 earthquake acceleration

сейсмическое ускорение
Англорусский словарь технических терминов. 2005.
Англорусский словарь технических терминов. 2005.
List of international earthquake acceleration coefficients — List of international earthquake acceleration coefficients. A list of earthquake coefficients used in structural design around the world. For example, a coefficient of 0.09 indicates that a building is designed so that 0.09 of its weight can be… … Wikipedia
Earthquake engineering — is the study of the behavior of buildings and structures subject to seismic loading. It is a subset of both structural and civil engineering.The main objectives of earthquake engineering are: * Understand the interaction between buildings or… … Wikipedia
Earthquake performance evaluation — of structures at earthquake exposure is a basic issue of earthquake engineering and seismic performance analysis [http://www.ecs.csun.edu/ shustov/Hot Topics.htm] . Engineers need to know the quantified level of an actual or anticipated seismic… … Wikipedia
earthquake — /errth kwayk /, n. 1. a series of vibrations induced in the earth s crust by the abrupt rupture and rebound of rocks in which elastic strain has been slowly accumulating. 2. something that is severely disruptive; upheaval. [1300 50; ME erthequake … Universalium
Earthquake hazard zoning of India — The Indian subcontinent had a long history of devastating earthquakes. The major reason for the high frequency and intensity of the earthquakes is that India continues to drive into Asia at a rate of appromately 47 mm/year [ cite web title =… … Wikipedia
Earthquake — For other uses, see Earthquake (disambiguation). Global earthquake epicenters, 1963–1998 … Wikipedia
Earthquake Protector — Heavy damping mechanism sometimes incorporated in vibration control technologies and, particularly, in base isolation devices may be considered a valuable source of suppressing vibrations thus enhancing a building s seismic performance. However,… … Wikipedia
Earthquake simulation — The very first earthquake simulations were performed by statically applying some horizontal inertia forces , based on scaled peak ground accelerations, to a mathematical model of a building cite booktitle= Seismic Design of Building… … Wikipedia
Peak ground acceleration — (PGA) is a measure of earthquake acceleration on the ground and an important input parameter for earthquake engineering, also known as the design basis earthquake ground motion (DBEGM)[1] Unlike the Richter and moment magnitude scales, it is not… … Wikipedia
2004 Morocco earthquake — Earthquake title=2004 Morocco earthquake date= May 21 2003 magnitude = 6.4 Mw depth= location= countries affected = MAR casualties = 628 dead, 926 injuredThe 2004 Morocco earthquake, at a magnitude 6.4 Mw, occurred on 24 February 2004 in near the … Wikipedia
2011 Christchurch earthquake — Christchurch earthquake redirects here. For other uses, see Christchurch earthquake (disambiguation). For the 13 June 2011 aftershock, see June 2011 Christchurch earthquake. February 2011 Christchurch earthquake ChristChurch Cathedral and the… … Wikipedia