Buildings at risk seismic design basics for practicing architects / produced by the AIA/ACSA Council on Architectural Research

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Subjects: Earthquake resistant design
Buildings--Earthquake effects
Earthquake engineering
Formats: Projected Graphic, Slide
Material Type: Projected medium -- Monograph
Language: English
Audience: Specialized
Published: [Washington, DC] : American Institute of Architects, c1994
LC Classification: T, TA
Physical Description: 240 slides : col. ; 5 x 5 cm. + slide annotations (23 p.) in 3-ring binder
Additional Authors: Arnold, Christopher, 1925-
AIA/ACSA Council on Architectural Research
American Institute of Architects. Continuing Education
United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency
Notes: "Annotated slide set."
Summary: Explores how to make well-informed decisions when planning and designing earthquake-resistant buildings. Describes ground motion and its impact on buildings, impact of site conditions on seismic vulnerability, how to work with strucutral engineers, how to interpret seismic codes, and how to incorporate good siesmic design in renovating existing structures
OCLC Number: 35155602