Paper Title:
Seismic Inelastic Behavior of Two 7 and 17 Level Buildings with Structural Steel Frames Situated in Transition and Soft Soils in Mexico City
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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 251-252)
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F.-G. Buchholz, H.A. Richard, M.H. Aliabadi
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267-272
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10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.251-252.267
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J. A. Avila, "Seismic Inelastic Behavior of Two 7 and 17 Level Buildings with Structural Steel Frames Situated in Transition and Soft Soils in Mexico City", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 251-252, pp. 267-272, 2003
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