This handbook contains up-to-date information on the planning, analysis, and design of earthquake-resistant building structures. Its intention is to provide engineers, architects, developers, and students of structural engineering and architecture with authoritative, yet practical, design information. It represents an attempt to bridge the persisting gap between advances in the theories and concepts of earthquake-resistant design and their implementation in seismic design practice.
- The Nature of Earthquake Ground Motion
- Earthquake Ground Motion and Response Spectra
- Geotechnical Design Considerations
- Dynamic Response of Structures
- Linear Static Seismic Lateral Force Procedures