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Introduction to Computational Earthquake Engineering (eBook)

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This book provides rigorous foundations of applying modern computational mechanics to earthquake engineering. The scope covers the numerical analysis of earthquake wave propagation processes and the faulting processes, and also presents the most advanced numerical simulations of earthquake hazards and disasters that can take place in an urban area.

Two new chapters included are advanced topics on high performance computing and for constructing an analysis model.

This is the first book in earthquake engineering that explains the application of modern numerical computation (which includes high performance computing) to various engineering seismology problems.

<!-- </description> -->Contents:
  • Preliminaries:
    • Solid Continuum Mechanics
    • Finite Element Method
    • Stochastic Modeling
  • Strong Ground Motion:
    • The Wave Equation for Solids
    • Analysis of Strong Ground Motion
    • Simulation of Strong Ground Motion
  • Faulting:
    • Elasto-Plasticity and Fracture Mechanics
    • Analysis of Faulting
    • Simulation of Faulting
    • BEM Simulation of Faulting
  • Advanced Topics:
    • Integrated Earthquake Simulation
    • Multi-Agent Simulation for Evacuation Process Analysis
    • High Performance Computing Application
    • Meta-Modeling Theory for Construction of Numerical Analysis Model
  • Appendices:
    • Earthquake Mechanisms
    • Analytical Mechanics
    • Numerical Techniques of Solving Wave Equation
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<!-- <readership> -->Readership: Engineers and advanced undergraduates in the field of earthquake engineering.<!-- </readership> -->
Earthquake Engineering;Computational Mechanics;Engineering Seismology0Key Features:
  • Emphasis of continuum mechanics as the foundation of the seismic wave propagation processes and the structural seismic response processes
  • Application of modern computational mechanics for engineering seismology problems
  • Explanation of advanced topics of earthquake engineering, such as high performance computing, agent simulation, automated model construction

<!-- <description> -->

This book provides rigorous foundations of applying modern computational mechanics to earthquake engineering. The scope covers the numerical analysis of earthquake wave propagation processes and the faulting processes, and also presents the most advanced numerical simulations of earthquake hazards and disasters that can take place in an urban area.

Two new chapters included are advanced topics on high performance computing and for constructing an analysis model.

This is the first book in earthquake engineering that explains the application of modern numerical computation (which includes high performance computing) to various engineering seismology problems.

<!-- </description> -->Contents:
  • Preliminaries:
    • Solid Continuum Mechanics
    • Finite Element Method
    • Stochastic Modeling
  • Strong Ground Motion:
    • The Wave Equation for Solids
    • Analysis of Strong Ground Motion
    • Simulation of Strong Ground Motion
  • Faulting:
    • Elasto-Plasticity and Fracture Mechanics
    • Analysis of Faulting
    • Simulation of Faulting
    • BEM Simulation of Faulting
  • Advanced Topics:
    • Integrated Earthquake Simulation
    • Multi-Agent Simulation for Evacuation Process Analysis
    • High Performance Computing Application
    • Meta-Modeling Theory for Construction of Numerical Analysis Model
  • Appendices:
    • Earthquake Mechanisms
    • Analytical Mechanics
    • Numerical Techniques of Solving Wave Equation
<!-- </contents> -->
<!-- <readership> -->Readership: Engineers and advanced undergraduates in the field of earthquake engineering.<!-- </readership> -->
Earthquake Engineering;Computational Mechanics;Engineering Seismology0Key Features:
  • Emphasis of continuum mechanics as the foundation of the seismic wave propagation processes and the structural seismic response processes
  • Application of modern computational mechanics for engineering seismology problems
  • Explanation of advanced topics of earthquake engineering, such as high performance computing, agent simulation, automated model construction


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