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Figure 2: Workshop Agenda and Speakers

NCEER/SEAOC/BSSC WORKSHOP ON SITE RESPONSE
DURING EARTHQUAKES AND SEISMIC CODE PROVISIONS

NOVEMBER 18, 19, AND 20, 1992
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES

AGENDA

*Wednesday. November 18. 1992*****

Registration, Coffee

Welcome and Introductory Remarks
- G.R. Martin, University of Southern California/SCEC
- I.G. Buckle, National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research
- C. Astill, National Science Foundation
- E.V. Leyendecker, U.S. Geological Survey

Session #l Objectives. Issues and Background
M.S. Power, Moderator

R.V. Whitman Objectives, Issues, and Background for Developing Site Response Provisions for Seismic Codes Geotechmcal Perspective

N. Youssef - Objectives, Issues, and Background for Developing Site Response Provisions for Seismic Codes Structural Perspective

Coffee Break

N. Donovan, How do others do it? Review of Worldwide Code Approaches

Session #2 The State of Knowledge of Earthouake Site Response
R.V. Whitman, Moderator

K. Aki, Local Site Effects on Weak and Strong Ground Motions

R.D. Borcherdt, Characteristics of Site Response as Implied by Loma Prieta Strong Motion Data and Viscoelastic Wave Propagation

Lunch

W.B. Joyner, Empirical Spectral Response Ratios for Loma Prieta Strong Motion Data

R.B. Seed, Seismic Response of Soft and Deep Clay Sites

R. Dobry, Effect of Impedance Ratio and Other Factors on Site Response

Coffee Break

I.M. Idriss, Factors Affecting Site Response Analyses and Evaluations

D G. Anderson, EPRI/DOE Site Response Research Program

T.L. Youd, Evaluating Potential for Earthquakeinduced Ground Failure

Reception with No-host Bar

*Thursday, November 19. 1992*****

Discussion of Proposals for Codes and Practice

Plenary Session
G.R. Martin, Moderator

Breakout Sessions
1. Site Response Code Provisions
- E.E. Rinne and R. Dobry, Moderators

2. Site Response Analytical Approaches
- I.M. Idriss, Moderator

3. Ground Failure Code Provisions, Analytical Approaches, and Mitigation
- R.B. Seed, Moderator

Lunch

Breakout Sessions (continued)

Coffee Break

Plenary Session Informal Summaries by Breakout Session
Moderators and Discussion
- C.B. Crouse, Moderator

Buffet Dinner, University Upstairs Cafe

***Friday. November 20. 1992*****
Summary. Conclusions and Recommendations

R.L. Sharpe, Moderator

Group Reports and Discussions
- E.E. Rinne and R. Dobry: Site Response Code Provisions

- I.M. Idriss: Site Response Analytical Approaches

- R.B. Seed: Ground Failure Code Provisions. Analytical
Approaches, and Mitigation

Closure
R.L. Sharpe and G.R. Martin

 

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