This e-book addresses purposes of earthquake engineering for either offshore and land-based buildings. it truly is self-contained as a reference paintings and covers quite a lot of issues, together with subject matters concerning engineering seismology, geotechnical earthquake engineering, structural engineering, in addition to certain contents devoted to layout philosophy, choice of floor motions, surprise waves, tsunamis, earthquake harm, seismic reaction of offshore and arctic buildings, spatial diverse floor motions, simplified and complicated seismic research tools, surprising subsidence of offshore systems, tank liquid affects in the course of earthquakes, seismic resistance of non-structural components, and diverse forms of mitigation measures, and so on. the objective readership comprises execs in offshore and civil engineering, officers and regulators, in addition to researchers and scholars during this box.
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