# NEHRP Clearinghouse

## displaying **281 - 290** results in total **298**

**281 - 290**results in total

**298**

**Lee, K. L.; Marcuson, W. F.; Stoke, K. H.; Yokel, F. Y.**

Research Needs and Priorities for Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering Applications.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., January 1978, 158 p.

Keywords:**Seismic design; Geophysical surveys; Geotechnical engineering; Mathematical models; Seismic risk; Seismology; Earth movements; Dynamic response; Ground motion; Earthquake engineering; Meetings; Liquefaction (Soils); Soil properties; Soil structure interactions; Earthquakes; Dynamic structural analysis****Bazant, Z. P.**

Mechanics of Geomaterials: Rocks, Concretes, Soils. Preprints, William Prager Symposium Held on September 11-15, 1983.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.; International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics., September 1983, 612 p.

Keywords:**Fracture properties; Geomaterials; Elastic theory; Plastic theory; Concretes; Rock properties; Mathematical models; Continuum mechanics; Meetings; Soil properties; Rock mechanics; Soil mechanics****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:**Earthquake resistant structures; Adaptive control; Structural vibration; Earthquake resistance; Control equipment; Seismic waves; Mathematical models; Earth movements; Dynamic response; Earthquake engineering; Active control; Vibration damping; Displacement; Acceleration (Physics); Bearings; Dynamic structural analysis****Yang, J. N.; Li, Z.**

Instantaneous Optimal Control with Acceleration and Velocity Feedback.

National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, Buffalo, NY.; National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., June 29, 1990, 56 p.

Keywords:**Numerical analysis; Seismic waves; Feedback control; Earth movements; Displacement; Mathematical models; Vibration damping; Stochastic processes; Earthquake resistant structures; Structural vibration; Active control; Acceleration (Physics); Floors; Control equipment; Earthquake resistance; Dynamic response; Earthquake engineering; Velocity measurement; Dynamic structural analysis****Alfaro, C. S.; Kiremidjian, A. S.; White, R. A.**

Seismic Zoning and Ground Motion Parameters for El Salvador.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.; Organization of American States, Washington, DC.; Agency for International Development, Washington, DC.; American Embassy, San Salvador (El Salvador)., December 1990, 172 p.

Identifying Number(s): REPT-93

Keywords:**; Study estimates; Risk assessment; Regional analysis; El Salvador; Tectonics; Tables (Data); Mathematical models; Earth movements; Seismology; Earthquake warning systems; Earthquake damage; Ground motion; Regression analysis; Hazards; Geomorphology****Makris, N.; Constantinou, M. C.**

Viscous Dampers: Testing, Modeling and Application in Vibration and Seismic Isolation.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., December 20, 1990, 126 p.

Identifying Number(s): NCEER-90-0028

Keywords:**Earthquake resistant structures; Piping systems; Test facilities; Structural vibration; Seismic waves; Mathematical models; Model tests; Viscous damping; Earthquake engineering; Vibration damping; Vibration isolators****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:**Finite element method; Dynamic loads; Structural vibration; Equations of motion; Mathematical models; Earth movements; Arch dams; Dynamic response; Earthquake engineering; Concrete structures; ADAP-88 Computer program; Joints (Junctions); Stresses; Displacement; Computer programs; Nonlinear systems; Dynamic structural analysis****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; SMART1 (Strong Motion Array Taiwan 1); Prototypes; Arrays; Algorithms; Mathematical models; Seismology; Seismic epicenter; Magnitude; Earth crust; Ray tracing; Measurement; Rupture; Acceleration; Motion; Earthquakes; Geological faults****Kiureghian, A. D.; Neuenhofer, A.**

Response Spectrum Method for Multiple-Support Seismic Excitations.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., August 1991, 76 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-91/08

Keywords:**Beams (Supports); Structural vibration; Seismic waves; Response Spectrum Method; Mathematical models; Dynamic response; Degrees of freedom; Earthquake engineering; Displacement; Seismic effects; Structural members; Frequencies; Structural analysis****Brennan, A. M.; Lander, J. F.**

UJNR Tsunami Workshop Proceedings (2nd). Held in Honolulu, Hawaii on November 5-6, 1990.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., March 1991, 265 p.

Identifying Number(s): KGRD-24

Keywords:**; Coasts; Predictions; Seismic waves; Damage; Mathematical models; Flooding; Peru; United States; Shore protection; Meetings; Tsunamis; Wave runup; Japan; Earthquakes**