Cheng, F. Y.; Mertz, G. E.
Inelastic Seismic Response of Reinforced-Concrete Low-Rise Shear Walls and Building Structures.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., October 1989, 445 p.
Identifying Number(s): CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDY-89-30
Keywords: Dynamic response; Bend moments; Elastic properties; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Axial loads; Hysteresis; Graphs (Charts); Shear properties; Walls; Shear strain; Deformation; Dynamic structural analysis
Kasalanati, A.; Constantinou, M. C.
Experimental Study of Bridge Elastomeric and Other Isolation and Energy Dissipation Systems with Emphasis on Uplift Prevention and High Velocity Near-Source Seismic Excitation.
National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA., February 26, 1999, 242 p.
Identifying Number(s): MCEER-99-0004
Keywords: ; Vibration isolators; Earthquake engineering; Axial loads; Seismic design; Bearing; Lateral pressure; Vibration damping; Elastomers; Bridges (Structures)
Abo-Shadi, N.; Saiidi, M.; Sanders, D.
Seismic Response of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Pier Walls in the Weak Direction.
Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, Buffalo, NY.; Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC., July 17, 2000, 352 p.
Keywords: Ductility; Seismic response; Steel structures; Earthquake engineering; Computer programs; Axial loads; Seismic design; Coding systems; Hinged structures; Bridge piers; Reinforced concrete; Structural responses; PIER program; Walls; Calibration; United States; Siesmic behavior