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**Atalay, M. B.; Penzien, J.**

The Seismic Behavior of Critical Regions of Reinforced Concrete Components as Influenced by Moment, Shear and Axial Force.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., December 1975, 262 p.

Identifying Number(s): EERC-75-19

Keywords:**Girders; Deformation; Columns (Supports); Mathematical models; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Stiffness; Loads (Forces); Concrete construction; Earthquakes****Ayre, R. S.; Mileti, D. S.; Trainer, P. B.**

Earthquake and Tsunami Hazards in the United States: A Research Assessment.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Research Applied to National Needs., January 1975, 169 p.

Keywords:**Damage; Landslides; Disasters; Disaster relief; Tsunamis; Research management; Mathematical models; Earthquake warning systems; Wave forecasting; Hazards; Geological faults; California; Forecasting; Land use; Pacific Coast; Warning systems; Alaskan Coast; Seismology; Earthquakes****Hsieh, T.; Okrent, D.**

Some Probabilistic Aspects of the Seismic Risk of Nuclear Reactors.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Research Applied to National Needs., December 1976, 85 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCLA-ENG-76113

Keywords:**Numerical analysis; Risk benefit analysis; Failure; Mathematical models; Risk; Nuclear reactor safety; Piping systems; Uncertainty; Earthquakes****Petrovski, J.; Stephen, R. M.; Gartenbaum,; Bouwkamp, J. G.**

Dynamic Behavior of a Multistory Triangular-Shaped Building.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., October 1976, 138 p.

Identifying Number(s): EERC-76-3

Keywords:**Earthquake resistant structures; California; High rise buildings; Mathematical models; Forced vibration; Ground motion; Earthquake engineering; Buildings; Dynamic response; Resonant frequency; Los Angeles (California); Theme Tower buildings****Chen, M.; Penzien, J.**

Nonlinear Soil-Structure Interaction of Skew Highway Bridges.

Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C.; National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., August 1977, 127 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-77/24

Keywords:**Seismic loads; Computer programs; SKEW computer program; Mathematical models; Earth movements; Finite element analysis; Ground motion; Earthquake engineering; Backfills; Bridge decks; Bridge piers; Soil structure interactions; Soil dynamics; Seismic response; Skew bridges; Earthquakes****Rea, D.; Abedi-Hayati, S.; Takahashi, Y.**

Dynamic Analysis of Electrohydraulic Shaking Tables.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., December 1977, 66 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-77/29

Keywords:**Simulators; Test facilities; Mathematical models; Dynamic response; Frequency response; Earthquake engineering; Foundations; Shaking tables; Earthquakes****Liou, D. D. N.; Penzien, J.**

Seismic Analysis of an Offshore Structure Supported on Pile Foundations.

Standard Oil Co. of California, San Francisco.; National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., November 1977, 116 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-77/25

Keywords:**Elastic theory; Offshore structures; Equations of motion; Mathematical models; Earth movements; Ground motion; Earthquake engineering; Soil dynamics; Pile foundations; Seismic response; Foundation structure interactions; Earthquakes****Adham, S. A.; Ewing, R. D.**

Methodology for Mitigation of Seismic Hazards in Existing Unreinforced Masonry Buildings, Phase 1.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., March 1978, 93 p.

Identifying Number(s): R-7815-4610

Keywords:**Masonry; Seismic design; Earthquake resistant structures; Reinforcing materials; Masonry walls; Seismic waves; Mathematical models; Earth movements; Walls; Dynamic response; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Ground motion; Dynamic structural analysis****McNiven, H. D.; Matzen, V. C.**

Identification of the Energy Absorption Characteristics of an Earthquake Resistant Structure: Description of the Identification Method.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., January 1976, 13 p.

Keywords:**Energy absorption; Earthquake resistant structures; Mathematical models; Earth movements; Dynamic response; Ground motion; Earthquake engineering; Differential equations; Nonlinear systems; Earthquakes****Apostolakis, G. E.**

The Effect of a Certain Class of Potential Common Mode Failures on the Reliability of Redundant Systems.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Office of Energy R and D Policy., November 1975, 42 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCLA-ENG-7528

Keywords:**Statistical analysis; Failure; Mathematical models; Nuclear reactor safety; Risk; Birth and death processes; Nuclear power plants; Common mode failures; Reliability; Redundancy; Nuclear reactor accidents**