Calculating Footfall Induced Vibration: Troubleshooting and Tips

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Find real responde mode 1
Relevant Equations
How to find the same results as in the book
Hey guys. Im about to learn about footfall induced vibration. However i want to reach the same results as in the pdf page 44 ''design guide for footfall analysis''

i get 0.000726 while they get 5,79E-0,4.

Can anyone help me figure out what im going wrong and where i have made a mistake?

 

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I'm not sure I get how to calculate the ##\mu##. Otherwise, the only error I can find in your calculation is that ##\zeta_m## should be 1.5%, not 0.9%, but this is not sufficient to explain the discrepancy.
 

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