# NEHRP Clearinghouse

## displaying **61 - 70** results in total **298**

**61 - 70**results in total

**298**

**Saatcioglu, M.; Derecho, A. T.; Corley, W. G.**

Coupled Walls in Earthquake-Resistant Buildings, Modeling Techniques and Dynamic Analysis.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., June 1980, 143 p.

Identifying Number(s): PCA-SER-1628

Keywords:**Earthquake resistant structures; Reinforced concrete; Mechanical hysteresis; Mathematical models; Walls; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Bending moments; DRAIN 2D computer program; Dynamic structural analysis****Kollegger, J. P.; Bouwkamp, J. G.**

Predictive Dynamic Response of Panel Type Structures under Earthquakes.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., October 1980, 70 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-80/31

Keywords:**Mathematical models; Dynamic response; Frequency response; Earthquake engineering; Panels; Soil structure interactions; Foundations; Apartment buildings; Earthquakes; Dynamic structural analysis****Bond, W. E.; Dobry, R.; O'Rourke, M. J.**

A Study of the Engineering Characteristics of the 1971 San Fernando Earthquake Records Using Time Domain Techniques.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., June 1980, 182 p.

Identifying Number(s): CE-80-1

Keywords:**Seismic waves; California; San Fernando earthquake (1971); Mathematical models; Time measurement; Earthquake engineering; Secondary waves; Rayleigh waves; Earthquakes****Hu, Y.**

Input Identification from Structural Vibrational Response.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., August 1980, 90 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-80/26

Keywords:**Structures; Mechanical hysteresis; Mathematical models; Rigid frames; Dynamic response; Frequency response; Earthquake engineering; Earthquakes; Dynamic structural analysis****Hall, J. F.; Chopra, A. K.**

Dynamic Response of Embankment, Concrete-Gravity and Arch Dams Including Hydrodynamic Interaction.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., October 1980, 242 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-80/39

Keywords:**Mathematical models; Arch dams; Gravity dams; Dynamic response; Earthquake engineering; Finite element analysis; Foundations; Hydrodynamics; Concrete dams; Earthquakes; Boundary value problems****Schricker, V.; Powell, G. H.**

Inelastic Seismic Analysis of Large Panel Buildings.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., September 1980, 290 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-80/38

Keywords:**Earthquake resistant structures; Tall buildings; Construction joints; Fortran; Mathematical models; Finite element analysis; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Dynamic response; Computer programming; Panels; DRAIN 2D computer program****Furgerson, R. L.**

Seismic Stability of Block Structures.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., May 1980, 104 p.

Identifying Number(s): UCSD/AMES/TR-80/002

Keywords:**Earthquake resistant structures; Mathematical models; Walls; Dynamic response; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Concrete structures; Concrete slabs; Shear stress; Coulomb friction****A-Grivas, D.; Howland, J. D.**

Probabilistic Seismic Stability Analysis of Earth Slopes.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., December 1980, 131 p.

Identifying Number(s): CE-80-2

Keywords:**Probability theory; Probability density functions; Mathematical models; Earthquake engineering; Soil dynamics; Soil properties; Slopes; Earthquakes****Hasselman, T. K.; Eguchi, R. T.; Wiggins, J. H.**

Assessment of Damageability for Existing Buildings in a Natural Hazards Environment, Volume I: Methodology.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., September 1980, 197 p.

Identifying Number(s): TR-80-1332-1

Keywords:**Damage assessment; Predictions; Dynamic loads; Wind pressure; User needs; Mathematical models; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; DAMAGE computer program; Natural hazards; Earthquakes; Dynamic structural analysis****Al-Tayyib, A. H. J.**

Geometrically Nonlinear Analysis of Rectangular Glass Plates by the Finite Element Method.

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., May 1980, 161 p.

Identifying Number(s): TTU/IDR-50D

Keywords:**Sheet glass; Wind pressure; Window glass; Glass strength; Mathematical models; Plate glass; Finite element analysis; Earthquake engineering; Loads (Forces); Lateral pressure**