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2a. Nonlinear relationship between shear modulus G and shear strain γ for various soils, from Hardin-Drnevich resonant column measurements Fig. 2b.
2002a). The importance of at least 2D modelling for the present structure - compared to 1D modelling - is demonstrated with Fig. 6. It shows the NS component of the ground velocity obtained from 1D modelling for the normal faulting scenario. 4 (bottom) by repeating the modelling for each receiver location with the corresponding 1D profile. Evidently, the signal duration is much shorter, if the waves reflected back from dipping interfaces are missing. Since we have only limited information on the geological structure we need to compare our modelling results with measured data to gain confidence in our results.
While ground motion amplification could be well explained, the distribution of large ground motion amplitudes showed considerable differences in comparison to the intensity map (Fig. 2). This pattern is crucially dependent on the rupture history of the earthquake, and is examined in the present study. Since hypocentral location and rupture parameters are not known in detail for the 1927 Jericho earthquake, we compute wave-propagation for four rupture scenarios and compare the resulting distribution of peak ground motions to the distribution of intensities revealed by Sieberg.
A TREATISE ON THE MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF ELASTICITY VOLUME-1 by A. E. H. LOVE