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Ground Motion PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
FUNDAMENTALS of ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY - presentation
GROUND MOTIONS FROM SIMULATIONS. 1. Observed data adequate for regression except. close to large ‘quakes . Observed data not adequate for regression, . use simulated data . 2. Ground-Motions for Regions Lacking Data from Earthquakes in Magnitude-Distance Region of Engineering Interest.
FUNDAMENTALS of ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY - presentation
GROUND MOTIONS FROM SIMULATIONS. 1. Observed data adequate for regression except. close to large ‘quakes . Observed data not adequate for regression, . use simulated data . 2. Ground-Motions for Regions Lacking Data from Earthquakes in Magnitude-Distance Region of Engineering Interest.
FUNDAMENTALS of ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY - presentation
MEASURING GROUND MOTION. The first known instrument for earthquakes measurement is the Chang seismoscope built in China in 132 B.C. . Balls were held in the dragons’ mouths by lever devices connected to an internal pendulum. The direction of the epicenter was reputed to be indicated by the first ball released..
Let’s draw You’ll need one white board and 2 dry erase markers per desk - presentation
The closer an object is to you, the larger it appears. How long are the lines on the road?. . When asked to guess the length of the . lines. from memory, most answered 2 feet. . The real answer is 10 feet..
Rose School Lecture – 20 - presentation
13. S. Akkar and D. M. Boore. Fundamentals. of S. eismology. . &. S. eismic. H. azard. A. ssessment. MEASURES OF STRONG. . MOTION. and. PROCESSING OF DATA. Ground-motion . intensity . measures (GMIMs) for .
Plots and Logs - presentation
Plots and Stuff. 1. A plot is. a two-dimensional display. (. it fits on a sheet of paper. ). of. points. or. curves. or. regions. .. Plots and Stuff. 2. Plots and Stuff. 3. (5,8). x. y. (8,22). points.
Projectile Motion Lesson - presentation
Mr. Barker. Angry Birds need your help.. Solution. The vertex is at (6.5, 11). Solution. Solve for A and plug it in.. Projectile Motion. Who is in the air longer?. At only 5’7”, he won the 1986 NBA Slam Dunk Championship..
Linear Motion – Learning Outcomes - presentation
Use the units of mass, length, and time.. Define displacement, velocity, and acceleration.. Use the units of displacement, velocity, and acceleration.. Measure velocity and acceleration.. Use distance-time and velocity-time graphs..
Motion Detail Preserving Optical Flow Estimation - presentation
Li Xu. 1. , . Jiaya. Jia. 1. , Yasuyuki Matsushita. 2. 1. The Chinese University of Hong Kong . 2. Microsoft Research Asia. Conventional Optical Flow. Middlebury Benchmark [Baker et al. 07]. Dominant Scheme: Coarse-to-Fine Warping.
Section 3.5 Relative Motion - presentation
© 2015 Pearson Education, Inc.. Relative Motion. Amy, Bill, and Carlos are watching a runner. . The runner moves at a different velocity relative to each of them. . © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc.. Relative Velocity.
PROJECTILE MOTION Projectile Examples - presentation
Tennis ball. Golf ball. Football. Softball. Soccer ball. Bullet. Hockey puck. Basketball. Volleyball. Arrow. Shot put. Javelin. These are all examples of things that are . projected. , then go off under the .
Projectile Motion Introduction - presentation
Physics. Coach Taylor. Broad Run High School 2010-2011. Objectives. Recognize that the vertical and horizontal motions of a projectile are independent.. Relate the height, time in the air, and initial vertical velocity of a projectile using its vertical motion, then determine the range..
Vertical Motion under Gravity - presentation
Theories of motion. Aristotle was a Greek philosopher who lived in the 4. th. century BC.. Aristotle explained the behaviour of a falling body by saying that its speed depended on how much earth element it contained. .
Review: motion with constant acceleration - presentation
a = 0 case. no acceleration velocity is constant v = v. i. position vs. time . x. f. = x . i. + v t,. x. i. is the starting . position, . x. f. is the ending position. acceleration = a = constant.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America Vol - pdf
97 No 2 pp 357378 April 2007 doi 1017850120060153 Recovering Seismic Displacements through Combined Use of 1Hz GPS and StrongMotion Accelerometers by Gordon L Emore Jennifer S Haase Kyuhong Choi Kristine M Larson and Atsushi Yamagiwa Abstract Retrie
7-2 Projectile Motion Independence of Motion in 2-D Projectile is an object that has been given an - presentation
7-2 Projectile Motion Independence of Motion in 2-D Projectile is an object that has been given an intial thrust (ignore air resistance) Football, Bullet, Baseball Moves through the air under the force of gravity
P17 SDC* Working Group - presentation
Meeting 2. *Seismic Design Category. Julie C. Furr, PE, SECB. Senior Engineer. CSA Engineering, Inc.. Chair. P17 SDC Working Group. W.G.. Outline. Welcome. Related Groups – Topic Summary. P17 SDC Fundamental Task – Review.
Projectiles Physics 2010 - presentation
Free-fall with an initial horizontal velocity. (assuming we ignore any effects of air resistance). The curved path that an object follows when thrown or launched near the surface of Earth is called a .
Happy September 1 - presentation
st. !. Today: . Free Fall Motion. Tomorrow: . Free Fall Motion – More practice. Homework: . WebAssign. , POTW, Bowling Ball Lab, . PHeT. . Lab Extension (All due Friday). Quiz on Friday. Freefall Motion.
Equations of - presentation
Motion. Equations of . Motion. Uniform Motion. d = vt . Uniform Acceleration. Acceleration due to Gravity. Close to surface of a large body the acceleration due to gravity is constant. g. Earth. = .
Locomotion - presentation
Study Guide Review. 1. Drag force would affect which of the following?. A. A runner’s shoes on the sidewalk.. B. A fish’s fins in the water.. C. A bird’s wings in the air. . D. B and C. .
One Dimensional Motion Acceleration in the Y Direction Notes - presentation
Steps To Solve problems with a V. 0y. Draw a picture. Split the problem in 2 parts, (where the object stops and starts to fall back down. ). Label all that we know and what we want to know. Figure out which K equation to use (Use Parabolic graph to help simplify situation).
Are You Smarter Than - presentation
Mr. Bekius?. Doubtful. Mr. Bekius climbed to the top of the Empire State Building and dropped an quarter. He watched it fall to the ground. Why does the quarter fall to the ground?. A.) Mr. B has super powers.
Build your own seismograph - presentation
Alan Kafka, Boston College. Michael Hubenthal, IRIS. Did you feel it?. Your Task – Design something to detect seismic waves. Sinkers. empty paper towel rolls. springs. straws. paper. paper plates & cups.
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