A note on the Hutt Valley strong-motion microzone network
A network of eight M02 strong-motion accelerographs was established in the Hutt Valley between the years 1966-70 with a view to determining the effect of the local geology on earthquake attack on structures. The location of the instruments is shown in Fig. 1 and a typical cross-section of the Valley in Fig. 2. The instruments are all owned by the Physics and Engineering Laboratory (PEL), DSIR, apart from the one at the Haywards Substation, which is owned by NZED but serviced by PEL.
Stephenson W.R., "Cellular normal modes of alluvium response" Bulletin of the NZ Nat. Soc. Earthq. Eng. Vol. 8, No. 4, Dec. 1975.
Copyright (c) 1982 R. G. Tyler, R. T. Hefford
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