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COLEGIO DE LA PURISIMA CONCEPCION

The Catholic School of the Archdiocese of Capiz


Roxas City

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

Course Syllabus in
CE ELECT 4
EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
Second Semester 2014-2015

CPC VISION STATEMENT:

Colegio de la Purisima Concepcion, a learning institution of the Archdiocese of Capiz guided by the
Catholic ideals and relying on the patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary, envision itself as a center of academic
excellence, through its commitment to the development of the total person, by offering relevant and responsive
programs.

CPC MISSION STATEMENT:

The motto, “Pro Deo et Patria” affirms the mission of Colegio de La Purisima Concepcion to produce
professionals who possess intellectual and social capabilities anchored on deep spiritual values that will enable to
become productive and fulfilled members of globally competitive society.

CET VISION STATEMENT:

The college of Engineering and Technology envisions itself to be a center of excellence for Catholic
Education that produces high skilled and committed Engineers and IT experts.

CET MISSION STATEMENT:

a. Provide quality instruction using modern learning tools responsive to the needs of the global community.
b. Develop the student’s critical thinking, effective communication, sound judgment that are essential to
their profession.
c. Expose students to engineering construction technologies, computer industries and manufacturing
endeavors.
d. Engage students to specific technical problems, research and community services.
e. Equip students with Christian values which will lead them to become good Christian leaders.
CIVIL ENGINEERING OBJECTIVES

Mission
The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Program
must:
a b c d e
1. Achieve a high level of technical expertise in order to succeed in
Civil Engineering Practice. / / /
2. Be articulate and understands the nature of their special role in
society and the impact of their work on the progress of civilization. / /
3. Uphold the ethical standards and social responsibilities of Civil /
Engineering Profession in the society.
4. Process intellectual capabilities anchored on deep spiritual values / /
that will enable them to work with integrity.
5. Engage in continuing professional development. /

Course No. : CE Elect 4

Course Title : Earthquake Engineering

Pre-Requisites : Structural Theory 2


Co-Requisites :

Credit : 3 units

No. of contact hours : 3 hours

Course Description : The course deals with the fundamentals and basic concepts of seismic
design as well as the minimum standards for the analysis, design and
construction of earthquake resistive structures. The course covers the
introduction to seismology and seismic analysis of building and structures,
effects of earthquake on bearing capacity, procedure for the design of
earthquake resistant structures, calculation of seismic forces and
dynamic analysis of structures. It also deals with the determination of
loads of structures due to motions, methods of analysis for lateral forces,
approximate dynamic analysis, time history analysis, concepts of mass,
damping, stiffness of structures, design for inelastic behavior and retrofitting of
existing building. Critical building configurations and appropriate methods of
analysis are also given emphasis. Applications and specifications as applied to
vertical and horizontal structures are also given importance. A thorough
knowledge and proficiency in Structural Theory is imperative.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES AND ITS RELATION TO CIVIL ENGINEERING

Civil Engineering Educational


Program Outcomes Objectives

1 2 3 4 5
An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, physical sciences;
a and engineering sciences to the practice of civil engineering. /

An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to


b analyze and interpret data. / /
An ability to design system to meet desired needs with realistic
c constraints. /
An ability to work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multi-
d cultural teams. /
An ability to identify, formulate and solve civil engineering
e problems. /

f An ability to understand professional and ethical responsibility / / /

g An ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing using /


English language.
An ability to understand the impact of civil engineering solutions / /
h in global, economic, environmental, and social context.
An ability to engage in life-long learning and an acceptance of /
i the need to keep current of the development in a specific field of
specialization.
j An ability to know contemporary issues / /

k An ability to use appropriate techniques, skills and modern tools /


necessary for the practice of civil engineering.

An ability to know and understand engineering and management /


l principles as a member and leader of a team, and to manage
projects in a multidisciplinary environment.
m An ability to understand at least one specialized field of civil /
engineering practice.

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Program Outcomes
Learning Outcomes
The students should be able to: a b c d e f g h i j k l m
1. Prepare representative sample of materials for / /
testing purposes.
2. Write a procedure in conducting experiments. / / /
3. Develop simplified method in doing an
experiment.
4. Execute material testing procedures. / /
COURSE COVERAGE

Week Topic Methodology Assessment Learning


Outcomes
Introduction to Earthquake Resistant Design:
1 Earthquakes and Urbanization. History of Class Discussion, Report output/ LO1
Major International & Philippine Earthquakes. reporting Recitation
The Ring of Fire.

Reporting/Class Report output/


2 Elements of Seismology: Earthquake Faults; discussion recitation/Quiz LO1
Theory of Plate Tectonics.

3 Earthquake Records and Measuring Reporting/Class Report output/ LO1


Instruments: Seismographs; Accelerographs; Discussion Recitation
Seism scopes; Earthquake Networks.
Propagation of Seismic Disturbances: Reporting/Class Report output/
4 Earthquake Waves. Discussion Recitation/Quiz LO1/LO2
Earthquake Descriptors: Earthquake
Magnitude; Seismic Moment; Seismic Energy;
The Centroid Moment Tensor Project;
5 Magnitude and Faulting; Foreshocks, Reporting/Class Report output/ LO1/LO2
Aftershocks, and Swarms; Seismic Intensity Discussion recitation
(Rossi-Forrel Scale, Modified Mercalli Scale,
USSR GEOFAN Scale MSK-64 Scale).

Prelim Exam
Major Earthquake Zones in the Philippines:
PHIVOLCS Information 2000; PHIVOLCS Reporting/Class Report output/ LO1
6 Earthquake Portfolio 2004. Discussion Recitation

Earthquake Load Analysis: Introduction to


NSCP 2001 Specification-Design Basis. Reporting/Class Report output/ LO1
7 Discussion Recitation/Quiz

Earthquake Load Analysis: Criteria Selection.


System Limitations, Site Categorization
Procedure. Reporting/Class Report output/ LO3/LO4
8 Discussion Recitation
Minimum Design Lateral Forces and
Related Effects: Earthquake Loads and Class discussion, solve Recitation/
9 Modeling Requirements, P∆ Effects. sample problem, seatwork LO3/LO4
seatwork output/Quiz
Minimum Design Lateral Forces and
Related Effects: Earthquake Loads and Class discussion, solve Recitation/
10 Modeling Requirements, P∆ Effects, sample problem, seatwork output LO3/LO4
continued. seatwork

Midterm Exam

Lateral force Procedures for Building


Structures: Selection of Lateral Force Class discussion, solve
11 Procedure, Seismic Design and Analysis, sample problem, Seatwork output LO3/LO4
The Static Lateral Force Procedure. seatwork
Vertical Distribution of Forces.
Lateral force Procedures for Building
Structures: Selection of Lateral Force Class discussion, solve Quiz/seatwork
12 Procedure, Seismic Design and Analysis, sample problem, output LO3/LO4
The Static Lateral Force Procedure. seatwork
Vertical Distribution of Forces continued.

Lateral Force Procedures for Building


Structures: The Simplified Static Lateral Class discussion, solve Quiz/seatwork
13 Force Procedure, P∆ Effects, Storey Drift sample problem, output LO3/LO4
Limitations. Vertical Component of Force. seatwork

Lateral Force Procedures for Non


Structural Elements: Design of Lateral Class discussion,” Group work
14 Force, Specification of Lateral Forces, Reporting, Group work output LO3/LO4
Relative Motion Equipment’s
Attachments, and Alternative Designs.
Prefinal Exam
Lateral Force Procedures for Non-Building
Structures: Definition and Criteria, Class discussion, Group work
Weight, Period, Drift, Interaction Effects, Reporting, Group work output
15 Non Building Structures, Rigid Structures, LO3/LO4
Tanks with Supporting Bottom, Other
Non-Building Structures.
Lateral Force Procedures for Non-Building
Structures: Definition and Criteria, Weight,
Period, Drift, Interaction Effects, Non Class discussion, Quiz/group work LO3/LO4
Building Structures, Rigid Structures, Tanks Reporting, Group work output
with Supporting Bottom, Other Non-
Building Structures, continued.

Introduction to the Response Spectrum


Analysis and Design: Time Histories,
Earthquake Response Spectrum, Class discussion, Quiz/group work LO3/LO4
Earthquake Design Spectrum, Reporting, Group work output
continued.

Introduction to the Response Spectrum


Analysis and Design: Time Histories,
Earthquake Response Spectrum, Class discussion, Quiz/group work LO3/LO4
Earthquake Design Spectrum. Reporting, Group work output

Final Exam

FINAL COURSE OUTPUT:

As evidence of attaining the above learning outcomes, the student is required to do and submit the following
problem exercises (Plates) during the indicated dates of the term.

LEARNING OUTCOME REQUIRED OUTPUT DUE DATE

LO4 Plates on Determination of lateral End of 16th week.


force on building due to
earthquake.
RUBRICS FOR ASSESMENT

CRITERIA EXCEEDS MEETS STANDARDS APPROACHING DOES NOT MEET


STANDARDS STANDARDS STANDARDS

Content The principles and The principles and The principles and The principles and
concepts of concepts of concepts of concepts of calculation
(50%) calculations are calculations are calculations are are applied incorrectly.
applied correctly. applied correctly. applied correctly. Outputs are not
Outputs are Outputs are Outputs are not accurately
presented clearly presented and accurately presented.
and accurately. accurately. presented.

CRITERIA EXCEEDS MEETS STANDARDS APPROACHING DOES NOT MEET


STANDARDS STANDARDS STANDARDS

Analysis Procedures for Procedure for Procedures for Procedures for exercises
exercises are exercises is properly exercises are are not properly
(50%) properly observed. observed. Results properly observed. observed. Results are not
are satisfactory. Results are good.
Have developed moderately good.
additional/similar
procedures to
produce satisfactory
results.

COURSE EVALUATION:

COURSE REQUIREMENTS/GRADING SYSTEM TRANSMUTATION TABLE

Prelim Period Grade 25% Equivalent Grade


Quizzes/etc. 50%
Prelim Exam 50% 100% ------------ 1.00
Midterm Period Grade 25% 97 – 99% ------------ 1.25
Quizzes/etc. 50% 94 – 96% ------------ 1.50
Midterm Exam 50% 91 – 93% ------------ 1.75
Prefinal Period Grade 25% 88 – 90% ------------ 2.00
Quizzes/etc 50% 85 – 87% ------------ 2.25
Prefinal Exam 50% 82 – 84% ------------ 2.50
Final Period Grade 25% 79 – 81% ------------ 2.75
Quizzes/etc. 50% 75 – 79% ------------ 3.00
Final Exam 50% Below 75% ---------- 5.00
_______
100%

Final Rating: 70% lecture + 30% laboratory


Equivalent 60 + 40(score)/Perfect Score Indication:
Passing Mark: 75%
1.25 – 1.00 ---- Excellent
1.75 – 1.50 ---- Very Good
2.25 – 2.00 ---- Good
2.75 – 2.50 ---- Fair
3.00 ------------- Passing
5.00 ------------- Failed

PRINTED REFERENCES

1. NATIONAL STRUCTURAL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES, Vol. l. 6th Edition, Philippines: ASEP, Inc., 2010.
2. BUILDING STRUCTURES, 2nd Edition, Ambrose, James. Canada: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1993
3. STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS, 3rd Edition. Russel C. Hibbeler. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall Inc., 1996
4. STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS, THEORY & COMPUTATIONS, 3rd Edition. Mario Paz. New York:Van
Nostrand Reinhold, 1991
5. EARTHQUAKE PORTFOLIO, Phivolcs. Manila, Philippines, 2004

ONLINE REFERENCES:
http//www.wikipedia.com
www.nisee.berkerly.edu./bertero.com
www.eeri.org.com

CLASSROOM POLICIES

1. Absences. Absences are counted starting with absence from the first day of class for the semester.
The students is required to submit an excuse slip for every absent made to the guidance office and
he/she will be admitted if he/she presented an approved readmission slip approved by the Dean.
Allowed number of absences is not more than 20% of the required number of class.
2. Make-up works. Make-up exams will be given provided that the reason for not taking the exam is
excused as stipulated in the admission slip.
3. Accessibility. Everyone has an equal right to be educated efficiently and comfortably. Students
with disabilities are encouraged to discuss their individual needs and accommodation (e.g. sitting
in front or those with visual or hearing problems).
4. Collaboration. Students are encouraged to do group study since it is usually more effective than
you are all by yourself during exams. Strictly, no collaboration of any form during quizzes and
major exams. Likewise, asking other people to do your work for you is not considered as
collaboration effort, but it is a form of academic dishonesty.
5. Final Grade. Of students will be posted on-line. Students can meet with the faculty with regards to
the computation of grades.
6. Deadlines. Deliverables not submitted on or before the deadline due to unacceptable reasons will
receive a 10% deduction for each day late after the deadline not including weekends and holidays.
PREPARED BY:

ENGR. RAMIL S. ARTATES, CE,RMP


Professor
VERIFIED BY:

ENGR. FRED O. BORBON, CE, MEE


CE Department Head

RECOMMENDING APPROVAL:

ENGR. JOEL C. VILLARUZ, CE, MEE, Ph.D.


Dean, College of Engineering & Technology

APPROVED:

REV. FR. CYRIL B. VILLAREAL, JR.,STL-M.A., M.A


Director for Academic Affairs