Kabeyasawa, Toshimi; Moehle, Jack P.
PEER-2003/11, Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center, University of California, Berkeley, 2003, 418 pages (400/P33/2003-11)
The workshop was organized to meet the needs and opportunities for research and practice in performance-based engineering. The objectives of the workshop were threefold: (1) to discuss different perspectives on performance-based engineering as it is applied to new and existing concrete buildings in Japan and the United States; (2) to exchange the latest findings related to the same subject; and (3) to enhance communications and promote opportunities for new and continuing collaboration. Sponsors of the workshop were the Japan Ministry of Education, Science, Sports, and Culture; the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center; and the U.S. National Science Foundation. The workshop covered the following topics: design and construction practice; evaluation of structural performance; evaluation of seismic demands; performance of column members; prediction of seismic performance to collapse; seismic retrofit and strengthening; state of design practice and damage assessment; and performance of connections and joints. Keynote lectures, methods of testing and future collaboration, and summary reports and resolutions were covered in plenary sessions. Twenty-nine papers are published in the proceedings.
Available online: http://peer.berkeley.edu/publications/peer_reports/reports_2003/0311.pdf