Influence of Silt Soil Layer on the Space Seismic Design Response Spectrum

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Research status on soil layer earthquake response analysis is summarized using deterministic analysis methods and undeterministic analysis methods. Deterministic analysis methods are in troduced according to the order of development of the methods of soil layer earthquake response, the principle and some developments of equivalent linearization method are sketched, and the structure form and the development of nonlinear dynamic constitutive model is also introduced. Undeterministic analysis methods are introduced according to the hypothesis that the stochastic process can be applied expediently to soil layer earthquake response analysis. The stochastic process application to soil layer earthquake response analysis and the development are introduced. It is also pointed out the developing direction of the soil layer earthquake response analysis.

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Li Qiang

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622-625

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C. X. Zhou et al., "Influence of Silt Soil Layer on the Space Seismic Design Response Spectrum", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 622-625, 2014

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August 2014

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