Application of artificial accelerograms to estimating damage to dams using failure criteria

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Department of Civil Engineering, Higher Polytechnic School of Avila, University of Salamanca (USAL), 50 Hornos Caleros Avenue,05003, Avila, Spain

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The aim of this paper is to analyse dam’s damage by using two recent methodologies. The first method has been used to define the performance and response curves of concrete gravity dams. The second method defines the seismic input which has been obtained from power spectral density function consistent with the response spectrum. Both methods set themselves as efficient, practical and useful to develop quite complicated analysis as the construction of the stochastic process to define the synthetic earthquake and the estimation of cracks in the dam’s body. These methodologies have been explained and revised to improve their use. The fluid behaviour contained by arch-dams is compared with the fluid behaviour in storage tanks by studying the sloshing phenomenon which is usually neglected for dams. For the mathematical modelling, interactive programming language has been used.

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