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**Ma, S. Y. M.; Bertero, V. V.; Popov, E. P.**

Experimental and Analytical Studies on the Hysteretic Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Rectangular and T-Beams.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., May 1976, 264 p.

Identifying Number(s): EERC-76-2

Keywords:**T beams; Ground motion; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Mechanical hysteresis; Shear stresses; Reinforced concrete; Finite element analysis; Box beams****Hsieh, T.; Okrent, D.; Apostolakis, G. E.**

On the Average Probability Distribution of Peak Ground Acceleration in the U.S. Continent Due to Strong Earthquakes.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Research Applied to National Needs., March 1975, 45 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCLA-ENG-7516

Keywords:**Ground motion; Earthquake engineering; Risk analysis; Earthquakes; Probability theory; Site surveys; Eastern United States; Nuclear power plants; Earth movements; Probability distribution functions; United States; Seismic risk****Robinson, J. H.; Biggs, J. M.**

Inelastic Dynamic Design of Steel Frames to Resist Seismic Loads.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Div. of Advanced Environmental Research and Technology., July 1977, 143 p.

Identifying Number(s): MIT-CE-R77-23

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Ground motion; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Earthquakes; Random vibrations; Earth movements; Elastic analysis; Soil mechanics; Framed structures; Seismic risk analysis; Dynamic structural analysis****Petrovski, J.; Stephen, R. M.; Gartenbaum,; Bouwkamp, J. G.**

Dynamic Behavior of a Multistory Triangular-Shaped Building.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., October 1976, 138 p.

Identifying Number(s): EERC-76-3

Keywords:**Dynamic response; Ground motion; Los Angeles (California); Buildings; Earthquake engineering; High rise buildings; Earthquake resistant structures; Theme Tower buildings; Forced vibration; California; Resonant frequency; Mathematical models****Yang, T. Y.; Shiau, L. C.; Lo, H.**

Theoretical Study on Earthquake Response of a Reinforced Concrete Chimney.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Research Applied to National Needs., June 3, 1976, 96 p.

Keywords:**Seismic waves; Ground motion; Chimneys; Stress concentration; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Kentucky; Earthquakes; Finite element analysis; Earth movements; Thermal power plants; Paradise (Kentucky); Dynamic structural analysis****Sun, C. T.; Chen, C. C.; Bogdanoff, J. L.; Lo, H.**

A Timoshenko Beam Model for Vibration of Plane Frames.

National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Research Applied to National Needs., June 3, 1976, 42 p.

Keywords:**Dynamic structural analysis; Seismic waves; Ground motion; Bending; Earthquake engineering; Kentucky; Earthquakes; Vibration; Shear stresses; Finite element analysis; Structural members; Steam electric power generation; Earth movements; Paradise (Kentucky); Framed structures; Timoshenko method****Rahnama, M.; Krawinkler, H.**

Effects of Soft Soil and Hysteresis Model on Seismic Demands.

National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.; Kajima Corp., Tokyo (Japan)., July 1993, 249 p.

Keywords:**; Dynamic response; Ground motion; Hysteresis; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Strain hardening; Structural design; Soil structure interactions; Stiffness; Displacement; Soil mechanics; Mathematical models; Structural analysis; Nonlinear systems; Ductility****Anagnos, T.; Rojahn, C.; Kiremidjian, A. S.**

NCEER-ATC Joint Study on Fragility of Buildings.

National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.; New York State Science and Technology Foundation, Albany., January 20, 1995, 120 p.

Identifying Number(s): NCEER-95-0003

Keywords:**; Earthquake damage; Ground motion; Damage assessment; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Fragility; Structural failure; Seismic effects; Structural response; Load carrying capacity; Structural reliability****Singhal, A.; Kiremidjian, A. S.**

Method for Developing Motion Damage Relationships for Reinforced Concrete Frames, May 1995.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.; New York State Science and Technology Foundation, Albany., May 11, 1995, 124 p.

Keywords:**; Earthquake damage; Dynamic response; Ground motion; Earthquake resistant structures; Earthquake engineering; Structural components; Matrices (Mathematics); Reinforced concrete; Structural failure; Concrete structures; Mathematical models****Huo, J. R.; Hwang, H. H. M.**

Seismic Fragility Analysis of Equipment and Structures in a Memphis Electric Substation.

National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA. Buffalo, NY.; New York State Science and Technology Foundation, Albany., August 10, 1995, 170 p.

Identifying Number(s): NCEER-95-0014

Keywords:**Performance evaluation; Hazards; Seismic response; Damage assessment; Power substations; Soil-structure interactions; Electric utlities; Capacitors; Earthquake damage; Lightning arresters; Switches; Circuit breakers; Ground motion; Electrical equipment; Transformers; Earthquake engineering; Seismic effects; Seismic waves; New Madrid Seismic Zone; Fragility analysis; Voltage regulators; Memphis (Tennessee); Potheats**