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40 scientists operating in thirteen diversified international locations aspect during this paintings the newest advances in seismic layout and function evaluation of bolstered concrete structures. it's a worthy contribution within the mitigation of normal mess ups.
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Ideally, it should be done using time history analyses. RECOMMENDATIONS: To improve solutions of the existing issues in the use of energy concepts and their application in practice, the following needs are identified. Research Needs. Most of the advances in the use of energy concepts for seismicresistant design have been achieved through analytical studies conducted on SDOFS. Because real structures, and particularly building structures, are MDOFS, there is an urgent need to conduct integrated analytical and experimental studies on the validity of applying the results obtained from analysis of SDOFS to MDOFS.