Reliable assessment of seismic performance of structural systems requires accurate and robust simulation techniques that can efficiently predict inelastic response in the large deformation range, up to structural collapse. This paper presents a real-time dynamic substructuring (RTDS) test program carried out on steel moment resisting frames (MRF) tested up… (More)

Quantification of Building Seismic Performance Factors

ATC, FEMA P

Applied Technology

2009

1 Excerpt

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