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Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering - CE6701

Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering

Structural dynamics of earthquake engineering by S. Rajasekaran


-:- Introduction to Dynamics
-:- Free vibration of single degree of freedom systems (undamped) in relation to structural dynamics during earthquakes
-:- Free vibration of single-degree-of-freedom systems(under-damped)
-:- Forced vibration (harmonic force) of single-degree-of-freedom systems
-:- Response of structures to periodic dynamic loadings
-:- Response of structures to impulsive loads
-:- Dynamic response of structures using numerical methods
-:- Response to base excitation
-:- Generalized coordinates and energy methods
-:- Two-degrees-of-freedom linear system response of structures
-:- Free vibration of multiple degrees of freedom
-:- Numerical solution methods for natural frequencies and mode shapes
-:- Time history response by mode superposition
-:- Free and forced vibration of a continuous system
-:- Finite element method
-:- Differential quadrature and transformation methods for vibration problems
-:- Earthquake and earthquake ground motion
-:- Earthquake
-:- Plate tectonic theory
-:- Earth’s crust: Faults
-:- Elastic rebound theory
-:- Seismic waves
-:- Earthquake Measuring instruments
-:- Earthquake intensity and magnitude
-:- Basic difference: magnitude versus intensity
-:- Earthquake ground motion
-:- Earthquake classification
-:- Asian tsunami disaster
-:- Earthquake response spectra
-:- Importance of response quantities
-:- Response spectrum concept, Pseudo-velocity spectrum
-:- Pseudo-spectral acceleration
-:- Velestos and Newmark spectra
-:- How the response spectrum is constructed
-:- Elastic design spectrum
-:- Response spectrum characteristics
-:- Response spectra
-:- Estimating the ground motion
-:- Seismic analysis and design verification
-:- Inelastic response spectra
-:- Application of inelastic design spectrum
-:- Earthquake analysis of linear systems
-:- Lumped mass system: shear building
-:- Modal response contribution using Chopra’s method
-:- Modal response of Earthquake analysis of linear systems
-:- Spectrum analysis by modal response
-:- Effective modal mass and modal height
-:- Building codes for aseismic design
-:- Codal provisions for seismic design
-:- Comparison of codes for seismic design
-:- Design examples using IS1893 2002
-:- Response of structures to earthquakes: approximate analysis techniques for lateral loads
-:- Zero moment point method
-:- Approximate methods of analysis of multi-bay frames
-:- Response of structures to earthquakes: analysis of shear walls
-:- Shear wall frame
-:- Coupled shear walls