steel is used as the intermediate pillar 23. As shown in FIG. 6, a vertically long hole 23b is formed in a portion of the web 23a of the C-shaped steel at a portion interfering with the brace 3. An outer wall material 27 such as a ceramic fire siding is attached to the outer surface side in the thickness direction of the wall portion of the stud 23, and an inner wall material 28 such as a gypsum board is attached to the inner surface side.
Except for those related to the studs 23, the embodiment is the same as the embodiment of FIG.
1 Square steel pipe column 2 Upper steel beam (H-section steel)
3 Brace 4 Damping member 5 Foundation 7 Base plate 8 Anchor bolt 9 Top plate 10 Joint bolt 12, 13 Gusset plate 21 Upper part of brace 22 Lower part of brace

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  1. When the building wall includes a square steel pipe column 1 and a steel beam 2 having a square cross section, one cylindrical member 16 is interposed between one adjacent square steel pipe column 1 and the other square steel pipe column 1. A brace 3 made of a square steel pipe with a damping member 4 made of a viscoelastic damper formed by joining a viscoelastic body 17 between the inner and outer surfaces of the other tubular member 15 and an intermediate portion. A method for constructing a seismic control structure for a building wall that constructs a seismic control structure for a building wall formed by connecting diagonally,
      One of the square steel pipe pillars 1 and the upper part 21 of the brace 3 above the vibration control member are integrally provided, and one re-shaped structure forming a reverse shape, and the other square steel pipe pillar 1 and The other re-shaped structures which are integrally formed with the lower part 22 of the vibration control member of the brace 3 to form a re-shape are manufactured in advance at the factory,
      The one reshaped structure has a top plate 9 for fixing the upper end of the square steel pipe column to the beam at the upper end of the one square steel pipe column, and a lower end of the square steel pipe column at the lower end. The base plate 7 for fixing the base plate or the lower floor beam is fixed by welding, and the upper gusset plate 12 is welded to the corner portion of the upper end portion of the one square steel pipe column so as to form a diagonal direction of the rectangular cross section. Fixing and manufacturing the upper gusset plate 12 by welding and fixing the upper end portion of the upper portion 21 from the vibration control member of the brace,
      The other re-shaped structure has a top plate 9 for fixing the upper end of the square steel pipe column to the beam at the upper end of the other square steel pipe column, and a lower end of the square steel pipe column at the lower end. The base plate 7 for fixing the base plate or the lower floor beam to each other is welded and fixed, and the lower gusset plate 13 is formed at the corner portion of the lower end portion of the other square steel pipe column so as to form a diagonal direction of the rectangular cross section. Fixing by welding and manufacturing the lower gusset plate 13 by welding and fixing the lower end portion of the lower portion 22 from the vibration control member of the brace,
      At the construction site, the square steel pipe columns of the one reshaped structure and the other reshaped structure are respectively foundation 5 or lower floor beam with the flat surface of the tube wall inclined 45 ° with respect to the column arrangement direction. And the top plate at the upper end of each square steel pipe column is fixed to the beam 2 respectively.
      The upper end portion of the one cylindrical member 16 and the lower end portion of the other cylindrical member 15 of the damping member 4 are respectively connected to the lower end portion of the upper portion 21 from the damping member of the brace in the one reshaped structure. And a method for constructing a seismic control structure for a building wall, characterized in that a bolt is connected to an upper end portion of the lower portion 22 of the brace in the other cruciform structure.
  2. The lower end of the upper portion 21 of the brace damping member of the one braided structure is connected to the upper end of the one cylindrical member 16 of the damping member with a bolt, and the other trellis structure is provided. By connecting the upper end of the lower portion 22 of the brace and the lower end of the other tubular member 15 of the vibration control member with a bolt, the one reshaped structure and the other The N-shaped seismic structure that forms the N-shape by integrating the reshaped structure and the damping member 3 in advance,
      At the construction site, the base plates at the lower ends of the left and right rectangular steel pipe columns of the N-type damping structure manufactured in advance at the factory are respectively fixed to the foundation 5 or the lower floor beam, and the upper ends of the left and right rectangular steel pipe columns are fixed. The method of building a vibration control structure for a building wall according to claim 1, wherein the top plate is fixed to each beam (2).
  3. When the one reshaped structure and the other reshaped structure are each manufactured in a factory in advance, the gusset plate 12 in the one reshaped structure is formed only by the corner portion at the upper end of the square steel pipe column. The method for constructing a seismic control structure for a building wall according to claim 1, wherein the top plate is welded and fixed.
  4. When the one reshaped structure and the other reshaped structure are each manufactured in a factory in advance, the gusset plate 13 in the other reshaped structure is formed only by the corner portion at the lower end of the square steel pipe column. The method for constructing a vibration control structure for a building wall according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the base plate (7) is welded and fixed.
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