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Topographic Effects in Strong Ground Motion - From Physical and Numerical Modeling to Design
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PI(s): Adrian Rodriguez-Marek, Domniki Asimaki, Brady Cox, Miguel A Pando, , Joseph Wartman
Dates: NSF - 0936543 (view)
NSF - 1132373 (view)
Facility: University of California, Davis, CA, United States
University of Texas at Austin, TX, United States
Organization(s): Washington State University, WA, United States
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Topographic effects refer to the modification and amplification of seismic ground motion in the vicinity of topographic features such as hillsides, ridges, and canyons. This well-documented phenomenon has yet to be addressed in design codes. Because... (more)
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