Hong, L. L.; Ang, A. H. S.
Three-Dimensional Analytical Study of Spatial Variability of Seismic Ground Motions.
National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, Buffalo, NY.; National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., October 30, 1990, 180 p.
Keywords: Ground motion; Computer programs; Earthquake engineering; Seismic design; Stochastic processes; Water pipelines; Seismic effects; System identification; Laplace transformation; Mathematical models; Power spectra; Three-dimensional models
Uang, C. M.; Bertero, V. V.
Implications of Recorded Earthquake Ground Motions on Seismic Design of Building Structures.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., November 1988, 114 p.
Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-88/13
Keywords: ; Earthquake damage; Buildings; Earthquake resistant structures; Earthquake engineering; Earthquakes; Structural design; Structural vibration; Displacement; Mathematical models; Earth movement; Seismic waves
Effects of Spatial Variation of Ground Motions on Large Multiply-Supported Structures.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., July 1989, 171 p.
Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-89/06
Keywords: ; Seismic waves; Earthquake engineering; Earthquakes; Structural vibration; Soil-structure interactions; Earth movements; Degrees of freedom; Displacement; Computerized simulation; Mathematical models; Accelerometers; Taiwan; Dynamic structural analysis
Makris, N.; Gazetas, G.
Phase Wave Velocities and Displacement Phase Differences in a Harmonically Oscillating Pile.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., July 8, 1991, 60 p.
Identifying Number(s): NCEER-91-0010
Keywords: ; Dynamic response; Dams; Earthquake resistant structures; Pile structures; Earthquake engineering; Wave phases; Structural vibration; Soil-structure interactions; Vibration damping; Finite element method; Displacement; Wave propagation; Soil mechanics; Mathematical models; Bridges (Structures)
Graesser, E. J.; Cozzarelli, F. A.
Multidimensional Hysteretic Model for Plastically Deforming Metals in Energy Absorbing Devices.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., April 9, 1991, 61 p.
Identifying Number(s): NCEER-91-0006
Keywords: Seismic waves; Plastic analysis; Vibration isolators; Hysteresis; Earthquake resistant structures; Earthquake engineering; Structural vibration; Ozdemir model; Vibration damping; Shear properties; Shape memory alloys; Mathematical models; Dynamic loads; Shear stress; Vibration control; Energy dissipation
Conte, J. P.; Pister, K. S.; Mahin, S. A.
Influence of the Earthquake Ground Motion Process and Structural Properties on Response Characteristics of Simple Structures.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., July 1990, 362 p.
Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-90/09
Keywords: ; Damage; Response; Reliability; Earthquake resistant structures; Variability; Reinforcing steels; Monte Carlo Method; Earthquakes; Structural design; Stochastic processes; Reinforced concrete; Earth movements; Safety; Mathematical models; Elasticity; Seismic waves
Bray, J. D.; Seed, R. B.; Seed, H. B.
Effects of Tectonic Movements on Stresses and Deformations in Earth Embankments.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., September 1989, 454 p.
Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-90/13
Keywords: ; Dams; Earthquake engineering; Reviews; Stress analysis; Foundations; Numerical analysis; Finite element method; Soil tests; Subsidence; Earth movements; Mass movements (Geology); Model tests; Soil mechanics; Clays; Case histories; Deformation; Mathematical models; Tectonics; Embankments; Geological faults
Experimental Needs for Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering. Report of a Workshop. Held in Albuquerque, New Mexico on November 4-5, 1991.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., January 1991, 234 p.
Keywords: Dynamic response; Ground motion; Earthquake engineering; Seismic design; Earthquakes; Soil structure interactions; Geotechnical engineering; Liquefaction (Soils); Mathematical models; Seismology; Dynamic structural analysis
Zhang, L.; Chopra, A. K.
Computation of Spatially Varying Ground Motion and Foundation-Rock Impedance Matrices for Seismic Analysis of Arch Dams.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., May 1991, 134 p.
Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-91/06
Keywords: ; Dynamic response; Arch dams; Boundary element method; Earthquake engineering; Foundations; Green's functions; Soil-structure interactions; Matrices (Mathematics); Earth movements; Mathematical models; Fourier transformation
Mengi, Y.; McNiven, H. D.; Tanrijulu, A. K.
Models for Nonlinear Earthquake Analysis of Brick Masonry Buildings.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Brussels (Belgium)., March 1992, 161 p.
Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-92/03
Keywords: ; Earthquake engineering; Reinforcement (Structures); Masonry; Structural vibration; Walls; Seismic effects; Stiffness; Mathematical models; Structural analysis; Nonlinear systems; Bricks