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A drift-correlated ground motion intensity measure: application to steel frame buildings

Author
Pinzon, L.; Vargas, Y.; Pujades, L.G.; Díaz, S.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
Soil dynamics and earthquake engineering
Date of publication
2020-05
Volume
132
First page
106096:1
Last page
106096:12
DOI
10.1016/j.soildyn.2020.106096
Project funding
Development and application of advanced tools for seismic risc assessment and management
Keeping and increasing resilience opportunities and sustainability of communities against earthquakes
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/181970 Open in new window
URL
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0267726119309029 Open in new window
Abstract
Estimations of seismic risk in urban areas should include quantifications of the expected damage to civil structures subjected to earthquakes. In buildings, this quantification depends on the maximum inter-story drift (MIDR), among other aspects. In this study, the correlation between several intensity measures (IMs) and the maximum inter-story drift of steel structures was investigated. Three steel frame buildings of 3, 7 and 13 stories were used as a testbed. These buildings were modelled as 2...
Citation
Pinzon, L. [et al.]. A drift-correlated ground motion intensity measure: application to steel frame buildings. "Soil dynamics and earthquake engineering", Maig 2020, vol. 132, p. 106096:1-106096:12.
Keywords
Destructiveness potential, Intensity measures, Maximum inter-story drift, Non-linear dynamic analysis, Steel frame buildings
Group of research
GIES - Geophysics and Earthquake Engineering

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