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**Yang, J. N.; Danielians, A.**

Two Hybrid Control Systems for Building Structures under Strong Earthquakes.

National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, Buffalo, NY.; National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., June 29, 1990, 80 p.

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Earthquake resistance; Dynamic structural analysis; Acceleration (Physics); Bearings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Structural vibration; Vibration damping; Earth movements; Active control; Adaptive control; Displacement; Mathematical models; Control equipment; Seismic waves****Fenves, G. L.; Mojtahedi, S.; Reimer, R. B.**

ADAP-88: A Computer Program for Nonlinear Earthquake Analysis of Concrete Arch Dams.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.; Los Angeles County Dept. of Public Works, CA.; Electric Power Research Inst., Palo Alto, CA.; Harza Engineering Co., Chicago, IL., November 1989, 136 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-89/12

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Arch dams; Computer programs; Earthquake engineering; Structural vibration; Finite element method; Joints (Junctions); Equations of motion; Earth movements; Displacement; ADAP-88 Computer program; Concrete structures; Mathematical models; Dynamic loads; Nonlinear systems; Stresses; Dynamic structural analysis****Lew, H. S.**

Wind and Seismic Effects - Proceedings of the Joint Panel Conference of the U.S.-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources (9th), Held at Tokyo, Japan in May 24-27, 1977.

September 1978, 523 p.

Identifying Number(s): NBS-SP-523

Keywords:**Dynamic structural analysis; Ground motion; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Meetings; Seismic design; Earthquakes; Earth movements; Design criteria; Wind pressure; Bridges; Typhoons; Tornadoes; Seismic waves****Wiggins, J. H.; Slosson, J. E.; Krohn, J. P.**

Natural Hazards: Earthquake, Landslide, Expansive Soil Loss Models.

National Science Foundation, WAshington, DC. Div. of Policy Research and Analysis., December 1978, 166 p.

Keywords:**Damage; Economic impact; Clay soils; Risk; Risk assessment; Cost analysis; Rainfall; Economic models; Injuries; Earthquakes; Landslides; Earth movements; Value; Mathematical models; Expansion; United States; Disasters; Soil water****Herrmann, R. B.; Wang, C. Y.**

SH - A Computer Program for Generating Far-Field Tangential Time Histories for Point Earthquake Sources.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., January 1979, 116 p.

Keywords:**Ground motion; Far field; Computer programs; SHVEL computer program; Earthquakes; Reaction time; SHSPEC computer program; Honeywell 6023 computers; DSVLAC computer program; Point sources; Earth movements; Fortran; Fortran 4 programming language; Earth models; SDSVSA computer program; Seismic waves****Shinozuka, M.; Kawakami, H.**

Ground Characteristics and Free Field Strains.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., August 1977, 37 p.

Keywords:**Ground motion; Elastic properties; Earthquake engineering; Pipelines; Earthquakes; Water supply; Tokyo (Japan); Soil properties; Earth movements; Shear strain; Soil mechanics; Subsurface structures; Japan****Kan, C. L.; Chopra, A. K.**

Linear and Nonlinear Earthquake Responses of Simple Torsionally Coupled Systems.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., February 1979, 120 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-79/03

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Ground motion; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Earthquakes; Earth movements; Linear systems; Columns (Supports); Mathematical models; Nonlinear systems; Dynamic structural analysis**Seismic '77: UCLA Contributions to the Sixth World Conference on Earthquake Engineering.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., January 1977, 59 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCLA/ENG-7683

Keywords:**Ground motion; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Meetings; Earthquakes; Soil properties; Earth movements; Liquefaction (Soils); Transfer functions; Surface waves; Geological faults; Dynamic structural analysis****Hein, K. H.; Whitman, R. V.**

Effects of Earthquakes on System Performance of Water Lifelines. Seismic Design Decision Analysis.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., May 1976, 84 p.

Identifying Number(s): R76-23

Keywords:**Ground motion; Urban planning; Earthquake engineering; Water services; Risk analysis; Earthquakes; Pipelines; Water supply; Earth movements; Massachusetts; Probability; Soil mechanics; Disasters; Seismic risk****Biggs, J. M.; Lau, W. K.; Persinko, D.**

Aseismic Design Procedures for Reinforced Concrete Frames. Seismic Behavior and Design of Buildings, Report No. 1.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., July 1979, 90 p.

Identifying Number(s): R79-21

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Seismic waves; Ground-motion; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Seismic design; Earthquakes; Reinforced concrete; Earth movements; Framed structures; Dynamic structural analysis**