Seismic Design of Building Structures Eleventh Edition

Seismic Design of Building Structures  Eleventh Edition Author Michael R. Lindeburg, PE
ISBN-10 9781591264705
Release 2014-10-21
Pages 268
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Seismic Design of Building Structures A Professional’s Introduction to Earthquake Forces and Design Details Eleventh Edition Seismic Design of Building Structures presents the seismic design concepts most essential to engineers, architects, and students of civil and structural engineering and architecture. The book’s 15 chapters provide a concise but thorough review of seismic theory, code application, design principles, and structural analysis. The 30 example problems demonstrate how to apply concepts, codes, and equations to solve realistic problems. More than 125 practice problems provide opportunities for independent problem-solving practice, and complete solutions allow you to check your solution approach. This book includes two comprehensive indexes—one of key terms and another of seismic building codes—to quickly direct you to the information you are looking for. You can also locate related support material by following references throughout the text to the 150 equations, 29 tables, 144 figures, and 16 appendices, and to relevant codes and standards. Topics Covered: • Basic Seismology • Details of Seismic-Resistant Structures (Concrete, Masonry, Steel, Wood) • Diaphragm Theory • Earthquake Characteristics • Effects of Earthquakes on Structures • General Structural Design • Response of Structures • Seismic Building Code • Special Design Features • Tilt-Up Construction • Vibration Theory Referenced Codes and Standards: • ACI 318 • ACI 530 • AISC 341 • AISC 360 • ASCE/SEI7 • IBC • NDS • SDPWD



Seismic Design of Building Structures

Seismic Design of Building Structures Author Michael R. Lindeburg, PE
ISBN-10 9781591263579
Release 2011
Pages 288
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Seismic Design of Building Structures provides a comprehensive introduction to core seismic concepts and principles. It offers essential background information for seismic problems on the California Special Civil Seismic exam, the Structural Engineering (SE) exam, and the Architect Registration Examination (ARE). 15 chapters and 16 appendices provide a concise but thorough review of seismic theory, code application, design principles, and structural analysis. A Comprehensive Review of Seismic Concepts and Principles A thorough review of seismic building codes Easy-to-use formulas, figures, and tables Detailed illustrations and definitions of seismic terminology 129 practice problems 34 example problems A complete index What's New in the 10th Edition? Thoroughly updated for ACI 318-08, ACI 530-08, and IBC-09 seismic building codes Two indices--one for terms, figures, and tables, and one for codes used in the boo Topics Covered Basic Seismology Diaphragm Theory Earthquake Characteristics Effects of Earthquakes on Structures General Structural Design Response of Structures Seismic Building Codes Seismic-Resistant Concrete Structures Seismic-Resistant Masonry Structures Seismic-Resistant Steel Structures Seismic-Resistant Wood Structures Special Design Features Tilt-Up Construction Vibration Theory An Introduction to Seismic Design for the California Special Civil Seismic exam California Structural Engineer Seismic exam Civil PE exam Structural Engineering (SE) exam Architect Registration Examination (ARE)



Seismic Design of Building Structures

Seismic Design of Building Structures Author Michael R. Lindeburg
ISBN-10 1591261368
Release 2008
Pages 263
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Seismic Design of Building Structures provides a comprehensive introduction to core seismic concepts and principles, and offers essential background information for seismic problems on the California Special Civil Seismic Examination as well as other professional licensing exams. With thorough coverage of seismic building codes including the 2006 International Building Code (IBC), this book prepares you for conceptual and technical questions on structural analysis and code issues by giving you an understanding of earthquakes and their effects. Comprehensive introduction to seismic design Over 30 example problems and 120 practice problems with step-by-step solutions A thorough review of Seismic Building Codes Easy-to-use formulas, figures, and tables Detailed illustrations and definitions of seismic terminology Perfect for the California Special Civil Seismic Examination NCEES Civil PE Examination NCEES Structural PE Examinations Architect Registration Examination (ARE) Topics Covered Include Basic Seismology Diaphragm Theory Earthquake Characteristics Effects of Earthquakes on Structures General Structural Design Response of Structures Seismic Building Codes Seismic-Resistant Concrete Structures Seismic-Resistant Masonry Structures Seismic-Resistant Steel Structures Seismic-Resistant Wood Structures Special Design Features Tilt-Up Construction Vibration Theory



California Civil Seismic Building Design

California Civil Seismic Building Design Author Michael R. Lindeburg
ISBN-10 1591265665
Release 2018-03-12
Pages 288
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California Civil Seismic Building Design presents the seismic design concepts most essential to engineers, architects, and students of civil and structural engineering and architecture. The book's 15 chapters provide a concise but thorough review of seismic theory, code application, design principles, and structural analysis. The 30 example problems demonstrate how to apply concepts, codes, and equations to solve realistic problems. More than 125 practice problems provide opportunities for independent problem-solving practice, and complete solutions allow you to check your solution approach. This book includes two comprehensive indexes--one of key terms and another of seismic building codes--to quickly direct you to the information you are looking for. You can also locate related support material by following references throughout the text to the 150 equations, 29 tables, 144 figures, and 21 appendices, and to relevant codes and standards. Topics Covered Basic Seismology Earthquake Characteristics Effects of Earthquakes on Structures Vibration Theory Response of Structures Seismic Building Code Diaphragm Theory General Structural Design Details of Seismic-Resistant Structures (Concrete, Masonry, Steel, Wood) Tilt-Up Construction Special Design Features Referenced Codes and Standards AISC 341 AISC 360 ACI 318 ACI 530 NDS SDPWD ASCE/SEI7 IBC



Seismic Analysis of Structures

Seismic Analysis of Structures Author T. K. Datta
ISBN-10 047082462X
Release 2010-03-16
Pages 464
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While numerous books have been written on earthquakes, earthquake resistance design, and seismic analysis and design of structures, none have been tailored for advanced students and practitioners, and those who would like to have most of the important aspects of seismic analysis in one place. With this book, readers will gain proficiencies in the following: fundamentals of seismology that all structural engineers must know; various forms of seismic inputs; different types of seismic analysis like, time and frequency domain analyses, spectral analysis of structures for random ground motion, response spectrum method of analysis; equivalent lateral load analysis as given in earthquake codes; inelastic response analysis and the concept of ductility; ground response analysis and seismic soil structure interaction; seismic reliability analysis of structures; and control of seismic response of structures. Provides comprehensive coverage, from seismology to seismic control Contains useful empirical equations often required in the seismic analysis of structures Outlines explicit steps for seismic analysis of MDOF systems with multi support excitations Works through solved problems to illustrate different concepts Makes use of MATLAB, SAP2000 and ABAQUAS in solving example problems of the book Provides numerous exercise problems to aid understanding of the subject As one of the first books to present such a comprehensive treatment of the topic, Seismic Analysis of Structures is ideal for postgraduates and researchers in Earthquake Engineering, Structural Dynamics, and Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering. Developed for classroom use, the book can also be used for advanced undergraduate students planning for a career or further study in the subject area. The book will also better equip structural engineering consultants and practicing engineers in the use of standard software for seismic analysis of buildings, bridges, dams, and towers. Lecture materials for instructors available at www.wiley.com/go/dattaseismic



Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings

Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings Author Jack Moehle
ISBN-10 9780071839457
Release 2014-10-06
Pages 784
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Complete coverage of earthquake-resistant concrete building design Written by a renowned seismic engineering expert, this authoritative resource discusses the theory and practice for the design and evaluation of earthquakeresisting reinforced concrete buildings. The book addresses the behavior of reinforced concrete materials, components, and systems subjected to routine and extreme loads, with an emphasis on response to earthquake loading. Design methods, both at a basic level as required by current building codes and at an advanced level needed for special problems such as seismic performance assessment, are described. Data and models useful for analyzing reinforced concrete structures as well as numerous illustrations, tables, and equations are included in this detailed reference. Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings covers: Seismic design and performance verification Steel reinforcement Concrete Confined concrete Axially loaded members Moment and axial force Shear in beams, columns, and walls Development and anchorage Beam-column connections Slab-column and slab-wall connections Seismic design overview Special moment frames Special structural walls Gravity framing Diaphragms and collectors Foundations



Seismic and Wind Design of Concrete Buildings

Seismic and Wind Design of Concrete Buildings Author Satyendra Kumar Ghosh
ISBN-10 1580011128
Release 2003
Pages 472
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Seismic Principles Practice Exams for the California Special Civil Engineer Examination

Seismic Principles Practice Exams for the California Special Civil Engineer Examination Author Majid Baradar
ISBN-10 1591263786
Release 2012-06
Pages 70
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Seismic Principles Practice Exams is the most realistic practice you can get for the California Special Civil Engineer Seismic Examination. The problems and solutions in this book present the basic concepts of seismic design fundamentals, as well as, demonstrate how the code provisions impose seismic considerations on the engineering design of structures. Each of these two complete practice exams have 47 multiple-choice problems that represent the actual exam's problem format, range of topics, and degree of difficulty. Solutions are based on exam-adopted design standards--Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures (ASCE/SEI7) and the California Building Code / International Building Code (CBC/IBC). Realistic Practice for California Special Civil Engineer Seismic Examination Two complete practice exams prepare you for both the exam format and the exam time constraints. Over 90 solved practice exam problems in total, allowing you to analyze your strengths and weaknesses Exam answer keys provide quick scoring of your practice exams and fast identification of areas requiring more review In-depth sections on tips and strategies for taking the exam give you valuable insight on how best to prepare for and to take the exam What's New in This Edition CBC updated from 2007 to 2010 ACI318 updated from 2005 to 2008 Various caluclation and solution processes clarified



Seismic Design Solved Problems

Seismic Design Solved Problems Author Majid Baradar, Pe
ISBN-10 1591264715
Release 2015-11-01
Pages 180
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Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering Design

Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering Design Author Michele Maugeri
ISBN-10 9783319031828
Release 2014-02-03
Pages 388
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Pseudo-static analysis is still the most-used method to assess the stability of geotechnical systems that are exposed to earthquake forces. However, this method does not provide any information about the deformations and permanent displacements induced by seismic activity. Moreover, it is questionable to use this approach when geotechnical systems are affected by frequent and rare seismic events. Incidentally, the peak ground acceleration has increased from 0.2-0.3 g in the seventies to the current value of 0.6-0.8 g. Therefore, a shift from the pseudo-static approach to performance-based analysis is needed. Over the past five years considerable progress has been made in Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering Design (EGED). The most recent advances are presented in this book in 6 parts. The evaluation of the site amplification is covered in Part I of the book. In Part II the evaluation of the soil foundation stability against natural slope failure and liquefaction is treated. In the following 3 Parts of the book the EGED for different geotechnical systems is presented as follows: the design of levees and dams including natural slopes in Part III; the design of foundations and soil structure interaction analysis in Part IV; underground structures in Part V. Finally in Part VI, new topics like the design of reinforced earth retaining walls and landfills are covered.



Performance Based Seismic Design for Tall Buildings

Performance Based Seismic Design for Tall Buildings Author Ramin Golesorkhi
ISBN-10 093949356X
Release 2017-10-30
Pages 116
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Performance-Based Seismic Design (PBSD) is a structural design methodology that has become more common in urban centers around the world, particularly for the design of high-rise buildings. The primary benefit of PBSD is that it substantiates exceptions to prescribed code requirements, such as height limits applied to specific structural systems, and allows project teams to demonstrate higher performance levels for structures during a seismic event.However, the methodology also involves significantly more effort in the analysis and design stages, with verification of building performance required at multiple seismic demand levels using Nonlinear Response History Analysis (NRHA). The design process also requires substantial knowledge of overall building performance and analytical modeling, in order to proportion and detail structural systems to meet specific performance objectives.This CTBUH Technical Guide provides structural engineers, developers, and contractors with a general understanding of the PBSD process by presenting case studies that demonstrate the issues commonly encountered when using the methodology, along with their corresponding solutions. The guide also provides references to the latest industry guidelines, as applied in the western United States, with the goal of disseminating these methods to an international audience for the advancement and expansion of PBSD principles worldwide.



Modern Earth Buildings

Modern Earth Buildings Author Matthew R Hall
ISBN-10 9780857096166
Release 2012-07-11
Pages 800
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The construction of earth buildings has been taking place worldwide for centuries. With the improved energy efficiency, high level of structural integrity and aesthetically pleasing finishes achieved in modern earth construction, it is now one of the leading choices for sustainable, low-energy building. Modern earth buildings provides an essential exploration of the materials and techniques key to the design, development and construction of such buildings. Beginning with an overview of modern earth building, part one provides an introduction to design and construction issues including insulation, occupant comfort and building codes. Part two goes on to investigate materials for earth buildings, before building technologies are explored in part three including construction techniques for earth buildings. Modern earth structural engineering is the focus of part four, including the creation of earth masonry structures, use of structural steel elements and design of natural disaster-resistant earth buildings. Finally, part five of Modern earth buildings explores the application of modern earth construction through international case studies. With its distinguished editors and international team of expert contributors, Modern earth buildings is a key reference work for all low-impact building engineers, architects and designers, along with academics in this field. Provides an essential exploration of the materials and techniques key to the design, development and construction of modern earth buildings Comprehensively discusses design and construction issues, materials for earth buildings, construction techniques and modern earth structural engineering, among other topics Examines the application of modern earth construction through international case studies



California Civil Surveying Reference Manual

California Civil Surveying Reference Manual Author George M. Cole, PhD, PE, PLS
ISBN-10 9781591264941
Release 2017-04-07
Pages 304
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The California Civil Surveying Reference Manual is the most comprehensive textbook for the California Civil Surveying Exam. This book’s organization and clear explanations start with the basics to help you get up to speed on common surveying concepts. Together, the 28 chapters provide an in-depth review of all of the topics listed in the California Civil Surveying Exam specifications. The extensive index contains more than 750 entries, with multiple entries included for each topic, so you can easily find the concepts you will need during the exam. This book features: • over 230 practice problems to build your problem-solving skills • over 100 clarifying examples • hundreds of equations, figures, and tables • industry-standard terminology and nomenclature • support of both U.S. customary and SI units After you pass your exam, the California Civil Surveying Reference Manual will continue to serve as an invaluable reference throughout your surveying career. Topics Covered: • Standards of Practice • Field Measurements • Data Application Procedures • Equipment and Uses • Calculations



Advanced Technology in Structural Engineering

Advanced Technology in Structural Engineering Author American Society of Civil Engineering. Structures congress
ISBN-10 0784404925
Release 2000
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Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures

Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures Author American Society of Civil Engineers
ISBN-10 078441291X
Release 2013
Pages 593
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Third Printing, incorporating errata, Supplement 1, and expanded commentary, 2013.



Materials and Joints in Timber Structures

Materials and Joints in Timber Structures Author Simon Aicher
ISBN-10 9789400778115
Release 2013-09-25
Pages 819
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This book contains the contributions from the RILEM International Symposium on Materials and Joints in Timber Structures that was held in Stuttgart, Germany from October 8 to 10, 2013. It covers recent developments in the materials and the joints used in modern timber structures. Regarding basic wooden materials, the contributions highlight the widened spectrum of products comprising cross-laminated timber, glulam and LVL from hardwoods and block glued elements. Timber concrete compounds, cement bonded wood composites and innovative light-weight constructions represent increasingly employed alternatives for floors, bridges and facades. With regard to jointing technologies, considerable advances in both mechanical connections and glued joints are presented. Self-tapping screws have created unprecedented options for reliable, strong as well as ductile joints and reinforcement technologies. Regarding adhesives, which constitute the basis of the jointing/laminating technology of modern timber products, extended options for tailor-made bonding solutions have to be stated. Apart from melamine-urea and phenolic-resorcinol adhesives, one-component-polyurethanes, emulsion isocyanate polymers and epoxies offer a wide range of possibilities. The contributions dealing with experimental and numerical investigations on static, cyclic and seismic behavior of structures clearly reveal the enhanced potential of modern timber construction for reliable and sustainable buildings and bridges of the new millennium. The book is structured in nine thematic areas, being I) Structures II) Mechanical Connections III) Glued Joints and Adhesives IV) Timber and Concrete/Cement/Polymer Composites V) Cyclic, Seismic Behavior VI) Hardwood, Modified Wood and Bamboo VII) Cross-Laminated Timber VIII) Properties and Testing of Wood IX) Glulam



Response Spectrum Method in Seismic Analysis and Design of Structures

Response Spectrum Method in Seismic Analysis and Design of Structures Author Ajaya Kumar Gupta
ISBN-10 9781351418720
Release 2017-11-22
Pages 192
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New developments in the response spectrum method have led to calculations in seismic stresses that are more accurate, and usually lower, than those obtained by conventional methods. This new textbook examines the wealth of information on the response spectrum method generated by the latest research and presents the background theory in simplified form. Applications of these methods is essential in the seismic design of critical structures, such as nuclear power plants and petroleum facilities. In new construction, the reduced seismic stresses will result in efficient and economic design. For facilities already built, these more accurate methods can be used where the facility is being reassessed for higher loads and in the calculation of margins. Written by an acknowledged expert in this and related fields, this volume is ideal as a graduate text for courses in structural and earthquake engineering. It is also an excellent reference for civil, structural, mechanical, and earthquake engineers.