GEOTECHNICAL EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING FREE EBOOK DOWNLOAD LINK

GEOTECHNICAL EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING FREE EBOOK DOWNLOAD
Free E-Book Download Link of the Book: Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
This is the first book on the market focusing specifically on the topic of geotechnical earthquake engineering. The book draws from the fields of seismology and structural engineering to present a broad, interdiciplinary view of the fundamental concepts in seismology, geotechnical engineering, and structural engineering.


This is the first book on the market focusing specifically on the topic of geotechnical earthquake engineering. The book draws from the fields of seismology and structural engineering to present a broad, interdiciplinary view of the fundamental concepts in seismology, geotechnical engineering, and structural engineering.

One of the few books on geotechnical earthquake engineering. Treatment is extensive though it does not dwell in the specialist details for most topics. The chapter on "Ground response analysis" is excellent. I recently learnt of this professional software, "ProSHKAE" using the theory of this chapter to formulate its algorithm. I relied upon this book for a large part of my undergraduate research.

Yes, this is an excellent overall introduction to the geotechnical aspects of earthquake engineering. We use it regularly in practice. The sections on seismic hazard analysis and seismic slope stability are particularly strong.


Topics in geotechnical earthquake engineering is one of the  most active fields and always in rapid changing. Only with several years off, the book by Professor Kramer is going to  be out-of-dated. Yet it is the BEST book available so far on this topic.

I found the information in this book is useful for learning and understanding, yet for the most excellent descriptions, we have to refer directly to the scattered publications of  Berkeley School (i.e. Prof. H.Seed, R. Seed and J. Bray et al).

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