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Introduction to Computational Earthquake Engineering, 3rd Edition.


Introduction to Computational Earthquake Engineering, 3rd Edition

Muneo Hori

World Scientific


431 pages



Exploring some new aspects of earthquake engineering that are based on computational mechanics, Hori covers preliminaries, strong ground motion, faulting, and advanced topics. Among his topics are solid continuum mechanics, the finite element method, the wave equation for solids, the simulation of strong ground motion, elasto-plasticity and fracture mechanics, the analysis of faulting, the simulation of faulting with the boundary element method, multi-agent simulation for evacuation process analysis, high performance computing application, and meta-modeling theory for the construction of numerical analysis models. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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