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dc.contributor.authorGallego, Mauricio
dc.contributor.authorYamín Lacouture, Luis Eduardo
dc.contributor.authorTristancho, Julián
dc.identifier.citationRevista de Ingenieríaes_CO
dc.description.abstractCompitation of seismic hazard at rock or firm sited has been a well established technique for many years. Hazard is generally expressed in terms of exceedance rates (ER), defined as then mean annual number of times in wich a given value of intensity in exceeded. the inverse of the ER of some intensity is called its mean return period. Usually, the practice was to compute seismic hazard in terms of ER of peak motion values, such as peak ground acceleration, velocity and displacement. More recently, uniform-hazard response spectra (UHS) have been constructed in a more direct and precise way, by means of attenuation equations that relate, typically, magnitude and distance with response specteal values for a range of periods. By performing a conventional hazard analysis on a period by period basis, it is possible to construct response spectra whose ordinates are, all, associated to the same return period, thus constituting a UHSes_CO
dc.sourceinstname:Universidad de los Andeses_CO
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional Sénecaes_CO
dc.titleSistema probabilístico de información geográfica de amenaza sísmica de Colombiaes_CO
dc.subject.keywordTerremotos - Prevención - Publicaciones seriadases_CO
dc.subject.keywordConstrucciones antisísmicas - Investigaciones - Publicaciones seriadases_CO
dc.subject.keywordSistemas de información geográfica - Aplicaciones - Publicaciones seriadases_CO
dc.subject.keywordDinámica de suelos - Investigaciones - Publicaciones seriadases_CO
dc.subject.keywordIngeniería sísmica - Investigaciones - Publicaciones seriadases_CO
dc.journal.titleRevista de Ingenieríaes_CO

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