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ART 3.0 - Strong-Motion Analysis and Research Tool

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1. Preliminary Notes 2. Introduction 3. Getting Started 4. Using ART 5. References 6. Software Change History 7. Revision history

Chapter 5. References

Abrahamson, N. A., & Silva, W. J. (1997), Empirical response spectral attenuation relations for shallow crustal earthquakes. Seismological Research Letters, 68(1), 94–127.

Ambraseys, N. N., & Douglas, J. (2003), Near-field horizontal and vertical earthquake ground motions. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 23(1), 1–18.

Ambraseys, N. N., & Simpson, K. A. (1996), Prediction of vertical response spectra in Europe. Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 25(4), 401–412.

Ambraseys, N. N., Simpson, K. A., & Bommer, J. J. (1996), Prediction of horizontal response spectra in Europe. Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 25(4), 371–400.

Ambraseys, N. N., Douglas, J., Sarma, S. K., & Smit, P. M. (2005a), Equations for the estimation of strong ground motions from shallow crustal earthquakes using data from Europe and the Middle East: Horizontal peak ground acceleration and spectral acceleration. Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 3(1), 1–53.

Ambraseys, N. N., Douglas, J., Sarma, S. K., & Smit, P. M. (2005b), Equations for the estimation of strong ground motions from shallow crustal earthquakes using data from Europe and the Middle East: Vertical peak ground acceleration and spectral acceleration. Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 3(1), 55–73.

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Atkinson, G. M., & Boore, D. M. (2003), Empirical ground-motion relations for subduction zone earthquakes and their application to Cascadia and other regions. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 93(4), 1703–1729.

Beaudet, P. R. & Wolfson, S. J. (1970), Digital filters for response spectra, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 60(3), 1001-1013.

Berge-Thierry, C., Cotton, F., Scotti, O., Griot-Pommera, D.-A., & Fukushima, Y. (2003), New empirical response spectral attenuation laws for moderate European earthquakes. Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 7(2), 193–222.

Bindi, D., Luzi, L., Pacor, F., Franceshina, G., & Castro, R. R. (2006), Ground-motion predictions from empirical attenuation relationships versus recorded data: The case of the 1997–1998 Umbria-Marche, central Italy, strong-motion data set. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 96(3), 984–1002.

Bommer, J. J. & Martinez-Pereira (1999), The effective duration of earthquake strong motion, Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 3(2), 127-172.

Bommer, J. J., Magenes, G., Hancock, J., Penazzo, P. (2004), The influence of strong motion duration on the seismic response of masonry structures, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 2(1), 1-26. DOI: 10.1023/B:BEEE.0000038948.95616.bf.

Boore, D. M., Joyner, W. B., & Fumal, T. E. (1997), Equations for estimating horizontal response spectra and peak acceleration from western North American earthquakes: A summary of recent work. Seismological Research Letters, 68(1), 128–153.

Campbell, K. W. (1997), Empirical near-source attenuation relationships for horizontal and vertical components of peak ground acceleration, peak ground velocity, and pseudo-absolute acceleration response spectra. Seismological Research Letters, 68(1), 154–179.

Campbell, K. W., & Bozorgnia, Y. (2003a), Updated near-source ground-motion (attenuation) relations for the horizontal and vertical components of peak ground acceleration and acceleration response spectra. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 93(1), 314–331.

Campbell, K. W., & Bozorgnia, Y. (2003b), Erratum: Updated near-source ground-motion (attenuation) relations for the horizontal and vertical components of peak ground acceleration and acceleration response spectra. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 93(3), 1413.

Campbell, K. W., & Bozorgnia, Y. (2003c), Erratum: Updated near-source ground-motion (attenuation) relations for the horizontal and vertical components of peak ground acceleration and acceleration response spectra. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 93(4), 1872.

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Douglas, J. (2003), Earthquake ground motion estimation using strong-motion records: A review of equations for the estimation of peak ground acceleration and response spectral ordinates. Earth-Science Reviews, 61(1-2), 43–104.

Douglas, J. (2004a), Ground motion estimation equations 1964–2003: Reissue of ESEE Report No. 01-1: ‘A comprehensive worldwide summary of strong-motion attenuation relationships for peak ground acceleration and spectral ordinates (1969 to 2000)’ with corrections and additions. Technical Report 04-001-SM, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine; London; U.K.

Douglas, J. (2006), Errata of and additions to ‘Ground motion estimation equations 1964–2003’. Intermediary report RP-54603-FR, BRGM, Orléans, France.

Douglas, J. (2008), Further errata of and additions to ‘Ground motion estimation equations 1964-2003’. Final report RP-56187-FR, BRGM, Orléans, France.

Electric Power Research Institute (2006), Program on Technology Innovation: Use of Cumulative Absolute Velocity (CAV) in Determining Effects of Small Magnitude Earthquakes on Seismic Hazard Analyses. EPRI, Palo Alto, CA, and the U.S. Department of Energy, Germantown, MD: 2006 1014099.

European Committee for Standardization (2002). Eurocode 8: Design of structures for earthquake resistance Part 1: General rules, seismic actions and rules for buildings. Tech. rept. Doc CEN/TC250/SC8/N317. Central Secretariat: rue de Stassart 36, B1050 Brussels.

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Iwan, W. D. (1997), The drift spectrum: a measure of demand for earthquake ground motions. Journal of Structural Engineering (ASCE), 123, 397–404.

K-NET (2002), About K-NET data format, http://www.k-net.bosai.go.jp/k-net/man/knetform_en.html

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Kalkan, E., & Gülkan, P. (2004), Site-dependent spectra derived from ground motion records in Turkey. Earthquake Spectra, 20(4), 1111–1138.

Lussou, P., Bard, P. Y., Cotton, F., & Fukushima, Y. (2001), Seismic design regulation codes: Contribution of K-Net data to site effect evaluation. Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 5(1), 13–33.

National Strong-Motion Program (2002), SMC-format Data files, http://nsmp.wr.usgs.gov/smcfmt.html

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Rathje, E.M., Faraj, F., Russell, S., & Bray, J.D. (2004), Empirical relationships for frequency content parameters of earthquake ground motions, Earthquake Spectra, 20(1), 119-144.

Sabetta, F., & Pugliese, A. (1996), Estimation of response spectra and simulation of nonstationary earthquake ground motions. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 86(2), 337–352.

Sadigh, K., Chang, C.-Y., Egan, J. A., Makdisi, F., & Youngs, R. R. (1997), Attenuation relationships for shallow crustal earthquakes based on California strong motion data. Seismological Research Letters, 68(1), 180–189.

Sarma, S. K. (1971), Energy flux of strong earthquakes, Tectonophysics, 11, 159-173.

Sarma, S. K. & Yang, K. S. (1987), An evaluation of strong motion records and a new parameter A95, Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics, 15(1), 119-132.

Shakal, A. F. & Huang, M. J. (1985), Standard tape format for CSMIP strong-motion data tapes, California Strong Motion Instrumentation Program, Report OSMS 85-03.

Sokolov, V. & Furumura, T. (2008), Comparative analysis of two methods for instrumental intensity estimations using the database accumulated during recent large earthquakes in Japan, Earthquake Spectra, 24(2), 513-532.

Spudich, P., Joyner, W. B., Lindh, A. G., Boore, D. M., Margaris, B. M., & Fletcher, J. B. (1999), SEA99: A revised ground motion prediction relation for use in extensional tectonic regimes. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 89(5), 1156–1170.

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Youngs, R. R., Chiou, S.-J., Silva, W. J., & Humphrey, J. R. (1997). Strong ground motion attenuation relationships for subduction zone earthquakes. Seismological Research Letters, 68(1), 58–73.

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1. Preliminary Notes 2. Introduction 3. Getting Started 4. Using ART 5. References 6. Software Change History 7. Revision history