Coupled Site and Soil-Structure Interaction Effects with Application to Seismic Risk Mitigation / Edition 1

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This volume covers papers presented at NATO ARW 983188 “Coupled Site and Soil-Structure Interaction Effects with Application to Seismic Risk Mitigation”, held in Borovets, Bulgaria, from 30th of August to 3rd of September 2008. The main objective of the workshop was to present a state of the art on site-soil-structure-interaction effects, as manifested in the broader area of South and South-Eastern Europe, which is unquestionably the most seismically-prone region of the European continent. A second objective was to attempt a definition of the seismic risk posed to the built environment in this area and to present modern methods for seismic risk mitigation.

Papers included in this volume are grouped into four chapters: (1) Site conditions and their role in seismic hazard analyses; (2) Soil-structure-interaction; (3) The role of site effects and of soil-structure-interaction in design of structures; and (4) General and related subjects. The following subject fields are addressed: seismological aspects (near-field effects, seismic wave propagation, free-field motions); geotechnical engineering (slopes, foundations, lifelines, dams, retaining walls); structural engineering (buildings, bridges, field measurements, protective systems).

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Preface.-List of Participants.- I Site Conditions and their Role in Seismic Hazard Analyses.- The Nature of Site Response during Earthquakes; M.D. Trifunac.- Earthquake Source and Local Geology Effects on the Seismic Site Response; M. Kouteva-Guentcheva et al.- Wave Propagation in the Anisotropic Inhomogeneous Half-Plane; T. Rangelov, P. Dineva.- Hybrid Simulation of Seismic Wave Propagation in Laterally Inhomogenous Media; T. Schanz et al.- On the Influence of Saturation and Frequency on Monochromatic Plane Waves in Unsaturated Soils; B. Albers.- Local Site Effects and Seismic Response of Bridges; P. Psarropoulos.- Local Site Effect Evaluation in Seismic Risk Mitigation; B. Gatmiri.- Seismic Site Effect Modelling Based on in situ Borehole Measurements in Bucharest, Romania; A. Bala et al.- II Soil-Structure Interaction.- Issues Related to the Dynamic Interaction of Retaining Walls and Retained Soil Layer; Y. Tsompanakis.- The Effect of Soil-Structure Interaction and Site Effects on Dynamic Response and Stability of Earth Structures; V. Zania et al.- Cyclic and Dynamic Mechanical Behaviour of Shallow Foundations on Granular Deposits; C. di Prisco et al.- Soil-Structure Interaction in Nonlinear Soil; V. Gicev.- Separation of the Effects of Soil-Structure Interaction in Frequency Estimation of Buildings from Earthquake Records; M. Todorovska.- Analysis of Seismic Interactions Soil-Foundation-Bridge Structures for Different Foundations; B. Folic, R. Folic.- III The Role of Site Effects and of Soil Structure Interaction in Design of Structures.- Seismic Assessment of Bridges Accounting for Nonlinear Material and Soil Response, and Varying Boundary Conditions; A. Kappos, A. Sextos.- Structural Response to Complex Synthetic Ground Motions; G. Manolis, A. Athanatopoulou.- Single and Multi-Platform Simulation of Linear and Non-Linear Bridge-Soil Systems; A. Sextos, O. Taskari.- Design Seismic Response Evaluation of Wall Systems Including Foundation Flexibility; T. Schanzet al.- Effect of Depth of Ground Water on the Seismic Response of Frame Type Buildings on Sand Deposits. Part I: Soil Response; S.U. Dikmen et al.- IV General and Related Subjects.- Extracting the Time-Domain Building Response from Random Vibrations; R. Snieder.- Recent Measurements of Ambient Vibrations in Free-Field and in Buildings in Croatia; M. Herak, D. Herak.- Analysis of Dynamic Impact on a Ground Slope During Destruction of an Emergency House; I. Sadovenko et al.- Author Index.-

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