Proceedings - 79th Annual 2010 - Indian Wells

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Proceedings from the SEAOC Convention held on September 22-25, 2010 in Indian Wells, CA. Tehcnical papers include:

  • A Case Study in Application of California Building Code Existing Building Provisions to Repair of a Dama.pdf
  • A Structural EngineerGÇÖs Perspective on Lean Design & Construction.pdf
  • An Analytical Study of Combined Brace Systems for Enhanced Seismic Performance of Steel Buildings
  • BRB Seismic Retrofit of Pre-Northridge Steel Moment Frame Building
  • Case Studies GÇô Documentation to Support A Separate Structural Engineering Practice Act
  • Case Study of the Seismic Upgrade of a Critical Facility Using Spliced Buckling Restrained Braces
  • Combined Analysis of 3D Frames and Foundations
  • Comparison of Floor Acceleration Demands GÇô NL Response History Results vs. Prescriptive Code Forces for Different Building Systems
  • Concrete Slender Wall Design GÇô Back to the Future
  • Cyclic Testing and Analysis of Retrofitted Pre-Northridge Steel Moment Connections Using Bolted Brackets 
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  • Cyclic Testing of Steel Non-orthogonal RBS Moment Connections for LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal Modernization Program
  • Deriving Plastic Deformation from Stress Ratios
  • Development and Validation of Nonlinear Modeling Methods for Steel Using Full-Scale Connection Testing
  • Effect of Openings on the Lateral Load Resisting Mechanism of Masonry Infilled RC Frames
  • Effect of Soil-Pile-Structure Interaction Models on Multi-Hazard Analysis of RC Bridges
  • Efficient Use of Rebar to Control Shrinkage and Thermal Cracks in Reinforced Concrete Walls
  • Equivalency for Seismic Coefficients and Factors
  • Fragility Functions for Steel Shear Links in Eccentrically Braced Frames
  • From Recording to Time History Analysis - A Primer on Maximum Direction Ground Motion
  • Heavy Timber Braced Frames GÇô A Non-prescriptive Seismic Load Resisting System Solution for a High Seismic Area Project
  • High Volumes of Supplementary Cementitious Materials - A DesignerGÇÖs Perspective
  • High-Damping Viscoelastic Rubber Applications for Seismic and Wind Energy Dissipation
  • Hybrid Control of Tall Buildings against Ground Excitations Using H-Infinity Control Approach
  • Improved Earthquake and High Wind Performance Design of Low-Rise Wood-Frame Buildings
  • Integrated Project Delivery - A Structural EngineerGÇÖs Perspective
  • Lessons Learned in Sustainable Information and Technology Transfer Considering Culture and Resources
  • Modal Pushover-Based Scaling of Two Components of Ground Motion Records for Nonlinear RHA of Buildings 
  • Pin-Fuse Systems - Limiting Structural Damage in Major Seismic Events Using Friction Fuses
  • Reinforced Concrete Structures
  • SCM-Rich Concrete in Composite Construction
  • Sculpted High-Rise - The Al Hamra Tower
  • Seismic Earth Pressures on Deep Building Basements
  • Seismic Evaluation and Rehabilitation of a Three Story Pre-Northridge Steel Frame Essential Service Facility
  • Seismic Performance Factors for Steel Diagrid Framed Systems Using ATC-63 Methodology
  • Seismic Retrofit of Unreinforced Masonry Infill Walls Using Advanced Composite Materials
  • Significant Changes in Seismic Design Provisions from ASCE 7-05 to ASCE 7-10 Simplified Analysis of Wood Shear Walls with Multiple Openings
  • Simplified Design of Concrete Buildings
  • Site-Specific Ground Motions and the 2010 California Building Code
  • Structural Design of the New Airport Traffic Control Tower at McCarran International Airport
  • Structural Design of the Seismically Isolated UCSF Regeneration Medicine Building
  • Structural Design with the New DSA Collaborative Process for Community Colleges Successful Implementation of Design Assist on a Large California Hospital Project The AISC Seismic Provisions Past, Present and Future
  • The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive - A Unique Composite Steel Wall, Seismically Isolated Structure
  • The Crystals at CityCenter - Utilization of BIM Software
  • The Design Approach to Accommodate the Earthquake Surface Fault Rupture at the UC Berkeley California Memorial StadiumThe George E. Brown Jr. Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES) - A Resource for Structural Engineers
  • The Meaning of Seismic Earth Pressure
  • The Real Deal on Soil-Foundation-Structure Interaction
  • THE SEISMIC STAR SYSTEM - A Proposed Methodology for Classifying the Seismic Performance of Buildings
  • Thermal Bridging - Structural Impacts on Efficient Building Envelopes Unified Design Methodology for Buckling-Restrained Braced Frames When Buildings Collide
  • The George E. Brown Jr. Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES) - A Resource for Structural Engineers
  • The Meaning of Seismic Earth Pressure
  • The Real Deal on Soil-Foundation-Structure Interaction
  • THE SEISMIC STAR SYSTEM - A Proposed Methodology for Classifying the Seismic Performance of Buildings
  • Thermal Bridging - Structural Impacts on Efficient Building Envelopes
  • Unified Design Methodology for Buckling-Restrained Braced Frames
  • When Buildings Collide