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Duration of strong ground motion in terms of earthquake magnitude, epicentral distance, site conditions and site geometry



Duration of strong ground motion in terms of earthquake magnitude, epicentral distance, site conditions and site geometry



Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 23(9): 1023-1043




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DOI: 10.1002/eqe.4290230907


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