Immediate Detection of Liquefaction Damage and Emergency Action
In spite of the idea of seismic coefficient, the maximum acceleration, which is equivalent to the seismic coefficient, is not a direct and only one parameter that accounts for the effects of earthquake shaking on a variety of structures. This is because, for instance, the period of shaking and number of cycles as well as the duration time can induce different extents of response in structures.
KeywordsResponse Spectrum Natural Period Maximum Acceleration Excess Pore Water Pressure Spectrum Intensity
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