2 edition of Rational design methods for light equipment in structures subjected to ground motion found in the catalog.
Rational design methods for light equipment in structures subjected to ground motion
Jerome L. Sackman
1978 by Earthquake Engineering Research Center, College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, for sale by the National Technical Information Service, U.S. Dept. of Commerce] in Berkeley, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Jerome L. Sackman and James M. Kelly.|
|Series||Report - Earthquake Engineering Research Center ; no. UCB/EERC-78/19, Report (University of California, Berkeley. Earthquake Engineering Research Center) ;, no. UCB/EERC-78/19.|
|Contributions||Kelly, James M., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TA658.44 .S22|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||79101537|
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Common Performance Issues Objective information from a representative sample of the housing stock is not available to determine the magnitude and frequency of common performance problems. This section summarizes the findings from recent scientific studies of housing performance in hurricanes and earthquakes.
Design guidance, such as span tables and construction details, is usually available from the manufacturers of these predominantly proprietary products. About 90 percent of the homes in the sample were built before the San Fernando Valley Earthquake, at which time simple prescriptive requirements were normal for single-family detached home construction.
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Determination of, tensile, compressive and shear properties of unidirectional laminates. Merges, Peter S. Breakage of windows and destruction of roofing materials led to widespread and costly water damage to interiors and contents.
Maximizing the height of the interior space of the bridge, which was critical to the design intent and end-user satisfaction, was another challenge overcome collaboratively by the design and construction team.
While the frequency of structural-related defects is comparatively small, the number is still significant in view of the total number of homes built each year.
The structural challenges lay in two arenas: creating a monolith of plate that can be supported by a series of columns and designing the slender columns.
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Heavy floor loads? In general, the homes suffered minimal damage to the elements that are critical to occupant safety. Likewise there are many types of bridges, many types of building, and so on. Graduate students in earthquake, geotechnical and structural engineering departments.
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This issue is discussed in Section Structure and. properly designed structures already contain a large factor of safety in the vertical Many engineers recognize the importance of accounting for vertical ground motion in design, and they argue for implementation.
Friedland, Power, and Mayes Structural Response Including Vertical Component of. this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise, without prior written permission of the authors.
This book is a pre-release version of a book in progress for Oxford University Press. Based on sound theoretical concepts and practical design considerations, the book covers the analysis and design of structures, systems, and components that can resist earthquake ground motions.
Presenting a rational progression of topics, the book discusses seismic hazard assessment, definition of design ground motion, response analysis. Near-Source Strong Ground Motion: Characteristics and Design Issues (English) A System with Amplifying Braces and Magnetorheological Dampers for Control of MDOF Structures Subjected to Earthquakes.
Ribakov, Y. / Earthquake Engineering Research Institute Near-Source Strong Ground Motion: Characteristics and Design Issues. Mavroeidis. For most static structures fatigue is not a problem, but fatigue calculations are usually carried out for the design of structures subjected to many repetitions of large amplitude stress cycles such as railway bridges, supports for large rotating equipment and supports for large open structures subject to wind oscillation.