Researchers at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada will employ all-electric E2M motion platforms to gain needed insight into the hazards of suspended ceiling structures in tall buildings during earthquakes.
All-electric shake tables by E2M Technologies B.V. will provide Carleton researchers the flexibility, payload and frequency capacities, and control modes needed to perform meaningful non-structural seismic simulation of suspended ceiling constructions per the requirements of FEMA 461 and AC-156 seismic qualification protocols.
|M6-640np-3000 Motion Platform
|All-electric hexapod configuration
|Frequency - max payload:
|Frequency - empty table: