Advances in Earthquake Engineering Series
Adv Earthquake Eng
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The objectives of this series are to provide clear accounts of both basic and applied research in the various fields of earthquake engineering with particular reference to earthquake resistant analysis and the design of structural systems. The series consists of books concerned with state-of-the-art developments in earthquake engineering and as such comprises several volumes every year covering the latest developments and applications. Each volume is composed of authored works or edited volumes of several chapters written by leading researchers in the field. The scope of the series covers almost the entire spectrum of earthquake engineering and the following topics will be discussed: engineering seismology, strong ground motions and site effects, seismic hazard evaluation and design earthquake loads, soil-structure interaction, numerical methods in earthquake engineering, stochastic analysis methods, principles of earthquake resistant design, reinforced concrete structures, steel structures, masonry and masonry infill structures, historical buildings and monuments, bridges, earth and concrete dams, underground and lifeline structures, storage tanks, silos and other industrial structures, offshore structures, seismic isolation and control, vulnerability and risk assessment of structural systems, repair and retrofit, seismic code regulations and case studies in earthquake engineering.
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