6 edition of Computational Earthquake Physics found in the catalog.
January 19, 2007 by Birkhäuser Basel .
Written in English
|Contributions||Xiang-chu Yin (Editor), Peter Mora (Editor), Andrea Donnellan (Editor), Mitsuhiro Matsu"ura (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||310|
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Dyskin, Y. If one could measure all the stresses and strains in the neighborhood of a fault with great accuracy, and if one knew with confidence the physical laws that govern the motion of such systems, then the intrinsic time limit for predictability might be some small multiple of the average interval between characteristic large events on the fault.
The deck unseated at the hinge and failed in shear. Main article: Seismic loading Seismic loading means application of an earthquake-generated excitation on a structure or geo-structure.
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Experimental assessment[ edit ] Experimental evaluations are expensive tests that are typically done by placing a scaled model of the structure on a shake-table that simulates the earth shaking and observing its behavior.
Meng, J. A definitive list of earthquake engineering research related shaking tables around the world may be found in Experimental Facilities for Earthquake Engineering Simulation Worldwide. A widely studied type of fault interaction arises from the permanent change of the stress field following an earthquake.
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