Dr. Anand Joshi
Dr. Anand Joshi
Department of Earth Sciences, IITRoorkee
Verified email at iitr.ernet.in
TitleCited byYear
The simulation of ground motions using envelope summations
A Joshi, S Singh, K Giroti
pure and applied geophysics 158 (5-6), 877-901, 2001
452001
Use of acceleration spectra for determining the frequency-dependent attenuation coefficient and source parameters
A Joshi
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 96 (6), 2165-2180, 2006
442006
A simplified method for simulation of strong ground motion using finite rupture model of the earthquake source
A Joshi, S Midorikawa
Journal of seismology 8 (4), 467-484, 2004
412004
Modelling of active lineaments for predicting a possible earthquake scenario around Dehradun, Garhwal Himalaya, India
A Joshi, RC Patel
Tectonophysics 283 (1-4), 289-310, 1997
381997
Generation of synthetic accelerograms by modelling of rupture plane
A Joshi, B Kumar, A Sinvhal, H Sinvhal
ISET J Earthq Technol 36 (1), 43-60, 1999
251999
Near-field and far-field simulation of accelerograms of Sikkim earthquake of September 18, 2011 using modified semi-empirical approach
MLS A. Joshi, Pushpa Kumari, Sandeep Singh
Natural Hazards 64, 1029-1054, 2012
242012
Near-field and far-field simulation of accelerograms of Sikkim earthquake of September 18, 2011 using modified semi-empirical approach
A Joshi, P Kumari, S Singh, ML Sharma
Natural Hazards 64, 1029-1054, 2012
242012
A simplified technique for simulating wide-band strong ground motion for two recent Himalayan earthquakes
A Joshi
pure and applied geophysics 161 (8), 1777-1805, 2004
242004
Strong motion envelope modelling of the source of the Chamoli earthquake of March 28, 1999 in the Garhwal Himalaya, India
A Joshi
Journal of seismology 5 (4), 499-518, 2001
222001
Modeling of strong motion generation areas of the 2011 Tohoku, Japan earthquake using modified semi-empirical technique
A Joshi
Natural hazards 71 (1), 587-609, 2014
192014
Analysis of strong motion data of the Uttarkashi earthquake of 20th October 1991 and the Chamoli earthquake of 28th March 1999 for determining the mid crustal Q value and …
A Joshi
ISET Journal of Earthquake Technology 43 (1–2), 11-29, 2006
182006
A strong motion model of the 2004 great Sumatra earthquake: simulation using a modified semi empirical method
A Joshi, P Kumari, ML Sharma, AK Ghosh, MK Agarwal, A Ravikiran
Journal of Earthquake and Tsunami 6 (04), 1250023, 2012
172012
Simulation of accelerograms from simplified deterministic approach for the 23rd October 2004 Niigata-ken Chuetsu, Japan earthquake
A Joshi, K Mohan
Journal of Seismology 12 (1), 35-51, 2008
172008
A comparison of observed and predicted ground motions from the 2015 MW7.8 Gorkha, Nepal, earthquake
SE Hough, SS Martin, V Gahalaut, A Joshi, M Landes, R Bossu
Natural Hazards 84 (3), 1661-1684, 2016
162016
A deterministic approach for preparation of seismic hazard maps in North East India
A Joshi, K Mohan, RC Patel
Natural hazards 43 (1), 129-146, 2007
152007
Modelling of rupture planes for peak ground accelerations and its application to the isoseismal map of MMI scale in Indian region
A Joshi
Journal of seismology 4 (2), 143-160, 2000
142000
Modelling of peak ground acceleration for Uttarkashi Earthquake of Oct 1991
A jOSHI
Bull. Ind. Soc. Earth. Tech. 34, 75-96, 1997
141997
Determination of Q β(f) in Different Parts of Kumaon Himalaya from the Inversion of Spectral Acceleration Data
A Joshi, P Kumar, M Mohanty, AR Bansal, VP Dimri, RK Chadha
Pure and applied Geophysics 169 (10), 1821-1845, 2012
132012
Expected peak ground acceleration in Uttarakhand Himalaya, India region from a deterministic hazard model
A Joshi, K Mohan
Natural hazards 52 (2), 299-317, 2010
132010
Attenuation characteristics of ground motion intensity from earthquakes with intermediate depth
A Joshi, S Midorikawa
Journal of seismology 9 (1), 23-37, 2005
132005
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