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  • Journal title : Earthquakes and Structures
  • Volume 10, Issue 6,  2016, pp.1315-1330
  • Publisher : Techno-Press
  • DOI : 10.12989/eas.2016.10.6.1315
 Title & Authors
Damage potential of earthquake records for RC building stock
Ozmen, Hayri Baytan; Inel, Mehmet;
 Abstract
This study investigates ground motion parameters and their damage potential for building type structures. It focuses on low and mid-rise reinforced concrete buildings that are important portion of the existing building stock under seismic risk in many countries. Correlations of 19 parameters of 466 earthquake records with nonlinear displacement demands of 1056 Single Degree of Freedom (SDOF) systems are investigated. Properties of SDOF systems are established to represent RC building construction practice. The correlation of damage and ground motion characteristics is examined with respect to number of story and site classes. Equations for average nonlinear displacement demands of considered RC buildings are given for some of the ground motion parameters. Velocity related parameters are generally found to have better results than the acceleration, displacement and frequency related ones. Correlation of the parameters may be expected to decrease with increasing intensity of seismic event. Velocity Spectrum Intensity and Peak Ground Velocity have been found to have the highest correlation values for almost all site classes and number of story groups. Common parameter of Peak Ground Acceleration has lower correlation with damage when compared to them and some other parameters like Effective Design Acceleration and Characteristic Intensity.
 Keywords
destructiveness;seismic evaluation;peak ground velocity;record characteristics;reinforced concrete;
 Language
English
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