'It could be used ... in a senior-level or graduate level course on seismic design. It would also be most useful for the practicing engineer because the many practical and worked-out examples help make the approaches concrete and useful. Highly recommended.'
-- Noise Control Engineering Journal
About the Author
Ahmed Y. Elghazouli is Head of the Structural Engineering Section and Director of the MSc course in Earthquake Engineering at Imperial College London. He is the UK National Delegate to both the European Association of Earthquake Engineering (EAEE) and the International Association of Earthquake Engineering (IAEE), and is the current vice chairman and chairman elect of SECED.