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Table 1 Selected ground motions for the code-compatible spectrum representing the design level of 10%-50 years

From: Probabilistic seismic response analysis of coastal highway bridges under scour and liquefaction conditions: does the hydrodynamic effect matter?

# Earthquake event RSN Mw R (km) Scale factor
1 Kern County, 1952 12 7.36 117.8 1.40
2 Kern County, 1952 13 7.36 125.6 1.82
3 Kern County, 1952 15 7.36 38.9 0.87
4 Parkfield, 1966 28 6.19 17.6 2.40
5 Parkfield, 1966 30 6.19 9.6 0.68
6 Borrego Mtn, 1968 40 6.63 129.1 3.51
7 San Fernando, 1971 51 6.61 55.2 3.40
8 San Fernando, 1971 65 6.61 46.8 2.33
9 San Fernando, 1971 68 6.61 22.8 0.61
10 San Fernando, 1971 79 6.61 25.5 1.58
11 San Fernando, 1971 81 6.61 39.0 3.23
12 San Fernando, 1971 83 6.61 52.6 3.11
13 San Fernando, 1971 85 6.61 108.0 3.32
14 San Fernando, 1971 88 6.61 24.9 1.37
15 San Fernando, 1971 93 6.61 39.5 1.82
16 Managua_ Nicaragua-01, 1972 95 6.24 4.1 0.52
17 Managua_ Nicaragua-02, 1972 96 5.20 5.0 0.60
18 Friuli_ Italy-02, 1976 133 5.91 14.5 3.02
19 Tabas_ Iran, 1978 137 7.35 120.8 3.36
20 Tabas_ Iran, 1978 138 7.35 28.8 1.00
  1. Note: RSN-Record sequence number in the PEER West2 Strong Motion Database; Mw-Magnitude; R-Source distance