Earthquake Resistant Structures
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According to building codes, earthquake resistant structures are designed to withstand the largest earthquake of the certain probability that will probably occur at the location. This means losing life should become minimized by preventing collapse with the buildings for unusual earthquakes while losing functionality should become limited for much more frequent ones.

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