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Dependence of Fourier spectrum amplitudes of recorded earthquake accelerations on magnitude, local soil conditions and on depth of sediments



Dependence of Fourier spectrum amplitudes of recorded earthquake accelerations on magnitude, local soil conditions and on depth of sediments



Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics 18(7): 999-1016



New empirical scaling equations of Fourier amplitude spectra of strong earthquake shaking are presented for the site characterization in terms of local geologic and local soil conditions simultaneously.--Modified journal abstract.

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DOI: 10.1002/eqe.4290180706


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