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by Kirkaguel
01 Jan 2020, 06:28
Forum: 02-Analytical capabilities
Topic: Maximum Direction Ground Motion
Replies: 5
Views: 277

Re: Maximum Direction Ground Motion

Thanks Seismosoft support for the clarifications. Will try the ESM database for sure.

Hoping as well that automatic RotD100 scaling can be implemented soon.
by Kirkaguel
01 Jan 2020, 06:07
Forum: 02-Analytical capabilities
Topic: SeismoSelect vs PEER online scaling program
Replies: 6
Views: 432

Re: SeismoSelect vs PEER online scaling program

From my experience in using the PEER online app and SeismoSelect (both excellent tools), SeismoSelect offers the following features which do not appear to be available in the PEER app: 1. multiple databases in the same application 2. scaling to intensity measures other than PSA (PGD, PGV, AI, CAV, ...
by Kirkaguel
01 Jan 2020, 05:49
Forum: 02-Analytical capabilities
Topic: SeismoSelect vs PEER online scaling program
Replies: 6
Views: 432

Re: SeismoSelect vs PEER online scaling program

To be honest we have not checked how the PEER scaling works. In SeismoSelect the scaling is direct, i.e. the record (and its spectrum) is multiplied by a constant scaling factor. Regarding the direct link to the PEER database and the automatic download of the records (as it is done with the ESM dat...
by Kirkaguel
31 Dec 2019, 14:16
Forum: 02-Analytical capabilities
Topic: Maximum Direction Ground Motion
Replies: 5
Views: 277

Maximum Direction Ground Motion

One of the requirements of ASCE 7-16 ground motion for response history analysis is that it should use the maximum directon ordinates of which in the case of PEER online scaling program is RotD100 which I believe Seismoselect also has this option, my question is when linking to PEER ground motion da...
by Kirkaguel
31 Dec 2019, 14:04
Forum: 02-Analytical capabilities
Topic: Scaling Method
Replies: 5
Views: 271

Re: Scaling Method

Thank you for the clarification Seismosoft support.
by Kirkaguel
31 Dec 2019, 04:20
Forum: 02-Analytical capabilities
Topic: SeismoSelect vs PEER online scaling program
Replies: 6
Views: 432

SeismoSelect vs PEER online scaling program

It seems to me that Seismoselect program has the same features as the online FREE PEER scaling program? Is there any unique feature that Seismoselect kind of different from PEER scaling program? Can Seismoselect also directly link to PEER ground motion database for direct selection and scaling of gr...
by Kirkaguel
18 Dec 2019, 16:10
Forum: 02-Analytical capabilities
Topic: Scaling Method
Replies: 5
Views: 271

Scaling Method

What is the scaling method used in this new program Seismoselect is it direct amplitude scaling or you can also select spectral matching?
by Kirkaguel
05 Nov 2019, 03:35
Forum: 03-Analytical/modelling capabilities
Topic: Backbone Curve Graph
Replies: 13
Views: 18255

Re: Backbone Curve Graph

Thank you for the clarification, another question does the output generated capture the progression of response of concrete starting from cracking to crushing and similarly for steel not just buckling but also fracture?
by Kirkaguel
04 Nov 2019, 15:45
Forum: 01-Installation of new versions
Topic: Performance point and Ss, S1
Replies: 4
Views: 12938

Re: Performance point and Ss, S1

Hello rsadescon, 1. ASCE 41-17 employs the displacement coefficient method to calculate the target displacement for the different performance levels. Hence, the structure performance point are not identified through the intersection of the Capacity (pushover) curve ad the Spectral demand curve Seis...
by Kirkaguel
04 Nov 2019, 15:21
Forum: 03-Analytical/modelling capabilities
Topic: Backbone Curve Graph
Replies: 13
Views: 18255

Re: Backbone Curve Graph

Unfortunately, no. In fiber modelling this is automatically taken care by the constitutive material models for concrete and steel. There is no need for the user to calibrate it. Seismosoft Support Just a follow up question, does the constitutive material models capture degradation in the hysteresis...

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