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Vulnerability assessment of the historical masonry building typologies of Vittorio Veneto (NE Italy)

Bernardini, A; Valluzzi, MR; Modena, C; D'Ayala, D; Speranza, E; (2008) Vulnerability assessment of the historical masonry building typologies of Vittorio Veneto (NE Italy). Bollettino di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata , 49 (3-4) 463 - 483.

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Abstract

The vulnerability assessment of the different buildings identified in the historical centre of Vittorio Veneto (NE Italy) is here proposed. The preliminary classification of the masonry building typologies allowed us to identify the main, typical characteristics affecting the seismic vulnerability of existing structures. The analysis is performed at a global level for the whole centre and then focused on the oldest and most vulnerable part, namely Serravalle. Two procedures, developed at the University of Padova and the University of Bath, both based on the macro-modelling approach, have been used. The prediction of damage scenarios obtained through fragility curves calibrated on the EMS98 damage classification and on the parameters obtained by the AeDES survey form, is also discussed. © 2008 - OGS.

Type:Article
Title:Vulnerability assessment of the historical masonry building typologies of Vittorio Veneto (NE Italy)
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering

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