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Proceedings of SMIP92 Seminar on Seismological and Engineering Implications of Recent Strong-Motion Data

May 21, 1992

Sacramento, California

 

Edited by M.J. Huang


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Table of Contents


Preface

The Site Response of Two Rock and Soil Station Pairs to Strong and Weak Ground Motion
R.B. Darragh and A.F. Shakal

1-1

Quantification of Long Period Strong Ground Motion Attenuation for Engineering Design
W. Silva and N.A. Abrahamson

2-1

Comparison of Strong Motion and Weak Motion Recordings of the Loma Prieta Sequence
O. Bonamassa, H. Houston and J.E. Vidale

3-1

Evaluation of Code-Accidental Torsion Provisions Using Earthquake Records From Three Nominally Symmetric-Plan Buildings
J.C. De la Llera and A.K. Chopra

4-1

Evaluation of Displacement Amplification Factor For Seismic Design Codes
C.-M. Uang and A. Maarouf

5-1

Analysis of Recorded Building Data to Verify or Improve 1991 Uniform Building Code (UBC) Period of Vibration Formulas
E.E. Cole, C.V. Tokas and J.F. Meehan

6-1

Effects of Duration on Structural Response Factors and on Ground-Motion Damageability
R.T. Sewell

7-1

Verification of a Method for Estimating Overturning Moment of Tall Buildings
M.-C. Chen

8-1

Effect of Relative Displacements Between Adjacent Bridge Segments
K. Kasai, W.D. Liu and V. Jeng

9-1

Nonlinear Dynamic Response Analysis of Lexington Dam
L.H. Mejia, J.I. Sun, S. Salah-mars, Y. Moriwaki and M. Beikae

10-1