Singhal, A.; Kiremidjian, A. S.
Method for Earthquake Motion-Damage Relationships with Application to Reinforced Concrete Frames.
National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, Buffalo, NY.; National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA., September 10, 1997, 256 p.
Keywords: ; Dynamic response; Ground motion; Earthquake damage; Damage assessment; Earthquake engineering; Structural components; Fragility; Monte Carlo method; Autoregressive processes; Sensitivity analysis; Frames; Bayes theorem; Reinforced concrete; Soil-structure interactions; Structural failure; Seismic effects; Gaussian processes; Probability; Concrete structures; Mathematical models
Grivas, D. A.; Souflis, C.
Probabilistic Safety Analysis of Earth Retaining Structures during Earthquakes.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., July 1982, 150 p.
Identifying Number(s): CE-82-9
Keywords: Ground motion; Bearing capacity; Computer programs; Retaining walls; BASIC programming language; Earthquakes; Bayes theorem; Probability theory; TRS-80 computers; Dynamic loads; Bridge abutments; Dynamic structural analysis