Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by the Water and Sewage and Seismic Risk committees of the Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by Craig E. Taylor.|
|Series||Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering monograph ;, no. 2, Monograph (American Society of Civil Engineers. Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering) ;, no. 2.|
|Contributions||Taylor, Craig E., American Society of Civil Engineers. Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering. Water and Sewage Committee., American Society of Civil Engineers. Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering. Seismic Risk Committee.|
|LC Classifications||TD487 .S45 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||91025815|
ASCE-TCLEE. (). “Seismic loss estimation for a hypothetical water system.” Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering (TCLEE) of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Monograph No. 2, C. , ed., ASCE, Los Angeles. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Lifeline seismic performance analysis for water and electric power systems Seismic Loss Estimation for a Hypothetical Water System, Technical Coun-cil on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering Monograph. Probable Loss - a direct relationship between probability and earthquake damage, considering both the hazard and damage function uncertainties. Scenario Loss - estimates damage for a defined quake scenario: ¥ Scenario Expected Loss (mean estimate) ¥ Scenario Upper Loss (90% estimate) _____ ÔPMLÕ is redefined in ATC for ÒÉprobable File Size: 4MB.
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This book should be read by everybody interested in earthquake prediction and seismic hazard mitigation, expert or not, scientist or administrator. It makes a good reference. Each chapter contains a comprehensive set of references to recent literature. A CD-ROM with color figures is included." (Christian Goltz, Surveys in Geophysics, Vol 5/5(1). EXTENSION OF FORM-BASED RELIABILITY TO BUILDING SEISMIC LOSS ESTIMATION AND PORTFOLIO RESILIENCE R. B. Corotis1 ABSTRACT An efficient process for estimating regional seismic loss is important, as many private and public entities are concerned with the impact of an earthquake to a portfolio of buildings. tanks are frequently used in seismic active regions also hence their seismic behavior has to be investigated in detail. Due to the lack of knowledge of supporting system and also due to improper geometrical selection of staging patterns some of the water tanks were File Size: 2MB. Kinematic source inversions of past earthquakes in the magnitude range of 6–8 are used to simulate 60 scenario earthquakes on the San Andreas fault. The unilateral rupture scenario earthquakes are hypothetically located at 6 locations spread out uniformly along the southern section of the fault, each associated with two hypocenters and rupture directions. Probabilities Cited by: 1.