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The Resource Improving the earthquake resilience of buildings : the worst case approach, Izuru Takewaki, Abbas Moustafa, Kohei Fujita

Improving the earthquake resilience of buildings : the worst case approach, Izuru Takewaki, Abbas Moustafa, Kohei Fujita

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Improving the earthquake resilience of buildings : the worst case approach
Title
Improving the earthquake resilience of buildings
Title remainder
the worst case approach
Statement of responsibility
Izuru Takewaki, Abbas Moustafa, Kohei Fujita
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Language
eng
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PU
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Takewaki, Izuru
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  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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  • Moustafa, Abbas
  • Fujita, Kohei
Series statement
Springer series in reliability engineering,
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Earthquake resistant design
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Improving the earthquake resilience of buildings : the worst case approach, Izuru Takewaki, Abbas Moustafa, Kohei Fujita
Instantiates
Publication
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Includes bibliographical references (p.)
Contents
Introduction -- Earthquake resilience of high-rise buildings : case study of the 2011 Tohoku (Japan) earthquake -- Simulation of near-field pulse-like ground motion -- Critical characterization and modeling of pulse-like near-field strong ground motion -- Characteristics of earthquake ground motion of repeated sequences -- Modeling critical ground-motion sequences for inelastic structures -- Response of nonlinear SDOF structures to random acceleration sequences -- Use of deterministic and probabilistic measures to identify unfavorable earthquake records -- Damage assessment of inelastic structures under worst earthquake loads -- Critical earthquake loads for SDOF inelastic structures considering evolution of seismic waves -- Critical correlation of bidirectional horizontal ground motions -- Optimal placement of visco-elastic dampers and supporting members under variable critical excitations -- Earthquake response bound analysis of uncertain passively controlled buildings for robustness evaluation -- Earthquake response bound analysis of uncertain base-isolated buildings for robustness evaluation -- Future directions
Control code
14332969
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 324 p.
Isbn
9781447141433
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), col. maps
Label
Improving the earthquake resilience of buildings : the worst case approach, Izuru Takewaki, Abbas Moustafa, Kohei Fujita
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p.)
Contents
Introduction -- Earthquake resilience of high-rise buildings : case study of the 2011 Tohoku (Japan) earthquake -- Simulation of near-field pulse-like ground motion -- Critical characterization and modeling of pulse-like near-field strong ground motion -- Characteristics of earthquake ground motion of repeated sequences -- Modeling critical ground-motion sequences for inelastic structures -- Response of nonlinear SDOF structures to random acceleration sequences -- Use of deterministic and probabilistic measures to identify unfavorable earthquake records -- Damage assessment of inelastic structures under worst earthquake loads -- Critical earthquake loads for SDOF inelastic structures considering evolution of seismic waves -- Critical correlation of bidirectional horizontal ground motions -- Optimal placement of visco-elastic dampers and supporting members under variable critical excitations -- Earthquake response bound analysis of uncertain passively controlled buildings for robustness evaluation -- Earthquake response bound analysis of uncertain base-isolated buildings for robustness evaluation -- Future directions
Control code
14332969
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 324 p.
Isbn
9781447141433
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), col. maps

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