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Table 2 Selected ground motions for the code-compatible spectrum representing the design level of 2%-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 15 7.36 38.89 2.83
2 San Fernando, 1971 68 6.61 22.77 2.24
3 San Fernando, 1971 70 6.61 27.40 2.48
4 San Fernando, 1971 78 6.61 28.99 2.73
5 Tabas_ Iran, 1978 138 7.35 28.79 3.27
6 Irpinia_ Italy, 1980 286 6.90 21.26 2.92
7 Coalinga-01, 1983 322 6.36 24.02 1.73
8 Coalinga-01, 1983 324 6.36 43.68 3.64
9 Coalinga-01, 1983 335 6.36 31.62 2.60
10 Coalinga-01, 1983 337 6.36 29.34 2.98
11 Coalinga-01, 1983 339 6.36 29.38 2.00
12 Coalinga-01, 1983 340 6.36 27.67 3.13
13 Coalinga-01, 1983 341 6.36 38.95 2.12
14 Coalinga-01, 1983 345 6.36 31.21 2.09
15 Coalinga-01, 1983 346 6.36 29.94 2.39
16 Coalinga-01, 1983 350 6.36 37.02 3.56
17 Coalinga-01, 1983 351 6.36 30.07 3.59
18 Coalinga-01, 1983 359 6.36 26.38 1.95
19 Coalinga-01, 1983 360 6.36 29.12 3.64
20 Coalinga-01, 1983 363 6.36 32.17 2.82
  1. Note: RSN-Record sequence number in the PEER West2 Strong Motion Database; Mw-Magnitude; R-Source distance