Proceedings of the International Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics (inbunden)
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1st ed. 2019
Springer International Publishing AG
Rupakhety, Rajesh (ed.), Olafsson, Simon (ed.), Bessason, Bjarni (ed.)
195 farbige Tabellen 55 schwarz-weiße und 221 farbige Abbildungen Bibliographie
195 Tables, color; 186 Illustrations, color; 86 Illustrations, black and white; XIV, 510 p. 272 illu
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Proceedings of the International Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics (inbunden)

Proceedings of the International Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics

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This book includes a collection of chapters that were presented at the International Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics (ICESD), held in Reykjavik, Iceland between 12-14 June 2017. The contributions address a wide spectrum of subjects related to wind engineering, earthquake engineering, and structural dynamics. Dynamic behavior of ultra long span bridges that are discussed in this volume represent one of the most challenging and ambitious contemporary engineering projects. Concepts, principles, and applications of earthquake engineering are presented in chapters addressing various aspects such as ground motion modelling, hazard analysis, structural analysis and identification, design and detailing of structures, risk due to non-structural components, and risk communication and mitigation. The presented chapters represent the state-of-the-art in these fields as well as the most recent developments.
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Rajesh Rupakhety is a professor at the Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty at the University of Iceland, and Director of Research at the Earthquake Engineering Research Centre of the University of Iceland. He obtained his BS in Civil Engineering from Tribhuwan University, Nepal, his MSc in Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology from the University of Pavia, Italy and the University of Patras, Greece, and a PhD in Earthquake Engineering from the University of Iceland. Areas of his academic interest are solid and fluid mechanics, structural analysis and design, engineering seismology, and earthquake engineering. Within the fields of solid and fluid mechanics, he has hands on experience in design and construction of hydropower systems. He has professional and research experience in analysis and design of structures for seismic action. In engineering seismology, his research activities include processing of strong motion data, modelling of inelastic response spectra, theoretical and empirical ground motion modelling and prediction, modelling of ground motion random field, quantification of near-fault ground motion, local site effects, and soil amplification. He is also active in use of historical and macroseismic data, probabilistic and deterministic seismic hazard assessment, and seismic hazard assessment for facilities storing hazardous mining waste, and seismic design provisions for hydropower and wind power plants in Iceland. His primary teaching activities are in continuum mechanics, computational mechanics, finite element analysis, structural dynamics, stochastic processes and random vibration, and earthquake engineering. Simon Olafsson is a research professor and the Director of the Earthquake Engineering Research Centre of the University of Iceland, Selfoss. He received his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from the same university in 1981 and his MSc degree in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California in 1990. In 1999, he earned his PhD on the dynamics of structures and response to earthquake loading from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway. During the 1980s, he worked with Professor Ragnar Sigbjoernsson on various instrumentation projects and, most notably, the establishment of the Icelandic Strong Motion Network. His main research interests are engineering seismology and earthquake engineering. His ongoing research projects deal with strong-motion monitoring and signal processing, source mechanics, ground motion modelling using stochastic, discrete time models, earthquake hazard, and system identification. Bjarni Bessason (born 1957), finished a PhD in Earthquake Engineering at the Norwegian Institute of Technology in Trondheim in 1992. He worked from 1991 to 1995 at the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI) in Oslo and then moved to Iceland where he currently is a Professor in Civil Engineering at University of Iceland. Bjarni has a wide background in structural and earthquake engineering in both research and consulting projects. Main fields of work have been related to: seismic vulnerability analysis; seismic hazard analysis; seismic base isolation; earthquake response analysis; system identification; geophysical characterisation of sites by seismic investigations (SASW, MASW); vibrations from railway, car traffic, pedistrians and blasts; detection analysis of snow avalanches with wave measurements. He is an author/co-author of over 150 scientific papers and technical reports.


1. Seismic Capacity Reduction Factors for a RC Beam and two RC Columns 2. Characterization of the wave field around an existing end-supported pontoon bridge from simulated data 3. Prediction the Seismic Demands of Tall Buildings Using An Adaptive Force-based Multi-mode Pushover Analysis4. Ambient vibration testing of a 3-storey substandard RC building at different levels of structural seismic damage5. Identification of Rational Functions with a forced vibration technique using random motion histories.6. Seismic Design Procedure for Staggered Steel Plate Shear Wall7. Single-Degree-of-Freedom Analytical Predictive Models for Lead-Core Bearing Devices8. Floor spectra for analysis of acceleration-sensitive equipment in buildings9. Finite element model updating of a long span suspension bridge10. Cyclic capacity of dowel connections11. Experimental Study of New Angle Steel Buckling Restrained Braced Restrained12. The Ranges of Uncertainty among the Use of NGA-West1 and NGA-West 2 Ground Motion Prediction Equations13. Ductile Knee-Braced Frames for Seismic Applications14. Awareness on Seismic Risk: How can Augmented Reality help?15. Seismic Rehabilitation of Masonry Heritage Structures with Base-Isolation and FRP Laminates - A Case Study Comparison16. The Evaluation of Nonlinear Seismic Demands of RC Shear Wall Buildings using a Modified Response Spectrum Analysis Procedure17. Application of MASW in the South Iceland Seismic Zone18. Seismic Fragility Assessment of Reinforced Concrete High-rise Buildings using the Uncoupled Modal Response History Analysis (UMRHA)19. Seismic Response Control of Isolated Bridges Including Soil-Structure Interaction20. Damage observations following the Mw 7.8 2016 Kaikoura earthquake21. Performance of base isolated bridges in recent South Iceland earthquakes22. How to survive earthquakes: the example of Norcia23. System Identification of a Residential Building in Kathmandu Using Aftershocks of 2015 Gorkha Earthquake and Triggered Noise Data24. From seismic input to damage scenario: an example for the pilot area of Mt. Etna volcano (Italy) in KnowRISK Project25. Shaping favorable beliefs to seismic protection through risk communication: A pilot-experience in two Lisbon (Portugal) schools26. Between Perception and Knowledge: the construction of the Italian questionnaire to assess the KnowRISK Project actions27. New Design Spectral Acceleration of Soft and Deep Deposits in Bangkok28. The participatory risk communication action of the KnowRISK project: Italy29. Systematic methodology for planning and evaluation of a multi-source geohazard monitoring system. Application of a reusable template.30. Development of a common (European) tool to assess earthquake risk communication31. KnowRISK on Seismic Risk Communication: the set-up of a participatory strategy32. The dynamic intelligent bridge: A new concept in bridge dynamics33. Seismic risk communication: how to assess it? The case of Lisbon pilot-area. 34. On the manifestation of ground motion model differences on seismic hazard in North Iceland35. Bayesian Heirarchial model of peak ground acceleration for the Icelandic strong-motion arrarys36. Towards an automated Kappa measurement procedure37. Monitoring and Damage Detection of a 70-year-old Suspension Bridge -OElfusa Bridge in Selfoss, Case Study38. Seismic performance of non-structural elements assessed through shake table tests: The KnowRISK room set-up39. KnowRISK Practical Guide for mitigation of seismic risk due to non-structural components40. A study of rigid blocks rocking against rigid walls