This guide introduces the wide ranging origins and principal features of dynamic behaviour, and then goes on to cover the translation of this behaviour into design parameters. The impact on design of introducing dynamic considerations is identified through contrasts to design solutions based solely on static conditions. There is also an examination of the techniques available to modify the dynamic loading before it reaches the superstructure. Finally, dynamic design terminology is explained.Manual for Zonation on Seismic Geotechnical Hazards. Japanese Society for Soil ... Kelly, J.M. Earthquake-resistant Design with Rubber, 2nd edition. Springer Verlag, 1996. Key, D. ... Engineering Journal AISC 18, 2, 1981. Naeim F. (editor).
|Author||:||J. R. Maguire, T. A. Wyatt|
|Publisher||:||Inst of Civil Engineers Pub - 1999|