Harmonization of Seismic Hazard in Vrancea Zone

with Special Emphasis on Seismic Risk Reduction


ISBN: 978-1-4020-9241-1 (Print) 978-1-4020-9242-8 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvi

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-16

    Romania'S Seismicity And Seismic Hazard: From Historical Records To Design Codes

  3. Chapter

    Pages 17-46

    Focal Mechanism Solutions For Vrancea Seismic Area

  4. Chapter

    Pages 47-62

    Ground Motion Patterns Of Intermediate-Depth Vrancea Earthquakes: The October 27, 2004 Event

  5. Chapter

    Pages 63-83

    A Parametric Model Combining Gabor Wavelet And Stochastic Component For The August 30, 1986 Vrancea Earthquake

  6. Chapter

    Pages 85-99

    Estimation Of The Recurrence And Probability Of Vrancea Intermediate Depth Earthquakes

  7. Chapter

    Pages 101-116

    Seismic Protection And Protection Against Demolition Of Bucharest'S Historical Buildings

  8. Chapter

    Pages 117-132

    Seismic Microzonation Of ChisinĂU: A Tool For Reducing Seismic Risk

  9. Chapter

    Pages 133-149

    Relevance Of H/V Spectral Ratio Technique For Bucharest City

  10. Chapter

    Pages 151-162

    A Contribution to the Assessment of the Seismic Vulnerability of Large Structures in Sofia City

  11. Chapter

    Pages 163-181

    Hybrid MS-BIEM for Seismic Site-Response Phenomena: A Case Study of Sofia

  12. Chapter

    Pages 183-196

    Seismic Monitoring: A Contribution To The Sustainable Development Of The Russe Region Of Bulgaria

  13. Chapter

    Pages 197-223

    An Assessment Of The Parameters Controlling Seismic Input For The Design And Construction Of A High-Rise Building: A Case Study For The City Of Sofia

  14. Chapter

    Pages 225-239

    An Estimation of the Maximum Interstory Drift Ratio For Shear-Wall Type Structures

  15. Chapter

    Pages 241-262

    Shake Maps Of Strength And Displacement Demands For Romanian Vrancea Earthquakes

  16. Chapter

    Pages 263-274

    A Comparative Analysis of Accelerographic Records Obtained in the Republic of Moldova and Romania During the 1986 and 1990 Vrancea Earthquakes

  17. Chapter

    Pages 275-286

    An Assessment of Damage Potential and Building Performance Demands for Romanian Vrancea Earthquakes

  18. Chapter

    Pages 287-308

    Estimating An Upper Limit On Prehistoric Peak Ground Acceleration Using The Parameters Of Intact Speleothems In Caves In Southwestern Bulgaria

  19. Chapter

    Pages 309-317

    Mems-Based Data Logger For Seismic Arrays And Structural Health Monitoring

  20. Chapter

    Pages 319-327

    Numerical Solution Of An Elastic Wave Equation Using The Spectral Method

  21. Chapter

    Pages 329-347

    A Comparison Between The Provisions Of Present And Past Romanian Seismic Design Codes Based On Required Structural Overstrength