Implementation of Plan Irregularity Rapid Visual Screening Tool for Wood-Frame, Single-Family Dwellings Public Deposited

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  • A plan irregularity rapid visual screening method for seismic performance assessment of wood-frame, single-family dwellings is presented. Results from 124 samples were compared with (i) building-specific, non-linear time-history analysis, and (ii) FEMA 154 and ASCE 31 Tier 1. Verification using two houses damaged in the 1994 Northridge Earthquake is presented. The method includes effects of shape, torsional forces from eccentricity, and is based on conservative values of shear wall capacities and a non-linear time-history analysis. The method is relatively more conservative than ASCE 31 Tier 1 and FEMA 154, and provides conservative but reasonable predictions of actual earthquake damage.
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  • Lucksiri, K., Miller, T., Gupta, R., Pei, S., & van de Lindt, J. (2013). Implementation of plan irregularity rapid visual screening tool for wood-frame, single-family dwellings. Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 17(4), 497-516. doi:10.1080/13632469.2012.760501
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