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Fundamentals of earthquake engineering

Author: Amr S Elnashai; Luigi Di Sarno
Publisher: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., [2015]
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Combines aspects of engineering seismology, structural and geotechnical earthquake engineering to assemble the vital components required for a deep understanding of response of structures to  Read more...

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Elnashai, Amr S.
Fundamentals of earthquake engineering.
Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., [2015]
(DLC) 2015017186
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Amr S Elnashai; Luigi Di Sarno
ISBN: 9781118700464 1118700465 9781118700471 1118700473 9781118700457 1118700457
OCLC Number: 910475787
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Preface xi Foreword xii Acknowledgements xiii Introduction xiv List of Abbreviations xix List of Symbols xxii 1 Earthquake Characteristics 1 1.1 Causes of Earthquakes 1 1.1.1 Plate Tectonics Theory 1 1.1.2 Faulting 7 1.1.3 Seismic Waves 11 1.2 Measuring Earthquakes 17 1.2.1 Intensity 17 1.2.2 Magnitude 21 1.2.3 Intensity Magnitude Relationships 26 1.3 Source ]to ]Site Effects 29 1.3.1 Directional Effects 30 1.3.2 Site Effects 32 1.3.3 Dispersion and Incoherence 35 1.4 Effects of Earthquakes 36 1.4.1 Damage to Buildings and Lifelines 39 1.4.2 Effects on the Ground 41 1.4.2.1 Surface Rupture 43 1.4.2.2 Settlement and Uplift 43 1.4.2.3 Liquefaction 44 1.4.2.4 Landslides 44 1.4.3 Human and Financial Losses 47 References 51 2 Response of Structures 54 2.1 General 54 2.2 Conceptual Framework 55 2.2.1 Definitions 55 2.2.2 Strength ] versus Ductility ]Based Response 56 2.2.3 Member ] versus System ]Level Consideration 58 2.2.4 Nature of Seismic Effects 60 2.2.5 Fundamental Response Quantities 60 2.2.6 Social and Economic Limit States 62 2.3 Structural Response Characteristics 63 2.3.1 Stiffness 63 2.3.1.1 Factors Influencing Stiffness 65 2.3.1.2 Effects on Action and Deformation Distributions 71 2.3.1.3 Non ]structural Damage Control 80 2.3.2 Strength 82 2.3.2.1 Factors Influencing Strength 84 2.3.2.2 Effects on Load Path 90 2.3.2.3 Structural Damage Control 94 2.3.3 Ductility 97 2.3.3.1 Factors Influencing Ductility 100 2.3.3.2 Effects on Action Redistribution 111 2.3.3.3 Structural Collapse Prevention 113 2.3.4 Overstrength 116 2.3.5 Damping 122 2.3.6 Relationship between Strength, Overstrength and Ductility: Force Reduction Factor Supply 128 References 132 3 Earthquake Input Motion 136 3.1 General 136 3.2 Earthquake Occurrence and Return Period 136 3.3 Ground ]Motion Models (Attenuation Relationships) 140 3.3.1 Features of Strong ]Motion Data for Attenuation Relationships 143 3.3.2 Attenuation Relationship for Europe 144 3.3.3 Attenuation Relationship for Japan 145 3.3.4 Attenuation Relationships for North America 146 3.3.4.1 Central and Eastern United States 146 3.3.4.2 Western North America 147 3.3.5 Worldwide Attenuation Relationships 148 3.4 Earthquake Spectra 149 3.4.1 Factors Influencing Response Spectra 149 3.4.2 Elastic and Inelastic Spectra 151 3.4.3 Simplified Spectra 158 3.4.3.1 Spectra from Attenuation Relationships 159 3.4.3.2 Spectra from Ground ]Motion Parameters 165 3.4.4 Force Reduction Factors (Demand) 167 3.4.4.1 Newmark and Hall (1982) 168 3.4.4.2 Krawinkler and Nassar (1992) 169 3.4.4.3 Miranda and Bertero (1994) 169 3.4.4.4 Vidic et al. (1994) 170 3.4.4.5 Borzi and Elnashai (2000) 171 3.4.4.6 Comparison between Response Modification Factor Models 173 3.4.5 Design Spectra 174 3.4.6 Vertical Component of Ground Motion 176 3.4.7 Vertical Motion Spectra 178 3.5 Earthquake Records 180 3.5.1 Natural Records 180 3.5.1.1 Regional Differences 180 3.5.1.2 Selection Criteria 182 3.5.2 Artificial Records 184 3.5.3 Records Based on Mathematical Formulations 185 3.5.4 Scaling of Earthquake Records 187 3.5.4.1 Scaling Based on Peak Ground Parameters 187 3.5.4.2 Scaling Based on Spectrum Intensity 188 3.6 Duration and Number of Cycles of Earthquake Ground Motions 194 3.7 Use of Earthquake Databases 199 3.8 Software for Deriving Spectra and Generation of Ground ]Motion Records 200 3.8.1 Derivation of Earthquake Spectra 200 3.8.2 Generation of Ground ]Motion Records 202 References 203 4 Response Evaluation 211 4.1 General 211 4.2 Conceptual Framework 211 4.3 Ground Motion and Load Modelling 214 4.4 Seismic Load Combinations 215 4.5 Structural Modelling 218 4.5.1 Materials 222 4.5.1.1 Metals 222 4.5.1.2 Reinforced Concrete 224 4.5.2 Sections 227 4.5.3 Components and Systems for Structural Modelling 231 4.5.3.1 Beams and Columns 233 4.5.3.2 Connections 237 4.5.3.3 Diaphragms 238 4.5.3.4 Infills 240 4.5.3.5 Frames 241 4.5.3.6 Structural Walls 245 4.5.4 Masses 248 4.6 Methods of Analysis 250 4.6.1 Dynamic Analysis 252 4.6.1.1 Modal and Spectral Analyses 254 4.6.1.2 Response ]History Analysis 260 4.6.1.3 Incremental Dynamic Analysis 262 4.6.2 Static Analysis 265 4.6.2.1 Equivalent Static Analysis 265 4.6.2.2 Pushover Analysis 266 4.6.3 Simplified Code Method 272 4.7 Performance Levels and Objectives 278 4.8 Output for Assessment 285 4.8.1 Actions 287 4.8.2 Deformations 287 References 294 5 Fragility Relationships for Structures 300 5.1 General 300 5.2 Theory and Applications 301 5.3 Empirical Functions 313 5.4 Analytical Functions 321 References 335 6 Seismic Soil Structure Interaction 340 6.1 General 340 6.2 Effects of SSI on Structural Response 342 6.3 Modelling Methods for the Soil Foundation System 344 6.3.1 Lumped Elastic Springs and Dampers 344 6.3.2 Frequency ]Dependent Stiffness and Damping 346 6.3.3 Inelastic Elements for Near ]Field Soil 349 6.3.4 Modelling of Pile and Pile Group Foundations 350 6.3.5 Lumped Spring Mass Damper System 351 6.3.6 Time Series Representation of Foundation Reaction 352 6.4 Analysis Methods 354 6.4.1 Frequency ]Domain Analyses 355 6.4.2 Direct Approach 355 6.4.3 Multistep Approach 357 6.5 Application Examples 359 6.5.1 Pile Soil Interaction Analysis 360 6.5.1.1 Site Properties 361 6.5.1.2 Finite Element Model 361 6.5.1.3 Analysis and Results 362 6.5.2 Meloland Road Overcrossing Embankment Structure Interaction 363 6.5.2.1 Bridge and Site Properties 364 6.5.2.2 Embankment and Foundation Model 364 6.5.2.3 Soil Structure ]Interaction Analysis Configuration 366 6.5.2.4 Dynamic Properties of the Embankment Bridge System 366 6.5.2.5 Time ]History Analysis Results 368 6.5.3 Caruthersville Bridge 368 References 372 Concluding Remarks 377 Appendix A Structural Configurations and Systems for Effective Earthquake Resistance 379 A.1 Structural Configurations 379 A.1.1 Plan Regularity 383 A.1.2 Elevation Regularity 387 A.2 Structural Systems 391 A.2.1 Horizontal Systems 391 A.2.2 Vertical Systems 393 A.2.2.1 Moment ]Resisting Frames 395 A.2.2.2 Braced Frames 396 A.2.2.3 Structural Walls 399 A.2.2.4 Hybrid Frames 401 A.2.2.5 Tube Systems 403 References 407 Appendix B Damage to Structures 409 B.1 Structural Deficiencies 409 B.1.1 Buildings 409 B.1.2 Bridges 411 B.2 Examples of Damage to Buildings 411 B.2.1 RC Buildings 412 B.2.1.1 Beams 412 B.2.1.2 Columns 413 B.2.1.3 Beam ]to ]Column Joints 417 B.2.1.4 Frames 419 B.2.1.5 Walls 427 B.2.2 Masonry Buildings 428 B.2.2.1 Failure in Load ]Bearing Walls 429 B.2.2.2 Failure in Non ]bearing Walls 431 B.2.2.3 Failure of Wall Connections 432 B.2.3 Steel and Composite Buildings 432 B.2.3.1 Member Failures 433 B.2.3.2 Connection Failures 435 B.2.3.3 System Failures 439 B.3 Examples of Damage to Bridges 440 B.3.1 Span Failure 441 B.3.2 Abutment Failure 444 B.3.3 Pier Failure 445 B.3.3.1 Column Flexural Failure 446 B.3.3.2 Column Shear Failure 447 B.3.3.3 Column Buckling and Fractures 447 B.3.4 Joint Failure 450 B.3.5 Footing Failure 450 B.3.6 Geotechnical Effects 454 B.4 Lessons Learnt from Previous Earthquakes 455 B.4.1 Requisites of RC Structures 455 B.4.2 Requisites of Masonry Structures 456 B.4.3 Requisites of Steel and Composite Structures 457 References 457 Index 459
Responsibility: Amr S. Elnashai, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA and Luigi Di Sarno, Department of Engineering, University of Sannio, Benevento, Italy.

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