Robust function to generate multi-component constant-ductility nonlinear-inelastic response spectra for multi-axial simultaneous excitation including horizontal, vertical and rotational motions (i.e. rotational acceleration and tilt).
It also computes components of seismic input energy imparted to the SDOF oscillator.
Its features are:
- Multi-axial excitation (simultaneous horizontal, vertical and rotational input ground motions)
- Material nonlinearity is presented by Ozdemir's rate-independent force-displacement model
- P-delta (at global level) is included
- Spectral analysis for constant yield displacement
- Input energy computations and output results for components of absolute and relative energy
zip file contains reference papers and example input ground motions from Pacoima Dam and output results.
Dr. Erol Kalkan, P.E. (2019). Nonlinear multi-axial constant ductility spectra (H,V,tilt) (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/62796-nonlinear-multi-axial-constant-ductility-spectra-h-v-tilt), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
You are most welcome !!!
Thanks Dr. Erol Kalkan for sharing these valuable programs. These programs and their related research are at the leading edge of earthquake engineering. They could be used in lots of research fields including the analysis of three dimensional earthquake response.
Title is modified
Updated ReadME.txt file
Updated state-space formulation to include derivative of vertical acceleration in dy(5) as reminded by Wang Zhen.