Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
Soil Dynam Earthquake Eng
The journal aims to encourage and enhance the role of mechanics and other disciplines as they relate to earthquake engineering by providing opportunities for the publication of the work of applied mathematicians, engineers and other applied scientists involved in solving problems closely related to the field of earthquake and geotechnical engineering. Emphasis is placed on new concepts and techniques, but case histories will also be published if they enhance the presentation and understanding of new technical concepts. Fields Covered: Seismology and geology relevant to earthquake problems. Elastodynamics: wave propagation and scattering soil and rock dynamics. Dynamic constitutive behaviour of materials. Mathematical methods: system methodology and identification in soil dynamics relevant to earthquake phenomena. Practical methods. Probabilistic methods in: seismology, geotechnical earthquake engineering; risk analysis; earthquake engineering reliability; interaction problems; soil structure interaction and fluid-soil interaction; instrumentation and experimental methods; inelastic and nonlinear problems; finite element analysis in dynamics and elastodynamics; earthquake case histories; tsunamis.
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