2017 年 53 巻 1 号 p. 99-101
This short paper makes a quick note on an attempt of novel experience-based program on vibration engineering lecture in Nagoya University. In the program, the building to perform the lecture is vibrated freely. The building “Disaster mitigation research building (Gensai-kan)” possesses the base isolation system and can be vibrated by using the oil jack loading system. Students experience real motion of five-floor building free vibration from both inside and outside of the building. The goal of this attempt is that the students understand the vibration phenomenon and its isolation technique effectively by the combination of real experience, simulations, and theoretical explanation.