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Site Classification and Design Response Spectra for Seismic Code Provisions - (II) Proposal
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Site Classification and Design Response Spectra for Seismic Code Provisions - (II) Proposal
Cho, Hyung Ik; Satish, Manandhar; Kim, Dong Soo;
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 Abstract
In the companion paper (I - Database and Site Response Analyses), site-specific response analyses were performed at more than 300 domestic sites. In this study, a new site classification system and design response spectra are proposed using results of the site-specific response analyses. Depth to bedrock (H) and average shear wave velocity of soil above the bedrock () were adopted as parameters to classify the sites into sub-categories because these two factors mostly affect site amplification, especially for shallow bedrock region. The 20 m of depth to bedrock was selected as the initial parameter for site classification based on the trend of site coefficients obtained from the site-specific response analyses. The sites having less than 20 m of depth to bedrock (H1 sites) are sub-divided into two site classes using 260 m/s of while the sites having greater than 20 m of depth to bedrock (H2 sites) are sub-divided into two site classes at equal to 180 m/s. The integration interval of 0.4 ~ 1.5 sec period range was adopted to calculate the long-period site coefficients () for reflecting the amplification characteristics of Korean geological condition. In addition, the frequency distribution of depth to bedrock reported for Korean sites was also considered in calculating the site coefficients for H2 sites to incorporate sites having greater than 30 m of depth to bedrock. The relationships between the site coefficients and rock shaking intensity were proposed and then subsequently compared with the site coefficients of similar site classes suggested in other codes.
 Keywords
Seismic code;Site classification;Design response spectra;Site response analysis;
 Language
Korean
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