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rules for buildings. Final Draft, Ref. No. prEN 1998-1:2003E, Brussels Fajfar P 2000: A Nonlinear Analysis Method for Performance Based Seismic Design, Accepted for Publication in Earthquake Spectra, EERI, Oakland

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A probabilistically based hazard map of Albania expressed in terms of PGA for 475 years of return period following the spatially smoothed seismicity approach proposed by Frankel (1995) and developed by Slovenian researchers (Lapajne et al. 1997), is presented.  Taking advantage of this development, an effort has been made to analyze the parameters of site-dependent acceleration response spectra parameters of the current seismic design code KTP-N.2-89 in Albania.

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Authors: Cristian Vulcu, Aurel Stratan, Adrian Ciutină, and Dan Dubină

EN1998-1-1, Eurocode 8, Design of structures for earthquake resistance — Part 1, General rules, seismic actions and rules for buildings, CEN, European Committee for Standardization , 2004. P100-1, Romanian Seismic Design

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Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics 2008 37 1703 1720 Vargas R., Bruneau M. Seismic design of multi

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1975 Paulay T., Priestley M. J. N. Seismic design of reinforced concrete and masonry buildings , John Wiley, New York, 1992

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. Kiril i Metodij”, Skopje Lomnitz C 1974: Global Tectonics and Earthquake Risk McGuire K R 1975: Seismic Design Spectra and Mapping Procedures Using Risk Analysis Based Directlyon

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1998-1 2004 , Design provisions for earthquake resistance of structures: General rules — Seismic actions and general requirements for structures, CEN, EN1998-1-1. P100-1/2006, Seismic design code, Part I (in Roman)

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, Standard Review Plan , 3.7.1 Seismic Design Parameters, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, March, 2007.

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Dual-steel structural systems, in which mild carbon steel is used in dissipative members while high strength steel is used in non-dissipative ‘elastic’ members, can be very reliable and cost efficient. Because present seismic design codes do not cover this specific configuration, a research project started with the aim to investigate and evaluate the seismic performance of dual-steel building frames. The frames are considered to be moment resisting frames, dual concentrically braced frames and dual eccentrically braced frames. The paper makes a short description of the research project and the experimental program to be performed at the ‘Politehnica’ University of Timisoara.A number of numerical simulations have been performed for the beam-to-column joints that will be tested with the aim to assess their behavior under monotonic as well as cyclic loading. The material model used in the numerical simulations was calibrated based on the results from tensile tests. The assumptions considered in the modeling of the specimens, the loading procedure, as well as the results from the numerical analysis are finally presented.

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Courses and Lectures, No. 420, 2000 . [2] Gioncu V. , Mazzolani F. Seismic design of steel structures , CRC

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