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Interim Testing Protocols for Determining the Seismic Performance Characteristics of Structural and Nonstructural Components.

Federal Emergency Management Agency, Washington, DC., June 2007, 138 p.

Identifying Number(s): FEMA-461

Keywords:**FEMA; Buildings; Shake table tests; Earthquake engineering; Seismic design; Acceleration; Testing procedures; Displacement; ATC (Applied Technology Council); Applied Technology Council; Fragility functions; Testing protocols; Cyclic tests****Chiou, S. J.**

Estimation of Seismic Source Processes Using Strong Motion Array Data.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., July 1991, 152 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-91/07

Keywords:**Mapping; Ray tracing; Seismic epicenter; Prototypes; Earthquakes; Measurement; Acceleration; Magnitude; Rupture; Earth crust; Mathematical models; Seismology; Arrays; Algorithms; SMART1 (Strong Motion Array Taiwan 1); Geological faults; Motion****Ostadan, F.; Deng, N.; Arango, I.**

Energy-Based Method for Liquefaction Potential Evaluation. Phase 1. Feasibility Study.

National Inst. of Standards and Technology (BFRL), Gaithersburg, MD., August 1996, 274 p.

Identifying Number(s): NIST/GCR-96/701

Keywords:**; Ground motion; Pore pressure; Strain rate; Laboratory tests; Soil sampling; Sands; Earthquakes; Strain measurement; Earthquake magnetic; Acceleration; Seismic effects; Shear strain; Vibration dampling; Strain energy release rate; Soil mechanics; Stress-strain relations; Liquefaction; Seismic waves****Grigoriu, M.; Ruiz, S. E.; Rosenblueth, E.**

Nonstationary Models of Seismic Ground Acceleration.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., July 15, 1988, 54 p.

Identifying Number(s): NCEER-88-0043

Keywords:**Reliability; Ground motion; Earthquake engineering; Acceleration; Accelerograms; Michoacan earthquake 1985; Mathematical models; Seismic waves****Holzer, T. L.**

Loma Prieta, California, Earthquake of October 17, 1989. Earth Structures and Engineering Characterization of Ground Motion.

January 1998, 86 p.

Identifying Number(s): USGS-PP-1552-D

Keywords:**Earthquake damage; Ground motion; Damage assessment; Earthquake engineering; Earth dams; Soil-structure interactions; Acceleration; Loma Prieta Earthquake; Seismic effects; Seismic events; Seismic velocity; Central Region (California); Engineering structures; Excavation; Peak values; Seismic waves****Sadek, F.; Mohraz, B.; Lew, H. S.**

Single and Multiple Tuned Liquid Column Dampers for Seismic Applications.

November 1996, 43 p.

Identifying Number(s): NISTIR-5920

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Earthquake resistance; Liquid column dampers; Design analysis; Passive systems; Ground motion; Dynamic structural analysis; Loads (Forces); Tuning; Structural vibration; Performance evaluation; Earthquake engineering; Vibration damping; Acceleration; Energy absorption; Structural response; Seismic effects; Degrees of freedom; Energy dissipation****Evans, J. R.; Jensen, E. G.; Sell, R.; Stephens, C. D.; Nyman, D. J.**

Calibration of PS09, PS10, and PS11 Trans-Alaska Pipeline System Strong-Motion Instruments, with Acceleration, Velocity, and Displacement Records of the Denali Fault Earthquake, 03 November 2002.

January 2006, 60 p.

Identifying Number(s): USGS/OFR-2006-1028

Keywords:**; Measuring instruments; Ground motion; Seismographs; Geologic faults; Earthquakes; Monitoring; Acceleration; Velocity; Amplifiers; Alaska****Jain, S. K.**

Analytical Models for the Dynamics of Buildings.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., January 1983, 215 p.

Identifying Number(s): EERL-83-02

Keywords:**Floors; Bending; Buildings; Theses; Earthquake resistant structures; Boundaries; Vibration; Shear properties; Equations of motion; Walls; Acceleration; Flexibility; Diaphragms (Mechanics); Mathematical models; Deformation; Multistory buildings; Seismology; Beams (Structural); Dynamic structural analysis****Gibbs, J. F.; Tinsley, J. C.; Boore, D. M.**

Borehole Velocity Measurements at Five Sites That Recorded the Cape Mendocino, California Earthquake of 25 April, 1992.

January 2002, 58 p.

Identifying Number(s): USGS/OFR-02-203

Keywords:**; Ground motion; Velocity measurement; Boreholes; Earthquakes; Geological surveys; Acceleration; California; Data sources; Seismometers; Travel time; Seismic waves****Stewart, J. P.; Seed, R. B.; Fenves, G. L.**

Empirical Evaluation of Inertial Soil-Structure Interaction Effects.

Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA., November 1998, 240 p.

Identifying Number(s): PEER-1998/07

Keywords:**Earthquake damage; Ground motion; Empirical analysis; SSI (Soil-Structure Interaction); Soil-structure interactions; Foundations (Structures); Vibration damping; Acceleration; Seismic effects; Shaking; Structural response; Stiffness; Soil properties; Soil mechanics; Empirical equations; Inertial interaction**