Book Volume 34 2014
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Perspectives on European Earthquake Engineering and Seismology

Volume 1


ISBN: 978-3-319-07117-6 (Print) 978-3-319-07118-3 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-52

    The Full-Scale Laboratory: The Practice of Post-Earthquake Reconnaissance Missions and Their Contribution to Earthquake Engineering

  3. Chapter

    Pages 53-95

    Rapid Earthquake Loss Assessment After Damaging Earthquakes

  4. Chapter

    Pages 97-130

    Existing Buildings: The New Italian Provisions for Probabilistic Seismic Assessment

  5. Chapter

    Pages 131-177

    Seismic Response of Precast Industrial Buildings

  6. Chapter

    Pages 179-194

    The Role of Site Effects at the Boundary Between Seismology and Engineering: Lessons from Recent Earthquakes

  7. Chapter

    Pages 195-225

    Seismic Analysis and Design of Bridges with an Emphasis to Eurocode Standards

  8. Chapter

    Pages 227-266

    From Performance- and Displacement-Based Assessment of Existing Buildings per EN1998-3 to Design of New Concrete Structures in fib MC2010

  9. Chapter

    Pages 267-307

    Testing Historic Masonry Elements and/or Building Models

  10. Chapter

    Pages 309-330

    Earthquake Risk Reduction: From Scenario Simulators Including Systemic Interdependency to Impact Indicators

  11. Chapter

    Pages 331-359

    Physics-Based Earthquake Ground Shaking Scenarios in Large Urban Areas

  12. Chapter

    Pages 361-400

    A Seismic Performance Classification Framework to Provide Increased Seismic Resilience

  13. Chapter

    Pages 401-428

    Towards Displacement-Based Seismic Design of Modern Unreinforced Masonry Structures

  14. Chapter

    Pages 429-448

    Pushover Analysis for Plan Irregular Building Structures

  15. Chapter

    Pages 449-488

    Recent Development and Application of Seismic Isolation and Energy Dissipation and Conditions for Their Correct Use

  16. Chapter

    Pages 489-514

    Conservation Principles and Performance Based Strengthening of Heritage Buildings in Post-event Reconstruction

  17. Chapter

    Pages 515-532

    Earthquake Risk Assessment: Present Shortcomings and Future Directions

  18. Chapter

    Pages 533-556

    The Role of Pile Diameter on Earthquake-Induced Bending

  19. Chapter

    Pages 557-584

    Predictive Models for Earthquake Response of Clay and Sensitive Clay Slopes

  20. Chapter

    Pages 585-626

    Recent Advances in Seismic Soil Liquefaction Engineering

  21. Chapter

    Pages 627-650

    Seismic Hazard and Seismic Design and Safety Aspects of Large Dam Projects