Probablistic Seismic Hazard Analysis

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Excel Program to perform the Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis        

This WorkBook Contains Macros (VBA programs). So for its proper use, macro should be enabled.        
For the time being, limitations of this program are        
 1 Only for point sources   Add programs in VBA   
 2 Maxm 50 sources   Change matrix size in VBA   
 3 Maxm 100 divs for mag   Change matrix size in VBA   
 4 Maxm 60 divs for PGA   Change matrix size in VBA   
 5 Only 8 autt. Laws   Define more on VBA (attlaw and sd)   

All the values shall be put on metric system. PGA is measured in terms of g.     

Any suggetions, comments or help is most welcomed.     

Be aware, default header contains my name. You can change it before you print outputs.     
Also, to avoid the buttons and page tile on print page, you can expand the corresponding rows     
so that your actual datas starts form 2nd page, OR ask for clean copy. 

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26 May 2011
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25 May 2011
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Rabindra Adhikari
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#1 JohnDoyle 2011-05-26 16:09
Thank you Rabindra for your debut calculation clearly this is a complex calculation. I have awarded you a free XLC Pro subscription by way of thanks. I hope that you choose to publish more of your work with us.

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