Stochastic Seismic Response of Simple Structuresby J. P. Conte, Rice Univ, Houston, United States,
K. S. Pister, Rice Univ, Houston, United States,
S. A. Mahin, Rice Univ, Houston, United States,
Abstract: Since, at present, it is impossible to eliminate the various sources of uncertainty related to earthquake loading, it is necessary to better understand their effects on structural seismic response. Such studies are needed for the development of seismic design procedures providing structural robustness in the face of uncertainty. This paper examines a methodology allowing to quantify the uncertainty contained in earthquake ground motion time histories and to assess the resulting structural response variability.
Subject Headings: Seismic tests | Seismic design | Uncertainty principles | Structural response | Ground motion | Earthquakes | Seismic loads | Load and resistance factor design
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