Advances in Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering by Michael N. FardisAdvances in Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering by Michael N. Fardis

Advances in Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering

byMichael N. Fardis

Paperback | September 5, 2012

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&P&Performance-based Earthquake Engineeringhas emerged before the turn of the century as the most important development in the field of Earthquake Engineering during the last three decades. It has since then started penetrating codes and standards on seismic assessment and retrofitting and making headway towards seismic design standards for new structures as well. The US have been a leader inPerformance-based Earthquake Engineering, but also Europe is a major contributor. Two Workshops onPerformance-based Earthquake Engineering, held in Bled (Slovenia) in 1997 and 2004 are considered as milestones. The ACES Workshop in Corfu (Greece) of July 2009 builds on them, attracting as contributors world-leaders inPerformance-based Earthquake Engineeringfrom North America, Europe and the Pacific rim (Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan, China). It covers the entire scope ofPerformance-based Earthquake Engineering: Ground motions for performance-based earthquake engineering; Methodologies for Performance-based seismic design and retrofitting; Implementation of Performance-based seismic design and retrofitting; and Advanced seismic testing for performance-based earthquake engineering.

Audience: This volume will be of interest to scientists and advanced practitioners in structural earthquake engineering, geotechnical earthquake engineering, engineering seismology, and experimental dynamics.&/P&

Title:Advances in Performance-Based Earthquake EngineeringFormat:PaperbackDimensions:486 pagesPublished:September 5, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9400732716

ISBN - 13:9789400732711

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Preface Contributors PART I: GROUND MOTIONS FOR PERFORMANCE-BASED EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING 1. Mapping seismic hazard for the needs of displacement-based design: the case of Italy; E. Faccioli et al 2. Some examples of 1D, fully stochastic site response analyses of soil deposits; C.G. Lai, M. Corigliano, H. Sanchez 3. Evaluation of the coherence of strong ground motions using wavelet analysis; M.F. Vassiliou, N. Makris 4. Real, scaled, adjusted and artificial records: a displacement and cyclic response assessment; I. Iervolino et al 5. Theoretical consistency of common record selection strategies in performance-based earthquake engineering; P.J. Stafford, J.J. Bommer 6. Long-period earthquake ground motion: recent advances and observations from the April 6 2009, Mw6.3 L'Aquila earthquake, Italy; R. Paolucci 7. Uncertainty in nonlinear SDoF response due to long-period noise of accelerograms; S. Akkar, P. Gulkan, O. Kale 8. Are current design spectra sufficient for soil-structure systems on soft soils?; A. Ziotopoulou, G. Gazetas 9. Elastic demand spectra; K. Pitilakis et al PART II: PERFORMANCE-BASED SEISMIC DESIGN AND RETROFITTING - METHODOLOGIES 10. A dynamic macro-element for performance based design of foundations; A. Pecker, C.T. Chatzigogos, J. Salençon 11. New concept on fail-safe design of foundation structure systems insensitive to extreme motions; T. Kabeyasawa, T. Kabeyasawa 12. Performance-based seismic design of tall buildings in the Western United States; R.O. Hamburger, J.P. Moehle 13. Introduction to a model code for displacement-based seismic design; T. Sullivan, N. Priestley, G.M. Calvi 14. A performance-based seismic design procedure for 3D R/C buildings, explicitly accounting for deformation control; A.J. Kappos, S. Stefanidou 15. A new seismic design method for steel structures; T.L. Karavasilis, N. Bazeos, D.E. Beskos 16. Significance of modeling deterioration in structural components for predicting the collapse potential of structures under earthquake excitations; H. Krawinkler et al 17. Enhanced building-specific seismic performance assessment; E. Miranda 18. A damage spectrum for performance-based design; A. Ghobarah, M. Safar 19. Construction of response spectra for inelastic asymmetric-plan structures; J.-L. Lin, K.-C. Tsai 20. Multi-mode pushover analysis with generalized force vectors; H. Sucuoglu, M.S. Günay 21. A practice-oriented approach for probabilistic seismic assessment of building structures; P. Fajfar, M. Dolsek 22. Direct probability-based seismic design of RC buildings; P. Franchin, P.E. Pinto 23. Probabilistic models for visual damage; T. Haukaas, S. Talachian, K.J. Elwood PART III: PERFORMANCE-BASED SEISMIC DESIGN AND RETROFITTING - IMPLEMENTATION 24. Dual flexural plastic hinge design for reducing higher-mode effects on high-rise cantilever wall buildings; M. Panagiotou, J.I. Restrepo 25. High seismic performance systems for steel structures; C. Christopoulos 26. Performance-based seismic design and experimental evaluation of steel MRFs with compressed elastomer dampers; J.M. Ricles et al 27. Performance-based design of self-centering steel frame systems; R. Sause et al 28. Damage-control self-centering structures: From laboratory testing to on-site applications; S. Pampanin 29. Seismic design of plane steel frames using modal strength reduction (b