# NEHRP Clearinghouse

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**11 - 20**results in total

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**Kiremidjian, A. S.; Shah, H. C.; Lubetkin, L.**

Seismic Hazard Mapping for Guatemala.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications.; Banco de Guatemala.; Instituto Nacional de Electrificacion (Guatemala),; Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala., May 1977, 230 p.

Identifying Number(s): 26

Keywords:**; Earthquake resistant structures; Mathematical models; Seismology; Seismic epicenter; Maps; Risk; Magnitude; Hazards; Seismic surveys; Computer programs; Guatemala; Earthquakes****A-Grivas, D.**

Program RASSUEL - Reliability Analysis of Soil Slopes Under Earthquake Loading.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., December 1978, 48 p.

Identifying Number(s): CE-78-6

Keywords:**Landslides; Mathematical models; RASSUEL computer program; Slopes; Earthquake engineering; Earthquakes; Monte Carlo method; PRIME-500 computers; Soil dynamics; Soil erosion; Computer programs; Loads (Forces); Slope stability; IBM-3033 computers****Martin, P. P.; Seed, H. B.**

APOLLO - A Computer Program for the Analysis of Pore Pressure Generation and Dissipation in Horizontal Sand Layers During Cyclic or Earthquake Loading.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., October 1978, 68 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-78/21

Keywords:**Water table; Mathematical models; APOLLO computer program; Earthquake engineering; Computer programming; Pore pressure; Soil dynamics; Liquefaction (Soils); Cyclic loads; Stress analysis; Earthquakes****Cherry, J. T.; Halda, E. J.; Hamilton, K. G.**

A Deterministic Approach to the Prediction of Free Field Ground Motion and Response Spectra from Stick-Slip Earthquakes.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., December 1974, 47 p.

Keywords:**Stress waves; Mathematical models; Earth movements; Seismic epicenter; Ground motion; Earthquake engineering; Dynamic structural analysis; Stress analysis; Rock mechanics; Earthquakes; Geological faults****Czarnecki, R. M.**

Earthquake Damage to Tall Buildings. Optimum Seismic Protection and Building Damage Statistics, Report No. 5.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., January 1973, 128 p.

Identifying Number(s): ['STRUCTURES PUB-359', 'R73-8']

Keywords:**Seismic design; Earthquake resistant structures; Tall buildings; Damage assessment; California; San Fernando Earthquake; Mathematical models; Structural design; Dynamic response; Buildings; Earthquake engineering****Martin, P. P.; Seed, H. B.**

MASH - A Computer Program for the Non-Linear Analysis of Vertically Propagating Shear Waves in Horizontally Layered Deposits.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., October 1978, 96 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-78/23

Keywords:**MASH computer program; User needs; Mathematical models; Operators (Mathematics); Dynamic response; Earthquake engineering; Computer programming; Pore pressure; Soil dynamics; Nonlinear systems; Earthquakes****Schumacker, B.**

Seismic Design Decision Analysis. Nuclear Power Plants and the Operating Basis Earthquake - Phase I.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., January 1975, 10 p.

Identifying Number(s): INTERNAL STUDY-51

Keywords:**Probability theory; Intensity; Reactor shutdown; Inspection; Mathematical models; Computer programming; Nuclear power plants; Earthquakes****Hirschberg, J. G.; Gordon, P.; Petak, W. J.**

Natural Hazards: Socio-Economic Impact Assessment Model.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Div. of Policy Research and Analysis., July 1978, 320 p.

Keywords:**Hurricanes; Landslides; Damage; Disasters; Floods; Tornadoes; Tsunamis; Risk assessment; Expansion; Benefit cost analysis; Mathematical models; Storm surges; Social effect; Wind (Meteorology); Clay soils; Risk; Economic impact; Gales; Rivers; Input output analysis; United States; Demand (Economics); Socioeconomic impact assessment model; Earthquakes****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:**Cost analysis; Risk assessment; Expansion; Value; Economic models; Rainfall; Landslides; Clay soils; Mathematical models; Earth movements; Damage; United States; Risk; Disasters; Soil water; Economic impact; Injuries; Earthquakes****Bhatti, M. A.; Pister, K. S.; Polak, E.**

Optimal Design of an Earthquake Isolation System.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., October 1978, 120 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-78/22

Keywords:**Seismic design; Earthquake resistant structures; Energy absorption; Mechanical hysteresis; Mathematical models; Structural design; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Ground motion; Dynamic structural analysis**