Strata performs one-dimension linear-elastic and eqivalent-linear (SHAKE type) site response analyses using time series or random vibration theory ground motions. Strata allows for stochastic variation of the site properties, including the: shear modulus reduction and material damping curves, shear-wave velocity, layering, and depth to bedrock.
The program can be run within the NEES platform, or installed as a desktop application.
Windows 32-bit Installer (Updated 2/26/2016) Windows 64-bit Installer (Updated 2/26/2016)
Strata is now being hosted on Github, which is used for both hosting the latest releases and providing support.
Qt, Qwt, Gnu Scientific Language (GSL), and FFTW
Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center's Program of Applied Earthquake Engineering Research of Lifelines Systems supported by the California Department of Transportation and the Pacific Gas and Electric Company. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Kottke, Albert R., and Rathje, Ellen M. (2008) Technical Manual for Strata. PEER Report 2008/10. University of California, Berkeley, California.
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