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Dependence of strong ground motion on magnitude-distance, site geology and macroseismic intensity for shallow earthquakes in Greece; I, Peak horizontal acceleration, velocity and displacement



Dependence of strong ground motion on magnitude-distance, site geology and macroseismic intensity for shallow earthquakes in Greece; I, Peak horizontal acceleration, velocity and displacement



Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 11(7): 387-402



Strong motion data were used to study attenuation characteristics of horizontal peak acceleration, velocity and displacement. The data base consists of 105 horizontal components from 36 shallow earthquakes in Greece of magnitude 4·5 to 7·0, and of 16 horizontal components from four shallow subduction earthquakes in Japan and Alaska of magnitudes 7·2 to 7·5. The resulting equations are:

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DOI: 10.1016/0267-7261(92)90003-v


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