EEFIT Mission Report: The Amatrice Italy earthquake of August 2016
Date published

1 May 2019

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EEFIT Mission Report: The Amatrice Italy earthquake of August 2016

Report
Date published

1 May 2019

Price

Free

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EEFIT's report covering its mission following the mw 6.2 Amatrice, Italy earthquake, including seismological and geotechnical observations.

The report describes the earthquake sequence of 24 August - 30 October 2016 in central Italy and covers:

  • Ground motion characterisation
  • Seismic site response and geotechnical observations
  • Damage observations and analysis in the urban centres
  • Performance of religious and heritage buildings
  • performance of reinforced concrete structures
  • Performance of bridges
  • Social aspects.


 

 

Additional information

Format:
pdf
Publisher:
EEFIT

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Report Disaster mitigation, management & recovery Resilience Seismic & Vibration EEFIT

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