Soil-structure interaction effects on seismic damage of frame-wall dual systems

Author: Christos Petridis

Date published

1 July 2019

Price
Free

Soil-structure interaction effects on seismic damage of frame-wall dual systems

Case Study
Date published

1 July 2019

Author

Christos Petridis

Price

Free

Author

Christos Petridis

This research examines the damaging effects on reinforced concrete dual buildings, triggered by soil-structure interaction.

Updated 12 March 2020

In this presentation from the 21st Young Researchers Conference, Christos Petridis of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki discusses his research, covering:

  • Quanityfing Soil Structure Interaction (SSI) and unfavourable behaviour
  • Relocation of maximum interstorey drift due to SSI
  • Vulnerability and loss curves for flexible base buildings
  • Damage transfer from sheer wall to frame
  • Potential applications of the research

Soil-structure interaction effects on seismic damage of frame-wall dual systems

Additional information

Format:
Video
Video Length:
00:14:11
Publisher:
IStructE

Tags

Concrete - reinforced Research & Innovation Case Study Soils and Earth Frame Wall Seismic & Vibration Video Research Panel

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