Engineering » Civil Engineering

Earthquake-Resistant Structures - Design, Assessment and Rehabilitation

Edited by Abbas Moustafa, ISBN 978-953-51-0123-9, 536 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published February 29, 2012 under CC BY 3.0 license
DOI: 10.5772/2460
Edited Volume

This book deals with earthquake-resistant structures, such as, buildings, bridges and liquid storage tanks. It contains twenty chapters covering several interesting research topics written by researchers and experts in the field of earthquake engineering. The book covers seismic-resistance design of masonry and reinforced concrete structures to be constructed as well as safety assessment, strengthening and rehabilitation of existing structures against earthquake loads. It also includes three chapters on electromagnetic sensing techniques for health assessment of structures, post earthquake assessment of steel buildings in fire environment and response of underground pipes to blast loads. The book provides the state-of-the-art on recent progress in earthquake-resistant structures. It should be useful to graduate students, researchers and practicing structural engineers.

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    Adem Solak, Yavuz Selim Tama, Salih Yılmaz and Hasan Kaplan
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  2. Monte Cotugno Dam Monitoring by the Electrical Resistivity Tomography
    Antonio Loperte, Francesco Soldovieri and Vincenzo Lapenna
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  3. Static and seismic bearing capacity of shallow strip footings
    Ernesto Cascone and Orazio Casablanca
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  4. Roles of soil-structure interaction and damping in base-isolated structures built on numerous soil layers overlying a half-space
    C. S. Tsai, C. I. Hsueh and H. C. Su
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