Quake, Rattle, and Roll: Sumulating "The Big One" with dynamic earthquake tests, featuring Dr. Rakesh Gupta Public Deposited

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Earthquake tests have trouble imitating the randomness and varied nature of actual earthquakes. Scientists seek to remedy this and make buildings safer by creating dynamic tests that imitate the random nature of earthquakes.

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  • Davis, Caryn. 2005. Quake, Rattle, and Roll: Sumulating "The Big One" with dynamic earthquake tests, featuring Dr. Rakesh Gupta. Notable Notes in Forest Research, ed. Caryn M Davis, College of Forestry, Oregon State University, Corvallis. 1 p
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