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**Mardzhanishvili, M. A.**

Analysis of the Spatial Behavior and Size of Modern Buildings for Earthquake-proof Design.

cJanuary 1985, 148 p.

Identifying Number(s): TT-79-52047

Keywords:**Foreign technology; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Translations; Seismic effects; Stiffness; Oscillations; Mathematical models; Highrise buildings****Beck, R. T.; Beck, J. L.**

Comparison between Transfer Function and Modal Minimization Methods for System Identification.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Directorate for Engineering., November 1985, 72 p.

Identifying Number(s): EERL-85-06

Keywords:**Ground motion; Ten degrees of freedom; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Damping; Structural vibration; Comparison; Modal response; System identification; Optimization; Resonant frequency; Mathematical models; Transfer functions; Oscillations; Parameter estimation****Zagajeski, S. W.; Halvorsen, G. T.; GangaRao, H. V. S.; Luttrell, L. D.; Jewell, R. B.**

Theoretical and Experimental Studies on Timber Diaphragms Subject to Earthquake Loads. Final Summary Report.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Directorate for Engineering., December 1984, 94 p.

Keywords:**; Floors; Earthquake engineering; Loads (Forces); Plywood; Seismic design; Wooden structures; Shear properties; Structural timber; Mathematical models; Dynamic structural analysis****Shinozuka, M.; Deodatis, G.; Harada, T.**

Digital Simulation of Seismic Ground Motion.

National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, Buffalo, NY.; National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., August 31, 1987, 54 p.

Keywords:**; Mathematical models; Ground motion; Stochastic processes; Earthquake engineering****Griffiths, D. V.; Prevost, J. H.**

Two- and Three-Dimensional Dynamic Finite Element Analyses of the Long Valley Dam.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., June 17, 1988, 57 p.

Identifying Number(s): NCEER-88-0015

Keywords:**; Dynamic response; Acceleration (Physics); Dams; Graphs (Charts); Mechanical properties; Soil dynamics; Soil properties; Mathematical models; Structural analysis; Cyclic loads; Dynamic structural analysis****Grigoriu, M.; Ruiz, S. E.; Rosenblueth, E.**

Nonstationary Models of Seismic Ground Acceleration.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., July 15, 1988, 54 p.

Identifying Number(s): NCEER-88-0043

Keywords:**Reliability; Ground motion; Earthquake engineering; Acceleration; Accelerograms; Michoacan earthquake 1985; Mathematical models; Seismic waves****Reinhorn, A. M.; Kunnath, S. K.; Panahshahi, N.**

Modeling of R/C Building Structures with Flexible Floor Diaphragms (IDARC2).

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., September 7, 1988, 129 p.

Identifying Number(s): NCEER-88-0035

Keywords:**Floors; Damage assessment; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Numerical analysis; Reinforced concrete; Flexibility; Diaphragms (Mechanics); Concrete structures; Mathematical models; Structural analysis****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:**Failure; Risk; Risk benefit analysis; Earthquakes; Uncertainty; Numerical analysis; Nuclear reactor safety; Piping systems; Mathematical models**