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Spatial variation of seismic ground motions

Aspasia Zerva

Spatial variation of seismic ground motions

modeling and engineering applications

by Aspasia Zerva

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton, FL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lifeline earthquake engineering -- Mathematical models,
  • Public utilities -- Earthquake effects -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAspasia Zerva.
    SeriesAdvances in engineering series -- 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA654.6 .Z47 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18534666M
    ISBN 109780849399299
    LC Control Number2008014225

    Effects of ground motion spatial variations and random site conditions on seismic responses of bridge structures. The research carried out in this thesis concentrates on the modelling of spatial variation of seismic ground motions, and its effect on bridge structural by: 1. In particular, seismic responses of an end bent from an integral abutment bridge, in both longitudinal and transverse directions, were focused upon. As a study outcome, instances were identified where simplifying assumptions (viz., use of non-spatially varying ground motions) may be warranted in conducting seismic time-history : R. Botero, A. Taghavi, M. Davidson, G. Consolazio.

    ground and due to differential superposition of waves arriving from different parts of an extended source; the wave-passage effect, which describes the differences in the arrival times of waves at separate locations. The spatial variation of seismic ground motions been studied by many researchers. Most. Influence of spatial variability of ground motion on seismic response of bridges An approach to seismic analysis of bridges under spatially variable ground motions is presented. The phenomenon of spatial variability of earthquakes, its effects on bridge response, and differences with respect to simultaneous excitation of supports, are by: 2.

    • What is spatial correlation? The similarity of ground motions at two sites. • Spatial correlation of ground motion parameters Ground Motion Prediction Equation: η. j. and ε. ij. represent the interevent variability and the intraevent variability, respectively. • Spatial correlation is important for seismic hazardFile Size: KB. Abstract: Spatial variation of seismic ground motions is caused by incoherence effect, wave passage, and local site conditions. This study focuses on the effects of spatial variation of earthquake ground motion on the responses of adjacent reinforced concrete (RC) frame .


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The spatial variation of seismic ground motions denotes the differences in the seismic time histories at various locations on the ground surface. This text focuses on the spatial variability of the motions that is caused by the propagation of the waveforms from the earthquake source through the earth strata to the ground surface, and it brings Cited by: This book may serve as a tutorial and/or reference for graduate students, researchers and practicing engineers interested in advancing the current state of knowledge in the analysis and modeling of the spatial variation of the seismic ground motions, or utilizing spatially variable excitations in the seismic response evaluation of long structures.

This book may serve as a tutorial and/or reference for graduate students, researchers and practicing engineers interested in advancing the current state of knowledge in the analysis and modeling of the spatial variation of the seismic ground motions, or utilizing spatially variable excitations in the seismic response evaluation of long structures.5/5(1).

The procedure for the estimation of the stochastic spatial variation of seismic motions from recorded data considers that the motions are realizations of space-time random fields, i.e., multi-dimensional and multivariate random functions of location, expressed as the position vector with respect to a selected origin, r = {x, y, z}T, superscript T indicating transpose, and time, : Aspasia Zerva.

The spatial variation of seismic ground motions denotes the differences in the seismic time histories at various locations on the ground surface.

This text focuses on the spatial variability of the motions that is caused by the propagation of the waveforms from the earthquake source through the earth strata to the ground surface, and it brings togeCited by: The term spatial variation of seismic ground motions denotes the differences in amplitude and Spatial variation of seismic ground motions book of seismic motions recorded over extended areas.

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It describes. The abutment, bridge pier and adjacent abutment were excited by three separate large shake tables, respectively. The influence of the spatial variation of ground motions and the girder-abutment pounding on the seismic response is : Z.

Yang, C. Kun, N. Chouw. Request PDF | On Jan 1,Z. Yang and others published Impact of Spatial Variation of Ground Motions on the Seismic Performance of a Bridge Structure | Find, read and cite all the research you.

Stochastic estimation of spatial variability --Parametric modeling of spatial variability --Physical characterization of spatial variability --Seismic ground-surface strains --Random vibrations for multi-support excitations --Simulations of spatially variable ground motions.

Spatial Variation of Seismic Ground Motions: Modeling and Engineering ApplicationsCRC Press$ This impressive book comes at a critical time for both researchers and practitioners working in earthquake engineering, especially for those dealing with large spatial structures, e.g., pipelines, long-span bridges, and dams.

The seismic design of structures considers that all ground supports are subjected simultaneously to identical seismic excitation. This assumption is not valid for extended structures since it has been recognized that seismic motion exhibits no negligible variability.

The spatial variation of seismic ground motions denotes the differences in the seismic time histories at various locations on the ground surface. This text focuses on the spatial variability of the motions that is caused by the propagation of the waveforms from the earthquake source through the earth strata to the ground surface, and it brings together the various aspects underlying this.

Spudich P. Recent seismological insights into the spatial variation of earthquake ground motions. Proceedings of ATC Seminar on New developments in earthquake ground motion estimation and implications for engineering design practice, ATC ; Cited by: 6.

Search term. Advanced Search Citation Search. Search. long-span bridges, and dams. The book provides a comprehensive review of models for seismic ground motions, including their spa-tial variation and their simulation, and illustrates the effects of spatial variation with relevant applications.

Chapter 1 motivates the reader and outlines the book content. tude and frequency content of the bedrock motions differently. An illustration of the scattering of seismic waves from an extended source through layered strata and a dense soil pocket is given in Fig.

Measuring SVEGM 1. Seismograph arrays that can record ground motions simultaneously at several locations are required. effects of spatial variation of ground motions on large multiply-supportedstructures by hong hao preface by bruce a. bolt and joseph penzien college of engineering university of california at berkeley rei"roduced by u.s.

department of commerce nationaltechnical information service springfield, va Seismic behavior of long circle tunnels is significantly influenced by the nature of input motion. This study, based on the 3D finite-element method (FEM), evaluates the effects of spatially varying seismic ground motions and uniform input seismic ground motions and their incident angles on the diameter strain rate and tensive/compressive principal stresses under different by: 1.On the ground lifelines A.

Zerva Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering, Drexel University, Philadelphia PAUSA spatial variation motions and its of seismic effects on The effect of the spatial variability-incoherence and apparent propagation of the seismic ground motions on the response of buried and above-ground lifelines is by: