Has anybody yet constructed an tall office building that incorporates active
earthquake resistance features? (i.e. a building that uses an actively
responsive mass to maintain equilibrium). I realise that 'passive' versions
exist, but I'm interested to know if the technology has gone any further.
I've seen a number of papers on the subject and assume this idea hasn't got
beyond the drawing board...
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