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Video of a recent shake test using model above.

Video of a recent shake test using model above.

Video of the recent shake test. "We took advantage of these shake tables and built a cold-formed steel building on top of them," writes Peterman. "Crazy as this sounds, it worked."

Credit: Kara Peterman, Johns Hopkins University

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