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Description: This landmark publication is a complete guide to the design and detailing of reinforced concrete buildings for seismic forces. Abstract: The publication is a complete guide to design of reinforced concrete buildings for earthquake motions. It contains practical information on earthquake ground motion and its effects, design spectrum, response of multistory buildings to earthquakes, principles of earthquake-resistant design, seismic design considerations, code requirements, strength, ductility, and energy absorption. Construction and inspection of reinforced concrete building subjected to earthquake ground motions is also discussed. Application of earthquake resistant design provisions is illustrated through analysis, design, and detailing of a 24-story reinforced concrete building. Table of Contents 1. Earthquake Ground Motion and Its Effects 2. Earthquake Response of Multi-Degree-of-Freedom Systems 3. Principles of Earthquake-Resistant Design 4. Design Considerations and Code Requirements 5. Strength, Ductility, and Energy Absorption of Reinforced Concrete Members 6. Design of Reinforced Concrete Frames 7. Design of a 24-Story Building 8. Construction and Inspection Appendix A Elastic Modal Analysis of a 24-Story Building Appendix B Energy-Absorption Considerations Appendix C Recommended Lateral Force Requirements, SEAOC Appendix D References Appendix E Notation
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John Augustus Blume (April 8, 1909 – March 1, 2002) was an American structural engineer born in Gonzales, California.
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