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By Masanori Hamada, Michiya Kuno

This ebook is a finished compilation of earthquake- and tsunami-related applied sciences and data for the layout and development of nuclear amenities. As such, it covers a variety of fields together with civil engineering, structure, geotechnical engineering, mechanical engineering, and nuclear engineering, for the improvement of latest applied sciences delivering larger resistance opposed to earthquakes and tsunamis. it is important either for college kids of nuclear strength classes and for younger engineers in nuclear energy iteration industries to appreciate the fundamentals and ideas of earthquake- and tsunami-resistant layout of nuclear amenities. partially I, "Seismic layout of Nuclear energy Plants", the layout of nuclear strength crops to resist earthquakes and tsunamis is defined, targeting structures, equipment's, and civil engineering constructions. partially II, "Basics of Earthquake Engineering", primary wisdom of earthquakes and tsunamis in addition to the dynamic reaction of constructions and beginning floor are explained.

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Prepare earthquake ground motion based on the maximum acceleration and the response spectrum. Plant site Time Impacts of seismic sources in broader areas are considered. Divide a fault into small subsections, and assume that each subsection generates seismic waves. Combine these subsections at the assessment point,and calculate the seismic waves. This approach makes it possible to consider the impacts caused by fault rupture progress. Fig. 1 Method by Response Spectra In this method, the response spectra of the standard seismic motion Ss on the virtual free surface of the bedrock are assessed according to a distance attenuation formula.

14. 1 for the response spectrum). 2 Considerations of Uncertainties Source models of selected earthquakes are developed by identifying the location, extent, and inclination of the faults, and by assuming the fault rupture patterns. To develop source models, variations of the parameters must be taken into consideration, because not all of the uncertainties will be identified. Examples of considerations for uncertainties in an earthquake source model development are shown in Fig. 7. The survey committee of the Nankai Sea Trough mega-thrust earthquake affiliated with the Cabinet Office developed several 2 Assessment of Standard Seismic Motion 41 Strong ground motion generation areas Case in which the strong ground motion generation areas are shifted to the west from the basic case The strong ground motion generation areas are shifted to the west from the basic case by two meshes (mesh size: approximately 10km square) (a) Basic case (b) Case in which the locations of the strong ground motion generation areas are different (west case) Fig.

Generally, there are two types of distance attenuation formulas. The first one provides a maximum value such as acceleration and velocity, and the second method provides the response spectra. The second method is used to assess basic earthquake ground motion Ss. , maximum accelerations and velocities, and the distance from the seismic source to the site. The formulae are developed by statistical analysis of the observed seismic motions during past earthquakes. 9 compares the maximum accelerations observed during the 1995 Kobe earthquake and a proposed attenuation formula.

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