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Englekirk (structural engineering, University of California-San Diego) reviews basic elements of both seismic behavior and the behavior and design of concrete, then describes steps involved in the design of precast concrete seismic systems, in this reference for engineers, contractors, building code officials, and architects. Coverage progresses from basic concepts of ductility and shear strength through component behavior and design of frame beams and beam-column joints, system design of shear-wall and frame-based buildings, and the response of buildings to ground motion.
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