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41644 066g ts s d1 s ds 054s fig 1 design response

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Page 2 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY Department of Civil Engineering CE 120 - Instructor: J. P. Moehle - Spring 201 6 Fig-2: Ground Motion values and Design Response Spectrum from USGS
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Page 3 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY Department of Civil Engineering CE 120 - Instructor: J. P. Moehle - Spring 201 6 Problem 2: Determine the Importance Factor and Occupancy Category. Problem 3:Determine Seismic Design Category. Problem 4:Determine R. Problem 5:Determine the seismic weight to be included per floor and roof level, and the total for the building. For floor and roof levels, include the tributary load of columns, exterior cladding, bracing elements, etc. that span from floor to floor. Tabulate results alongside floor numbers, with the first floor above grade identified as floor 1, and the total weight summed at the bottom of the table.
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