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Empirical models for scaling pseudo relative velocity spectra of strong earthquake accelerations in terms of magnitude, distance, site intensity and recording site conditions



Empirical models for scaling pseudo relative velocity spectra of strong earthquake accelerations in terms of magnitude, distance, site intensity and recording site conditions



Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 8(3): 126-144




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DOI: 10.1016/s0267-7261(89)80008-9


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