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This report documents the history of U. S. codes and standards of practice, focusing primarily on the strengths and deficiencies of current code approaches. Issues addressed include: seismic hazard analysis, earthquake collateral hazards, performance objectives, redundancy and configuration, response modification factors (R factors), simplified analysis procedures, modeling of structural components, foundation design, nonstructural component design, and risk and reliability. The report also identifies goals that a new seismic code should achieve.

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Date Of Record Release 2009-10-03 13:24:10
Description Library Holdings.

This report documents the history of U. S. codes and standards of practice, focusing primarily on the strengths and deficiencies of current code approaches. Issues addressed include: seismic hazard analysis, earthquake collateral hazards, performance objectives, redundancy and configuration, response modification factors (R factors), simplified analysis procedures, modeling of structural components, foundation design, nonstructural component design, and risk and reliability. The report also identifies goals that a new seismic code should achieve.
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Source Applied Technology Council (ATC)
Keyword Seismic Hazard Mitigation, Strong motion, Earthquake engineering, Earthquake resistant design
Date Of Record Creation 2009-10-03 13:12:33
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Date Last Modified 2014-03-06 10:12:52
Creator Christopher Rojahn; Andrew Stuart Whittaker; Vitelmo V Bertero
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2009-10-03 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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