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Spreadsheet: Seismic Analysis for Buildings and Non-Building Structures as per IBC 2000

Spreadsheet: Seismic Analysis for Buildings and Non-Building Structures as per IBC 2000
"IBC2000E" is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of seismic loading analysis for  buildings and various nonbuilding structures, as well as architectural, mechanical, and electrical components  per the IBC 2000 Code. Specifically, the total base seismic shear for buildings and nonbuilding structures is  calculated. For Multi-Level Buildings, the vertical distribution of the total seismic shear is also determined, and  a drift analysis can also be performed. The seismic restraint force for various components is also calculated.

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