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The Complete Set of Video Downloads of presentations from the 2006 seminar on New Information on the Seismic Performance of Existing Concrete Buildings: Seven for the price of six

The Complete Set of Video Downloads includes ALL 7 video downloads of presentations from New Information on the Seismic Performance of Existing Concrete Buildings, a 2006 video seminar for practicing design professionals developed by PEER, funded by FEMA.

(Video Download is embedded in an Adobe Acrobat file. Full presentation slides in PDF format are included. Requires Adobe Acrobat 6.0 or above and Windows Media Player to view video)

SET INCLUDES:

Historical Overview (Jack Moehle)
An overview of the use of reinforced concrete over the years, observed performance of those systems, and watershed events in the development of reinforced concrete systems. The objectives and limits of current codes are discussed.

Video 001: Current Assessment Approaches (Jack Moehle of UC Berkeley)

  • Provides a brief overview of the approaches and objectives of FEMA 356 and FEMA 440. Discusses limitations of the guidelines and how uncertainty is treated.

Video 002: Performance Assessment through Nonlinear Time History Analysis (Gregory Deierlein, Stanford)

  • Provides an overview of nonlinear response history analysis.

Video 003: Component Behavior and Modeling -- Columns (Ken Elwood, UBC)

  • Discusses models for lateral load behavior and axial collapse. Issues include flexure and shear, axial load collapse, and splices

Video 004: Beam-Column Connections (Moehle)

  • Provides information on the behavior and modeling of deficient connections. Compares existing and new construction techniques, considers rehabilitation options, and discusses modeling approaches

Video 005: Slab-Column Connections (John Wallace, UCLA)

  • Provides an assessment of conventionally reinforced and post-tensioned slab-column connections. Summarizes behavior and modeling approaches. Discusses current ACI provisions.

Video 006: Component Behavior and Modeling -- Walls (Wallace)

  • How good are our current tools? Discusses detailing, modeling, and experimental behavior of slender and shear walls as well as new modeling approaches to wall piers and spandrels and test results for lateral load behavior and axial collapse.

Video 007: An Illustrative Case Study: Advancements in Building Codes Are Quantified (Deierlein)

  • What happens when we put it all together—are we making progress? Quantifies advancements in building codes.
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