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**Chang, G. A.; Mander, J. B.**

Seismic Energy Based Fatigue Damage Analysis of Bridge Columns. Part 2. Evaluation of Seismic Demand.

National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, Buffalo, NY.; Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC.; National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.; New York State Science and Technology Foundation, Albany., June 1, 1994, 150 p.

Keywords:**; Damage assessment; Earthquake engineering; Seismic design; Bridge piers; Reinforced concrete; Finite element analysis; Computer applications; Mathematical models****Rivero, C. E.; Walker, W. H.**

Analytical Study of the Interaction of Frames and Infill Masonry Walls.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., September 1982, 207 p.

Identifying Number(s): ['UILU-ENG-82-2014', 'STRUCTURAL RESEARCH SER-502']

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Ground motion; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquakes; Finite element analysis; Walls; Mathematical models; Framed structures; Nonlinear systems; Stiffness methods****Goodno, B. J.; Craig, J. I.; Meyyappa, M.; Palsson, H.**

Cladding-Structure Interaction in Highrise Buildings.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., January 1983, 618 p.

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Mechanical hysteresis; Claddings; Computer applications; Forced vibration; Mathematical models; Highrise buildings; Stiffness methods; Dynamic structural analysis****Yim, C. S.; Chopra, A. K.**

Effects of Transient Foundation Uplift on Earthquake Response of Structures.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., June 1983, 137 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-83/09

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Earthquakes; Foundations; Soil structure interactions; Soil properties; Uplift pressure; Mathematical models****Heins, C. P.; Lin, I. C.**

Equivalent Seismic Design of Curved Box Girder Bridges.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., February 1982, 179 p.

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Earthquake resistant structures; Earthquake engineering; Seismic design; Computer applications; Design criteria; Resonant frequency; Mathematical models; Girder bridges****Maragakis, E.**

Model for the Rigid Body Motions of Skew Bridges.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., cJanuary 1984, 245 p.

Identifying Number(s): EERL-85-02

Keywords:**Theses; Earthquake engineering; Highway bridges; Bridge decks; Skew bridges; Rotation; Mathematical models; Structural analysis; Bridge abutments; Dynamic structural analysis****Huang, L. C.; Chwang, A. T.**

Seismic Water Pressures on Dams for Arbitrarily Shaped Reservoirs.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., September 1985, 102 p.

Identifying Number(s): IIHR-291

Keywords:**Response; Dams; Boundary integral method; Flexible foundations; Boundaries; Earthquakes; Hydrodynamics; Reservoirs; Mathematical models; Deformation; Pressure; Seismic waves****Paparizos, L. G.**

Some Observations on the Random Response of Hysteretic Systems.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Directorate for Engineering., cJanuary 1986, 197 p.

Identifying Number(s): EERL-86-02

Keywords:**; Elastic aftereffect; Plastic analysis; Earthquake engineering; Hysteresis; Random processes; Markov processes; Mathematical models; Seismic prospecting****Wiggins, J. H.**

Fire Ignitions from the Whittier Narrows Earthquake of October 1, 1987.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Directorate for Engineering., November 8, 1988, 63 p.

Identifying Number(s): REPT-2020.1

Keywords:**Conflagration; Graphs (Charts); Earthquakes; Sources; Ignition; Forecasting; Intensity; California; Mathematical models; Los Angeles County (California); Fires; Statistical data; Whittier (California)****El-Aidi, B.**

Nonlinear Earthquake Response of Concrete Gravity Dam Systems.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., August 21, 1988, 202 p.

Identifying Number(s): EERL-88-02

Keywords:**; Gravity dams; Response; Cracking (Fracturing); Viscoelasticity; Earthquakes; Cavitation; Rigid foundations; Tensile stress; Displacement; Concrete structures; Mathematical models**