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  • Mengi, Y.; McNiven, H. D.
    A Mathematical Model of Masonry for Predicting its Linear Seismic Response Characteristics.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.; North Atlantic Treaty Organization., February 1979, 115 p.
    Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-79/04
    Keywords: Dynamic response; Earthquake engineering; Masonry; Earthquakes; Composite materials; Wave propagation; Laminates; Mathematical models; Seismic waves

  • Mohammadi, J.; Ang, A. H. S .
    A Method for the Analysis of Seismic Reliability of Lifeline Systems.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., February 1980, 117 p.
    Identifying Number(s): UILU-ENG-80-2004
    Keywords: Seismic waves; Public utilities; Dynamic structural analysis; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Transportation; Risk analysis; Earthquakes; Pipelines; Communication equipment; Water supply; Seismic risk

  • Freeman, B. E.
    A New Wind Energy Site Selection Methodology.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. Applied Science and Research Applications., October 1975, 17 p.
    Identifying Number(s): SAI-75-662-LJ
    Keywords: Wind power; Site selection; Wind (Meteorology); Wind power generation; Data acquisition; SIGMET computer program; Site surveys; Wind velocity; Mathematical models; Planning

  • Liou, C. P.
    A Numerical Model for Liquefaction in Sand Deposits.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., April 1976, 221 p.
    Identifying Number(s): UMEE-76R3
    Keywords: Pore pressure; Earthquake engineering; Sands; Earthquakes; Shear stresses; Soil dynamics; Secondary waves; Earth movements; Liquefaction (Soils); Stress strain diagrams; Liquefaction; Seismic waves

  • Kelly, J. M.; Eidinger, J. M.; Derham, C. J.
    A Practical Soft Story Earthquake Isolation System.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., November 1977, 150 p.
    Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-77/27
    Keywords: Dynamic response; Ground motion; Bearings; Damping; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Earthquakes; Rubber; Energy absorption; Earth movements; Dynamic structural analysis

  • A-Grivas, D.; Howland, J.; Tolcser, P.
    A Probabilistic Model for Seismic Slope Stability Analysis.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., June 1979, 95 p.
    Identifying Number(s): CE-78-5
    Keywords: Earthquake engineering; Probability density functions; Earthquakes; Earthwork; Probability theory; Soil properties; Random variables; Slopes; Mathematical models; Seismic risk

  • A Program of Studies on the Socioeconomic Effects of Earthquake Predictions.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., January 1978, 176 p.
    Identifying Number(s): IJBN-0-309-02789-6
    Keywords: Economic impact; Reviews; Economic analysis; Earthquakes; Research; Government policies; Social effect; State of the art; Socioeconomic impacts; Businesses; Warning systems; Sociology; Predictions; Economic factors; Regions

  • A Rational Approach to Damage Mitigation in Existing Structures Exposed to Earthquakes.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Applied Science and Research Applications., May 1978, 95 p.
    Keywords: Hazards; Buildings; DAMSTAT computer program; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Damage assessment; Masonry construction; Seismic design; Computer programs; Decision making; Fortran; Renovating; Predictions; Seismic risk

  • Der Kiureghian, A.
    A Response Spectrum Method for Random Vibrations.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC., June 1980, 49 p.
    Identifying Number(s): UCB/EERC-80/15
    Keywords: Dynamic response; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Excitation; Structures; Random vibration

  • Ackroyd, M. H.; Whitman, R. V.
    A Review of Recent Mathematical Models Made on Actual Buildings and the Accuracy of the Predicted Periods, Optimum Seismic Protection for New Building Construction in Eastern Metropolitan Areas.
    National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Engineering and Applied Science., May 1973, 49 p.
    Identifying Number(s): INTERNAL STUDY-33
    Keywords: Ground motion; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Earthquake resistant structures; Vibration; Steel construction; Mathematical models; Concrete structures; Framed structures; Seismic waves