Abstract

A physically plausible second order random function has been selected to represent ground acceleration. Several member functions have been presented in graphical form. Some of the statistical properties of the response of a simple structure to this acceleration have been determined and possible uses of these properties by designers of aseismic structures have been commented upon. Lines for additional investigation of the uses of random function theory in the study of seismic disturbances also have been indicated.

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