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**Boroschek, R. L.; Mahin, S. A.**

Investigation of the Seismic Response of a Lightly-Damped Torsionally-Coupled Building.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., December 1991, 277 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB-EERC-91-18

Keywords:**; Earthquake damage; Dynamic response; Buildings; Steel structures; Earthquake engineering; Case studies; Loads (Forces); Structural vibration; Joints (Junctions); Vibration damping; Torsion; Seismic effects; Structural members; Displacement; Elastic analysis; California; Mathematical models; Structural analysis; Framed structures; Nonlinear systems****Grigoriu, M.; Balopoulou, S.**

Simulation Method for Stationary Gaussian Random Functions Based on the Sampling Theorem.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.; New York State Science and Technology Foundation, Albany., June 11, 1992, 81 p.

Identifying Number(s): NCEER-92-0015

Keywords:**; Dynamic response; Earthquake engineering; Structural vibration; Stochastic processes; Simulation; Sampling theory; Random noise; Random functions; Seismic effects; Earth movements; White noise; Mathematical models; Algorithms; Vector spaces; Dynamic structural analysis****Reinhorn, A. M.; Soong, T. T.; Lin, R. C.; Riley, M. A.; Wang, Y. P.**

Active Bracing System: A Full Scale Implementation of Active Control.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., August 14, 1992, 113 p.

Identifying Number(s): NCEER-92-0020

Keywords:**; Braces; Dynamic response; Buildings; Earthquake resistance; Earthquake resistant structures; Specifications; Loads (Forces); Earthquake engineering; Structural vibration; Earthquakes; Seismic effects; Active control; Mathematical models; Servomechanisms; Algorithms; Actuators; Bracing****Seible, F.; LaRovere, H. L.**

Summary on Pseudodynamic Testing.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., February 1987, 53 p.

Identifying Number(s): REPT-3.1(B)-1

Keywords:**Computer programs; Earthquake engineering; Dynamic tests; Test methods; PSDYN computer program; Structural vibration; Matrices (Mathematics); User manuals (Computer programs); Vibration damping; Computerized simulation; Mathematical models; Dynamic structural analysis****Aycardi, L. E.; Mander, J. B.; Reinhorn, A. M.**

Seismic Resistance of Reinforced Concrete Frame Structures Designed Only for Gravity Loads: Part 2. Experimental Performance of Subassemblages.

New York State Science and Technology Foundation, Albany.; National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., December 1, 1992, 163 p.

Identifying Number(s): NCEER-92-0028

Keywords:**; Ground motion; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Seismic design; Lateral pressure; Soil structure interactions; Reinforced concrete; Columns (Supports); Scale models; Lap joints; Mathematical models; Subassemblies; Framed structures; Cyclic loads; Retrofitting****Krstelj, I.; Prevost, J. H.**

Development of an Earthquake Motion Simulator and Its Application in Dynamic Centrifuge Testing.

National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, Buffalo, NY.; National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.; New York State Science and Technology Foundation, Albany., October 23, 1993, 212 p.

Keywords:**; Ground motion; Tests; Earthquake engineering; Simulation; Geotechnical engineering; Centrifugal force; Mathematical models****Boore, D. M.**

SMSIM: Fortran Program for Simulating Ground Motions from Earthquakes: Version 2.0. (A Revision of OFR 96-80-A).

January 2000, 62 p.

Identifying Number(s): USGS/OFR-00-509

Keywords:**Ground motions; Simulations; Stochastic Model SIMulation or Strong Motion SIMulation (SMSIM); Earthquakes; Stochastic method; Equations; Time domain; Random vibration; Fortran programs; Mathematical models; Executables; Simulating ground motions; Source codes****Parsons, T.; Blakely, R. J.; Brocher, T. M.; Christensen, N. I.; Fisher, M. A.**

Crustal Structure of the Cascadia Fore Arc of Washington.

January 2006, 50 p.

Identifying Number(s): USGS/PP-1661-D

Keywords:**; Subduction zone; Fore arc; Schematic diagrams; Gravity data; Seismic data; Maps; Cascadia subduction margin; Mathematical models; Crustal structure models; Pacific Northwest****Bernard, E.; Mader, C.; Curtis, G.; Satake, K.**

Tsunami Inundation Model Study of Eureka and Crescent City, California.

November 1994, 82 p.

Identifying Number(s): NOAA-TM-ERL-PMEL-103

Keywords:**Eureka (California); Tsunami; Hazards; Earthquakes; Emergency planning; West Coast Region (United States); Flooding; California; Water waves; Mathematical models; Regional analysis; Tsunami inundation model; Coasts; Marine geology; Crescent City (California)****Cheng, F. Y.; Suthiwong, S.**

Active Control for Seismic-Resistant Structures on Embedded Foundation in Layered Half-Space.

National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.; National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, Buffalo, NY., August 1996, 297 p.

Identifying Number(s): STRUCTURAL SER-96-2

Keywords:**; Dynamic response; Half spaces; Earthquake resistant structures; Earthquake engineering; Structural design; Soil-structure interactions; Foundations (Structures); Vibration damping; Stiffness; Coefficients; Active control; Degrees of freedom; Mathematical models; Algorithms; Excavation; Closed loop systems; Dynamic structural analysis**