# Source code for openquake.hazardlib.gsim.sharma_2009

```
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"""
Module
:mod:`openquake.hazardlib.gsim.sharma_2009`
exports
:class:`SharmaEtAl2009`
"""
import warnings
import numpy as np
from scipy.constants import g
from openquake.hazardlib import const
from openquake.hazardlib.imt import PGA, SA
from openquake.hazardlib.gsim.base import GMPE, CoeffsTable
#: Sharma et al. (2009) does not use VS30 so no threshhold is given.
#: A value of 760 m/s was selected. This is consistent with
#: :mod:`openquake.hazardlib.gsim.atkinson_boore_2003`,
#: corresponds to NEHRP class A/B, and is close to the
#: threshhold for Eurocode 8 Class 8 (800 m/s).
NEHRP_BC_BOUNDARY = 760.
#: Rake threshhold of 30 degrees was selected, same as
#: :mod:`openquake.hazardlib.gsim.atkinson_boore_2006` and
#: :mod:`openquake.hazardlib.gsim.campbell_bozorgnia_2008`.
#: Contrast with 45 degree threshhold used by 30 degree
#: threshhold used in :mod:`openquake.hazardlib.gsim.zhao_2006`.
RAKE_THRESH = 30.
def _compute_magnitude(ctx, coeffs):
"""
Compute first two terms of equation (1) on p. 1200:
``b1 + b2 * M``
"""
return coeffs['b1'] + coeffs['b2']*ctx.mag
def _compute_distance(ctx, coeffs):
"""
Compute third term of equation (1) on p. 1200:
``b3 * log(sqrt(Rjb ** 2 + b4 ** 2))``
"""
return coeffs['b3'] * np.log10(np.sqrt(ctx.rjb**2. + coeffs['b4']**2.))
def _get_site_amplification(ctx, coeffs):
"""
Compute fourth term of equation (1) on p. 1200:
``b5 * S``
"""
is_rock = get_site_type_dummy_variables(ctx)
return coeffs['b5'] * is_rock
def _get_mechanism(ctx, coeffs):
"""
Compute fifth term of equation (1) on p. 1200:
``b6 * H``
"""
is_strike_slip = get_fault_type_dummy_variables(ctx)
return coeffs['b6']*is_strike_slip
[docs]def get_site_type_dummy_variables(ctx):
"""
Binary rock/soil classification dummy variable based on ctx.vs30.
"``S`` is 1 for a rock site and 0 otherwise" (p. 1201).
"""
is_rock = ctx.vs30 > NEHRP_BC_BOUNDARY
return is_rock
[docs]def get_fault_type_dummy_variables(ctx, warned=[False]):
"""
Fault-type classification dummy variable based on ctx.rake.
"``H`` is 1 for a strike-slip mechanism and 0 for a reverse mechanism"
(p. 1201).
Note:
UserWarning is raised if mechanism is determined to be normal
faulting, since as summarized in Table 2 on p. 1197 the data used
for regression included only reverse and stike-slip events.
"""
# normal faulting
is_normal = (RAKE_THRESH < -ctx.rake) & (-ctx.rake < (180. - RAKE_THRESH))
# reverse raulting
is_reverse = (RAKE_THRESH < ctx.rake) & (ctx.rake < (180. - RAKE_THRESH))
if not warned[0] and is_normal.any():
# make sure that the warning is printed only once to avoid
# flooding the terminal
msg = ('Normal faulting not supported by SharmaEtAl2009; '
'treating as strike-slip')
warnings.warn(msg, UserWarning)
warned[0] = True
is_strike_slip = ~is_reverse | is_normal
is_strike_slip = is_strike_slip.astype(float)
return is_strike_slip
[docs]class SharmaEtAl2009(GMPE):
# pylint: disable=no-init
"""
Implements GMPE of Sharma et al. (2009). This GMPE is intended for the
Indian Himalayas but is based on data from both Zagros in Iran and the
Himalayas. The combination of these two regions is motivated by the
sparsity of near field data. Seismotectonic similarity is supposed
based on both regions being continental collision zones, and in spite
of the lack of subduction in Zagros.
Note that Figure 7-9 of Sharma et al. (2009) are in error (Sharma,
personal communication). This implementation is verified against test
vector obtained from lead author.
Support for PGA has been added by assuming it to be equal to the spectral
acceleration at 0.04 s. This is assumed by the authors in the captions for
Figures 11-13 anyway.
Reference:
Sharma, M. L., Douglas, J., Bungum, H., and Kotadia, J. (2009).
Ground-motion prediction equations based on data from the Himalayan and
Zagros regions. *Journal of Earthquake Engineering*, 13(8):1191–1210.
"""
#: Supported tectonic region type is 'active shallow crust'
#: however as inndicated the introduction the tectonics of the
#: Himalayas have a "great range of focal depths" (Sharma et
#: al., 2009, p. 1192).
DEFINED_FOR_TECTONIC_REGION_TYPE = const.TRT.ACTIVE_SHALLOW_CRUST
#: Set of :mod:`intensity measure types <openquake.hazardlib.imt>`
#: this GSIM can calculate. A set should contain classes from module
#: :mod:`openquake.hazardlib.imt`.
DEFINED_FOR_INTENSITY_MEASURE_TYPES = {PGA, SA}
#: Supported intensity measure component is the geometric mean of two
#: horizontal components
#: :attr:`~openquake.hazardlib.const.IMC.GEOMETRIC_MEAN`,
#: see p. 1200.
DEFINED_FOR_INTENSITY_MEASURE_COMPONENT = const.IMC.GEOMETRIC_MEAN
#: Only total standard deviation is supported, see Table 2, p. 1202.
DEFINED_FOR_STANDARD_DEVIATION_TYPES = {const.StdDev.TOTAL}
#: Required site parameter Vs30 is used to set binary rock/soil
#: classification dummy variable, see equation (1) on p. 1200.
REQUIRES_SITES_PARAMETERS = {'vs30'}
#: Required rupture parameters are magnitude and rake, see
#: equation (1) on p. 1200. Rake is used to distinguish between
#: reverse and strike-slip faulting, and to detect mis-application
#: of GMPE to normal faulting.
REQUIRES_RUPTURE_PARAMETERS = {'rake', 'mag'}
#: Required distance measure is Joyner-Boore distance, see p. 1200
REQUIRES_DISTANCES = {'rjb'}
ALREADY_WARNED = False # warn the first time only
[docs] def compute(self, ctx: np.recarray, imts, mean, sig, tau, phi):
"""
See :meth:`superclass method
<.base.GroundShakingIntensityModel.compute>`
for specification of input and result values.
"""
for m, imt in enumerate(imts):
coeffs = self.COEFFS[imt]
# equation (1) is in terms of common logarithm
log_mean = (_compute_magnitude(ctx, coeffs) +
_compute_distance(ctx, coeffs) +
_get_site_amplification(ctx, coeffs) +
_get_mechanism(ctx, coeffs))
# so convert to g and thence to the natural logarithm
mean[m] = log_mean * np.log(10.0) - np.log(g)
# convert standard deviations from common to natural logarithm
sig[m] = coeffs['sigma'] * np.log(10.0)
#: Coefficients taken from Table 2, p. 1202. Note that "In
#: this article, only the coefficients for a subset of these
#: periods [between 0.04 and 2.5 s] are reported" and the damping
#: is 5% (Sharma et al., 2009, p. 1200). "After trials with
#: different values b4 was fixed to be 15km for all periods."
#: (Sharma et al., 2009, p. 1201)
COEFFS = CoeffsTable(sa_damping=5., table="""\
IMT b1 b2 b3 b4 b5 b6 sigma
pga 1.0170 0.1046 -1.0070 15.0 -0.0735 -0.3068 0.3227
0.04 1.0170 0.1046 -1.0070 15.0 -0.0735 -0.3068 0.3227
0.05 1.0280 0.1245 -1.0550 15.0 -0.0775 -0.3246 0.3350
0.10 1.3820 0.1041 -1.0620 15.0 -0.1358 -0.3326 0.3427
0.20 1.3820 0.1041 -1.0620 15.0 -0.1358 -0.3326 0.3596
0.30 1.3680 0.0684 -0.9139 15.0 -0.0972 -0.3011 0.3651
0.40 0.9747 0.1009 -0.8886 15.0 -0.0552 -0.2639 0.3613
0.50 0.5295 0.1513 -0.8601 15.0 -0.0693 -0.2533 0.3654
0.75 -0.5790 0.3147 -0.9064 15.0 -0.0111 -0.2394 0.3770
1.00 -1.6120 0.4673 -0.9278 15.0 -0.0203 -0.2355 0.3949
1.25 -1.7160 0.4763 -0.9482 15.0 -0.0200 -0.2921 0.4190
1.50 -2.1380 0.5222 -0.9333 15.0 0.0284 -0.3197 0.4251
2.00 -2.6900 0.5707 -0.9082 15.0 0.0400 -0.2770 0.4077
2.50 -2.9420 0.5671 -0.8270 15.0 0.0054 -0.2710 0.3959
""")
```