Displacement-Based Design Methods: Limitations & Performances
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Displacement-Based Design Methods: Limitations & Performances
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THE LIMITATIONS & PERFORMANCES OF DIFFERENT DISPLACEMENT BASED DESIGN METHODS

Author: Sullivan et al. | Size: 0.7 MB | Format: PDF | Publisher: Imperial College Press | Year: 2003 | pages: 41


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About the author:

- T.J. Sullivan got his Ph.D from ROSE School.
- G. M. Calvi is Professor of Structural Design at Università degli Studi di Pavia and Director of ROSE School – Centre for Post-Graduate Training and Research in Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology. He is co-authoring a book entitled Displacement-Based Seismic Design of Structures and authoring many articles.
- M.J.N Priestley is Emeritus Professor of Structural Engineering at the University of California at San Diego, and is Emeritus Co-Director of the Rose School. He is authoring Displacement-Based Seismic Design of Structures book with M. J. Kowalsky and more than 600 articles published in journal, proceedings etc..
- M. J. Kowalsky is Professor of Civil Engineering at the North Carolina State University. He took his BS in Structural Engineering (1993), his MS in Structural Engineering (1994) and his Ph.D. in Structural Engineering (1997) at the University of California, San Diego.

Abstract:

Displacement based design (DBD) methods are emerging as the latest tool for performance-based seismic design. Of the many di erent DBD procedures proposed in recent years there are few that are developed to a standard suitable for implementation in modern design codes. This paper presents the ndings of a study that uses eight di erent DBD methods to undertake the seismic design of ve di erent case studies. Some signifi cant limitations with the eight methods have been identi ed through their application to realistic design examples. The study also shows that despite all of the DBD methods using the same set of design parameters, a large variation in design strength is obtained.

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