Multiple-support seismic analysis of large structures

@inproceedings{Lger1990MultiplesupportSA,
  title={Multiple-support seismic analysis of large structures},
  author={Pierre L{\'e}ger and Ichiro Ide and Patrick Paultre},
  year={1990}
}
Abstract The effect of the spatial variation of earthquake ground motion on the dynamic response of multiple-support structures may be important. The relative performance of two simple analytical methods to model multiple-support seismic analysis of large structures is investigated. These are the relative motion method (RMM), which divides the structural response into a dynamic response component and a pseudo-static response component, and the large mass method (LMM), which attributes… CONTINUE READING

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