Building Seismic Safety Council 2003 Publications

2003 Publications

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NEHRP Recommended Provisions For New Buildings And Other Structures, FEMA 450

Part 1: Provisions

Introduction

Chapter 1: General Provisions

Chapter 2: Quality Assurance

Chapter 3: Ground Motion (Section 2–5)

Chapter 4: Structural Design Criteria

Alternative Simplified Chapter 4

Chapter 5: Structural Analysis Prodecdures

Appendix to Chapter 5: Nonlinear Static Prodcedure

Chapter 6: Architectural, Mechanical and Electrical Component Design Requirements

Appendix to Chapter 6: Alternative Provisions for the Design of Piping Systems

Chapter 7: Foundation Design Requirements

Appendix to Chapter 7: Geotechnical Ultimate Strength Design of Foundations and Foundations Load-Deformation Modeling

Chapter 8: Steel Structure Design Requirements

Chapter 9: Concrete Structure Design Requirements

Appendix to Chapter 9: Untopped Precast Diaphragms

Chapter 10: Composite Steel and Concrete Structure Design Requirements

Chapter 11: Masonry Structure Design Requirements

Chapter 12: Wood Structure Design Requirements

Chapter 13: Seismically Isolated Structure Design Requirements

Chapter 14: Nonbuilding Structure Design Requirements

Appendix to Chapter 14: Other Nonbuilding Structures

Chapter 15: Structures with Damping Systems

Appendix A: Differences between the 2000 and the 2003 Editions of the NEHRP Recommended Provisions

Appendix B: Participants in the BSSC 2003 Provisions Update Program

Part 2: Commentary

Introduction

Chapter 1 Commentary: General Provisions

Chapter 2 Commentary: Quality Assurance

Chapter 3 Commentary: Ground Motion

Chapter 4 Commentary: Structural Design Criteria

Alternative Simplified Chapter 4 Commentary

Chapter 5 Commentary: Structural Analysis Procedures

Appendix to Chapter 5 Commentary: Nonlinear Static Procedure

Chapter 6 Commentary: Architechtural Mechanical and Electrical Component Design Requirements

Appendix to Chapter 6 Commentary: Alternative Provisions for the Design of Piping Systems

Chapter 7 Commentary: Foundation Design Requirements

Appendix to Chapter 7 Commentary: Geotechnical Ultimate Strength Design of Foundations and Foundation Load-Deformation Modeling

Chapter 8 Commentary: Steel Structure Design Requirements

Chapter 9 Commentary: Concrete Structure Design Requirements

Appendix to Chapter 9 Commentary: Untopped Precast Diphragms

Chapter 10 Commentary: Composite Steel and Concrete Structure Design Requirements

Chapter 11 Commentary: Masonry Structure Design Requirements

Chapter 12 Commentary: Wood Structure Design Requirements

Chapter 13 Commentary: Seismically Isolated Structure Design Requirements

Chapter 14 Commentary: Nonbuilding Structure Design Requirements

Appendix to Chapter 14 Commentary: Other Nonbuilding Structures

Chapter 15 Commentary: Structures with Damping Systems

Commentary Appendix A: Development of Maximum Considered Earthquake Ground Motion Maps Figures 3.3-1 through 3.3-14

Commentary Appendix B: Development of the USGS Seismic Maps

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NEHRP Recommended Provisions: Design Examples, FEMA 451

Front Material

Chapter 1: Fundamentals

Chapter 2: Guide to Use of the Provisions

Chapter 3a: Structural Analysis

Chapter 3b: Structural Analysis continued

Chapter 4: Foundation Analysis and Design

Chapter 5: Structural Steel Design

Chapter 6: Reinforced Concrete

Chapter 7: Precast Concrete Design

Chapter 8: Composite Steel and Concrete

Chapter 9: Masonry

Chapter 10: Wood Design

Chapter 11: Seismically Isolated Structures

Chapter 12: Nonbuilding Structural Design

Chapter 13: Design for Nonstructural Components

Appendix A: The Building Seismic Safety Council

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NEHRP Recommended Provisions: Instructional and Training Materials, FEMA 451B

Topic 1: Course Introduction

Topic 2: Earthquake Mechanics and Effects

Topic 3: Structural Dynamics of SDOF Systems

Topic 4: Structural Dynamics of MDOF Systems

Topic 5a: Seismic Hazard Analysis

Topic 5b: Ground Motion Maps

Topic 6: Inelastic Behavior of Materials and Structures

Topic 7: Concepts of Earthquake Engineering

Topic 8a: Introduction of NEHRP

Topic 8b: Overview of Standards

Topic 9: Seismic Load Analysis

Topic 10: Seismic Design of Steel Structures

Topics 11: Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures

Topic 12: Seismic Design of Masonry Structures

Topic 13: Seismic Design of Wood Structures

Topic 14: Foundation Design

Topic 15-1: Introduction to Performance Based Engineering

Topic 15-2: Performance Based Engineering

Topic 15-3: Seismic Hazard Analysis

Topic 15-4: Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Topic 15-5a: Advanced Analysis - Part 1

Topic 15-5b: Advanced Analysis - Part 2

Topic 15-5c: Advanced Analysis - Part 3

Topic 15-6: Passive Energy Systems

Topic 15-7: Seismic Isolation

Topic 15-8: Nonbuilding Systems

Topic 16: Nonstructural

References

Nonlinear Dynamic Time History Analysis of Single Degree of Freedom Systems

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Homebuilders' Guide to Earthquake-Resistant Design and Construction, FEMA 232

Front Material

Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Earthquake Resistant Requirements

Chapter 3: Foundations and Foundation Walls

Chapter 4: Floor Construction

Chapter 5: Walls

Chapter 6: Roof-Ceiling Systems

Chapter 7: Chimneys, Fireplaces, Balconies, and Decks

Chapter 8: Anchorage of Home Contents

Chapter 9: Existing Houses

Appendix A: Analysis of Model House Used in This Guide

Appendix B: Earthquake Provisions Checklist for Builders and Designers

Appendix C: Earthquake Provisions Checklist for Designers and Plan Checkers

Appendix D: Significant Changes for the 2006 International Residential Code

Appendix E: References and Additional Resources

Appendix F: Homebuilders Guide Project Participants

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Other Publications

Research Required to Support Full Implementation of Performance-Based Seismic Design, NIST GCR 09-917-2

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