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    Title: 頻率相依等值線性地盤反應分析模式(FDEL)驗證
    Other Titles: Verification of Frequency-Dependent Equivalent Linearized Technique for Ground Response Analysis
    Authors: 黃富國;王淑娟
    Contributors: 淡江大學營建系
    Keywords: 地盤反應分析;FDEL模式;反卷積分析;Ground response analysis;FDEL model;Deconvolution analysis
    Date: 2005-09
    Issue Date: 2011-10-20
    Publisher: 臺北市:中華民國大地工程學會
    Abstract: 本文介紹及驗證一特定場址之地盤反應分析模式-頻率相依等值線性模式(Frequency-Dependent Equivalent Linearized technique, FDEL),該法可有效解決SHAKE 模式在軟弱、深厚土層中進行反卷積分析(deconvolution analysis)時,因高頻放大現象所引致分析結果不合理甚或發散的現象,提供了直接根據場址地質資料及鄰近地震紀錄,利用地盤反應分析及統計方法評估軟弱場址地盤運動一個可行的技術。
    This paper introduces and verifies a frequency-dependent equivalent linearized technique, FDEL, of site-specific dynamic ground response analysis. FDEL model can resolves the unrealistic amplification effects or divergent phenomena over the high frequency range efficiently when using SHAKE model for deconvolution analysis on soft and deep sites. It provides a feasible technique to perform ground response analyses and statistical analyses directly for evaluating ground motions on soft sites with geological data and neighboring earthquake records.
    Relation: 2005第十一屆大地工程學術研討會暨國科會成果發表會論文集,8頁
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