Advances in Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering (Geotechnical #13) (Paperback)

Advances in Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering (Geotechnical #13) By Michael N. Fardis (Editor) Cover Image

Advances in Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering (Geotechnical #13) (Paperback)

By Michael N. Fardis (Editor)
Preface Contributors PART I: GROUND MOTIONS FOR PERFORMANCE-BASED EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING 1. Mapping seismic hazard for the needs of displacement-based design: the case of Italy; E. Faccioli et al 2. Some examples of 1D, fully stochastic site response analyses of soil deposits; C.G. Lai, M. Corigliano, H. Sanchez 3. Evaluation of the coherence of strong ground motions using wavelet analysis; M.F. Vassiliou, N. Makris 4. Real, scaled, adjusted and artificial records: a displacement and cyclic response assessment; I. Iervolino et al 5. Theoretical consistency of common record selection strategies in performance-based earthquake engineering; P.J. Stafford, J.J. Bommer 6. Long-period earthquake ground motion: recent advances and observations from the April 6 2009, Mw6.3 L'Aquila earthquake, Italy; R. Paolucci 7. Uncertainty in nonlinear SDoF response due to long-period noise of accelerograms; S. Akkar, P. Gulkan, O. Kale 8. Are current design spectra sufficient for soil-structure systems on soft soils?; A. Ziotopoulou, G. Gazetas 9. Elastic demand spectra; K. Pitilakis et al PART II: PERFORMANCE-BASED SEISMIC DESIGN AND RETROFITTING - METHODOLOGIES 10. A dynamic macro-element for performance based design of foundations; A. Pecker, C.T. Chatzigogos, J. Salen on 11. New concept on fail-safe design of foundation structure systems insensitive to extreme motions; T. Kabeyasawa, T. Kabeyasawa 12. Performance-based seismic design of tall buildings in the Western United States; R.O. Hamburger, J.P. Moehle 13. Introduction to a model code for displacement-based seismic design; T. Sullivan, N. Priestley, G.M. Calvi 14. A performance-based seismic design procedure for 3D R/C buildings, explicitly accounting for deformation control; A.J. Kappos, S. Stefanidou 15. A new seismic design method for steel structures; T.L. Karavasilis, N. Bazeos, D.E. Beskos 16. Significance of modeling deterioration in structural components for predicting the collapse potential of structures under earthquake excitations; H. Krawinkler et al 17. Enhanced building-specific seismic performance assessment; E. Miranda 18. A damage spectrum for performance-based design; A. Ghobarah, M. Safar 19. Construction of response spectra for inelastic asymmetric-plan structures; J.-L. Lin, K.-C. Tsai 20. Multi-mode pushover analysis with generalized force vectors; H. Sucuoglu, M.S. G nay 21. A practice-oriented approach for probabilistic seismic assessment of building structures; P. Fajfar, M. Dolsek 22. Direct probability-based seismic design of RC buildings; P. Franchin, P.E. Pinto 23. Probabilistic models for visual damage; T. Haukaas, S. Talachian, K.J. Elwood PART III: PERFORMANCE-BASED SEISMIC DESIGN AND RETROFITTING - IMPLEMENTATION 24. Dual flexural plastic hinge design for reducing higher-mode effects on high-rise cantilever wall buildings; M. Panagiotou, J.I. Restrepo 25. High seismic performance systems for steel structures; C. Christopoulos 26. Performance-based seismic design and experimental evaluation of steel MRFs with compressed elastomer dampers; J.M. Ricles et al 27. Performance-based design of self-centering steel frame systems; R. Sause et al 28. Damage-control self-centering structures: From laboratory testing to on-site applications; S. Pampanin 29. Seismic design of plane steel frames using modal strength reduction (b.
Product Details ISBN: 9789400732711
ISBN-10: 9400732716
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: September 5th, 2012
Pages: 486
Language: English
Series: Geotechnical