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.
This accelerogram is applied since it is a typical input in most earthquake engineering studies and also it correspond to a representative strong, broad-band motion.
The same accelerogram was used in all simulations, the scaling factor of the peak accelerations (PA) being the only difference (Table 1).
Program untuk Membuat Accelerogram Gempa yang Disesuaikan dengan Respon Spectrum Tertentu, Skripsi No 636 S, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Kristen Petra, Surabaya.
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.
For example, a seismologist can gather and provide useful information regarding significant aspects of a particular seismic event, such as information about locations of an epicenter, accelerogram readings, soils information and other data, that may explain damage patterns and help determine which geographic areas were more or less vulnerable to significant damage.
European digital accelerogram data-base: A statistical analysis of engineering parameters of moderate magnitude events.
Two series of seismic simulations were conducted using the Calitri 1980 NS accelerogram scaled to different amplitudes.
In Figure 3a we can see the accelerogram recoded by the free field receiver at Polkowice Skalnikow.
It is also possible to obtain accelerogram and spectrum of specified signal (Fig.
The selected horizontal accelerograms are in compliance with the Italian Seismic Code for the life safety limit state of a strategic structure (functional class IV [10]) located in Naples, Italy (14.