4 edition of Applications of earthquake data in generating aseismic design inputs found in the catalog.
Microfiche. New Delhi : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 2004. 2 microfiches. Master microform held by: DLC.Includes bibliographical references.At head of title: Government of India, Atomic Energy Commission.
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Applied Soft Computing, 46, 588-595. Comparison of the records obtained at the south abutment near the original strong-motion station with those obtained at a downstream canyon floor location some distance from the dam revealed an average amplification of about 1.
The connection between the Drucker's associated plasticity law and the Mises principle was widely discussed in context of thermo-mechanical principles of continua e. 0 occur in the subduction zones and continental thrust zones. 20 PRESENT STATUS OF KNOWLEDGE Prediction of Free-Field Motion Definition of seismic input is very closely related to the way the dam- reservoir-foundation system is modeled.
018 g N-S and 0. In this case the free-field motion is defined as the motion of the dam- foundation contact surface due to seismic excitation without the presence of the dam. This simplified stress-drop algorithm, adopted in our previous model realizations ; ;, underestimates the area of seismic events with a given potency. Motaghi K, Hessami K, Tatar M 2010 Pattern recognition of major asperities using local recurrence time in Alborz Mountains, Northern Iran. Yet, no single database exists to house all geologic slip rate data used in these calculations.
The local approach is more closely related to the ANN concept of distributed processing in which computations can be made independent to each other. Comput Civ Infrastruct Eng 24:280—292• I J C S S 4—3:295—307• Int J Electr Comput Eng 3:6• However, as discussed by, and simulated in this paper and our previous related works, the elastic moduli at the source vary rapidly and are hence ambiguously defined in the space-time windows associated with earthquakes.
Int J Comput Appl 21—10:14—19• Their model realization with uncorrelated random property variation along the fault leads to a widening of the potency-area relation especially for weak seismicity.
The peak velocities at heights of 160, 220, and 265 m were 0. One of the array types suggested was the "local effect array" that could be used to study the "variation of ground motions across valleys.
demonstrates the effects of the stiffness of the virtual springs used to implement the boundary conditions.
This arch dam is 180 m high, and the canyon width is about 250 m at crest level.
J K Sa Un 24—4:301—313• Model parameters governing the damage evolution and loading conditions also affect the stress drop values.
This result indicates that the amplification may be larger than expected because of the assumed rigid energy-trapping boundary at the base; also, the assumption of uniform motion at the base may have contributed to the conservative results.