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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Department of Civil Engineering FROM SEISMIC SOURCE TO STRUCTURAL RESPONSE: CONTRIBUTIONS OF PROFESSOR MIHAILO D. TRIFUNAC Edited by: Vinay K. Gupta IIT Kanpur, India Report CE 04-04 December, 2004 Los Angeles, California www.usc.edu/dept/civil_eng/Earthquake_eng/
|Title||From seismic source to structural response: contributions of professor Mihailo D. Trifunac, 1995|
|Title (alternate)||Civil Engineering Technical Report Series - Strong Motion Group Contributions CE 04-04|
|Type of alternate title||series|
|Description||This collection of eleven papers has been brought out to recognize the scientific contributions of Professor Mihailo D. Trifunac, fondly called as Misha by his friends and colleagues, on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Professor Trifunac is singularly credited for emphasizing the relevance of strong motion seismology in earthquake engineering, thus enabling it to become more realistic in ground motion characterization. He is also credited for his vision in emphasizing several issues in earthquake engineering, which were seriously considered by the professional community much later. The papers in this collection are the review papers on those topics that have formed the core of his vast research contributions to earthquake engineering and engineering seismology during a period of about 35 years. These papers have been written by his past students (I.D. Gupta, Ljupco Jordanovski, Vinay Gupta, Tzong-Ying Hao), and by his colleagues and friends (Francisco Sánchez-Sesma, Ivanka Paskaleva, Vincent Lee, and Maria Todorovska), and were published in the 2002 volume of the ISET Journal of Earthquake Technology.|
|Contents||1: V.W. Lee. Digitization, Data Processing and Dissemination of Strong Motion Earthquake Accelerograms, p. 7; 2: L. Jordanovski, M.I. Todorovska. Inverse Studies of the Earthquake Source Mechanism from Near-Field Strong Motion Records, p. 25; 3: Francisco J. Sánchez-Sesma, Victor J. Palencia, Francisco Luzón. Estimation of Local Site Effects during Earthquakes: An Overview, p. 44; 4: Ivanka Paskaleva. A Note on the Significance and Uses of Elementary Analyses of Strong Earthquake Ground Motion, p. 71; 5: V.W. Lee. Empirical Scaling of Strong Earthquake Ground Motion — Part I: Attenuation and Scaling of Response Spectra, p. 84; 6: V.W. Lee. Empirical Scaling of Strong Earthquake Ground Motion — Part II: Duration of Strong Motion, p. 120; 7: V.W. Lee. Empirical Scaling of Strong Earthquake Ground Motion — Part III: Synthetic Strong Motion, p. 137; 8: I.D. Gupta. The State of the Art in Seismic Hazard Analysis, p. 175; 9: Vinay K. Gupta. Developments in Response Spectrum-Based Stochastic Response of Structural Systems, p. 211; 10: M.I. Todorovska. Full-Scale Experimental Studies of Soil-Structure Interaction, p. 230; 11: Tzong-Ying Hao. Energy of Earthquake Response — Recent Developments, p. 257|
Buildings -- Earthquake effects
Earthquake hazard analysis
|Subject (personal name)||Trifunac, Mihailo D. (Mihailo Dimitrije)|
|Coverage date||circa 1976/1979|
Lee, V. W. (Vincent W.)
Todorovska, Maria I.
Sánchez-Sesma, Francisco J.
Palencia, Victor J.
Gupta, Ishwer D.
Gupta, Vinay K.
Trifunac, Mihailo D. (Mihailo Dimitrije)
|Contributor||USC Viterbi School of Engineering|
|Editor||Gupta, Vinay K.|
|Publisher (of the digital version)||University of Southern California. Libraries|
|Format (aat)||technical reports|
|Legacy record ID||uscfac-m35|
|Part of collection||University of Southern California Faculty Research and Publications|
|Series||Civil Engineering Technical Report Series - Strong Motion Group Contributions|
|Rights||Earthquake Engineering – Strong Motion Research Group, Civil Engineering Department, Viterbi School of Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-2531; Tel. (213) 740-0603, fax (213) 744-1426; http://www.usc.edu/dept/civil_eng/Earthquake_eng/|
|Repository name||Libraries, University of Southern California|
|Repository address||University of Southern California Digital Library, USC Libraries, 3550 Trousdale Parkway, University Park Campus, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0185|
|Full text||UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Department of Civil Engineering FROM SEISMIC SOURCE TO STRUCTURAL RESPONSE: CONTRIBUTIONS OF PROFESSOR MIHAILO D. TRIFUNAC Edited by: Vinay K. Gupta IIT Kanpur, India Report CE 04-04 December, 2004 Los Angeles, California www.usc.edu/dept/civil_eng/Earthquake_eng/|