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Seismic rehabilitation of existing buildings in Oregon

Oregon. Seismic Rehabilitation Task Force.

Seismic rehabilitation of existing buildings in Oregon

report to the sixty-ninth Oregon Legislative Assembly

by Oregon. Seismic Rehabilitation Task Force.

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Published by The Task Force in [Salem, Or.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Earthquake resistant design.,
  • Structural analysis (Engineering),
  • Buildings -- Earthquake effects.,
  • Earthquake hazard analysis -- Oregon.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSeismic Rehabilitation Task Force.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination41, [24] pages :
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16033370M

    Pang, J. Government Bookstore. This publication is not copyrighted and can be reproduced without penalty. Masri, and R.

    Kennedy, R. The particular approaches to achieving this should also be tailored to the unique historic character and conditions of each building, and the specific seismic deficiencies that need to be remedied or mitigated. Adding interior wall bracing or inserting vertical steel bars embedded in grout into the wall itself are also widely-used wall reinforcement methods. Seible, and G. These components must also be connected to the balance of the undamaged lateral load resisting system in conformance with current code provisions.

    When a roof covering is repaired or replaced, as defined in Charney, F. Unbraced cripple walls and poor foundation anchorage are common vulnerabilities in many one-and two-family detached dwellings of one or more stories. A written narrative shall be clearly noted on the drawings summarizing the building lateral system, seismic strengthening and known remaining deficiencies. Normal procedures for credit to the authors and the National Park Service are appreciated.


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Seismic rehabilitation of existing buildings in Oregon by Oregon. Seismic Rehabilitation Task Force. Download PDF Ebook

Once the chosen firm is onboard, the overall plan will be finalized and work on the project will begin. Stojadinovic, B. Every effort should be made to retain the historic materials while taking measures to secure the wall and the historic materials to prevent them from the possibility of injuring occupants or blocking an egress path.

Grant funds or low-cost loans from federal, state, and Congressional special appropriations are targeted for qualified properties, which can help offset the cost of rehabilitation see information Seismic rehabilitation of existing buildings in Oregon book FEMA.

SRGP applications are evaluated and ranked on numerous factors, including: the Benefit Cost Analysis BCA scoreproject readiness, seismic deficiencies, and Seismic rehabilitation of existing buildings in Oregon book of work. If the work can be done in a fairly open crawl space as oppose to a finished basement, it likely will be less costly.

Gupta, B. Goel, R. Moment-frame buildings are very elastic during seismic activity, and, although they are able to withstand strong lateral forces, they are subject to significant movement between stories, or interstory drifts, and are also prone to pounding on adjacent buildings.

Kowalsky, and G. The City of Portland requires a permit for retrofitting. Coffin, L. For buildings, this includes strengthening to reduce l structural collapse, 2 falling debris, 3 blocking exits or emergency routes, and 4 prevention of consequential fire.

Careful placement of new structural elements is critical to avoid negatively affecting windows and doorways, particularly on highly-visible elevations. The side with the least amount of historic finishes was chosen as the least disruptive location for the added reinforcement.

In another recent study, Ghannad and Jafarieh examined the simultaneous effects of soil-structure interaction, foundation uplift and the inelastic behavior of superstructure on the total displacement response.

Steel reinforcement for the new sheer walls, perpendicular to the windows, is being installed in this concrete-frame building. Grant funding will be augmented by other County resources to initiate this project in the coming year.

Damping: The internal energy absorption characteristic of a structural system that acts to attenuate induced free vibration. Bozorgnia and V. The NSPs are also incapable of capturing various inelastic failure mechanisms with no information about the dynamic characteristics of any response quantity e.

Policy Development Process Portland commissioned a benefit cost analysis to objectively quantify seismic retrofits in a holistic way. Congress established NEHRP indirecting that four federal agencies coordinate their complementary activities to implement and maintain the program.Below are links to FEMA earthquake publications and tools related to building codes for new structures and to the seismic rehabilitation of existing structures.

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Seismic Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings presents the latest generation of performance-based seismic rehabilitation methodology.

This new national consensus standard was developed from the FEMA Seismic rehabilitation of existing buildings in Oregon book, Prestandard and Commentary for the Seismic Rehabilitation of Buildings. This Standard represents state-of-the-art knowledge in earthquake.

Structures predatingwhen Oregon enacted its first statewide building code, would suffer the worst damage in a magnitude earthquake. Buildings constructed afterwhen western Oregon adopted its first seismic standards, are considered the most likely to withstand a severe earthquake. The map shows which buildings in the tri-county area were built in each era.Unfortunately, pdf book can't be printed from the OpenBook.

If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit galisend.com to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.May 25,  · This Preservation Brief provides information on how earthquakes affect historic buildings, how a historic preservation ethic can guide responsible retrofit decisions, and how various methods of seismic rehabilitation can protect human lives and historic structures.Structures predatingwhen Oregon enacted its first statewide building ebook, would suffer the worst ebook in a magnitude earthquake.

Buildings constructed afterwhen western Oregon adopted its first seismic standards, are considered the most likely to withstand a severe earthquake. The map shows which buildings in the tri-county area were built in each era.