Seismic load effects,

*E*and*E*, for use in the load combinations of Section 1605 for structures designed using the simplified analysis procedure in Section 1617.5 shall be determined as follows._{m}Where the effects of gravity and the seismic ground motion are additive, seismic load,

where:

Where the effects of gravity and seismic ground motion counteract, the seismic load, E, for usein Equations 16-6, 16-12 and 16-18 shall be defined by Equation 16-51.

Design shall use the load combinations prescribed in Section 1605.2 for strength or load and resistance factor design methodologies or Section 1605.3 for allowable stress design methods.

*E*, for use in Equations 16-5, 16-10 and 16-17, shall be defined by Equation 16-50:*E*=

*ρQ*+ 0.2

_{E}*S*

_{DS}D**(Equation 16-50)**

where:

D |
= | The effect of dead load. |

E |
= | The combined effect of horizontal and vertical earthquake-induced forces. |

r |
= | A redundancy coefficient obtained in accordance with Section 1617.2. |

Q_{E} |
= | The effect of horizontal seismic forces. |

S_{DS} |
= | The design spectral response acceleration at short periods obtained from Section 1615.1.3 or 1615.2.5. |

Where the effects of gravity and seismic ground motion counteract, the seismic load, E, for usein Equations 16-6, 16-12 and 16-18 shall be defined by Equation 16-51.

*E*=

*ρQ*- 0.2

_{E}*S*

_{DS}D**(Equation 16-51)**

Design shall use the load combinations prescribed in Section 1605.2 for strength or load and resistance factor design methodologies or Section 1605.3 for allowable stress design methods.

The maximum seismic load effect, Em, shall be used in the special seismic load combinations in Section 1605.4.

Where the effects of the seismic ground motion and gravity loads are additive, seismic load,

Where the effects of the seismic ground and gravity loads counteract, seismic load,

where

The term

Where allowable stress design methodologies are used with the special load combinations of Section 1605.4, design strengths are permitted to be determined using an allowable stress increase of 1.7 and a resistance factor, f, of 1.0. This increase shall not be combined with increases in allowable stresses or load combination reductions otherwise permitted by this code or the material reference standard except that combination with the duration of load increases in Chapter 23 is permitted.

Where the effects of the seismic ground motion and gravity loads are additive, seismic load,

*E*, for use in Equation 16-19, shall be defined by Equation 16-52._{m}
Em=

*ΩQ*+ 0.2_{E}*S*_{DS}D**(Equation 16-52)**Where the effects of the seismic ground and gravity loads counteract, seismic load,

*E*, for use in Equation 16-20, shall be defined by Equation 16-53._{m}
Em=

*ΩQ*- 0.2_{E}*S*_{DS}D**(Equation 16-53)**where

*E*,*Q*,_{E}*are as defined above and Ω*_{SDS}*is the system over strength factor as given in Table 1617.6.2.*_{0}The term

*need not exceed the maximum force that can be transferred to the element by the other elements of the lateral-force-resisting system.*_{0}Q_{E}Where allowable stress design methodologies are used with the special load combinations of Section 1605.4, design strengths are permitted to be determined using an allowable stress increase of 1.7 and a resistance factor, f, of 1.0. This increase shall not be combined with increases in allowable stresses or load combination reductions otherwise permitted by this code or the material reference standard except that combination with the duration of load increases in Chapter 23 is permitted.