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Seismic evaluation and rehabilitation of structures, Alper Ilki, Michael N. Fardis, editors

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Seismic evaluation and rehabilitation of structures
Title
Seismic evaluation and rehabilitation of structures
Statement of responsibility
Alper Ilki, Michael N. Fardis, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
In the past, facilities considered to be at the end of their useful life were demolished and replaced with new ones that better met the functional requirements of In the past, facilities considered to be at the end of their useful life were demolished and replaced with new ones that better met the functional requirements of modern society, including new safety standards. Humankind has recently recognised the threats to the environment and to our limited natural resources due to our relentless determination to destroy the old and build anew. With the awareness of these constraints and the emphasis on sustainability, in future the majority of old structures will be retrofitted to extend their service life as long as feasible. In keeping with this new approach, the EU's Construction Products Regulation 305/2011, which is the basis of the Eurocodes, included the sustainable use of resources as an "Essential Requirement" for construction. So, the forthcoming second generation of EN-Eurocodes will cover not only the design of new structures, but the rehabilitation of existing ones as well. Most of the existing building stock and civil infrastructures are seismically deficient. When the time comes for a decision to prolong their service life with the help of structural and architectural upgrading, seismic retrofitting may be needed. Further, it is often decided to enhance the earthquake resistance of facilities that still meet their functional requirements and fulfil their purpose, if they are not earthquake-safe. In order to decide how badly a structure needs seismic upgrading or to prioritise it in a population of structures, a seismic evaluation is needed, which also serves as a guide for the extent and type of strengthening. Seismic codes do not sufficiently cover the delicate phase of seismic evaluation nor the many potential technical options for seismic upgrading; therefore research is on-going and the state-of-the-art is constantly evolving. All the more so as seismic evaluation and rehabilitation demand considerable expertise, to make best use of the available safety margins in the existing structure, to adapt the engineering capabilities and techniques at hand to the particularities of a project, to minimise disruption of use, etc. Further, as old structures are very diverse in terms of their materials and layout, seismic retrofitting does not lend itself to straightforward codified procedures or cook-book approaches. As such, seismic evaluation and rehabilitation need the best that the current state-of-the-art can offer on all aspects of earthquake engineering. This volume serves this need, as it gathers the most recent research of top seismic experts from around the world on seismic evaluation, retrofitting and closely related subjects
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Dewey number
693.8/52
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Ilki, Alper
  • Fardis, M. N.
Series statement
Geotechnical, geological and earthquake engineering,
Series volume
v. 26
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  • Buildings
  • Earthquake resistant design
Label
Seismic evaluation and rehabilitation of structures, Alper Ilki, Michael N. Fardis, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
1. Surrealism in Facing the Earthquake Risk / Mete A. Sözen -- 2. Rapid Seismic Assessment Procedures for the Turkish Building Stock / Ahmet Yakut [and others] -- 3. Post-Earthquake Risk-Based Decision Making Methodology for Turkish School Buildings / Ufuk Yazgan and Reşat Atalay Oyguç -- 4. Proposed Vulnerability Functions to Estimate the Real Damage State of RC Buildings after Major Turkish Earthquakes / Ulgen Mert Tugsal and Beyza Taskin -- 5. Probabilistic Path Finding Method for Post-Disaster Risk Estimation / Florin Leon and Gabriela M. Atanasiu -- 6. Seismic Behaviour of Thin-Bed Layered Unreinforced Clay Masonry Shear Walls Including Soundproofing Elements / Christophe Mordant [and others] -- 7. Assessing Seismic Vulnerability of Unreinforced Masonry Walls Using Elasto-Plastic Damage Model / Basheer H. Al-Gohi [and others] -- 8. Implementation of Experimentally Developed Methodology for Seismic Strengthening and Repair of Historic Monuments / Veronika Shendova [and others] -- 9. Shaking Table Tests of a Full-scale Two-Storey Predamaged Natural Stone Building Retrofitted with the Multi-Axial Hybrid Textile System Eq-grid / Lothar Stempniewski and Moritz Urban -- 10. Application of Mesh Reinforced Mortar for Performance Enhancement of Hollow Clay Tile Infill Walls / Pourang Ezzatfar [and others] -- 11. Shake Table Tests on Deficient RC Buildings Strengthened Using Post-Tensioned Metal Straps / Reyes Garcia [and others] -- 12. Bond Strength of Lap Splices in FRP and TRM Confined Concrete: Behaviour and Design / Dionysios Bournas and Thanasis Triantafillou -- 13. Finite Element Modeling of Seismic Performance of Low Strength Concrete Exterior Beam-Column Joints / Danish Ahmed [and others] -- 14. Experimental Behavior of Non-Conforming Full Scale RC Beam-Column Joints Retrofitted with FRP / Andrea Prota [and others] -- 15. Seismic Rehabilitation of Concrete Buildings by Converting Frame Bays into RC Walls / Michael N. Fardis, Antonis Schetakis, and Elias Strepelias -- 16. Pseudo-Dynamic Tests of 4-Storey Non-Ductile Frames with RC Infilling of the Bay / Elias Strepelias [and others] -- 17. RC Infilling of Existing RC Structures for Seismic Retrofitting / Christis Z. Chrysostomou [and others] -- 18. Hybrid Control of a 3-D Structure by using Semi-Active Dampers / Gürsoy Turan -- 19. Substructured Pseudo-Dynamic Tests on Seismic Response Control of Soft-First-Story Buildings / Hideto Kanno, Tetsuya Nishida, and Jun Kobayashi -- 20. Towards Robust Behavioral Modeling of Reinforced Concrete Members / Kutay Orakcal -- 21. Earthquake Engineering Experimental Facility for Research and Public Outreach / Ece Eseller-Bayat, Seda Gokyer, and Mishac K. Yegian -- 22. Physical Modeling for the Evaluation of the Seismic Behavior of Square Tunnels / Grigorios Tsinidis [and others] -- 23. Susceptibility of Shallow Foundation to Rocking and Sliding Movements during Seismic Loading / Charles Heron, Stuart Haigh, and Gopal Madabhushi -- 24. Centrifuge Modeling of Liquefaction Effects on Shallow Foundations / Andreia Sofia Pedroso da Silva Marques [and others] -- 25. Stability Control of Rafted Pile Foundation against Soil Liquefaction / Ahmed Mohammed Youssef Mohammed and Koichi Maekawa -- 26. Experimental Assessment of Seismic Pile-Soil-Interaction / Armando L. Simonelli [and others] -- 27. Experimental Investigation of Dynamic Behaviour of Cantilever Retaining Walls / Panos Kloukinos [and others] -- Index
Control code
ocn858763881
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Extent
1 online resource (xix, 497 pages)
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319004587
Level of compression
unknown
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-00458-7
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
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not applicable
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unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)858763881
Label
Seismic evaluation and rehabilitation of structures, Alper Ilki, Michael N. Fardis, editors
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
1. Surrealism in Facing the Earthquake Risk / Mete A. Sözen -- 2. Rapid Seismic Assessment Procedures for the Turkish Building Stock / Ahmet Yakut [and others] -- 3. Post-Earthquake Risk-Based Decision Making Methodology for Turkish School Buildings / Ufuk Yazgan and Reşat Atalay Oyguç -- 4. Proposed Vulnerability Functions to Estimate the Real Damage State of RC Buildings after Major Turkish Earthquakes / Ulgen Mert Tugsal and Beyza Taskin -- 5. Probabilistic Path Finding Method for Post-Disaster Risk Estimation / Florin Leon and Gabriela M. Atanasiu -- 6. Seismic Behaviour of Thin-Bed Layered Unreinforced Clay Masonry Shear Walls Including Soundproofing Elements / Christophe Mordant [and others] -- 7. Assessing Seismic Vulnerability of Unreinforced Masonry Walls Using Elasto-Plastic Damage Model / Basheer H. Al-Gohi [and others] -- 8. Implementation of Experimentally Developed Methodology for Seismic Strengthening and Repair of Historic Monuments / Veronika Shendova [and others] -- 9. Shaking Table Tests of a Full-scale Two-Storey Predamaged Natural Stone Building Retrofitted with the Multi-Axial Hybrid Textile System Eq-grid / Lothar Stempniewski and Moritz Urban -- 10. Application of Mesh Reinforced Mortar for Performance Enhancement of Hollow Clay Tile Infill Walls / Pourang Ezzatfar [and others] -- 11. Shake Table Tests on Deficient RC Buildings Strengthened Using Post-Tensioned Metal Straps / Reyes Garcia [and others] -- 12. Bond Strength of Lap Splices in FRP and TRM Confined Concrete: Behaviour and Design / Dionysios Bournas and Thanasis Triantafillou -- 13. Finite Element Modeling of Seismic Performance of Low Strength Concrete Exterior Beam-Column Joints / Danish Ahmed [and others] -- 14. Experimental Behavior of Non-Conforming Full Scale RC Beam-Column Joints Retrofitted with FRP / Andrea Prota [and others] -- 15. Seismic Rehabilitation of Concrete Buildings by Converting Frame Bays into RC Walls / Michael N. Fardis, Antonis Schetakis, and Elias Strepelias -- 16. Pseudo-Dynamic Tests of 4-Storey Non-Ductile Frames with RC Infilling of the Bay / Elias Strepelias [and others] -- 17. RC Infilling of Existing RC Structures for Seismic Retrofitting / Christis Z. Chrysostomou [and others] -- 18. Hybrid Control of a 3-D Structure by using Semi-Active Dampers / Gürsoy Turan -- 19. Substructured Pseudo-Dynamic Tests on Seismic Response Control of Soft-First-Story Buildings / Hideto Kanno, Tetsuya Nishida, and Jun Kobayashi -- 20. Towards Robust Behavioral Modeling of Reinforced Concrete Members / Kutay Orakcal -- 21. Earthquake Engineering Experimental Facility for Research and Public Outreach / Ece Eseller-Bayat, Seda Gokyer, and Mishac K. Yegian -- 22. Physical Modeling for the Evaluation of the Seismic Behavior of Square Tunnels / Grigorios Tsinidis [and others] -- 23. Susceptibility of Shallow Foundation to Rocking and Sliding Movements during Seismic Loading / Charles Heron, Stuart Haigh, and Gopal Madabhushi -- 24. Centrifuge Modeling of Liquefaction Effects on Shallow Foundations / Andreia Sofia Pedroso da Silva Marques [and others] -- 25. Stability Control of Rafted Pile Foundation against Soil Liquefaction / Ahmed Mohammed Youssef Mohammed and Koichi Maekawa -- 26. Experimental Assessment of Seismic Pile-Soil-Interaction / Armando L. Simonelli [and others] -- 27. Experimental Investigation of Dynamic Behaviour of Cantilever Retaining Walls / Panos Kloukinos [and others] -- Index
Control code
ocn858763881
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 497 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319004587
Level of compression
unknown
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-00458-7
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)858763881

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