Energy-Based Design of Lateral Systems. Baker, W., F. Structural Engineering International, 2:99-102, 1992.
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The sizing of the members of the lateral resistance system for multi-story buildings is often controlled by stiffness requirements. In order to achieve economical buildings, it is important that these members be appropriately sized and that the structural materials be efficiently distributed among the various components. This paper presents a sizing technique utilizing energy methods that is currently in use in by several firms involved in the design of high-rise buildings.
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