INSTRUMENTATION FOR GROUND VIBRATION AND EARTHQUAKES. PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE SOCIETY FOR EARTHQUAKES AND CIVIL ENGINEERING DYNAMICS, KEELE, 4-5 JULY, 1977

The following papers were presented: Recording earthquakes (Willmore, PL); Ground vibration intrumentation - A general review (Skipp, BBO); Assessment of seismic hazard in the UK (Burton, PW); Vibration problems in civil engineering (O'Neill, DB); Ground-borne vibration instrumentation and method for data acquisition (Kuehn, JH); Detection and location of earthquakes and unplanned explosions (Browitt, CWA); Ground-borne vibration - Instrumentation and methods for data processing (Miles, AP); Specification of instrumentation for estimating and monitoring ground motion from earthquakes (Long, RE); Use of vibration monitoring on offshore structures (Wotton, LR); Some experiences in ground vibration monitoring (Buckley, JS and Smith, J); Analysis and Smith, J); Analysis and correction of ground and structure motion recordings (Medearis, KG and Wilson, J); Contributions of early instrumental seismic recordings to engineering analysis (Papastamatiou, D); Investigation of earth tremors at Stoke-on-Trent (Westbrook, GK); Investigation of vibrations caused by released forces in the iron mine of Grangesberg, Sweden (Stenling, L); Effects of vibrations on buildings and on occupants of buildings (Splittgerber, H); Proposed international standards concerning vibrations in buildings (Ashley, C). (TRRL)

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  • Accession Number: 00329676
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  • Source Agency: Transport Research Laboratory
  • ISBN: 0 7277 0052 9
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  • Created Date: May 21 1981 12:00AM