Cumulative damage assessment and strengthening efficacy of masonry buildings in Norcia
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1 October 2018

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Cumulative damage assessment and strengthening efficacy of masonry buildings in Norcia


Cumulative damage assessment and strengthening efficacy of masonry buildings in Norcia
Date published

1 October 2018

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Free

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A report from a project funded by a 2017 EEFIT Research Grant.

This report details seismic damage and assesses the effectiveness of strengthening devices.

Researcher: Valentina Putrino and Dina D’Ayala
Organisation: University College London

This research will improve the existing fragility functions used to evaluate the seismic vulnerability of historic city centres in Italy.

The study of the efficacy of different strengthening solutions has supported the amendment of the Italian seismic code, amongst others, and generated lessons applicable to India, Nepal, Portugal and Greece.

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Format:
pdf
Pages:
28
Publisher:
EEFIT

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Report Grants Masonry Residential Robustness Resilience Structural failure Assessment of Structures Structural analysis EEFIT

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