By M.J.N. Priestley
Displacement-Based Seismic layout of constructions is a publication basically directed in the direction of working towards structural designers who're attracted to employing performance-based innovations to seismic layout. considering the fact that a lot of the cloth awarded within the booklet has now not been released in different places, it's going to even be of substantial curiosity to researchers, and to graduate and upper-level undergraduate scholars of earthquake engineering who desire to increase a deeper knowing of ways layout can be utilized to regulate seismic reaction.
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