Dynamic Behavior of Concrete and Seismic Engineering
Publication Date: March 2009 Hardback 400 pp.
While the static behavior of concrete has been the subject of numerous works, the same cannot be said for the dynamic behavior.
This book sets out to remedy this situation: it begins by presenting the most frequently used experimental techniques used in the study of the dynamic behavior of concrete, then continues by examining seismicity and seismic behavior, soil behavior, models of concrete structures subject to seismic activity, seismic calculation methods of structures and paraseismic engineering.
1. Dynamic Behavior of Concrete: Experimental Aspects, François Toutlemonde and Gérard Gary.
2. Material Behavior of Concrete: Constitutive Models, Patrice Bailly.
3. Seismic Ground Motion, Pierre-Yves Bard.
4. Dynamic Soil-structure Interactions, Alain Pecker.
5. Experimental Methods in Earthquake Engineering, Alain Millard, Pierre Pegon and Jean-Claude Queval.
6. Experiments on Large Structures, Patrick Paultre and Jean Proulx.
7. Models for Simulating the Seismic Response of Concrete Structures, Didier Combescure, Nicolas Ile, Jacky Mazars and Jean-Marie Reynouard.
8. Seismic Analysis of Structures: Improvements Due to Probabilistic Concepts, Jean-René Gibert.
9. Engineering Know-how: Lessons from Earthquakes and Rules for Seismic Design, Philippe Bisch.
About the Authors
Jacky Mazars is a Professor at the Polytechnic National Institute, Grenoble, France.
Alain Millard works at the CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France.