Earthquake Engineer 10th World
Taylor & Francis US, Jan 1, 1992 - Science - 7000 pages
The official proceedings of the 10th world conference on earthquake engineering in Madrid. Coverage includes damage in recent earthquakes, seismic risk and hazard, site effects, structural analysis and design, seismic codes and standards, urban planning, and expert system application.
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Experimental methods of structure and elements benchmarks and databanks
H Igarashi M Takeuchi MArai H Murakami S lzumita M Fujisawa
Structural analysis and design
S lnoue S Nakata T Miyagawa M Fujii
H Saito A Imamura M Takeuchi Y Kasai S Okamoto M Yoshimura
Behaviour of semirigid prestressed connections of concrete structural elements under cyclic
Repair and retrofit of structures
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amplitude analysis analytical axial load axial stress base beam bars beam-column joints behaviour bond stress boundary columns building calculated compressive strength compressive stress connections coupling beams crack pattern curves cycle cyclic loading damage deflection deformation capacity diagonal displacement drift angle ductility dynamic Earthquake Engineering effect elastic elements evaluation failure mode Figure flexural floor frequency gypsum high strength hoops horizontal hysteresis hysteretic increase Infill ISBN 90 Japan joint shear lateral load longitudinal bars longitudinal reinforcement main bar masonry maximum mechanism obtained panel zone parameters plastic hinge precast precast concrete reinforced concrete reinforcement ratio relationship resistance response Rotterdam seismic shear failure shear force shear reinforcement shear strength shear stress shear walls shown in Fig shows simulated slab steel stiffness story drift strain structure Table tensile tensile strength Tenth World Conference test results test setup test specimens transverse ultimate strength values vertical vibration yield strength