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Earthquake Engineering by Halil Sezen (ed.)

Small book cover: Earthquake Engineering

Earthquake Engineering
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535106944
Number of pages: 336

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The first part of this book presents results from some of the current seismic research work including three-dimensional wave propagation in different soil media, seismic loss assessment, probabilistic hazard analysis, geotechnical problems including soil-structure interaction. The second part of the book focuses on the seismic behavior of structures including historical and monumental structures, bridge embankments, and different types of bridges and bearings.

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