A Comprehensive Research Program in Earthquake Engineering.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., August 22, 1968, 19 p.
Keywords: Dynamic response; Seismic waves; Ground motion; Earthquake engineering; Earthquakes; Soil structure interactions; Soil dynamics; Earth movements; Computer aided analysis; Seismology; Accelerometers; Dynamic structural analysis
Cherry, J. T.; Halda, E. J.; Hamilton, K. G.
A Deterministic Approach to the Prediction of Free Field Ground Motion and Response Spectra from Stick-Slip Earthquakes.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., December 1974, 47 p.
Keywords: Ground motion; Rock mechanics; Earthquake engineering; Seismic epicenter; Stress analysis; Earthquakes; Stress waves; Earth movements; Mathematical models; Geological faults; Dynamic structural analysis
Hilber, H. M.; Taylor, R. L.
A Finite Element Model of Fluid Flow in Systems of Deformable Fractured Rock.
National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., November 1976, 72 p.
Identifying Number(s): UCSESM-76-5
Keywords: Dynamic response; Rocks; Rock mechanics; Earthquake engineering; Percolation; Earthquakes; Fractures (Materials); Computer applications; Hydrodynamics; Finite element analysis; Fluid flow; Fluid infiltration
Savy, J. B.
A Geophysical Model of Strong Motion for Large Ensemble Generation.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., July 1981, 135 p.
Identifying Number(s): R81-6
Keywords: Ground motion; Sensitivity analysis; Earthquake engineering; Random walk; Earthquakes; Monte Carlo method; Earth movements; Mathematical models; Geological faults; Seismic waves
Byrd, R. C.
A Laboratory Study of the Fluid-Structure Interaction of Submerged Tanks and Caissons in Earthquakes.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Rockville, Md. Office of Sea Grant.; California State Resources Agency, Sacramento., May 1978, 167 p.
Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-78/08
Keywords: Dynamic response; Ground motion; Computer programs; Earthquake engineering; Earthquakes; Offshore structures; Hydrodynamics; Equations of motion; Force; Fortran; Storage tanks; CONTAPE computer program; SUBTANK computer program; MASSCAL computer program; Pressure; Hydrodynamic forces
Krousgrill, C. M.
A Linearization Technique for the Dynamic Response of Nonlinear Continua.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., January 1981, 150 p.
Identifying Number(s): EERL-80-08
Keywords: Dynamic response; Theses; Numerical integration; Earthquake engineering; Linear differential equations; Nonlinear structural analysis; Computer applications; Finite element analysis; Nonlinear differential equations; Mathematical models; Structural analysis; Dynamic structural analysis
Omote, Y.; Mayes, R. L.; Chen, S. W. J.; Clough, R. W.
A Literature Survey - Transverse Strength of Masonry Walls.
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C., March 1977, 148 p.
Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-77/07
Keywords: Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Masonry; Transverse strength; Structural design; Lateral pressure; Walls; Brick construction; Concrete blocks
Chan, C. K.; Min, T. K.; Okrent, D.
A Look at Alternate Core Disruption Accidents in LMFBRs.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, D.C. Div. of Reactor Safety Research.; National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., May 1977, 66 p.
Keywords: Systems analysis; Breeder reactors; Heat transfer; Liquid metal fast breeder reactors; Nuclear reactor accidents; Piping systems; Mathematical models; Bubbles; Reactor cores
A Look at Opportunities for Community College Dissemination of Earthquake Hazard Mitigation Information: The California Experience.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., September 4, 1979, 81 p.
Keywords: Universities; Publicity; Hazards; Junior colleges; Community colleges; Earthquakes; Information systems; Television systems; Mass media; Communicating
Hegemier, G. A.; Arya, S. K.; Nunn, R. O.; Miller, M. E.; Anvar, A.
A Major Study of Concrete Masonry Under Seismic-Type Loading. Earthquake Response and Damage Prediction of Reinforced Concrete Masonry Multistory Buildings.
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., January 1978, 123 p.
Identifying Number(s): UCSD/AMES/TR-77/002
Keywords: Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Masonry; Seismic design; Earthquakes; Shear properties; Concrete construction; Biaxial stresses; Dynamic structural analysis