accelerogram

accelerogram

[ak′sel·ə·rə‚gram]
(engineering)
A record made by an accelerograph.
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In order to dynamic analyzing of nailed wall, an accelerogram was entered in according to fig 7 to the base model.
Then based on the seismicity studies of the region, an appropriate accelerogram has been selected and applied to the model to do the dynamic analyses and to estimate the pore pressure development within the core of the dam during the earthquake loading.
Comparing the above parameters with those belong to different recorded earthquake occurred in Iran, the Deyhook accelerogram by the record No.
New method of generating spectrum compatible accelerograms using neural networks, Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 27(4): 377-396.
The accelerograms of the earthquakes considered in the present paper have been obtained from:
The recorded accelerograms of vibrations are shown in the Fig.
Besides earthquake location, it is really important to obtain the local magnitude for strong earthquakes using the accelerograms.
The papers, which include recent theoretical research as well as specific case histories, deal with such specific topics as accelerograms for building design for hard soil in Mexico City, critical evaluation of near-field seismic records in Greece, effects of configuration of shear walls on system behavior under seismic load, analysis of earthquake wave propagation in buildings, cyclic load behavior of reinforced concrete beam-column subassemblages of modern structures, and innovative materials for bridge seismic design.
For specific specimen, viscous damping coefficient is calculated from logarithmic decrement of amplitude and vibration frequency, which are determined from time-domain analysis of acquiesced accelerograms of bifurcation process.
g] are known from recorded vibration accelerograms, the equation (36) has now the form:
The results of shear wave analysis of accelerograms recorder in the National Network of Accelerometers of Colombia (NNAC) from January of 1994 to December of 1997 allowed to estimate the direction of shear wave polarization in 6 regions (Figure 5).