Recent Selections from the Earthquake Engineering Library

Individuals in the United States may borrow the following publications by contacting the Engineering Library at (510) 231-9403 or http://nisee.berkeley.edu/eerc_reports.html.

400/C235/2000-2. Irfanoglu, Ayhan. Structural design under seismic risk using multiple performance objectives. Pasadena, Calif.: Earthquake Engineering Research Laboratory, California Inst of Technology. (EERL 2000-02). 114 p.

400/C666/F67/2000. Nicoletti, Joseph P. Nicholas F. Forell. Oakland, Calif.: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute. 2000. (Connections: the EERI oral history series). 36 p.

400/E83/00-3. Goodfellow, R. C. Ductility of RC members constructed from high strength concrete and reinforcing steel. London: Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, Imperial College. 2000. (ESEE 00-03). 284 p.

400/J14/no.145. Nishijima, Isao. Seismic test facility for three-dimensional beam-to-column sub-assemblages. Tsukuba-shi, Japan: Building Research Institute, Ministry of Construction. 2000. (BRI research paper no. 145). 58 p.

400/J26/2000. Elnashai, A.S., and S. Antoniou, eds. Implications of recent earthquakes on seismic risk: Papers presented at the Japan-UK Seismic Risk Forum 3rd Workshop, 6-7 April 2000. Imperial College. London: Imperial College Press. 2000. 228 p.

400/J54/no.134. Thráinsson, Hjörtur, Anne S. Kiremidjian, and Steven R. Winterstein. Modeling of earthquake ground motion in the frequency domain. Stanford, Calif.: The John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center. 2000. (John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center report no. 134). 249 p

400/N87/CR-6625
. Henson, Ivan H., R. Wagner, and W. Rivers, Jr. Automated seismic event monitoring system. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. 1990. (NUREG/CR-6625). 1 v.

400/U423/00-09. Parra-Montesinos, Gustavo, and James K. Wight. Seismic behavior, strength and retrofit of exterior RC column-to-steel beam connections. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Michigan. 2000. (UMCEE 00-09). 296 p.

400/U423/00-13. Murphy, Thomas P., and Kevin R. Collins. Retrofit of suspension bridges in the central and eastern United States using distributed supplemental damping. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Michigan. 2000. (UMCEE 00-13) 56 p.

460/M62/2000. Booker, J.R., G. Gioda, M. Zaman, eds. Modeling in geomechanics. New York: John Wiley & Sons. 2000. 706 p.

500/C754/00-01. Somerville, Paul G., and Norman Abrahamson. Prediction of ground motion for thrust earthquakes. Sacramento, Calif.: Division of Mines and Geology, Office of Strong Motion Studies. 2000. (Data utilization report CSMIP/00-01). 55 p.

500/C754/00-02. Chris Poland et al. Quantifying the effect of soil-structure interaction for use in building design. Sacramento, Calif.: Division of Mines and Geology, Office of Strong Motion Studies. 2000. (Data utilization report CSMIP/00-02). 99 p.

500/C754/00-03
. Liu, Wen David et al. Seismic performance and design considerations of long span suspension bridges. Sacramento, Calif.: Division of Mines and Geology, Office of Strong Motion Studies. 2000. (Data utilization report CSMIP/00-03). 132 p.

500/C754/00-04. Hilmy, S. I. et al. Analyses of strong-motion records from a parking structure during the 17 January 1994 Northridge earthquake. Sacramento, Calif.: Division of Mines and Geology, Office of Strong Motion Studies. 2000. (Data utilization report CSMIP/00-04). 117 p.

500/C754/00-05.
Mojtahedi, Soheil, and Gregory L. Fenves. Effect of contraction joint opening on Pacoima Dam in the 1994 Northridge earthquake. Sacramento, Calif.: Division of Mines and Geology, Office of Strong Motion Studies. 2000. (Data utilization report CSMIP/00-05). 87 p.

500/C754/00-06. Silva, Walter J., and Gabriel Toro. Verification of response spectral shapes and anchor points for different site categories in building design codes. Sacramento, Calif.: California Division of Mines and Geology, Office of Strong Motion Studies. 2000. (Data utilization report CSMIP/00-06). 48 p.

500/CE299/no.984. Jung, Roger. Prevention of progressive collapse in steel structures using cable catenary action. Berkeley, Calif.: Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of California. 2000. (CE299 no. 984). 1 v.

500/E35S/24. Bachmann, Hugo, and Thomas Wenk. Softening instead of strengthening for seismic rehabilitation. Zurich: Institut für Baustatik und Konstruktion ETH Zurich. 2000. (IBK Sonderdruck Nr. 0024). 4 p.

500/E35S/25. Bachmann, Hugo. Duktiler Bewehrungsstahl - unentbehrlich fèur Stahlbetontragwerke. Zurich: Institut für Baustatik und Konstruktion ETH Zurich. 2000. (IBK Sonderdruck Nr. 0025). 15 p.

500/N3TR/2103-SHR/v.3.
Priestley, M. J. N. Seismic design criteria for California marine oil terminals. Vol. 3, Design examples. Port Hueneme, Calif.: Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center, 2000. (Technical report TR-2103-SHR). 115 p.

500/S778/99-21. Uang, Chia-Ming, and Chao-Chin Fan. Cyclic instability of steel moment connections with reduced beam sections. La Jolla, Calif.: Dept. of Structural Engineering, University of California, San Diego. 1999. (SSRP-99/21) 51 lvs.

500/S778/2000-04. Dunbar, William Bruce, J. B. Kosmatka. Damage detection in dynamic systems with non- linearities. La Jolla: Dept. of Structural Engineering, University of California, San Diego. 1999. (SSRP-2000/04) 123 p.

500/S778/2000-05. Waughtel, Leigh-Ann, and J. B. Kosmatka. Residual strength predictions for cold-worked holes with low-edge distance. La Jolla, Calif.: Dept. of Structural Engineering, University of California, San Diego, 1999. (SSRP-2000/05) 115 p.

500/U576/97-4. Itani, Ahmad M. Cyclic behavior of Richmond-San Rafael tower links. Reno: Center for Civil Engineering Earthquake Research, University of Nevada. 1997. (CCEER-97-4). 1 v.

610/N335/GCR/98-736. Fleming, Russell P. Analysis of fire sprinkler system performance in the Northridge earthquake. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Standards and Technology, Building and Fire Research Laboratory. 1998. (NIST GCR; 98-736.) 61 p.

610/N335/GCR/98-736. NSF workshop on research needs and opportunities for urban underground facilities: Held at the 3rd National Geo-Institute Conference, June 16, 1999, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois. 2000. 71 p.

620/H277/1998. Harthorn, Roy W. Temporary shoring & stabilization of earthquake damaged historic buildings: practical considerations for earthquake response & recovery in California. Sacramento, Calif.: California Building Officials. 1998. 36 p.

620/S446/1999. [Shea, Gail Hynes, ed.] Seismic design manual. Sacramento, Calif.: Structural Engineers Association of California. 1999–2000. 3 v.

620.2/A14/1999. Aalami, Bijan O. and Allan Bommer. Design fundamentals of post-tensioned concrete floors. Phoenix, AZ: Post-Tensioning Institute. 1999. 1 v.

620.4/S775/1998. Structural Engineers Association of Northern California Summer Seminar (1998: San Francisco, Calif.) Performance of wood structures: 1998 Summer seminar, August 20 & 27, 1998. San Francisco, Calif.: SEAONC. 1998. 1 v.

625/L67/13635-MS. C. R. Farrar et al. Structural health monitoring studies of the Alamosa Canyon and I-40 bridges. Los Alamos, N.M.: Los Alamos National Laboratory. 2000. 141 p.

650/N67/1995. URS Consultants, Inc., and John A. Blume & Associates. Northridge earthquake study of seismic design factors for hospital non-structural components. Sacramento, Calif.: Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, Hospital Building Safety Board. [1995]

705.455/1999/E46.
Fierro, Eduardo A. et al. El Quindío, Colombia, South America earthquake, January 25, 1999: EERI Learning from earthquakes reconnaissance report. Oakland, Calif.: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute. 2000. (EERI publication no. 2000-01). 316 p.

710.1/B52/1999. Blair-Tyler, Martha, and Karen Kristiansson. Decisions to demolish: Case studies of the fate of earthquake-damaged buildings. Portola Valley, Calif.: Spangle Associates. 1999.

710.6/P677/1992. The Design Division, East Bay Municipal Utility District. Post earthquake water system performance service levels. Oakland, Calif.: East Bay Municipal Utility District, 1992. 51p.

760/F56/2000. Earthquake Engineering Research Institute. Financial management of earthquake risk. Oakland, Calif.: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, 2000. (EERI publication no. 2000-04). 113 p.

CF29. American Society of Civil Engineers. Minimum design loads for buildings and other structures. Reston, Va.: ASCE; Raleigh, N.C.: Brilliant Books, Applied Research Associates. 2000. 1 computer optical disc. (CD)