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Authors: Di Giulio, G.*
Title: 2-D Modeling of topographic effects using three basic geometries and the spectral-element method
Issue Date: 17-Nov-2015
Keywords: topographic effects
Abstract: The topographic effect was investigated selecting three basic 2-D geometries and using the feasibility of the spectral-element method (SEM; as implemented in the specfem2d code). The 2-D geometries were a triangle, an half-circle and a slope. 2-D models (P-SV waves) considering a real topography (Mount Ocre in L'Aquila district) were also performed, varying the velocities and the number of nearby topographic peaks
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04.06.04. Ground motion

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