Design energy input spectra for high seismicity regions based on Turkish registers
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This work proposes design energy spectra in terms of an equivalent velocity, intended for regions with design peak acceleration 0.3 g or higher. These spectra were derived through linear and nonlinear dynamic analyses on a number of selected Turkish strong ground motion records. In the long and mid period ranges the analyses are linear, given the relative insensitivity of the spectra to structural parameters other than the fundamental period; conversely, in the short period range, the spectra are more sensitive to the structural parameters and, hence, nonlinear analyses are required. The selected records are classified in eight groups with respect to soil type (stiff or soft soil), the severity of the earthquake in terms of surface magnitude M-s (M-s <= 5.5 and M-s > 5.5) and the relevance of the near-source effects (impulsive or vibratory). For each of these groups, median and characteristic spectra are proposed; such levels would respectively correspond to 50 and 95 % percentiles. These spectra have an initial linear growing branch in the short period range, a horizontal branch in the mid period range and a descending branch in the long period range. Empirical criteria for estimating the hysteretic energy from the input energy are suggested. The proposed design spectra are compared with those obtained from other studies.
The final publication is available at Springer via http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10518-012-9415-2
CitacióLopez Almansa, F.; Yazgan, A.U.; Benavent-Climent, A. Design energy input spectra for high seismicity regions based on Turkish registers. "Bulletin of earthquake engineering", Gener 2013, vol. 11, núm. 4, p. 885-912.
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