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Performance evaluation of a nonlinear Winkler-based shallow foundation model using centrifuge test results
When a structure supported on shallow foundations is subjected to inertial loading due to earthquake motions, the foundation may undergo sliding, settling and rocking movements. Even if the capacityExpand
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Nonlinear Winkler-based shallow foundation model for performance assessment of seismically loaded structures
When a structure supported on shallow foundations is subjected to inertial loading due to earthquake ground motion, the foundation may undergo sliding, settling and rocking movements. If the capacityExpand
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Seismic response of low-rise steel moment-resisting frame (SMRF) buildings incorporating nonlinear soil–structure interaction (SSI)
Abstract Nonlinear behavior at the soil–foundation interface due to mobilization of the ultimate capacity and the associated energy dissipation, particularly in an intense earthquake event, may beExpand
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Nonlinear Material Models for Winkler-based Shallow Foundation Response Evaluation
When a foundation is subjected to earthquake ground motions, its slid- ing, settling and rocking movements can provide a mechanism for dissipating energy at the soil-structure interface and thusExpand
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Sensitivity of Shallow Foundation Response to Model Input Parameters
From a predictive point of view, it is desirable to characterize the effect of varying model input parameters on the seismic response of soil-foundation systems. In this paper, this issue is studiedExpand
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Seismic response analysis of a nuclear reactor structure considering nonlinear soil-structure interaction
Abstract This study focuses on the seismic response analysis of an internal shearwall of a typical Indian reactor resting on a medium dense sandy silty soil, incorporating the nonlinear behavior ofExpand
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Seismic response of nonstructural components supported by a 4-story SMRF: Effect of nonlinear soil–structure interaction
Abstract Previous studies have demonstrated that nonlinear material behavior of a building may lead to an increased seismic response of supported nonstructural components in comparison with the caseExpand
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CENTRIFUGE TESTING OF COMBINED FRAME-WALL-FOUNDATION STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS
Numerous existing low-ductility reinforced-concrete (R/C) buildings are commonly retrofit with an additional shear wall to withstand seismically generated lateral forces. To investigate the seismicExpand
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Zonai harmonic functions from two dimensional analogs of jacobi polynomials
The Class I orthogonal polynomials in the complex variables z and are reviewed [7]. These polynomials are two dimensional analogs of the Jacobi polynomials and are orthogonal on the unit disk withExpand
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EVALUATION OF THE SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF COMBINED FRAME-WALL-FOUNDATION STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS THROUGH CENTRIFUGE TESTING
Numerous existing low-ductility reinforced-concrete (R/C) buildings are commonly retrofit with an additional shear wall to withstand seismically generated lateral forces. For the retrofit structure,Expand
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