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ILEE-QuakeCoRE proposed Shake-Table Test of A Low-Damage concrete Wall Building
The increasing need to reduce damage and downtime of modern buildings in addition to life-safety has led to the development of the low-damage design philosophy where the earthquakes can be resisted by structures with damage ...
Experimental Evaluation of Alternative Low Damange Solutions for Reinforced Concrete Walls
Four half-scale concrete walls with different low damage solutions are currently being tested at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Low damage alternatives were selected based on literature review and discussion with ...
Smart Seismic Cities
(Quake CoRE, 2017)
Introduction The effectiveness of disaster planning and post-disaster response efforts is heavily reliant on the rapid availability of situational information, such as high-level estimations of extents of damage, loss of ...
Key Parmeters in Pre-Event Data Collection for Emergency Response and Seismic Loss Estimation for Buildings
Abstract This study provides a simplified methodology for pre-event data collection to support a faster and more accurate seismic loss estimation. Existing pre-event data collection frameworks are reviewed. Data gathered ...