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Found 5 results

  1. Seismic Analysis

    Hi, can someone advice me about time history analysis, when we should use response spectrum and when to use a time history analysis whether it depend on the building height? the building seismic design category or? I'm very appreciete if someone willing to advice Thanks
  2. Seismic Analysis

    Hi, can someone advice me about time history analysis, when we should use response spectrum and when to use a time history analysis whether it depend on the building height? the building seismic design category or? I'm very appreciete if someone willing to advice Thanks
  3. Time History Function ETABS

    from where to specify in etabs 2015 whether our time history function is using velocity displacement or acceleration data file
  4. Non Linear Time History Analysis

    What is the difference between Linear and Non Linear Analysis..............What are the advantages of Non Linear Analysis.........Why do we need Non Linear Analysis........Can anybody explain????
  5. Time History Analysis!!!

    Is it fine to have time history analysis project at under grad level?one of my friends suggested to choose some high rise buildings in islamabad nd perform time history analysis and comparison ?is it fine?
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