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## (1997 Uniform Building Code, Section 1630.2.1)

Occupancy Category = (Table 16-K) Hazardous Facilities

(Version 3.1)

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Seismic Importance Factor, I = 1.25 Seismic Importance Factor, Ip = 1.50 Wind Importance Factor, Iw = 1.15 Seismic Zone Factor, Z = 0.2 (16-Q) Seismic Coefficient, Ca (16-R) Seismic Coefficient, Cv Calculated Ca Calculated Cv = = = = 0.20 0.20 0.66 1.92

## Seismic Zone = (Table 16-I) Soil Profile Type = (Table 16-J)

2B SB

When the soil properties are not known in sufficient detail to determine the soil profile type, Type SD shall be used
Basic Resisting System = Lateral Resisting Elements =

## Dual System Concrete Shear Walls

Numerical Coefficient, Ct = 0.020 System Coefficient, R = 6.5 Amplification Factor, Omega = 2.8 Building Period, T = 1.03 [ Cv I / R T ] W [ 2.5 Ca I / R ] W 0.11 Ca I W = 0.037 = 0.096 = 0.028 Second(s) W W W

## 191 Formula (30-4) Formula (30-5) Formula (30-6)

ft = = =

(30-4) need not exceed (30-5) and shall not be less than (30-6) Section 1612.3

## TOTAL DESIGN BASE SHEAR TOTAL DESIGN BASE SHEAR

= 0.037 = 0.027

W W

( Eh ) ( Eh / 1.4 )

The following information are used for Seismic Zone 4 structures only!
Seismic Source Type Seismic Source Description
Faults that are capable of producing large magnitude events and that have a high rate of seismic activity

## Seismic Source Definition

Maximum Moment Magnitude, M Slip Rate

M >= 7.0 M >= 7.0 M < 7.0 M >= 6.5 M < 6.5

## SR >= 5 SR < 5 SR > 2 SR < 2 SR <= 2

All faults other than Types A and C Faults that are not capable of producing large magnitude earthquakes and that have a relatively low rate of seismic activity

km miles