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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2014
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2014) 104 (4): 1876–1898.
...Ricardo Taborda; Jacobo Bielak Abstract We present a set of ground‐motion simulations of the 2008 M w 5.4 Chino Hills earthquake using different seismic‐velocity models available for southern California. The simulations are tailored for a maximum frequency of 4 Hz and a minimum shear‐wave velocity...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2013
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2013) 103 (1): 131–156.
... for exploring up to what frequencies deterministic simulations continue to be valid. We present the results of a physics‐based 3D ground‐motion simulation for the 2008 M w  5.4 Chino Hills earthquake in the greater Los Angeles, California, area. We simulate the response of the ground for a maximum...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2010
Seismological Research Letters (2010) 81 (5): 715–723.
... description of the estimation of the metrics and comments on their relevance for the GOF estimate is provided in the electronic supplement. We test the method for BBSs generated for the 2008 M w 5.4 Chino Hills, California, earthquake. Two additional GOF measures ( Anderson 2004 ; Kristekova et al...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2008
Seismological Research Letters (2008) 79 (6): 855–866.
...) and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) had recorded ∼ 150 aftershocks of M ≥ 1.0. The mainshock was not preceded by foreshock activity. During the 2008 Chino Hills sequence, the SCSN automatically processed real-time waveform data from 370 stations across southern California. The first location and ML...
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Journal Article
Published: 03 November 2015
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2015) 105 (6): 3129–3142.
... a bandwidth of two decades. We compare the effects of different power-law exponents using a finite-fault source model of the 2008 M w 5.4 Chino Hills, California, earthquake and find that Q ( f ) models generally better fit the strong-motion data than the constant Q models for frequencies above 1 Hz. Online...
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Journal Article
Published: 26 June 2018
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2018) 108 (4): 2248–2264.
... the choice of these metrics. In particular, we use a validation dataset of a series of physics‐based ground‐motion simulations done for the 2008 M w 5.4 Chino Hills, California, earthquake. We study the relationships that exist between 11 metrics and carry out a process where these metrics are understood...
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Comparison of recorded and computed floor displacements in two horizontal d...
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 6. Comparison of recorded and computed floor displacements in two horizontal directions of the 52-story building at different floor levels; recorded data is from the M5.4 2008 Chino-Hills, California earthquake. The excellent agreement between the computed (OpenSees) and recorded
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Observed displacement at the ground level of the 54‐story building in the n...
Published: 23 December 2014
Figure 6. Observed displacement at the ground level of the 54‐story building in the north–south direction for the (a) 2008 Chino Hills, California, earthquake (epicentral distance 47 km), (b) 1992 Big Bear, California, earthquake (epicentral distance 133 km), and (c) 2010 El Mayor–Cucapah
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Simulation results using the Factor building finite‐element model: (a) impu...
Published: 23 December 2014
Figure 8. Simulation results using the Factor building finite‐element model: (a) impulse response functions, and (b) simulated displacement responses in the north–south direction for the 2008 Chino Hills, California, earthquake. The vertical locations of the records are shown by the floor levels
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Simulated (based only on resonant mode solution) and observed displacement ...
Published: 23 December 2014
Figure 2. Simulated (based only on resonant mode solution) and observed displacement responses of the 54‐story building in the north–south (NS) direction during the 2008 M  5.4 Chino Hills, California, earthquake. The vertical locations of the records are shown by the floor levels
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Displacement responses of the 54‐story building in the north–south directio...
Published: 23 December 2014
Figure 4. Displacement responses of the 54‐story building in the north–south direction for the (a,d,g,j) 2008 Chino Hills, California, earthquake; (b,e,h,k) 1992 Big Bear, California, earthquake; and (c,f,i,l) 2010 El Mayor–Cucapah earthquake. (a–c) Prediction using the record from the penthouse
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Displacement spectra of the 54‐story building in the north–south direction ...
Published: 23 December 2014
Figure 5. Displacement spectra of the 54‐story building in the north–south direction for the (a,d,g,j) 2008 Chino Hills, California, earthquake; (b,e,h,k) 1992 Big Bear, California, earthquake; and (c,f,i,l) 2010 El Mayor–Cucapah earthquake. (a–c) Prediction using the record from the penthouse
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Simulated (based on the combined, weighted, traveling wave plus resonant mo...
Published: 23 December 2014
Figure 3. Simulated (based on the combined, weighted, traveling wave plus resonant mode method described in text) and observed displacement responses of the 54‐story building in the north–south (NS) direction during the 2008 M  5.4 Chino Hills, California, earthquake. The vertical locations
Journal Article
Published: 26 July 2023
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2023) 113 (6): 2557–2573.
...Danilo S. Kusanovic; Ricardo Taborda; Domniki Asimaki ABSTRACT We demonstrate the effects of soil–structure interaction (SSI) for three idealized building typologies on a regional scale, using a simulated earthquake scenario of the 2008 M w 5.4 Chino Hills mainshock in southern California...
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Evaluation of SSI effects in southern <span class="search-highlight">California</span> through regional ground‐mo...
Published: 26 July 2023
Figure 10. Evaluation of SSI effects in southern California through regional ground‐motion simulations and reduced order SSI models. (a) The 2008 M w  5.4 Chino Hills earthquake simulated in ( Taborda and Bielak, 2013 ), (b) 3D building representation, and (c) ROM applied to estimate SSI
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 January 1959
AAPG Bulletin (1959) 43 (1): 254–255.
... Cretaceous through Quaternary age. These units are of types found on the west in the Los Angeles Basin. The dominant structural features are the Elsinore and Chino zones of high-angle reverse dip-separation faults and a synclinal trough which extends from the Puente-Chino Hills southeastward beyond Corona...
Journal Article
Published: 23 December 2014
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2015) 105 (1): 107–119.
...Figure 6. Observed displacement at the ground level of the 54‐story building in the north–south direction for the (a) 2008 Chino Hills, California, earthquake (epicentral distance 47 km), (b) 1992 Big Bear, California, earthquake (epicentral distance 133 km), and (c) 2010 El Mayor–Cucapah...
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▴ (A) VS real-time performance in southern <span class="search-highlight">California</span> during 13 July 2008–9...
Published: 01 September 2009
Hills earthquake. The VS codes were offline at the time of the event due to a scheduled code upgrade. Results shown were generated using a waveform dataset for the Chino Hills event downloaded from the Southern California Earthquake Data Center (SCECDC). (D and E) Evolution of VS epicentral location
Journal Article
Published: 07 February 2023
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2023) 113 (3): 1324–1343.
.... , 2008 ; Jones et al. , 2008 ). Synthetic seismograms in miniSEED format can be accessed as a Southern California Earthquake Data Center Special Dataset ( https://scedc.caltech.edu/data/ShakeOut/index.html ). The ShakeMaps can be downloaded from the following links: 2008 M  5.4 Chino Hills, https...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 July 1999
Geology (1999) 27 (7): 593–596.
... of the San Gabriel–Chino Hills–Cristianitos fault, which acted as the primary transform boundary in southern California during this episode. Such an interpretation implies that significant transform motion did not occur on the southern San Andreas fault prior to 6 Ma and that the Gulf of California has...