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Title: How Buildings Respond to Earthquakes
Url: http://mceer.buffalo.edu/Infoservice/Reference_Services/BuildingRespo...
Publisher: State University of New York at Buffalo
Description: This website, produced by MCEER, provides an explanation of how buildings typically respond to earthquakes. The article discusses physics concepts such as Newton’s Laws, inertial forces, and the frequency and period of buildings. Material properties including stiffness, ductility, and damping are also discussed in terms of their influence on building responses to earthquakes.
LC Classification: Science -- Geology -- Dynamic and structural geology -- Volcanoes and earthquakes
Science -- Geology -- Study and teaching. Research
Technology -- Building construction -- Architectural engineering. Structural engineering of buildings
GEM Subject: Science -- Physics
Arts -- Architecture
Science -- Geology
Key Concept: Geology -- Earthquakes
Physics -- Newton's laws and Newtonian mechanics
Physics -- Oscillations
Physics -- Waves
Geology -- Seismic waves
Key Concepts Complete: Yes
Resource Type: Reading Materials
Reference
Science Materials
Format: html
Audience: College/University Instructors
Higher Education
Secondary Education
Students
Teachers
Technical School First Cycle
University First Cycle
University Second Cycle
Vocational Training
Language: English
Rights: Has a copyright or other restriction.
Access Rights: Free access
Date Of Record Release: 2009-12-11 03:00:02 (W3C-DTF)
Date Last Modified: 2009-12-10 11:23:08 (W3C-DTF)
Source: comPADRE  comPADRE
Full Record Views: 41
Resource URL Clicks: 7
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