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Preliminary empirical model for scaling Fourier amplitude spectra of strong ground acceleration in terms of modified Mercalli intensity and recording site conditions



Preliminary empirical model for scaling Fourier amplitude spectra of strong ground acceleration in terms of modified Mercalli intensity and recording site conditions



Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 7(1): 63-74




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DOI: 10.1002/eqe.4290070106


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