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Title: Seismic analysis of a Mexican viaduct with nonlinear modeling of soil-structure interaction
Authors: Coelho, Claúdia
Arêde, António
Delgado, Pedro
Barbosa, José
Keywords: Seismic design
Nonlinear models of soil
Pushover analysis
Non-linear dynamic analysis
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: National Technical University of Athens
Citation: Coelho, C., Arêde, A., Delgado, P., & Barbosa, J. (2019). Seismic analysis of a Mexican viaduct with nonlinear modeling of soil-structure interaction. In M. Papadrakakis, & M. Fragiadakis (Eds), COMPDYN 2019: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Computational Methods in Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, June 24-26, 2019, Greece (vol. 1, pp. 529-543). National Technical University of Athens.
Abstract: Every day the need to understand earthquakes and how that phenomenon affects construction grows, to make it possible to prevent and minimize inherent risks to their relation. That need increases when projects are located in regions with large seismicity. Therefore, the present paper, which was developed in partnership with GEG – Gabinete de Estruturas e Geotecnia, has, as a final goal, to study and compare the variety of calculation methods available on Eurocode 8 to design and evaluate earthquake resistant structures, using a real case study. The methods approached are linear dynamic analysis, also known as spectral analysis, nonlinear static analysis, also recognized as pushover analysis, and non-linear dynamic analysis, well-known as time-history analysis. Simultaneously to the seismic analyses, it is developed a detailed study of the parameters that affect the damping of soil-structure interaction.
ISBN: 978-618-82844-6-3
ISSN: 2623-3347
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