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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Volume 1
SEISMIC HAZARD AND ALPINE VALLEY RESPONSE ANALYSIS : GENERIC VALLEY
CONFIGURATIONS .........................................................................................................................................................................................1
C. Lacave, F. Lemeille
SEISMIC HAZARD OF TEHRAN BASED ON SEISMIC REHABILITATION CODE FOR EXISTING
BUILDINGS IN IRAN .......................................................................................................................................................................................8
G. Ghodrati Amiri, S. A. Razavian Amrei
STRONG-MOTION RECORDS SELECTION FOR STRUCTURAL TESTING ..................................................................................16
J. Douglas
THE NONLINEAR TORSIONAL RESPONSE OF STRUCTURES UNDER EARTHQUAKE EFFECT WITH
ROTATIONAL COMPONENT .....................................................................................................................................................................26
D. Guney, M. H. Boduroglu
CONSTANT DUCTILITY RESPONSE SPECTRUM BASED ON CONSTANT YIELD DISPLACEMENT
CONCEPT.........................................................................................................................................................................................................36
M. Safar, A. Ghobarah
A SIMPLIFIED DEFORMATION-BASED SEISMIC VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT APPROACH.........................................44
M. Safar, A. Ghobarah
GEOTECHNICAL RISK WITH THE URBAN EXPANSION OF THE COASTAL METROPOLE OF GREATER
BEIRUT .............................................................................................................................................................................................................50
J. Harb
STOCHASTIC FINITE-FAULT MODELING OF STRONG-MOTION RECORDS FROM THE 2003 BAM
EARTHQUAKE IN IRAN...............................................................................................................................................................................61
A. Nicknam, S. Yaghmaei, A. Yazdani
STOCHASTIC SIMULATION OF STRONG MOTION RECORD FROM THE 26TH DECEMBER 2003 BAM
EARTHQUAKE ...............................................................................................................................................................................................68
A. Nicknam, A. Yazdani, S. Yagmaei
ASSESSMENT OF CONSTITUTIVE LAWS FOR THE SEISMIC FAULT...........................................................................................74
L. F. F. Miguel, J. D. Riera
SEISMIC UP-GRADING OF EXISTING STRUCTURES THROUGH THE INTRODUCTION OF EXTERNAL
DAMPERS.........................................................................................................................................................................................................84
R. O. Curadelli, J. D. Riera, L. F. F. Miguel
ON THE APPLICABILITY OF ONE-DIMENSIONAL CRUSTAL STRUCTURES FOR GROUND-MOTION
SIMULATION ..................................................................................................................................................................................................93
J. Douglas, H. Aochi, P. Suhadolc, G. Costa
PREDICTION OF NEAR FIELD STRONG GROUND MOTIONS FOR FUTURE EARTHQUAKE ON AN
ACTIVE FAULT ............................................................................................................................................................................................100
H. Wang, L. Xie, X. Tao
DECEMBER 26, 2004 GREAT SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE: A POST- TSUNAMI AND EARTHQUAKE
SURVEY IN AND AROUND ANDAMAN & NICOBAR .........................................................................................................................107
D. Shanker
THE 1356 BASEL EARTHQUAKE FROM A HISTORICAL POINT OF VIEW: OLD WINE IN NEW
WINESKINS? NEW DATA TO GAIN NEW INSIGHT! .........................................................................................................................114
M. Gisler, G. Schwarz-Zanetti, D. Fih, V. Masciadri, D. Rippmann
THE INFLUENCE OF VERTICAL MORTAR JOINTS ON THE SEISMIC STRENTH OF UNREINFORCED
BRICK WALLS..............................................................................................................................................................................................119
M. R. Maheri, A. R. Rajabi, M. A. Najafgholipour-Haghighi
EXPLORING THE CONCEPT OF SEISMIC RESILIENCE FOR ACUTE CARE FACILITIES....................................................129
M. Bruneau, A. Reinhorn
EARTHQUAKE DISPLACEMENTS SETTING FOR STRUCTURES CALCULATINGS AND EARTHQUAKE
SCALES...........................................................................................................................................................................................................139
L. Dmitrovskaya, A. Uzdin
SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF CABLE-STAYED BRIDGES WITH ADDITIONAL PASSIVE DISSIPATION
DEVICES: A STATE-OF-THE-ART REVIEW.........................................................................................................................................147
G. Valdebenito, A. Aparicio
DISPLACEMENT-BASED SEISMIC DESIGN OF STRUCTURES WITH SIGNIFICANT HIGHER MODE
CONTRIBUTION...........................................................................................................................................................................................157
J. Humar, M. Ghorbanie-Asl, F. Pina
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF ACCORDION METALLIC DAMPER (AMD)...................................................................................167
M. Motamedi, F. Nateghi-A
DETECTION OF THE ECCENTRICITY VARIATION IN NONLINEAR RESPONSE USING ARTIFICIAL
NEURAL NETWORKS.................................................................................................................................................................................177
N. Bourahla, T. Boukhamacha, S. Tafraout
CRITICAL REVIEW OF CODE PROVISIONS FOR ESTIMATION OF PROBABLE FLEXURAL STRENGTH
OF R/C BEAMS..............................................................................................................................................................................................185
C. Aydemir, M. S. Kircil, M. Eser, M. Zorbozan
COMPLIANT LIQUID COLUMN DAMPERS FOR CONTROL OF SEISMICALLY EXCITED SHORT
PERIOD STRUCTURES...............................................................................................................................................................................195
A. Ghosh, B. Basu
DESIGN FORCE RATIO SPECTRUM FOR PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN IN CASE OF MULTIPLE
EVENTS ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................205
S. Das, V. K. Gupta, R. P. Kumar
APPLICATION OF BASE ISOLATION TO A LARGE HOSPITAL BUILDING...............................................................................214
L. Di Sarno, B. De Risi, C. Mascolo
BRACING SYSTEMS FOR SEISMIC RETROFITTING OF STEEL FRAMES .................................................................................224
L. Di Sarno, A. S. Elnashai
RESPONSE OF BASE-ISOLATED BUILDINGS INCORPORATING FLUID VISCOUS DEVICES TO NEARFAULT EARTHQUAKES ............................................................................................................................................................................233
S. Sorace, G. Terenzi
INVESTIGATION OF USING THE EFFICIENCY FACTOR FOR CONCRETE CONTRIBUTION TO SHEAR
STRENGTH OF RC BEAMS SUBJECTED TO CYCLIC LOADING ..................................................................................................241
G. Arslan
GENERALISED SEISMIC-INDUCED STRUCTURAL DAMAGE PREDICTION USING ARTIFICAL
NEURAL NETWORKS.................................................................................................................................................................................246
O. De Lautour, P. Omenzetter
POTENTIAL FOR LARGE DESTRUCTIVE EARTHQUAKE IN WESTERN ALGERIA:
PALEOSEISMOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ..........................................................................................................................................255
Y. Bouhadad
PREDICTED AND OBSERVED PGA VALUES IN THE BOUMERDES (ALGERIA) AREA..........................................................260
Y. Bouhadad, A. Slimani, N. Laouami
VALIDATION OF A NEW ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE FOR THE DERIVATION OF DISPLACEMENTBASED VULNERABILITY CURVES ........................................................................................................................................................263
T. Rossetto
SEISMIC HAZARD PREDICTION IN SOME PROVINCES OF IRAN USING FUZZY LOGIC ....................................................273
A. Noorzad, A. Noorzad, N. Zamani
AMBIENT VIBRATION MEASUREMENTS IN AQABA CITY, JORDAN ........................................................................................279
A. Khasawneh, H. Al Nimry, T. Al Hadid, C. Lacave
PARAMETRIC SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION TECHNIQUE FOR DAMAGE DETECTION OF
MULTISTOREYED SHEAR BUILDING ..................................................................................................................................................291
A. Dutta, S. K. Deb, M. Medhi
A SEISMIC SAFETY VERIFICATION METHOD FOR STEEL BRIDGES WITH H-SECTION MEMBERS .............................301
T. Usami, X. Ma
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SEISMIC ISOLATION CODES WORLDWIDE PART I: DESIGN SPECTRUM .....................311
D. Feng, W. Liu, K. Masuda, S. Wang, S. Huan
EVALUATION OF NONLINEAR STATIC ANALYSIS FOR ESTIMATING OF TARGET DISPLACEMENT ..........................321
A. Keyvani, M. Sadeghazar
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SEISMIC ISOLATION CODES WORLDWIDE PART II: RESPONSE
ANALYSIS ......................................................................................................................................................................................................327
W. Liu, D. Feng, K. Masuda, S. Wang, Q. Yang
ADVANCED APPLICATIONS OF THE P25 SCORING METHOD FOR THE RAPID ASSESSMENT OF RC
BUILDINGS ....................................................................................................................................................................................................337
I. E. Bal, S. Tezcan, G. Gulay
PERFORMANCE BASED DESIGN USING FORCE REDUCTION AND DISPLACEMENT AMPLIFICATION
FACTORS FOR RCMRF..............................................................................................................................................................................347
M. Mahmoudi
SEISMIC INVESTIGATION SITING PROCESS FOR A CERCLA WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY............................................355
J. Beavers
PUSHOVER ANALYSIS OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS WITH FLEXIBLE FLOOR
DIAPHRAGM.................................................................................................................................................................................................364
S. K. Deb, G. V. Kumar
INTERPRETATION OF THE RESULTS OF PSD TESTING ON A FULL-SIZE RC PLAN-WISE IRREGULAR
BUILDING ......................................................................................................................................................................................................374
E. Mola, P. Negro
PERFORMANCE-BASED ENGINEERING CONCEPTS: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE ..........................................................384
P. Negro, E. Mola
REGIONAL DIFFERENCES IN TSUNAMI RISK PERCEPTION - A COMPARATIVE STUDY ..................................................394
T. Kurita, R. N. Colombage
A STUDY ON SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF PRECAST REINFORCED CONCRETE WALLS...........................................................403
Y. J. Chiou, Y. W. Liou, C. C. Huang
ANALYSIS OF SEISMIC RESPONSE OF METAL STRUCTURES AND STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS ......................................411
V. Vukasinovic, G. Necevska-Cvetanovska, D. Kozinakov
DESIGN OF A PILED FOUNDATION IN A SEISMIC AREA AND SOIL PRONE TO LIQUEFACTION....................................418
G. Anagnostides, T. Uzunoglu
SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF IRREGULAR MASONRY WALLS..........................................................................................................427
N. Augenti
FIELD SURVEYS IN ITALY: THE QUEST EXPERIENCE ..................................................................................................................434
A. Tertulliani
THE M=6.3 EARTHQUAKE OF JANUARY 13 (1804) IN MOTRIL (SPAIN).....................................................................................442
A. Posadas, F. Vidal, M. Navarro
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PGV AND RESPONSE SPECTRAL ORDINATES...........................................................................450
J. E. Alarcon, E. Booth, J. J. Bommer
SOIL, PILE GROUP AND BUILDING INTERACTIONS UNDER SEISMIC LOADING.................................................................460
D. Clouteau, R. Taherzadeh
FUNDAMENTALS OF OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE-BASED SEISMIC DESIGN ..........................................................................470
H. Moghaddam, I. Hajirasouliha
SEISMIC LANDSLIDE HAZARD ASSESSMENT – ANALYTICAL AND OBSERVATIONAL APPROACHES ........................480
R. Chowdhury, S. Sarma, P. Flentje
DEVELOPMENT OF FRAGILITY CURVES FOR UNREINFORCED MASONRY BUILDINGS BEFORE AND
AFTER UPGRADING USING ANALYTICAL METHOD......................................................................................................................489
K. Karimi, A. Bakhshi
LATERAL EARTH PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION IN A LARGE GROUP PILE CAUSED BY FLOW OF
LIQUEFIED SANDY GROUND ..................................................................................................................................................................498
V. Sesov, I. Towhata, R. Motamed
NEFOREEE - PERFORMANCE BENCHMARK OF THREE MAJOR EUROPEAN SHAKING TABLES...................................507
R. Bairrao, M. J. Falcao Silva, P. Carydis, H. Mouzakis, L. Karapitta, J. C. Queval
SLOSHING LOADS IN CONE ROOF TANKS WITH INSUFFICIENT FREEBOARD ....................................................................517
P. K. Malhotra
EARTHQUAKE RISK MAP OF EUROPE ................................................................................................................................................523
P. Malhotra, L. Jacobs, C. Deneff, F. Tamanini, R. McGuire
UNSCALED REAL RECORD SETS COMPLIANT WITH EUROCODE 8.........................................................................................528
I. Iervolino, G. Maddaloni, E. Cosenza
SEISMIC EVALUATION AND RETROFIT OF 153 GAS STATIONS IN CITY OF TEHRAN .......................................................537
F. Nateghielahi, A. Froughi
SEISMIC EVALUATION AND RETROFITTING OF AN OLD CONCRETE BUILDING ..............................................................547
F. Danesh, M. Esfandi Sarafraz
SEISMIC DAMAGE MAPS FOR DISASTER MANAGEMENT USE IN URBAN AREAS IN DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES...................................................................................................................................................................................................557
F. Nateghielahi, R. Nematolahi
SEISMIC VULNERABILITY OF MUSTAPHA PACHA HOSPITAL OF ALGIERS.........................................................................567
M. N. Farsi, M. Belazougui
RETROFITTING AND STRENGTHENING QUALITY EVALUATION FROM RIGIDITY VARIATIONS OF A
DAMAGED BUILDING................................................................................................................................................................................574
M. N. Farsi, J. L. Chatelain, B. Buillier, S. A. Zermout
TEST OF ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE IN BARCELONA CITY...........................................................................................................582
R. Franklin, O. Caselles, J. A. Canas, L. Pujades, J. Clapes, F. Garcia, X. Lana, M. D. Martinez
QUALATATIVE AND QUANTATIVE SEISMIC EVALUATION OF R/C STRUCTURES IN
PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS .....................................................................................................................................................................591
F. Nateghi-A, A. Rezaei-Tabrizi
MODELING OF EMBANKMENT FLEXIBILITY AND SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION IN INTEGRAL
BRIDGES ........................................................................................................................................................................................................601
A. Kotsoglou, S. Pantazopoulou
VIBRATION BASED SEISMIC DAMAGE “RECONSTRUCTION” OF R/C STRUCTURES .........................................................611
S. Kokot, Z. Zembaty
TUNED MASS DAMPERS TO CONTROL THE BASE-ISOLATED BENCHMARK BUILDING MODEL..................................619
B. Palazzo, L. Petti, M. De Iuliis
EFFECT OF MODE TRUNCATION IN SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF BUILDINGS: PHYSICAL
INTERPRETATION......................................................................................................................................................................................629
M. Dhileep, P. R. Bose, A. Verma
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF RC BEAM-COLUMNS JOINTS RETROFITTED USING LIGHT RC JACKET
– EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ........................................................................................................................................................................635
C. Karayannis, G. Sirkelis, C. Chalioris
SITE EFFECT ESTIMATION FROM MICROTREMORS AND SEISMIC STRONG MOTION ....................................................644
N. Laouami, A. Slimani, N. Benkaci, Y. Bouadad
A CRITICAL LOOK ABOUT PENALTY ON THE RESTRICTION OF THE HEIGHT OF RC FRAME
STRUCTURE DESIGNED BY ALGERIAN CODE RPA99/VER. 2003 BY USING THE CAPACITY
SPECTRUM METHOD (CSM)....................................................................................................................................................................653
F. Bakhti, S. A. Zermout, M. Inukai, Y. Mehani, T. Azuhata, T. Saito
A SIMPLE PROCEDURE FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF SEISMIC DRIFT RESPONSE OF BUILDING
STRUCTURES LOCATED IN SEISMICALLY ACTIVE AND NEAR-FAULT REGIONS ..............................................................663
B. Ozturk
A NEW APPROACH FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NONLINEAR DISPLACEMENT RESPONSE
SPECTRA IN TURKEY ................................................................................................................................................................................672
B. Ozturk
INVESTIGATION OF THE CONCEPT OF GROUND VELOCITY INCREMENT, DV AND ITS EFFECTS ON
THE NONLINEAR DISPLACEMENT RESPONSE OF SINGLE-DEGREE-OF-FREEDOM (SDOF) SYSTEMS........................680
B. Ozturk
SEISMIC RESPONSE ANALYSIS FOR THE LONG SPAN BRIDGES WITH HIGH PIERS..........................................................688
K. H. Wang, Q. Li
IMPROVEMENT OF SEISMIC RESISTANCE OF ADOBE STRUCTURES .....................................................................................694
M. S. Islam, K. Honda, K. Iwashita
EXPERIMENTAL ASSESSMENT CHRACTERISTICS OF A NEW PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BRIDGE
UNDER VARIOUS EXCITATION..............................................................................................................................................................704
Y. Zaslavsky, I. Minkin, M. Rabinovich, N. Perelman
SISMOA : A SIMPLIFIED METHOD TO ASSESS THE SEISMIC VULNERABILITY OF EXISTING
BRIDGES ........................................................................................................................................................................................................714
D. Davi, P. Schmiti, P. Marchand
THE PERFORMANCE OF INTEGRAL-ABUTMENT BRIDGES AND THE GEOTENSILE
REINFORCEMENT BACK-FILL SYSTEMS UNDER NEAR FIELD EARTHQUAKE LOADING ...............................................724
S. Nayeri, M. Yousefzadh, J. Safadoust, M. Barghian, F. Akhoundi
Volume 2
INTERPRETATION OF MICROTREMOR H/V RATIO IN MULTILAYERED MEDIA: A STUDY AT HAIFA
BAY, ISRAEL .................................................................................................................................................................................................732
Y. Zaslavsky, M. Gorstein, T. Aksinenko, M. Kalmanovich, G. Ataev, V. Giller, H. Dan, D. Giller, N. Perelman, I. Livshits, A.
Shvartsburg
HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS OF COLLAPSIBLE LOESS SOIL IN SEISMIC ACTIVE AREAS..................................................741
N. Mavlyanova
VIRTUAL FORCE CONTROL METHOD FOR REAL-TIME SUBSTRUCTURE TESTING WITH IMPLICIT
INTEGRATION ALGORITHMS ................................................................................................................................................................748
B. Wu, Q. Wang, J. Ou
SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF PRECAST COLUMN-TO-FOUNDATION GROUTED SLEEVE CONNECTIONS ........................759
P. Riva, A. Belleri
SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF STAGGERED TRUSS SYSTEMS................................................................................................................767
J. Kim, J. Lee
DAMAGE EVALUATION IN R/C SHEAR WALLS USING THE DAMAGE INDEX OF PARK & ANG......................................776
C. Oyarzo Vera
EVALUATION OF ENERGY DISSIPATED BY HYSTERESIS IN R/C SHEAR WALLS USING PARAMETERS
OF DISPLACEMENT ...................................................................................................................................................................................786
C. Oyarzo Vera
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF RETROFITTED SCHOOL BUILDINGS..........................................................................................796
Y. K. Yeh, L. L. Chung, T. C. Chiou, T. K. Chow
DYNAMIC ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF SAFETY OF SHPILJE DAM ................................................................................806
I. Gjorgjiev, M. Garveski, S. Stamatovska
MULTI-LEVEL PROCEDURE FOR THE SEISMIC VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT OF MASONRY
BUILDINGS: THE CASE OF SANREMO (NORTH-WESTERN ITALY) ...........................................................................................815
S. Cattari, S. Frumento, S. Lagomarsino, S. Parodi, S. Resemini
EFFECT OF INITIAL-PHASE SEISMIC ASSESMENT PARAMETERS OF EXISTING BUILDINGS ON THE
STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOR........................................................................................................................................................................825
M. Inel, H. B. Ozmen
EFFECTIVE LENGTHS OF IRREGULAR FRAME COLUMNS .........................................................................................................835
G. Ozmen, K. Girgin, E. Orakdogen
DYNAMIC RESPONSE ASSESSMENT OF BUILDING FROM MICROTREMOR MEASUREMENTS IN
GUADELOUPE, FRANCE ...........................................................................................................................................................................845
E. Bertrand, A. M. Duval, S. Vidal
THE DYNAMIC CONTACT MODEL FOR NONLINEAR SEISMIC RESPONSE OF HIGH ARCH DAMS
WITH CONTRACTION JOINTS................................................................................................................................................................854
Z. Lanhao, L. Tongchun, N. Zhiwei, W. Ling
STUDY OF EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS OF NON-ENGINEERED EXISTING
HOUSINGS IN ASIA .....................................................................................................................................................................................862
S. Suzuki, S. Tanaka, K. Horie, K. Mizukoshi, H. Hayashi
CURRENT DEVELOPMENT OF ENGINEERING SEISMOLOGY IN CHINA.................................................................................870
Y. Hu
EXPERIMENT AND ANALYSIS OF SLIDING BEARINGS WITH VARIABLE FREQUENCY FOR NEARFAULT SEISMIC ISOLATION ...................................................................................................................................................................878
L. Y. Lu, J. Wang, C. C. Hsu
SEISMIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT OF SOUTH WESTERN OF IRAN ..............................................................................................888
G. G. Amiri, K. Andisheh, S. A. R. Amrei, R. Motamed
THE APPLICATION OF NON- LINER SYSTEM AND CHAOS THEORY IN PREDICTING FREQUENCY OF
EARTHQUAKE IN IRAN.............................................................................................................................................................................896
M. R. Masnavi, S. Imani, H. Soltani-Fard, S. Mousavi
2D EVALUATION OF SITE EFFECT IN THE CITY OF BAM ............................................................................................................906
M. H. Baziar, N. Tafazzoli, M. Fatemi Aghda
ESTIMATING COMBINATION COEFFICIENTS FOR PERFORMANCE BASED DESIGNING (PBD) .....................................915
I. Kuznetsova, O. Sakharov, A. Uzdin
EFFECT OF SEMI RIGID JOINTS ON SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF RC FRAMED STRUCTURES......................................925
B. Shah, S. C. Patodi, N. Shah
NEW APPROACHES IN ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF BASE ISOLATED MULTISTORY
MULTIFUNCTIONAL BUILDINGS ..........................................................................................................................................................934
M. Melkumyan, H. Hovhannisyan
FIRST RESEARCH IN ARMENIA ON THREE DIMENSIONAL SEISMIC ISOLATION SYSTEMS ..........................................943
M. Melkumyan, A. Tahmasebian, E. Gevorgyan
DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF A BRIDGE PIER MODEL AT THE VOLVI – GREECE EUROPEAN TEST SITE
INCLUDING THE SOIL FLEXIBILITY ...................................................................................................................................................950
G. C. Manos, V. Kourtides, A. Sextos, P. Renault, S. Chiras
RETROFITTING R/C BRIDGE PIER TYPE CROSS-SECTIONS WITH PARTIAL CONFINEMENT
EMPLOYING CARBON FIBER REINFORCING PLASTICS ..............................................................................................................960
G. C. Manos, V. Kourtides
GROUND VIBRATION DUE TO A TRAIN MOVING IN UNDERGROUND TUNNELS.................................................................970
J. F. Chai, T. J. Teng
THE SEISMIC SCENARIO SIMULATION OF ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS .............................................................................980
G. Y. Liu, Y. J. Wang, C. W. Liu
EXPERIMENTAL SEISMIC RESPONSE OF A FULL SCALE REINFORCED CONCRETE WALL BUILDING......................989
M. Panagiotou, J. I. Restrepo, R. E. Englekirk
DYNAMIC SCALE EXPERIMENT OF A LARGE ARCH DAM ..........................................................................................................998
H. Wang, D. Li
EFFECT OF FOUNDATION MASS AND SHAPE IN 3-D TIME DOMAIN DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF
CONCRETE ARCH DAMS ........................................................................................................................................................................1008
M. Moradi, A. Noorzad, M. Ghaemian
STRUCTURE-SOIL-STRUCTURE EFFECTS ON NONLINEAR DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF TALL
BUILDINGS ..................................................................................................................................................................................................1018
F. Nateghi-A, A. Rezaei-Tabrizi, F. Behnam Far
SEISMIC VULNERABLITY ASSESSMENT OF NON STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN A THERMAL POWER
PLANT ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................1028
F. Nateghi-A, A. Rezaei-Tabrizi
USE OF COUPLED AND REGULATORY METHODS IN SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION AND SOILFLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTION FOR NUCLEAR PLANTS AND DAMS..............................................................................1038
V. Guyonvarh, G. Devesa, D. Clouteau
ESTIMATE OF FREQUENCY AND DAMPING FOR LARGE SETS OF BUILDINGS IN DENSE URBAN
AREAS ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................1045
M. Mucciarelli, M. R. Gallipoli
LARGE SCALE EARTHQUAKE TESTING FACILITY FOR VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT .............................................1051
T. Payen, J. C. Queval, P. Sollogoub
A METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF SYNTHETIC INTENSITY MAPS. APPLICATION TO
MERANO EARTHQUAKE ........................................................................................................................................................................1061
I. Ferrer
RESISTANCE OF STRUCTURES WITH CONTRIBUTION OF FIBRE MATERIALS AND SHAPE MEMORY
ALLOYS ........................................................................................................................................................................................................1071
E. Juhásová, M. Vrabec, M. Juhas, V. Kafka
FUNDAMENTAL STUDY OF NON-STATIONARY CHARACTERISTICS OF GROUND MOTION .........................................1081
T. Masatsuki, F. Sasaki, Y. Yamamoto, T. Maeda, M. Ohori
STATIC AND SEISMIC SLOPE STABILITY ANALYSIS AND FINITE ELEMENT VALIDATION..........................................1089
D. Tan, S. K. Sarma
SEIESMIC BEHAVIOR OF PRECAST/POST-TENSIONED REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM TO COLUMN
CONNECTIONS...........................................................................................................................................................................................1099
C. T. Cheng, C. T. Liu
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON THE SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF MASONRY HOUSING IN LOW
SEISMICITY AREAS..................................................................................................................................................................................1109
H. Degee, A. Plumier
RESPONSE OF CABLE STAY BRIDGES SUBJECTED TO MULTIPLE SUPPORT EXCITATION..........................................1119
C. Dick, E. Metters, J. Norman, A. Crewe
A WAVELET-BASED ANALYTICAL MODEL ACCOUNTING FOR NEAR-FIELD EFFECTS OF VRANCEA
EARTHQUAKES .........................................................................................................................................................................................1129
A. Zaicenco, V. Alkaz
ASSESSMENT OF SEISMIC HAZARD IN JORDAN ...........................................................................................................................1137
M. Jimenez, H. Al-Nimry, A. Khasawneh, T. Al-Hadid, K. Kahhaleh
DISTRIBUTION OF BASE SHEAR OVER THE THIGHT OF ISOLATED STRUCTURES .........................................................1147
F. Khoshnoudian, B. Mehrparvar
EFFECTIVENESS OF A DESIGN METHOD FOR CHEVRON BRACES BASED ON THE ULTIMATE
LATERAL STRENGTH..............................................................................................................................................................................1156
E. M. Marino, A. Ghersi, M. Muratore
AN ATTEMPT TO EVALUATE SEISMICITY PHASE SPACE DIMENSION.................................................................................1166
L. Kortas, Z. Mortimer, A. Cichy
UNIFORM HAZARD SPECTRA ..............................................................................................................................................................1175
S. Stamatovska, M. Nastev, D. Petrovski
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF TYPICAL STEEL AND R.C. BUILDINGS DAMAGED BY THE BAM
EARTHQUAKE IN IRAN...........................................................................................................................................................................1185
N. Hosseinzadeh
NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF BASE-ISOLATED SYSTEMS SLIDING ON CONCAVE SURFACES...................................1193
N. Jamali, W. Zahlten
SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF RC STRUCTURES – REVIEW OF THE PRINCIPAL MODELLING
STRATEGIES...............................................................................................................................................................................................1203
L. Mendes, E. Coelho
EFFECT OF RESERVOIR GEOMETRY AND VERTICAL CONTRACTION JOINTS IN THE SEISMIC
RESPONSE OF DAMS................................................................................................................................................................................1213
M. A. Millan, J. Young, J. H. Prevost
THE NATIONAL NORMS: “CONSTRUCTION IN SEISMIC REGIONS OF UKRAINE” ............................................................1222
Y. Nemchynov, P. Kryvosheyev, N. Maryenkov, B. Gudkov, V. Kukunayev, A. Kendzera, V. Omelchenko, B. Pustovitenko, M.
Poyner, V. Dorofeyev, K. Yegupov, I. Shekhovcov, G. Onyshchuk, L. Krasovskyi, A. Avdiyenko, D. Barzylovych, A. Nechyporchuk
SEISMIC TESTS OF A RC PRECAST BUILDING SYSTEM..............................................................................................................1229
L. Mendes, E. Coelho, A. Costa
NONLINER RESPONSE OF REDUCED BEAM SECTION (RBS) MOMENT CONNECTIONS WITH BOX
COLUMNS ....................................................................................................................................................................................................1239
M. Ghaffari, A. Behravesh, Y. Ghaffari
CONSTRUCTION OF UNIFORM HAZARD SPECTRA USING MONTE CARLO SIMULATION.............................................1246
T. K. Sen
SELECTION OF TIME SERIES FOR ANALYSES OF RESPONSE OF BUILDINGS....................................................................1257
J. Watson-Lamprey, N. Abrahamson
EMPIRICAL ESTIMATES OF SITE AMPLIFICATION FACTOR FROM STRONG-MOTION RECORDS AT
NEARBY STATION PAIRS .......................................................................................................................................................................1263
K. Fujimoto, S. Midorikawa
THE INELASTIC SEISMIC RESPONSE OF SETBACK BUILDINGS INCLUDING SOIL-PILE FOUNDATION
STRUCTURE INTERACTION..................................................................................................................................................................1272
W. Widodo
NONLINEAR TIME HISTORY ANALYSIS WITH TEST VERIFICATION OF AN IRREGULAR BUILDING .......................1282
Y. Zhou, X. Lu
CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE CURRENT APPROACH FOR DETERMINATION OF THE SEISMIC ACTION
FOR THE TERRITORY OF SERBIA ......................................................................................................................................................1292
M. Manic, B. Bulajic
RELATIONS BETWEEN STRONG GROUND MOTIONS AND MICROTREMORS BY AN ARRAY
OBSERVATION SYSTEM .........................................................................................................................................................................1301
M. Kamiyama, T. Matsukawa
DAMPING FACTORS AND EQUIVALENT SDOF DEFINITION IN THE DISPLACEMENT-BASED
ASSESSMENT OF MONUMENTAL MASONRY STRUCTURES......................................................................................................1310
S. Resemini, S. Lagomarsino, S. Giovinazzi
PRELIMINARY SEIMIC RISK ASSESSMENT FOR CHISINAU CITY ...........................................................................................1320
V. Alcaz, A. Zaicenco, E. Isiciko
SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF JOINTLESS LINK SLAB BRIDGES.........................................................................................................1329
A. Vasseghi, F. Nateghi, M. Pournadaf Haghi
« LA FONDERIE » (THE FOUNDRY) _ ECONOMICAL, SOCIAL AND LEGAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY ..........................1339
C. Michel, J. M. Hagenmuller, V. Davidovici
SHAKING TABLE TEST OF 1/3 SCALE MODEL OF PIPELINE SYSTEM: PART 2 ANALYTICAL RESULTS....................1349
V. Hristovski, M. Jovanovic, L. Tashkov, L. Krstevska, B. Temelkovska
PROPOSAL FOR SAFER BUILDINGS AND HOUSING AGAINST EARTHQUAKE IN DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES<LEARNING FROM NORTHERN PAKISTAN EARTHQUAKE 2005> ...................................................................1359
T. Narafu, M. Inukai
A SIMPLE DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR TIED BRACED FRAMES..................................................................................................1369
P. P. Rossi, M. Bosco, A. Lomardo
EVALUATION OF RISK COMPONENTS FOR THE CITY OF ISTANBUL ...................................................................................1379
S. Kundak, H. Dulger Turkoglu
COMPARISON BETWEEN VS30 AND OTHER ESTIMATES OF SITE AMPLIFICATION IN ITALY ....................................1386
M. Mucciarelli, M. R. Gallipoli
SHAKING TABLE TEST OF SCALED 4-STOREY BUILDING OF 3D-PANEL PREFABRICATED SYSTEM ........................1393
M. Z. Kabir, O. Rezaifar, A. Tehranian, M. Taribakhsh
NUMERICAL STUDY OF SINGLE STORY BUILDING CONSTRUCTED USING 3D PANEL
PREFABRICATED SYSTEM UNDER SEISMIC MOTIONS ..............................................................................................................1403
M. Z. Kabir, O. Rezaifar, M. Taribakhsh, A. Tehranian
ELEMENTS FOR AN EARTHQUAKE LOSS ESTIMATION MODEL FOR GREATER CAIRO................................................1413
A. M. Moharram, A. Y. Elghazouli, J. J. Bommer
HYSTERETIC ENERGY DISSIPATION IN LATERALLY RESTRAINED STEEL TUBE AND SOLID BAR
BRACES ........................................................................................................................................................................................................1423
O. C. Celik, J. W. Berman, M. Bruneau
A METHODOLOGY FOR DERIVATION OF SEISMIC FRAGILITY CURVES FOR BRIDGES WITH THE
AID OF ADVANCED ANALYSIS TOOLS ..............................................................................................................................................1433
A. Kappos, I. Moschonas, T. Paraskeva, A. Sextos
HYBRID CONTROL STRATEGY FOR SEISMIC PROTECTION OF CABLE-STAYED BRIDGE............................................1443
B. B. Soneji, R. S. Jangid
SITE EFFECTS, DATA PROCESSING AND SITE DEPENDENT RESPONSE SPECTRA DUE TO THE 1999
KOCAELI AND DUZCE EARTHQUAKES ............................................................................................................................................1452
P. Gundes Bakir, G. De Roeck, G. Degrande, R. Iyisan
Volume 3
EVALUATION OF THE DUCTILITY AND STRENGTH DEMANDS FOR THE EXISTING BUILDINGS IN
TURKEY .......................................................................................................................................................................................................1462
P. Gundes Bakir, G. Degrande, G. De Roeck
DAMAGE DETECTION AND LOCALISATION IN EXISTING BUILDINGS UNDER LOW AND MODERATE
SEISMIC EXCITATIONS ..........................................................................................................................................................................1472
P. Gundes Bakir, E. Reynders, G. De Roeck, G. Degrande
FLEXIBLE JOINT METHOD (FJM) - A NEW APPROACH TO PROTECTION AND REPAIR OF CRACKED
MASONRY....................................................................................................................................................................................................1481
A. Kwiecien, J. Kubica, P. Stecz, B. Zajac
DESIGN OF RIGID RETAINING WALL IN SEISMIC AREAS .........................................................................................................1491
Y. Wu, S. Prakash, V. K. Puri
INFLUENCE OF SOME VARIABLES ON THE SEISMIC INCREMENT ORDINATES FOR IMPORTANT
STRUCTURES .............................................................................................................................................................................................1497
J. Garcia-Perez, O. Diaz-Lopez
EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS OF ROCKING PILLAR ISOLATION SYSTEM
DEVELOPED FOR MASONRY HOUSES...............................................................................................................................................1505
N. Funaki, T. Fujita, N. Hori, N. Inoue, S. Kawamata
NONLINEAR NUMERICAL APPROACH FOR LONGITUDINAL DAMS ......................................................................................1515
K. Salyamova, R. Abirov
STATISTICAL EVALUATION OF CRITICAL INTER-STOREY DRIFT CONCENTRATION OF RC FRAMES ...................1520
Y. Lu, X. Gu, J. Wei
STUDY ON THE SEISMIC SAFETY OF AN INTEGRAL ARCH DAM SYSTEM USING NON-LINEAR
ANALYSIS METHOD.................................................................................................................................................................................1530
J. Tu, D. Li, H. Chen
RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE IN MACEDONIA .......................1538
R. Petrusevska-Apostolska, G. Necevska-Cvetanovska
DISPLACEMENT – BASED DESIGN APPROACH FOR DESIGN OF RC FRAME BUILDING STRUCTURES .....................1548
G. Necevska-Cvetanovska, R. Petrusevska-Apostolska, U. Terzic
AN EVALUATION OF SEISMIC CAPACITY OF 15-STORY BUILDING SUBJECTED TO VERTICAL
DEFORMATION .........................................................................................................................................................................................1558
R. Techasiriwan, W. Fhagatong
SEISMIC ENERGY PATTERN OF ARMENIAN UPLAND.................................................................................................................1566
L. Sargsyan, S. Margaryan
PERFORMANCE OF URM WALLS STRENGHTENED WITH CFRP UNDER HORIZONTAL CYCLIC
LOADING .....................................................................................................................................................................................................1576
T. N. Chen, J. S. Chang, Y. C. Liu, Y. C. Lin
STOCHASTIC SEISMIC RESPONSE OF THE BOSPORUS SUSPENSION BRIDGE TO SPATIALLY
VARYING GROUND MOTIONS..............................................................................................................................................................1585
S. Adanur, K. Soyluk, A. Bayraktar, A. A. Dumanoglu
EXPERIMENT STUDY OF THE BAMBOO-MUD-WALL USED IN TAIWANESE HISTORIC BUILDING.............................1595
C. C. Chen, M. T. Tsai, J. S. Chang, C. H. Shih
TESTING PERFORMANCE BENCHMARK FOR SHAKING TABLES AND REACTION WALLS WITHIN
THE NEFOREEE PROJECT .....................................................................................................................................................................1605
F. J. Molina, R. Bairrao, T. Blakeborough, O. Bursi, D. Tirelli, G. E. Magonette, H. Mouzakis, M. S. Williams
NON-DESTRUCTIVE GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYS FOR DYNAMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF MALLORCA
CATHEDRAL...............................................................................................................................................................................................1615
O. Caselles, G. Martinez, J. Clapes, P. Roca, J. A. Canas
DYNAMIC INVESTIGATION AND LINEAR ANALYSIS OF MALLORCA CATHEDRAL ........................................................1624
G. Martinez, P. Roca, O. Caselles, J. Clapes, J. A. Canas
INVESTIGATION OF STOCHASTIC SEISMIC RESPONSE OF BASE-ISOLATED BRIDGES UNDER WAVEPASSAGE EFFECTS...................................................................................................................................................................................1633
S. Ates, A. Bayraktar, A. A. Dumanoglu
SEISMIC DAMAGE DETECTION USING SMART PIEZO-TRANSDUCERS AND ELECTROMECHANICAL
IMPEDANCE SIGNATURES ....................................................................................................................................................................1643
C. Providakis, M. Voutetaki
THE SELF-SUFFICIENCY OF EUROCODE 8 AND THE APPLICABILITY OF COMPLEMENTARY
DOCUMENTS - THE SITUATION IN GREECE ...................................................................................................................................1651
M. N. Fardis
APPLICATION OF EMD IN SEISMIC DATA TREATMENT ............................................................................................................1661
Q. F. Lui, C. X. Shi
SEISMIC DESIGN ISSUES FOR MASONRY-INFILLED RC FRAMES ...........................................................................................1669
M. Fardis
ASSESSMENT AND UPGRADING OF RESISTANCE AND DEFORMATION CAPACITY OF RC PIERS ..............................1679
D. Biskinis, M. N. Fardis
RATIONAL SEISMIC DESIGN AND REDESIGN OF HEALTH CARE FACILITIES...................................................................1689
V. Davidovici
THE TURKISH SEISMIC REHABILITATION CODE.........................................................................................................................1699
H. Sucuoglu
PROPOSAL OF NEW EQUIVALENT LINEARIZED METHOD FOR PRECISE VERTICAL MOTION
SIMULATION OF GROUND.....................................................................................................................................................................1709
H. Sato, M. Kanatani, K. Sato
SEISMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BUILDING STOCK IN PONTA DELGADA – A FIRST ATTEMPT....................1719
P. Silvestre, P. Teves-Costa
USING THE NEW INQUA INTENSITY SCALE FOR THE INTENSITY ASSESSMENT OF GREEK
EARTHQUAKES .........................................................................................................................................................................................1726
A. Fokaefs, G. Papadopoulos
EVALUATION OF SEISMIC VULNERABILITY OF EXISTING UN-ANCHORED TANKS USING
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS..........................................................................................................................................................................1735
M. S. Razzaghi, S. Eshghi
THE 26TH DECEMBER 2004 INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI: THE INTENSITY FIELD.................................................................1743
E. Daskalaki, A. Fokaefs, K. Orfanogiannaki, G. A. Papadopoulos
SEISMIC EVALUATION OF A COMMERCIAL BUILDING ACCORDING TO SIA 2018 USING A
DISPLACEMENT-BASED ASSESSMENT..............................................................................................................................................1751
K. Pfyl-Lang, P. Zwicky, G. Kerland
IDENTIFICATION OF TEMPORAL PATTERNS IN THE SEISMICITY OF SUMATRA USING POISSON
HIDDEN MARKOV MODELS ..................................................................................................................................................................1759
K. Orfanogiannaki, D. Karlis, G. Papadopoulos
PROOF-OF-CONCEPT TESTING AND FINITE ELEMENT MODELING OF SELF-STABILIZING HYBRID
TUBULAR LINKS FOR ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES .....................................................................................................1766
J. W. Berman, M. Bruneau
SEISMIC VULNERABILITY FUNCTIONS FOR SWITZERLAND...................................................................................................1775
K. Pfyl-Lang, P. Zwicky, F. Kind, A. Zbinden
SEISMIC EVALUATION OF THE MAIN CONTROL BUILDINGS OF A THERMAL POWER PLANT ..................................1784
F. Nateghi-A, A. Rezaei-Tabrizi
TITLE SEISMIC VULNERABILITY EVALUATION OF A 150M R/C STACK IN A THERMAL POWER
PLANT ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................1794
F. Nateghi-A, A. Rezaei-Tabrizi
SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF STEEL STRUCTURES IN A PETROCHEMICAL PLANT .............................................................1804
F. Nateghi-A, A. Rezaei-Tabrizi
SITE AMPLIFICATION PREDICTIONS USING RANDOM VIBRATION THEORY ...................................................................1814
E. Rathje, M. C. Ozbey, A. Kottke
EVALUATION OF THE COMBINED RULES FOR THE EFFECT OF THE THREE ORTHOGONAL
COMPONENTS OF EARTHQUAKES.....................................................................................................................................................1824
A. Reyes-Salazar, A. Lopez-Barraza, J. I. Velazquez-Dimas, B. Quinonez-Esquivel
EFFECT OF THE PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS OF EARTHQUAKES ON THE SEISMIC RESPONSE OF
MOMENT STEEL FRAMES .....................................................................................................................................................................1834
A. Reyes-Salazar, A. Lopez-Lopez, J. Gonzalez-Cuevas, D. Lopez-Lopez
A STUDY ON LOCAL DAMAGE DISTRIBUTION DURING THE 2004 NIIGATAKEN-CHUETSU
EARTHQUAKE ...........................................................................................................................................................................................1844
T. Maeda, E. Nagashima, R. Shimizu
ACCOUNTING FOR RESIDUAL DEFORMATIONS AND SIMPLE APPROACHES TO THEIR MITIGATION....................1852
D. Pettinga, S. Pampanin, C. Christopoulos, N. Priestley
STUDY ON THE DAMAGE ESTIMATION OF REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMNS UNDER SEISMIC
LOADING .....................................................................................................................................................................................................1862
K. O. Kanemoto, H. Sakata, A. Wada
A METHOD FOR EVALUATING UNCERTAINTY IN SEISMIC HAZARD BASED ON A MONTE CARLO
APPROACH..................................................................................................................................................................................................1872
T. Annaka, T. Suehiro
ESTIMATION OF DETAILED DISTRIBUTION OF PEAK GROUND MOTION USING OBSERVED
RECORDS DURING THE NIIGATA CHUETSU EARTHQUAKE ON OCTOBER 23, 2004 .........................................................1882
I. Suetomi, Y. Fukushima, E. Ishida, R. Isoyama, S. Sawada
AXIAL LOAD CAPACITY OF R/C COLUMNS WITH VARIOUS REINFORCING DETAILS AND
CONCRETE STRENGTH ..........................................................................................................................................................................1890
D. Kato, Z. Li, T. Yatsutsuka, Y. Nakamura
EARTHQUAKE PREPAREDNESS IN ROMANIA AND KNOWLEDGE DISSEMINATION IN A JICA
PROJECT ON SEISMIC RISK REDUCTION ........................................................................................................................................1900
E. S. Georgescu, T. Kaminosono, K. Miyara, R. Ghica, C. P. Stamatiade, G. Ionescu
EARTHQUAKE PROBABLE MAXIMUM LOSS VS. A MULTIHAZARDS APPROACH FOR A
COMPULSORY INSURANCE IN ROMANIA........................................................................................................................................1910
E. S. Georgescu
AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE LIQUEFACTION RESISTANCE OF SAND-CLAY MIXTURES ................................1920
M. Ghahremani, A. Bhalandarzadeh, K. Ghahremani
METHODOLOGY FOR PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC RISK ANALYSIS ..........................................................................................1930
Z. Wen
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF CURVED VIADUCTS WITH UNSEATING PREVENTION CABLE
RESTRAINERS............................................................................................................................................................................................1937
F. D. Ruiz Julian, T. Hayashikawa
IMPLEMENTATION AND VERIFICATION OF A MASONRY PANEL MODEL FOR NONLINEAR PSEUDODYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF INFILLED RC FRAMES ...........................................................................................................................1945
E. Smyrou, C. Blandon-Uribes, S. Antoniou, R. Pinho, H. Crowley
SHAKING TABLE AND ACTIVITIES AT E-DEFENSE ......................................................................................................................1955
K. Kajiwara, M. Sato, M. Nakashima
LATERAL LOAD CARRYING CAPACITY OF FRAMED SHEAR WALL SUBJECTED TO MONOTONIC
INCREASED LOAD AT HIGH RATE .....................................................................................................................................................1965
Y. Matsuoka, F. Esaki, M. Ono
ADVANCED SEISMIC ISOLATION SYSTEM FOR BRIDGES BASED ON OPTIMIZED SEISMIC ENERGY
BALANCE.....................................................................................................................................................................................................1974
D. Ristic, V. Micov, M. Vucinic, M. Jovanovic
MODELLING OF DISTRIBUTION OF GROUND MOTION PARAMETERS DURING STRONG VRANCEA
(ROMANIA) EARTHQUAKES .................................................................................................................................................................1983
V. Sokolov, K. P. Bonjer
EFFECTIVENESS OF SEISMIC ROCKING ISOLATION OF BRIDGES BASED ON SHAKE TABLE TEST .........................1993
D. Sakellaraki, K. Kawashima
PSEUDODYNAMIC AND CYCLIC TESTING OF FULL SCALE PROTOTYPES OF R/C PRECAST SINGLE
STOREY INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS ......................................................................................................................................................2003
L. Ferrara, E. Mola, P. Negro
EUROPEAN RESEARCH ON THE PERFORMANCE OF EXPERIMENTAL FACILITIES: AN
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................................................2013
R. T. Severn
NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF LIQUEFACTION EFFECTS ON SEISMIC SSI .........................................................................2018
F. Lopez-Caballero, A. M. Farahmand-Razavi
COMPOSITE FAULT PLANE SOLUTIONS FOR EARTHQUAKES IN THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA..............................2028
I. Sandu
SOME CONTRIBUTIONS OF PHYSICAL AND NUMERICAL MODELLING TO THE ASSESSMENT OF
EXISTING MASONRY INFILLED RC FRAMES UNDER EXTREME LOADING ........................................................................2033
D. Combescure
SISMUR, A TOOL FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE SEISMIC RISKS ON EXISTING RETAINING WALLS.....................2043
C. Thibault, D. Criado
PROTOTYPE FOR EARTHQUAKE-RESISTANT RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS COMBINING STEEL
FRAMES WITH LOCAL MATERIALS ..................................................................................................................................................2053
T. M. Swain, J. Schwarz
STUDY ON SEISMIC RESPONSES OF THE YINGXIAN WOODEN TOWER IN SHANXI PROVINCE, CHINA
BY BICROTREMOR MEASUREMENTS AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS .....................................................................................2063
Y. He, T. Iwatete, A. L. Che, X. R. Ge
NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF EARTHQUAKE – INDUCED PHENOMENA IN SAND...........................................................2070
S. A. Savidis, D. Aubram, F. Rackwitz, W. Schepers
DESIGN OF R.C. BUILDINGS FOR DIFFERENT DUCTILITY CLASSES ACCORDING TO THE NEW EC8 .......................2080
M. Hrasnica, S. Medic, N. Begic
PREDICTION OF EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE TO WATER PIPELINES IN DENIZLI CITY, TURKEY ...................................2090
S. Toprak, F. Taskin
SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF A URBAN BLOCK IN FAIAL ISLAND - AZORES .................................................................................2100
N. Neves, A. Arêde, A. Costa
DIFFERENT METHODS OF ANALYSING MODELS OF THE SAME STRUCTURE USING EN 1998-1..................................2110
S. Lu, R. Flesch, J. Fornather
TYPOLOGICAL FRAGILITY CURVES FROM ITALIAN EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE DATA ...................................................2120
M. Rota, A. Penna, C. Strobbia
EFFECT OF THE STRENGTH AND STIFFNESS DEGRADATION ON STRUCTURES WITH ENERGY
DISSIPATING SYSTEMS ..........................................................................................................................................................................2130
E. O. Navarro, J. M. Jara
NEURAL NETWORK-BASED CONSTITUTIVE MODEL FOR CYCLIC BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS .............................2140
G. J. Yun, J. Ghaboussi, A. S. Elnashai
AMPLIFICATION AND ATTENUATION OF SEISMIC GROUND MOTION DURING THE MW7.0 MYIAGIOKI EARTHQUAKE...................................................................................................................................................................................2149
D. Assimaki
RATE EFFECTS ON DEFORMATION CHARACTERISTICS OF SOFT ROCKS UNDER LARGE CYCLIC
LOADING .....................................................................................................................................................................................................2159
D. Peckley Jr., T. Uchimura
DISPERSION REDUCTION OF SEISMIC NONLINEAR RESPONSES OF A 3 STORIES ASYMMETRIC
REINFORCED CONCRETE FRAME......................................................................................................................................................2167
A. Azarbakht, M. Ghafory Ashtiany, M. Dolšek
BEHAVIOR OF ASYMMETRIC MULTISTORY BUILDINGS WITH DIFFERENT STRENGTH
DISTRIBUTION...........................................................................................................................................................................................2177
A. Aziminejad, A. S. Moghadam, W. K. Tso
SEISMIC RETROFITTING OF PLATE GIRDER BRIDGES BY BOLTED STIFFENERS ...........................................................2185
A. Vasseghi
Volume 4
TRANSFORMATION OF VULNERABILITY CURVES BETWEEN REGIONS WITH DIFFERENT
ANTISEISMIC CODES...............................................................................................................................................................................2194
N. Nanos, A. Elenas
SEISMIC DURATION EFFECTS ON THE VULNERABILITY OF BUILDINGS ...........................................................................2200
N. Nanos, A. Elenas
ALTERNATIVE SPECTRAL INTENSITY PARAMETERS DESCRIBING THE SEISMIC DAMAGE
POTENTIAL.................................................................................................................................................................................................2205
A. Elenas, V. Bogdanou
STRATEGY FOR SEISMIC REHABILITATION OF BUILDINGS USING FLUID VISCOUS DAMPERS. CASE
STUDY ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................2211
A. B. Chesca, R. Vacareanu, R. Ghica
PRIORITY OF SEISMIC RETROFIT OF BRIDGES CONSIDERING PREVENTION OF ISOLATED AREAS
AFTER AN EARTHQUAKE......................................................................................................................................................................2220
Y. Nariyuki, J. Ohki, T. Minamoto, K. Hirao
WIDEBAND SIMULATION OF EARTHQUAKE GROUND MOTION BY A SPECTRUM-MATCHING,
MULTIPLE-PULSE TECHNIQUE ...........................................................................................................................................................2230
A. Gusev, V. Pavlov
VULNERABILITY OF THE BUILDING STOCK - APPLICATION TO SOFIA ..............................................................................2240
E. Vaseva, D. Stefanov, M. Kostov, A. Kaneva, G. Varbanov, N. Koleva
EVALUATION OF FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE OF COMPLEX NETWORKS FOR CRITICAL
INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION.......................................................................................................................................................2250
N. Nojima
AMBIENT VIBRATION MEASUREMENTS ON A CABLE STAYED BRIDGE .............................................................................2260
A. Kibboua, M. Farsi, J. L. Chatelain, B. Guillier
RAPID SEISMIC SAFETY EVALUATION OF EXISTING LIQUID STORAGE TANKS .............................................................2269
S. Eshghi, M. S. Razzaghi
SEISMIC RESPONSE OF ROTUNDA MONUMENT DUE TO THE THESSALONIKI 1978 EARTHQUAKE ..........................2277
I. N. Doudoumis, E. D. Kallioudakis
COMPARISON OF ALIGNED AND NON-ALIGNED SHEAR WALLS IN TALL BUILDINGS ..................................................2287
M. Yousefzadeh, S. Nayeri, A. Kashefi
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON STATIC PUSH-OVER AND TIME-HISTORY ANALYSIS METHODS IN
BASE ISOLATED BUILDINGS ................................................................................................................................................................2294
N. I. Doudoumis, C. Kotanidis, I. N. Doudoumis
A FULL SEISMIC SOIL-FOUNDATION-STRUCTURE INTERACTION APPROACH ................................................................2304
M. M. Buehler, H. Wienbroer, D. Rebstock
ANALYTICAL MODELS FOR STRENGTHENING OF SQUARE RC COLUMNS WITH CFRP ...............................................2314
A. Zarafshan, M. Motavalli, O. Huth
INFLUENCE OF GROUND MOTION DURATION ON DEGRADING SDOF SYSTEMS .............................................................2322
E. Bojorquez, I. Iervolino, G. Manfredi, E. Cosenza
WHEN THE EARTH SPEAKS: UNDERSTANDING PRE- EARTHQUAKE SIGNALS.................................................................2331
F. T. Freund
INELASTIC ABSORPTION ENERGY FACTORS FOR SHORT PERIOD DETERIORATING SDOF SYSTEMS ...................2341
L. Ibarra, A. Chowdhury
A STUDY ON ESTIMATION OF STIFFNESS FACTOR BASED ON EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE
CHARACTERISTICS OF WOODEN-FRAMED HOUSES ..................................................................................................................2351
A. Yamada, S. Suzuki, K. Asano
A GENERALIZED MODEL FOR DECISION MAKING IN REHABILITATION OF STRUCTURES ........................................2361
C. Lucas, M. Asheghan, G. Sobhaninejad
COMPARISON OF SEISMIC CAPACITY OF URM BUILDINGS USING DIFFERENT GUIDELINES AND
EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS ....................................................................................................................................................................2370
F. Alemi, F. Nateghi Elahi
ENDURANCE TIME METHOD: A DYNAMIC PUSHOVER PROCEDURE FOR SEISMIC EVALUATION OF
STRUCTURES .............................................................................................................................................................................................2376
H. E. Estekanchi, H. T. Riahi, A. Vafai
COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS FOR REHABILITATION OF RC BUILDINGS IN TURKEY .........................................................2385
A. Yakut, S. Cetinceli
COMPARISON OF 2D AND 3D PUSHOVER ANALYSIS WITH TIME HISTORY ANALYSIS IN
ASYMMETRIC BUILDINGS ....................................................................................................................................................................2395
F. Forootan, A. S. Moghadam
GENERATION OF NEAR-FIELD GROUND MOTIONS IN TEHRAN FROM FUTURE LARGE
EARTHQUAKES IN THE ALBORZ SEISMIC ZONE..........................................................................................................................2405
H. Zafarani, A. Noorzd, K. Bargi
DEVELOPMENT OF A FUNCTIONAL-FREE GROUND MOTION ATTENUATION RELATION ...........................................2413
G. Sobhaninejad, A. Noorzad, A. Ansari
NONLINEAR PROCEDURES IN REVISED TURKISH CODE FOR SEISMIC PERFORMANCE
ASSESSMENT AND RETROFIT DESIGN..............................................................................................................................................2423
M. N. Aydinoglu
SEISMIC RETROFITTING OF SUBSTANDARD REINFORCED CONCRETE PRISMATIC MEMBERS
USING COMPOSITE JACKETS ..............................................................................................................................................................2433
G. E. Thermou, D. V. Synthzirma, S. J. Pantazopoulou
DUCTILITY DEMANDS OF BUILDING STRUCTURES SUBJECTED TO GROUND MOTIONS
REPRESENTING DESIGN EARTHQUAKE ..........................................................................................................................................2443
D. Ladjinovic, R. Folic
THE MONETARY EARTHQUAKE RISK– DISCUSSION OF THE MODELLING; THE COMPARABILITY
AND FACTORS OF INFLUENCE ............................................................................................................................................................2453
M. Raschke
THE DIFFERENTIATION OF DAMAGE FUNCTIONS ACCORDING TO THE NUMBER OF FLOORS BY
THE EQUIVALENT RESPONSE VALUE ..............................................................................................................................................2463
M. Raschke
CHALLENGES TO HISTORIC REINFORCED CONCRETE HOUSING ARCHITECTURE IN EARTHQUAKE
PRONE AREAS OF EUROPE ...................................................................................................................................................................2472
M. B. Dan, R. Pinho
NEXT GENERATION ATTENUATION (NGA) EMPIRICAL GROUND MOTION MODELS: CAN THEY BE
USED IN EUROPE? ....................................................................................................................................................................................2482
K. W. Campbell, Y. Bozorgnia
THE HYBRID EMPIRICAL METHOD AND ITS USE IN PREDICTIONG STRONG GROUND MOTION IN
EUROPE........................................................................................................................................................................................................2492
K. W. Campbell
SEISMIC ENERGY DISTRIBUTION IN ONE-STORY IRREGULAR STRUCTURES UNDER BIDIRECTIONAL GROUND MOTION ......................................................................................................................................................2502
M. Iancovici, T. Kaminosono
PERFORMANCE-BASED RISK ASSESSMENT AND RETROFIT GUIDELINES FOR SCHOOL BUILDINGS
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA .......................................................................................................................................................2512
T. White, G. Taylor, C. Ventura
APPLICATION OF HEURISTIC SEARCH METHODS TO INVERSION OF SPECTRAL RATIO OF
EARTHQUAKE RECORDS IN VERTICAL ARRAY ...........................................................................................................................2521
H. Yamanaka
DECOMPOSITION OF THE STIFFNESS MATRIX TO STUDY THE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF MDOF
STRUCTURES USING SPRING-MASS MODELS ................................................................................................................................2531
S. De La Cruz, F. Lopez-Almansa
METHODOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF FLOW PATH ANALYSIS OF LIFELINE NETWORK SYSTEMS .....................2540
M. Bastami, S. Takada, Y. Kuwata
IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM OF DYNAMIC SOIL PROPERTIES USING VERTICAL ARRAY RECORDS OF
GROUND MOTIONS ..................................................................................................................................................................................2550
O. Tsujihara, T. Sawada
INITIAL STIFFNESS OR SECANT STIFFNESS FOR SEISMIC DESIGN WHICH IS MORE APPROPRIATE?.....................2560
N. Priestley
STRONG MOTION RECORDS AT THE TOMAKOMAI LIQUEFACTION ARRAY DURING THE 2003
TOKACHI-OKI EARTHQUAKE..............................................................................................................................................................2572
S. Nishimoto, S. Miwa, T. Ikeda
PASSIVE CONTROL OF PIPING SYSTEM: ANALYTICAL STUDIES AND EXPERIMENTAL
INVESTIGATIONS .....................................................................................................................................................................................2582
S. Bakre, R. Jangid, G. Reddy
FREE VIBRATION ANALYSIS OF RIGID UNANCHORED STEEL STORAGE TANKS ............................................................2592
M. N. Ahari, S. Eshghi, M. G. Ashtiany
GROUND MOTION SIMULATION BASED ON WAVELET TRANSFORM AND NEURAL NETWORKS ..............................2599
A. Zandieh, J. Farjoodi, M. M. Homayounpour
DETERMINATION OF S-WAVE VELOCITY STRUCTURE USING ARRAY MICROTREMOR
MEASUREMENTS: CONVENTIONAL AND TWO-SITE SPATIAL AUTOCORRELATION METHOD ..................................2606
S. Margaryan
NONLINEAR RESPONSE OF BASE-ISOLATED BUILDINGS UNDER NEAR-FAULT GROUND MOTIONS .......................2612
F. Mazza, A. Vulcano
EVALUATION OF RETROFITTING METHODS FOR FLEXIBLE FLOOR SLAB.......................................................................2622
S. M. Zahrai, S. A. Zahraei, R. Edalat Manesh
MICROTREMOR ARRAY MEASUREMENTS IN NORTHERN BUCHAREST FOR ESTIMATION OF SITE
RESPONSE ...................................................................................................................................................................................................2631
A. Aldea, H. Yamanaka, T. Takahashi
ESTIMATION OF MAXIMUM IMPACT FORCE ON NATURAL RUBBER DURING COLLISION OF TWO
STEEL BARS................................................................................................................................................................................................2641
Y. Kajita, T. Kitahara, Y. Nishimoto, H. Otsuka
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF MASSIVE WOODEN WALL PANEL SYSTEMS SUBJECTED TO
SEISMIC EXCITATION ............................................................................................................................................................................2649
B. Dujic, V. Hristovski, M. Stojmanovska, R. Zarnic
SEISMIC RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF CABLE-STAYED BRIDGE CONSIDERING ENTIRE-BRIDGE
SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................................................................................2659
A. Furukawa, H. Otsuka, Y. Suzuki, T. Betsumiya
SEISMIC EVALUATION AND RETROFIT OF REFINERY HEATERS ..........................................................................................2669
H. Kazem
EFFECT OF MASONRY INFILL WALLS ON THE LATERAL BEHAVIOR OF BUILDINGS ...................................................2678
U. Akyuz, A. Yakut, M. S. Ozturk
DYNAMIC BEHAVIOUR OF TAILING DAM UNDER THE ROCKBURST INDUCED GROUND MOTION ..........................2688
T. Tatara, P. Kubon
NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF GRAVITY TYPE QUAY
WALL ............................................................................................................................................................................................................2698
A. Arablouei, A. Ghalandarzadeh, A. R. Mostafagharabaghi
STUDY OF VARIATION IN SEISMIC PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF CONCRETE FRAMES ......................................2708
T. Takeuchi, Y. Sun, T. Fukuhara
EARLY WARNING SYSTEM FOR DEEP STRONG VRANCEA EARTHQUAKES(3)..................................................................2717
C. Ionescu, A. Marmureanu, G. Marmureanu
CENTRIFUGE MODEL TEST ON SEISMIC STABILITY OF A QUAY WALL IMPROVED BY CHEMICAL
GROUTING ..................................................................................................................................................................................................2725
K. Daitoh, N. Suemasa, S. Simada, T. Sasaki
BROADBAND GROUND MOTION SIMULATION OF ROMANIAN EARTHQUAKES USING EMPIRICAL
GREEN’S FUNCTION METHOD.............................................................................................................................................................2733
N. Poiata, H. Miyake
SEISMIC VULNERABILITY OF MASONRY BUILDINGS OF ALGIERS ......................................................................................2743
M. Boukri, M. Bensaibi
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF MASONRY WALLS USING INTERLOCKING UNITS ..............................................................2752
Y. Sanada, Y. Nakamura, N. Yamauchi, Y. Nakano
JICA TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROJECT ON REDUCTION OF SEISMIC RISK IN ROMANIA ...................................2762
R. Vacareanu, T. Kaminosono
AN ADAPTIVE CAPACITY SPECTRUM METHOD FOR ASSESSMENT OF BRIDGES SUBJECTED TO
EARTHQUAKE ACTION ..........................................................................................................................................................................2770
C. Casarotti, R. Pinho, G. M. Calvi
A NEW DIGITAL SEISMIC NETWORK IN ROMANIA WITH DENSE INSTRUMENTATION IN
BUCHAREST ...............................................................................................................................................................................................2780
A. Aldea, T. Kashima, N. Poiata, T. Kajiwara
SISROUTE: EARTHQUAKE SCENARIO GENERATION SYSTEM ALONG ROADS (GLOBAL CONCEPT
AND HAZARD ASSESSMENT) ................................................................................................................................................................2790
A. M. Duval, E. Bertrand, C. Renou, P. Marchand, D. Davi, D. Criado
MULTIFACTORIAL RISK ANALYSIS AND SUSTAINABLE URBAN SAFETY...........................................................................2800
M. Klyachko, L. Puterman
DENSE URBAN SEISMIC INSTRUMENTATION FOR SITE-EFFECTS ASSESSMENT IN BUCHAREST,
ROMANIA ....................................................................................................................................................................................................2807
A. Aldea, I. Okawa, S. Koyama, N. Poiata
LABORATORY INVESTIGATION FOR ESTIMATION OF SEISMIC RESPONSE OF THE GROUND...................................2817
C. Arion, C. Neagu
GEOTECHNICAL IN SITU INVESTIGATION USED FOR SEISMIC DESIGN OF BUILDINGS ...............................................2826
C. Arion, E. Calarasu
EARTHQUAKE RISK REDUCTION OF UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS ..............................................................................................2836
R. Alexe, A. Calin, C. Calin, C. Dragomir, M. Nicolae, O. Pop, C. Slave
PREDICTION OF ULTIMATE ENERGY DISSIPATION CAPACITY OF EXISTING RC WAFFLE-FLATPLATE STRUCTURES ...............................................................................................................................................................................2846
A. Benavent-Climent, X. Cahis, A. Catalan
SEISMIC STRENGTHENING AND REPAIR OF SS. PETER AND PAUL CHURCH IN OHRID – CASE STUDY...................2854
V. Sendova, B. Stojanoski, R. Salic, M. Garevski
RECONSTRUCTION OF THE ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE VIRGIN MARY IN SKOPJE .......................2863
M. Garevski, V. Sendova, B. Stojanoski
INDUCED SEISMICITY IN THE AREA OF AZAT DAM IN ARMENIA .........................................................................................2874
V. Hayrapetyan, V. Knondkaryan
SEISMIC RESISTANCE OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF VERTICALLY PERFORATED CLAY BRICKS ...................................2880
E. Fehling, J. Sturz
SEISMIC REHABILITATION OF MASONRY SCHOOL BUILDINGS USING A SINGLE LAYER OF
REINFORCED SHOTCRETE ...................................................................................................................................................................2890
T. Honarbakhsh, M. T. Kazemi, M. Hoseinzadeh
SHAKING TABLE TESTS ON AN ASYMMETRIC LIMESTONE BUILDING ...............................................................................2896
R. Bairrao, M. J. Falcao Silva, E. Juhásová, A. Campos Costa, E. Coelho
THE N2 METHOD FOR ASYMMETRIC BUILDINGS ........................................................................................................................2906
P. Fajfar, D. Marusic, I. Perus
EFFECT OF SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION ON SYSTEM DUCTILITY OF R/C STACK-LIKE
STRUCTURES .............................................................................................................................................................................................2916
A. M. Halabian, S. Kabiri
Volume 5
AMBIENT VIBRATION TESTING OF HISTORICAL MONUMENTS ............................................................................................2926
L. Krstevska, L. Tashkov
TRANSNATIONAL EFFECTS OF LARGE EARTHQUAKES IN CENTRAL ASIA.......................................................................2936
D. Niyazov
DUCTILITY OF SYMMETRICALLY FLANGED SHEAR WALLS ..................................................................................................2940
S. B. Yuksel
INSTALLATION AND FIRST RESULTS OF A PERMANENT OCEAN BOTTOM SEISMOMETER
OFFSHORE TARRAGONA (NE SPAIN) ................................................................................................................................................2950
T. Frontera, J. A. Jara, X. Goula, A. Ugalde, C. Olivera
SHAKING TABLE TEST OF 1/3 SCALE MODEL OF PIPELINE SYSTEM - PART 1: EXPERIMENTAL
RESULTS ......................................................................................................................................................................................................2957
L. Tashkov, L. Krstevska, V. Hristovski, B. Temelkovska, B. Vezenkov
IN-SITU ASSESSMENT OF IMPORTANT EXISTING STRUCTURES – IP LESSLOSS/ SUB PROJECT 5 – A
PROGRESS REPORT .................................................................................................................................................................................2967
R. Flesch, S. Lu, M. Eusebio, A. Campos Costa, M. Oppe, R. Veit
EARTHQUAKE INDUCED PEAK GROUND STRAINS IN THE PRESENCE OF STRONG LATERAL SOIL
HETEROGENEITIES .................................................................................................................................................................................2977
L. Scandella, R. Paolucci
PUSHOVER ANALYSIS OF MASONRY BUILDINGS: REMARKS ON CODE PROVISIONS....................................................2987
A. Giordano, M. Guadagnuolo, G. Faella
SEISMIC STABILITY OF HEAVY STONE FACADES........................................................................................................................2997
D. Jurukovski, Z. Rakicevic
SEISMO-SYNOPTIC METHOD OF SHORT-TERM FORECASTING OF EARTHQUAKES – A SCIENTIFIC
BREAKTHROUGH .....................................................................................................................................................................................3007
V. Bokov
EMPIRICAL EVALUATION OF ATTENUATION RELATIONS OF PEAK GROUND ACCELERATION IN
THE ZAGROS AND CENTRAL IRAN ....................................................................................................................................................3015
A. Mahdavian
SIMPLIFIED MODELLING OF CONTINOUS BURIED PIPELINES SUBJECT TO EARTHQUAKE FAULT
RUPTURE .....................................................................................................................................................................................................3025
R. Paolucci
SEISMOTECTONICS AND SEIEMIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT OF THE ZANJAN PROVINCE IN IRAN..............................3035
A. Mahdavian, A. Madadi
PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON SHALLOW EARTHQUAKE SIMULATION FOR THE COMPLEX
STRUCTURE OF THE SOUTHWESTERN PART OF THE HELLENIC ARC (GREECE) ...........................................................3044
E. Kokinou, F. Vallianatos, E. Bouranta
SEISMIC RISK FOR ITALIAN TYPE R.C. BUILDINGS ....................................................................................................................3054
I. Iervolino, G. Manfredi, M. Polese, G. M. Verderame, G. Fabbrocino
MACROSEISMIC INTENSITIES FOR SEISMIC SCENARIOS, ESTIMATED FROM INSTRUMENTALLY
BASED CORRELATIONS .........................................................................................................................................................................3064
E. Faccioli, C. Cauzzi
ON THE EVALUATION OF THE RESISTANCE OF RC SECTIONS SUBJECTED TO AXIAL FORCE AND
BIAXIAL BENDING MOMENT ...............................................................................................................................................................3074
L. Liberatore, L. D. Decanini
BRIDGING A GAP BETWEEN SEISMOLOGISTS AND ENGINEERS: POSSIBLE RESTRUCTURING OF
THE INTENSITY SCALE(S) .....................................................................................................................................................................3084
H. Sandi
SEISMIC VULNERABILITY ANALYSES OF CYLINDRICAL STEEL ABOVE GROUND TANKS IN AN OIL
REFINERY COMPLEX..............................................................................................................................................................................3094
N. Hosseinzadeh, A. Valaee
DAMAGE SPECTRA AND INTENSITY SPECTRA FOR RECENT VRANCEA EARTHQUAKES ............................................3102
H. Sandi, I. S. Borcia
CRUSTAL VELOCITY MODELS FOR THE WIDE AREA OF CRETE ISLAND IN THE SOUTHERN
HELLENIC SUBDUCTION ZONE...........................................................................................................................................................3112
E. Kokinou, E. Papadimitriou, V. Karakostas, E. Kamperis, F. Vallianatos, I. Nikolintaga
ROMANIAN CODE FOR ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING BUILDINGS CONCEPTS AND METHODS ......................................3122
T. Postelnicu, D. Zamfirescu, E. Lozinca
SEISMIC RETROFITTING OF CONCRETE BRIDGES .....................................................................................................................3129
M. Causevic, M. Bulic
A NATO PROJECT ON DERIVING IMPROVED (INSTRUMENTAL) CRITERIA FOR SEISMIC INTENSITY
ASSESSMENT ..............................................................................................................................................................................................3137
H. Sandi, F. Aptikaev, V. Alcaz, I. S. Borcia, A. Drumea, O. Erteleva, A. Roman
SEISMIC HAZARD OF THE NORTH-SOUTH SEISMIC ZONE, CHINA........................................................................................3145
S. Cole, Y. Xu, P. W. Burton
THE APPLICATION OF MULTIPLE RANDOM EARTHQUAKE SIMULATIONS TO PROBABILISTIC
SEISMIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT IN THE AEGEAN REGION.......................................................................................................3155
G. A. Weatherill, P. W. Burton
TRACES THROUGH THE MACROSEISMIC FIELD EXPERIENCE IN BULGARIA..................................................................3165
R. Glaveheva, S. Dimova, B. Ranguelov, I. Cecic
SEISMIC STRENGTHENING OF A LOW RISE STEEL FRAMED SCHOOL ................................................................................3175
H. Kazem, F. Nateghi-A
RESEARCH ON THE METHOD OF DETERMINATION THE TIME OF FORTHCOMING SEISMIC EVENT .....................3185
A. Galka
ASSESSMENT OF POUNDING FORCES IN SEISMIC RESPONSE OF ISOLATED BOX GIRDER BRIDGES
CONSIDERING SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION.........................................................................................................................3191
A. M. Halabian, A. Salehi, S. H. Hashemolhosseini
FRAGILITY BASED ASSESSMENT OF THE STRUCTURAL DEFICIENCIES IN TURKISH RC FRAME
STRUCTURES .............................................................................................................................................................................................3201
B. O. Ay, M. A. Erberik, S. Akkar
COMPARISON BETWEEN THE ITALIAN SEISMIC HAZARD MAP (PRSTN04) AND ALTERNATIVE PSHA
ESTIMATES .................................................................................................................................................................................................3211
M. Mucciarelli, D. Albarello, V. D'Amico
INSTRUMENTAL DATA AND ANALYTICAL CONSIDERATIONS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF A
PECULIAR STRUCTURE. A CASE STUDY ..........................................................................................................................................3218
I. Vlad, M. N. Vlad, H. Sandi
WAVELET BASED CHARACTERIZATION OF SEISMIC GROUND MOTIONS.........................................................................3228
A. Chakraborty, B. Basu
GLOBAL ANALYZE OF THE EARTH’S SEISMIC ACTIVITY SINCE 80’S AND GENERAL LESSONS
LEARNT........................................................................................................................................................................................................3238
M. Septimius, S. N. Vlad
SEISMIC FRAGILITY ANALYSIS OF HARP TYPE CABLE STAYED BRIDGES WITH SUPPORT
FLEXIBILITY ..............................................................................................................................................................................................3244
R. A. Khan, T. K. Datta, S. Ahmad
STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISATION OF TURKISH R/C BUILDING STOCK FOR LOSS ASSESSMENT
APPLICATIONS ..........................................................................................................................................................................................3254
I. E. Bal, H. Crowley, R. Pinho, G. Gulay
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE AND DESIGN OF COMPOSITE MOMENT-RESISTING FRAMES...............................................3264
J. M. Castro, A. Y. Elghazouli, B. A. Izzuddin
MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION MAKING FOR SEISMIC RETROFITTING OF AN UNDERDESIGNED RC
STRUCTURE................................................................................................................................................................................................3274
N. Caterino, I. Iervolino, G. Manfredi, E. Cosenza
INVESTIGATION OF POUNDING DAMAGE FOR REINFORCED COCNRETE STRUCTURES WITH
LIMITED DUCTILITY...............................................................................................................................................................................3284
M. Mourad, A. Hassan, S. Mourad
PHYSICO - MATHEMATICAL BASE AND MONITORING SYSTEM FOR THE EARTHQUAKE FORECAST
(M > 6), ITS PLACE AND TIME ...............................................................................................................................................................3294
M. Martynova, O. Martynov
NUMERICAL ANALYSES OF A SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR PRE-CAST CONCRETE PANELS .................................................3300
G. Metelli, P. Riva
THE INELASTIC RESPONSE DIFFERENCES OF TWO BUILDINGS DESIGNED WITH DIFFERENT
SEISMIC BEHAVIOR FACTORS, WITH AND WITHOUT OVER-RESISTANCE EFFECTS.....................................................3309
J. A. Avila, E. Morales
URBAN SYSTEM UNDER EARTHQUAKE THREAT APPLICATION TO THE AZORES..........................................................3319
C. S. Oliveira, M. A. Ferreira, F. Mota De Sa, J. C. Nunes, J. Proença, L. Sousa
UPLIFT OF BURIED MONHOLES AND PIPES DUE TO LIQUEFACTION OF REPLACED SOILS........................................3327
S. Yasuda, H. Kiku
VERIFICATION OF AN ADAPTIVE PUSHOVER TECHNIQUE FOR THE 3D CASE.................................................................3335
H. Meireles, R. Pinho, R. Bento, S. Antoniou
DRIFT DEMAND OF FRAME STRUCTURES SUBJECTED TO VRANCEA EARTHQUAKE GROUND
MOTIONS .....................................................................................................................................................................................................3345
E. Albota, S. Demetriu, R. Enache
INFLUENCE OF GROUND-MOTION MODELLING ON LOSS EXCEEDANCE CURVES FOR PORTFOLIOS
OF BUILDINGS ...........................................................................................................................................................................................3355
H. Crowley, J. J. Bommer
BOUMERDES EARTHQUAKE PART I: CHARACTERISTICS OF THE EARTHQUAKE..........................................................3365
K. E. Ramdane, M. Hamada, M. Miyajima, Y. Ono
SEISMIC HAZARD DISAGGREGATION STUDIES. APPLICATION TO MAINLAND PORTUGAL .......................................3375
M. L. Sousa, A. Campos Costa
EXACT CAUSAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ATTENUATION AND PHASE VELOCITY IN LINEAR
DISSIPATIVE MEDIA................................................................................................................................................................................3384
K. C. Meza-Fajardo, C. G. Lai
SEISMIC RISK ASSESSMENT OF INFORMALLY BUILT CONFINED MASONRY DWELLINGS IN PERU........................3394
M. Blondet, N. Tarque, J. Velasquez
A COMPARISON OF RECORDED AND COMPUTED EARTHQUAKE MOTIONS OF LARGE CONCRETE
DAMS.............................................................................................................................................................................................................3403
J. Proulx, G. Darbre, N. Kamileris
EVALUATION OF RECENTLY IMPROVED APPROXIMATE NONLINEAR ANALYSIS PROCEDURES ............................3413
S. Akkar, A. Metin, A. Yakut
A VELOCITY AND DISPLACEMENT DEPENDENT SEMI-ACTIVE CONTROL ALGORITHM .............................................3423
C. Oliveira, L. Guerreiro
PREDICTION OF PEAK GROUND VELOCITY FOR EUROPE AND SURROUNDING COUNTRIES.....................................3433
S. Akkar, J. J. Bommer
SEISMIC REINFORCEMENT OF ADOBE HOUSES USING EXTERNAL POLYMER MESH ...................................................3443
M. Blondet, D. Torrealva, J. Vargas, J. Velasquez, N. Tarque
BOUMERDES EARTHQUAKE PART II: DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES ........................................................................................3451
K. Meguro, K. E. Ramdane, K. Konagai, T. Saito, M. Hamada
REAL-TIME HYBRID EARTHQUAKE SIMULATION OF A STEEL COLUMN IN A 20-STOREY BUILDING.....................3463
P. A. Bonnet, M. S. Williams, A. Blakeborough, M. Ojaghi
MODIFICATION DISPLACEMENT FACTORS FOR NON LINEAR BEHAVIOR OF SOIL AND STRUCTURE ...................3472
J. C. Vielma, W. Lobo Quintero, P. Rivero
SEISMIC RESPONSE OF ALPINE VALLEYS: THE CASE OF VAL PELLICE, ITALY..............................................................3481
C. Cauzzi, C. Eva, G. Ferretti, V. Giraud, R. Paolucci
PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF EXISISTING R.C. FRAMES.................................................................................3491
P. Cifarelli, G. Rizzano, I. Tolone
RISK-BASED SAFETY EVALUATION OF EXISTING BUILDINGS – THE CONCEPT OF THE SWISS
TECHNICAL NOTE SIA 2018...................................................................................................................................................................3501
E. Kolz, T. Vogel, B. Duvernay
NON-LINEAR DYNAMIC RESPONSE ANALYSIS ON MULTI-STORY FRAMES WITH SIMPLIFIED
HEXAGONAL FAILURE SURFACE.......................................................................................................................................................3511
J. H. Choi, K. Ohi
SHAKING TABLE TESTS ON THIN LIGHTLY REINFORCED H-SHAPED STRUCTURAL WALL.......................................3519
E. Coelho, M. Fischinger, A. Campos Costa, M. J. Falcao Silva, P. Kante
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON LOW-REINFORCED CONCRETE WALLS ..........................................................................3529
M. Pavel, M. Seki, C. Pavel
SHAKE TABLE TESTS OF A 3-STOREY IRREGULAR RC STRUCTURE WITHOUT ENGINEERED
EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE.................................................................................................................................................................3538
E. Coelho, A. Campos Costa, M. J. Falcao Silva, P. Candeias
EXPERIMENTAL MODAL ANALYSIS OF THE CEDRAV HISTORICAL BUILDING ...............................................................3548
D. Rinaldis, P. Clemente, G. Teresi
THE USE OF RISK IN DESIGN: THE ATC 58 PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE ...............................................3559
C. D. Comartin, J. P. Moehle, R. O. Hamburger, A. S. Whittaker, R. E. Bachman, C. Rojahn
NUMERICAL CODE FOR SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES INCORPORATING ENERGY
DISSIPATING DEVICES ...........................................................................................................................................................................3569
P. Mataa, S. Oller, A. H. Barbat, R. Boroschek
DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF CONCRETE FACE ROCKFILL DAM USING NUMERICAL AND SEMIANALYTICAL METHODS........................................................................................................................................................................3578
Z. Ghannad, S. Malla
SHAKING TABLE TESTS ON R.C. FRAME BRACED WITH FLUID VISCOUS DAMPERS .....................................................3585
R. Antonucci, F. Balducci, F. Bartera, M. G. Castellano, T. Chaudat
DEMONSTRATIVE EARLY WARNING SYSTEM IN THE EASTERN PYRENEES.....................................................................3593
X. Goula, B. Colas, J. A. Jara, N. Romeu, P. Dominique, T. Susagna, J. Irizarry, O. Sedan, S. Figueras, C. Olivera, A. Roca
EVALUATION OF THE SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF PRECAST CONCRETE BUILDINGS WITH ENERGY
DISSIPATING DEVICES ...........................................................................................................................................................................3602
P. Mataa, A. H. Barbat, S. Oller, R. Boroschek
NUEMERICAL–EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF HIGH DAMPING ELASTOMERS FOR ENERGY
DISSIPATING DEVICES ...........................................................................................................................................................................3611
P. Mataa, R. Boroschek, A. H. Barbat, S. Oller
SEISMIC MICROZONATION IN TWO VALLEYS OF THE EASTERN PYRENEES: ANDORRA AND THE
CERDANYA .................................................................................................................................................................................................3621
A. Macau, S. Figueras, B. Colas, B. Le Brun, A. Bitri, T. Susagna, J. Cires, M. Gonzalez, A. Roulle
SIMPLIFIED PARAMETERS FOR THE EVALUATION OF SITE EFFECTS IN THE SEISMIC RISK
ANALYSES OF MONUMENTS ................................................................................................................................................................3631
G. Di Capua, E. Curti, A. Lemme, S. Peppoloni, S. Podesta
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE SENSITIVITY OF A 9-STORY STEEL FRAME TO PLASTIC HINGE
MODELING UNCERTAINTIES ...............................................................................................................................................................3641
D. Vamvatsikos, M. Fragiadakis
TORSIONAL RESPONSE INDUCED BY VRANCEA EARTHQUAKE GROUND MOTIONS.....................................................3648
R. Enache, S. Demetriu, E. Albota
Volume 6
BOND BETWEEN CONCRETE AND CORRODED STEEL REBAR UNDER CYCLING LOADING:
EXPERIMENTAL TESTS ..........................................................................................................................................................................3656
M. Valente
SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF STEEL FRAMES WITH SEMI-RIGID CONNECTIONS .....................................................................3666
M. Valente
EFFECTS OF CONCRETE SLAB ON THE SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF STEEL FRAMES: APPLICATION
OF A FIBER MODEL .................................................................................................................................................................................3676
M. Valente
ACCELERATION RESPONSE SPECTRA FROM MINING TREMORS..........................................................................................3686
K. Kuzniar, E. Maciag, T. Tatara
ROTATIONAL DUCTILITY DEMAND EVALUATION OF COUPLING BEAMS BY MONTE CARLO
SIMULATION ..............................................................................................................................................................................................3696
M. A. Shayanfar, P. Esmaeili
THE THEORY OF THE CHAOS IN THE FRACTAL GENERATION OF SYNTHETIC EARTHQUAKES ..............................3706
R. Magana, A. Hermosillo, M. Romo, M. Perez
EVALUATION OF EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE AND THE STRENGTHENING OF BUILDINGS
DAMAGED BY EARTHQUAKE ..............................................................................................................................................................3716
M. Danieli, J. Bloch
SIGNIFICANCE OF SHEAR MODELING IN SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF RC STRUCTURES ................................................3726
A. Mwafy, A. Elnashai
PSEUDODYNAMIC TESTS AND SUBSTRUCTURING OF DAMAGEABLE STRUCTURES UNDER TWO
COMPONENT EARTHQUAKE................................................................................................................................................................3736
A. Souid, A. Delaplace, F. Ragueneau, R. Desmorat
DAMAGE EVALUATION AND REHABILITATION OF THE MONTORIO MEDIEVAL TOWER AFTER
THE SEPTEMBER 14TH, 2003 EARTHQUAKE ...................................................................................................................................3744
M. Indirli, B. Carpani, G. Panza, F. Romanelli, B. Spadoni
ANISOTROPIC DAMAGE FOR CONCRETE WITHIN MULTIFIBRE BEAM FINITE ELEMENT THEORY .......................3754
F. Ragueneau, A. Souid, A. Delaplace, R. Desmorat
A STUDY ON SEISMIC VULNERABILITY OF RURAL HOUSES IN IRAN ..................................................................................3763
M. A. Ghannad, A. Bakhshi, S. E. Mousavieshkiki, A. Khosravifar, Y. Bozorgnia, A. A. Taheri Behbahani
FRICTIONAL APPROACH TO SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF FLEXIBLE SLIDINGSTRUCTURES-STRUCTURES...................3773
B. Mendez, E. Botero, M. Romo
ATTENUATION RELATIONS OF STRONG GROUND MOTION IN JAPAN USING SITE CLASSIFICATION
BASED ON PREDOMINANT PERIOD ...................................................................................................................................................3782
Y. Fukushima, J. X. Zhao, J. Zhang, A. Asano, Y. Ohno, T. Oouchi, T. Takahashi, H. Ogawa, K. Irikura, Y. Fukushima, H. K. Thio,
P. G. Somerville
PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN OF RC BUILDINGS USING OPTIMIZATION TOOLS .......................................................3792
M. Fragiadakis, M. Papadrakakis
SEISMIC RISK OF HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS IN MAJOR CITIES OF CENTRAL BALKAN REGION
EXPOSED TO DISTANT LARGE MAGNITUDE EARTHQUAKES .................................................................................................3802
T. Petrovski, J. Petrovski
THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEISMOLOGICAL NETWORK...........................................................................................3812
A. Pazos, J. M. Davila, E. Buforn, A. Udias, W. Hanka, M. Benzzeghoud, M. Harnafi, A. Nadji, A. Rimi, H. Momsour
REAL-TIME GROUND MOTION FROM THE NEW STRONG MOTION SEISMIC NETWORK IN BRITISH
COLUMBIA, CANADA ..............................................................................................................................................................................3819
A. Rosenberger, G. C. Rogers, S. Huffman
MODAL COMBINATION OF THE MAXIMUM BASE SHEARS IN THE DIRECTION PERPENDICULAR TO
THE EARTHQUAKE EXCITATION DIRECTION ..............................................................................................................................3827
N. Ozhendekci
SEISMIC RESPONSE MODIFICATION FACTOR FOR ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES ............................................3835
D. Ozhendekci, N. Ozhendekci, A. Z. Ozturk
TESTING OF AN ELEVATED VIADUCT IN MEXICO CITY ...........................................................................................................3844
D. Muria Vila, A. R. Sanchez Ramirez, R. Gomez Martinez, J. A. Escobar
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF FULL-SCALE LATERAL-LOAD TESTS OF A 3X5 PILE GROUP .............................................3854
T. Tobita, S. Iai, K. M. Rollins
SEISMIC EVALUATION AND STRENGTHENING OF AN HISTORIC SYNAGOGUE USING TRADITIONAL
AND INNOVATIVE METHODS AND MATERIALS............................................................................................................................3864
T. F. Paret, S. A. Freeman, G. Searer, M. Hachem, U. Gilmartin
GROUND MOTIONS AND CASUALTIES IN THE 1999 CHI-CHI, TAIWAN EARTHQUAKE ..................................................3874
M. Sullivan, T. Onur
SITE EFFECT AND SEISMIC VULNERABILITY OF THE ACATLAN CITY, MEXICO ............................................................3884
D. Vega, J. Lermo, M. Chavacan
VIBRATION CHARACTERISTICS OF BUILDINGS USING MICROTREMOR MEASUREMENTS........................................3893
J. Kanai, K. Tokeshi, C. Cuadra, M. B. Karkee
INFLUENCE OF THE FRICTION COEFFICIENT ON THE SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF INCA STONE
MASONRY....................................................................................................................................................................................................3899
J. Ogawa, C. Cuadra, M. Karkee, K. Tokeshi, H. Kanno, Y. Sato
A METHOD TO EVALUATE THE MACROECONOMIC DISASTER DEFICIT............................................................................3907
O. Cardona, M. Ordaz, A. Moreno, S. Santa-Cruz
ON ESTIMATION OF SITE AMPLIFICATION FROM AMBIENT GROUND NOISE..................................................................3917
E. Safak
AUTOMATED DAMAGE DETECTION OF BUILDINGS FROM HIGH-RESOLUTION SATELLITE IMAGES ....................3926
F. Yamazaki, K. Kouch
RELATIONSHIP OF SEISMIC RESPONSES AND STRENGTH INDEXES OF GROUND MOTIONS FOR A
LARGE-SCALE RIGID STRUCTURES ..................................................................................................................................................3933
S. O. Citak, H. Kawase, S. Ikutama
GIS BASED EARTHQUAKE DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND MITIGATION INFORMATION SYSTEM
(EDMMIS).....................................................................................................................................................................................................3943
B. Sarma
STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTORS FOR BUILDING FOUNDATION SYSTEMS CONSIDERING
STRUCTURAL DAMAGE .........................................................................................................................................................................3953
L. E. Perez-Rocha, J. Aviles
CAPACITY BUILDING FOR EARTHQUAKE SAFETY AND MITIGATION THROUGH AWARENESS AND
COMMUNITY EDUCATION ....................................................................................................................................................................3963
P. R. Barooah
STRONG MOTION PREDICTION USING STATISTICAL GREEN'S FUNCTIONS AND DAMAGE
PREDICTION BASED ON NONLIENAR STRUCTURAL MODELS ................................................................................................3971
N. Ho, H. Kawase
DETAILED EARTHQUAKE LOSS ESTIMATION MODEL FOR COMPREHENSIVE RISK MANAGEMENT .....................3981
O. Cardona, M. Ordaz, S. Arambula, L. Yamin, O. Mahul, F. Ghesquiere
EFFECTIVENESS OF SEMI-ACTIVE CONTROL ON A SEISMIC-EXCITED ISOLATED BRIDGE .......................................3993
T. Y. Lee, K. Kawashima
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DAMAGE TO NONSTRUCTURAL BUILDING ELEMENTS AND THE
SEISMIC INTENSITIES OF RECENT EARTHQUAKES IN JAPAN ................................................................................................4002
H. Kambara, Y. Hayashi, K. Tamura
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF A STEEL ARCH BRIDGE....................................................................................4011
J. Alvarez, J. Mejia, S. Zavala
EFFECT OF NEAR-FIELD GROUND MOTIONS ON THE INELASTIC FORCE AND DISPLACEMENT
DEMAND OF BRIDGE STRUCTURE .....................................................................................................................................................4019
G. Watanabe, K. Kawashima
A PROBABILISTIC FRAMEWORK FOR PERFORMANCE-BASED SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF
STRUCTURES CONSIDERING RESIDUAL DEFORMATIONS .......................................................................................................4027
S. R. Uma, S. Pampanin, C. Christopoulos
FULL SCALE SHAKING TABLE TESTS FOR POST AND BEAM WOODEN HOUSES BY E-DEFENSE ...............................4037
I. Nakamura, H. Shimizu, C. Minowa, I. Sakamoto, Y. Suzuki
SINGLE MODE NONLINEAR SEISMIC CONTROL OF BUILDING FRAMES WITH ANN ......................................................4046
M. R. Manepalli, T. K. Datta
EFFECT OF RESTORING FORCE MODEL FOR COLUMN-TYPE RC PIERS ON DISPLACEMENT
DUCTILITY BASED DESIGN...................................................................................................................................................................4056
K. Hirao, Y. Nariyuki, S. Sasada
INTERPRETATION OF EXPRESSWAY DAMAGES IN THE 2004 MID NIIGATA EARTHQUAKE BASED ON
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS ........................................................................................................................................................................4066
Y. Maruyama, F. Yamazaki, H. Yogai, Y. Tsuchiya
EARTHQUAKE EARLY WARNING SYSTEM AT A LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND A PRIVATE COMPANY
IN JAPAN ......................................................................................................................................................................................................4074
H. Negishi, S. Yamamoto
DAMAGE ESTIMATION AND RESPONSE SIMULATION IN THE INTEGRATED EARTHQUAKE
DISASTER SIMULATION SYSTEMS .....................................................................................................................................................4081
N. Kodama, Y. Goto, I. Takeuchi, S. Kakumoto
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY EARTHQUAKE DISASTER INFORMATION SYSTEM
BASED ON RARMIS...................................................................................................................................................................................4090
H. Yamada, T. Furuto, N. Sasaki, K. Fukuyama, S. Kakumoto
FULL-SCALE TEST ON CONCRETE PILES UNDER SEISMIC LOADING ..................................................................................4099
R. Tuladhar, H. Mutsuyoshi, T. Maki
CRACK WIDTH OF REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMNS SUBJECTED TO SEISMIC FORCE .........................................4108
I. Kishimoto, Y. Ohno
RESIDUAL SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF RC FRAMES WITH UNREINFORCED BLOCK WALL BASED
ON CRACK WIDTHS .................................................................................................................................................................................4116
H. Choi, Y. Nakano, N. Takahashi
SITE SPECIFIC HIGH-FREQUENCY ENVELOPES AND THE STOCHASTIC GREEN FUNCTION
SIMULATION OF STRONG GROUND MOTIONS ..............................................................................................................................4126
A. Petukhin, T. Kagawa, M. Tsurugi
ESTIMATING OF SHALLOW VELOCITY STRUCTURE BY INVERSION OF RECEIVER FUNCTION ...............................4136
A. Petukhin, K. Miyakoshi
SITE EFFECT INVESTIGATION BASED ON DATA OF LOCAL NETWORK OF SEISMIC OBSERVATIONS
IN THE URBAN AREA...............................................................................................................................................................................4146
D. Melkov, A. Kharebov
AN APPLICATION OF ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS FOR RELIABILITY ANALYSIS AND
PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN OF PILE-SUPPORTED BRIDGE PIERS.................................................................................4156
H. Ghalibafian, R. O. Foschi, C. E. Ventura
HYBRID MODELLING OF GROUND MOTION ..................................................................................................................................4166
E. Gottschämmer, A. Oth, J. Miksat, F. Wenzel
MODELING OF COMPLETE STRESS-STRAIN RELATIONSHIP FOR HIGH-STRENGTH STEELS.....................................4174
Y. Sun, T. Fukuhara, J. Chen
GIS-BASED JAPAN ENGINEERING GEOMORPHOLOGIC CLASSIFICATION DATABASE FOR SEISMIC
HAZARD ASSESSMENT ...........................................................................................................................................................................4184
K. Wakamatsu, M. Matsuoka
NON-LINEAR RESPONSE OF RC FRAME WITH DIFFERENT INFILLS SUBJECTED TO CYCLIC
LOADING .....................................................................................................................................................................................................4194
M. Z. Kabir, R. Shahmoradi
SEISMIC STABILITY OF TOWER CRANE WITH PILE FOUNDATION IN LOAM GROUND ................................................4202
F. Arai, T. Katada, N. Suemasa, K. Itoh, S. Tamate, Y. Toyosawa
SEISMOCARE : AN EFFICIENT GIS TOOL FOR SCENARIO-TYPE INVESTIGATIONS OF SEISMIC RISK
OF EXISTING CITIES................................................................................................................................................................................4211
C. Providakis, S. Anagnostopoulos, P. Salvaneschi, G. Bonacina
FROM THE SEISMIC SOURCE TO THE STRUCTURAL RESPONSE: ADVANCED MODELLING BY THE
SPECTRAL ELEMENT METHOD ..........................................................................................................................................................4221
M. Stupazzini, L. Scandella, R. Paolucci, M. Vanini
DAMAGE OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURE UNDER EXTREMELY STRONG GROUND
MOTION .......................................................................................................................................................................................................4230
M. Saisho, D. Hayamichi, Y. Toda
DAMAGE OF CONCRETE FILLED STEEL TUBE STRUCRURE UNDER EXTREMELY STRONG GROUND
MOTION .......................................................................................................................................................................................................4240
M. Saisho, M. Kato
RECORDED SEISMIC RESPONSE OF AN INSTRUMENTED HIGH-RISE REINFORCED-CONCRETE
BUILDING IN BUCHAREST.....................................................................................................................................................................4250
S. Demetriu, A. Aldea
STUDYING SHEAR AND FLEXURAL RESPONSE OF BUILDINGS TO PULSE-LIKE GROUND MOTIONS
IN NEAR-FIELD EARTHQUAKES..........................................................................................................................................................4260
A. R. Khaloo, H. Khosravi
SEISMIC EVALUATION OF EXISTING BUILDINGS: LESSONS LEARNT WITH THE NEW SWISS
BUILDING CODE ANNEX SIA 2018 .......................................................................................................................................................4270
B. Duvernay, E. Kölz, R. Vogt, X. Mittaz
SEISMIC CONTROL PROCEDURES FOR BUILDING PROJECTS IN SWITZERLAND ...........................................................4276
B. Duvernay, O. Lateltin
COMBINED EFFECTS OF FIBRE MORTARS AND REINFORCED POLYMERS ON THE SEISMIC
CAPACITY OF MASONRY.......................................................................................................................................................................4284
E. Juhásová, R. Sofronie, M. Hurák
SEISMIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT OF SOUTHERN IRAN DRY DOCKS ......................................................................................4294
G. G. Amiri, K. Rokneddin, M. K. Fard, Y. J. Marzouni, S. A. R. Amrei
A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF DATA PROCESSING SCHEMES USING TURKISH STRONG
GROUND-MOTION DATA........................................................................................................................................................................4304
E. Yenier, A. Z. Denizoglu, Z. Colakoglu, S. Akkar
QUASI-STATIC AND PSEUDO-DYNAMIC TESTING OF DAMAGE RESISTANT BRIDGE PIERS WITH
HYBRID CONNECTIONS .........................................................................................................................................................................4314
D. Marriott, A. Palermo, S. Pampanin
RELIABILITY OF QUALIFICATION TESTS OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS USING SHAKING TABLES ............................4324
G. Franchioni, M. Fratelli, R. Fregonese, R. Severn
PHENOMENOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF CYCLIC DEFORMATION USING THE MULTI-COMPONENT
DISTURBED STATE CONCEPT ..............................................................................................................................................................4334
S. I. Kim, K. B. Park, S. Y. Park
FEASIBILITY STUDY ON SEISMIC RISK SWAP USING PURE PARAMETRIC TRIGGERS FOR BUSINESS
CONTINUITY ..............................................................................................................................................................................................4341
S. Fukushima, H. Yashiro
THE RPSD METHOD AND ITS APPLICATION TO THE DESIGN OF A 12-STORY R/C FRAME ...........................................4351
J. L. D. Costa, M. Aono, T. Ichinose, R. Bento, M. P. Nielsen
THE BAM, IRAN EARTHQUAKE OF 26 DECEMBER 2003 WITH EMPHASIS ON STRONG MOTION
RECORDS.....................................................................................................................................................................................................4361
A. A. Moinfar, A. Naderzadeh
REPARABILITY DEMAND SPECTRUM OF R/C BUILDINGS DUE TO THE LIFECYCLE SEISMIC LOSS
ESTIMATION ..............................................................................................................................................................................................4366
N. Takahashi, Y. Nakano, H. Shiohara
STRUCTURAL SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION BY USING HILBERT TRANSFORMS ..................................................................4374
L. L. Hong, B. Huang
Volume 7
IMPROVED EARTHQUAKE LOCATIONS IN GREECE USING THE DD ALGORITHM AND A 3D
VELOCITY MODEL...................................................................................................................................................................................4384
O. Galanis, C. Papazachos, E. Scordilis, P. Hatzidimitriou
PAKISTAN EARTHQUAKE 2005 OCTOBER 8: EARTHQUAKE EXPECTATION AND SEISMIC HAZARD
THROUGH TO IMPACT ...........................................................................................................................................................................4394
P. W. Burton, S. Cole
SEISMIC RISK ASSESSMENT FOR BELI ISKAR DAM ....................................................................................................................4404
G. Varbanov, M. Kostov, D. Stefanov, A. Kaneva, N. Koleva
NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS AND ENGINEERING METHODS FOR EVALUATION OF SEISMIC
BEHAVIOUR OF EXPERIMENTALY TESTED SHEAR WALL .......................................................................................................4414
M. Kostov, D. Stefanov, N. Koleva
ROAD EMBANKMENTS UNDER EARTHQUAKES: FAILURE MECHANISMS AND CORRECTIVE
MEASURES ..................................................................................................................................................................................................4422
S. López-Querol, R. Porras-Soriano, R. Blázquez
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH OF R.C. ELEMENTS WITH SUBSTANDARD DETAILS...........................................................4432
D. Syntzirma, G. Thermou, S. Pantazopoulou, G. Halkitis
NEW EMPIRICAL PREDICTIVE EQUATIONS FOR THE FOURIER AMPLITUDE SPECTRUM OF
ACCELERATION AND ARIAS INTENSITY IN NEW ZEALAND ....................................................................................................4442
P. Stafford, J. Berrill, J. Pettinga
PERFORMANCE DOMAIN DESIGN PROCEDURE OF WALL BUILDINGS................................................................................4452
I. Guljas, V. Sigmund
CALIBRATION OF RAPID VISUAL SCREENING SCORES TO LOCAL STRUCTURES IN IRAN .........................................4462
R. Nematolahi, F. Nateghi-A
SEISMIC RETROFIT OF BRIDGES - A JAPANESE PRACTICE .....................................................................................................4472
K. Kawashima
RISK ASSESSMENT FOR THE ROAD NETWORK IN THE FRENCH-ITALIAN BORDER REGION USING
WEB SERVICES ..........................................................................................................................................................................................4482
J. Douglas, J. J. Serrano, D. Coraboeuf, O. Bouc, C. Arnal, F. Robida, H. Modaressi, M. Atkinson, G. Vowles, I. Holt
STRONG MOTION INSTRUMENTATION OF DAMS – A TOOL FOR SEISMIC HAZARD REDUCTION.............................4489
V. Mihailov, D. Dojcinovski
HAZARD MODELS IN THE CENTRAL PART OF ROMANIA FOR DAM’S RATING IN SEISMIC RISK
CLASSESS ....................................................................................................................................................................................................4499
I. A. Moldovan, T. Moldoveanu, E. Popescu
AN ADVANCED APPROACH TO ASSESS THE SEISMIC RISK FOR LARGE URBANIZED AREAS .....................................4509
M. Kostov, A. Kaneva, E. Vaseva, D. Stefanov, N. Koleva
EVALUATION OF SEISMIC STABILITY OF REINFORCED SOIL SLOPES AND WALLS USING
HORIZONTAL SLICE METHOD ............................................................................................................................................................4518
H. Nouri, A. Fakher
ANALYSIS OF GLOBAL DAMAGE AND FUNCTIONING OF HIGHWAY SYSTEMS IN EARTHQUAKE
CONDITIONS...............................................................................................................................................................................................4528
D. Dojcinovski, V. Mihailov
EARTHQUAKE LOSS ESTIMATION MODELS: TIME TO OPEN THE BLACK BOXES? ........................................................4538
J. J. Bommer, R. J. Spence, R. Pinho
UNEARTHING EARTHQUAKES IN THE SIENESE CRETE: HOW WE IMPROVED THE SEISMIC
CATALOGUE OF A LOW-SEISMICITY AREA ...................................................................................................................................4547
V. Castelli, F. Bernardini
SEISMIC RISK EVALUATION FOR AN URBAN CENTRE...............................................................................................................4556
M. L. Carreño, O. D. Cardona, A. H. Barbat
NUMERICAL TOOL TO STUDY STRUCTURAL REINFORCEMENT OF STEEL REINFORCED
CONCRETE (RC) STRUCTURES UNDER SEISMIC LOADS USING FIBER REINFORCED POLYMERS
(FRP) ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................4566
X. Martinez, S. Oller, A. Barbat
TIME, SPACE AND SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF EARTHQUAKES FOR FĂGĂRAŞ SEISMOGENIC REGION
(ROMANIA)..................................................................................................................................................................................................4576
I. A. Moldovan, E. Popescu, M. Radulian
THE EARTHQUAKES OF THE XIV AND XV CENTURIES IN CATALONIA (NE SPAIN) ........................................................4585
C. Olivera, E. Redondo, J. Lambert, A. Riera, A. Roca
IMPLEMENTATION OF A NON-SPLITTING FORMULATION OF PERFECT MATCHING LAYER IN A 3D
– 4TH ORDER STAGGERED-GRID VELOCITY-STRESS FINITE-DIFFERENCE SCHEME....................................................4595
A. A. Skarlatoudis, J. Kristek, P. Moczo, C. B. Papazachos
REAL-TIME HAZARD ANALYSIS FOR EARTHQUAKE EARLY WARNING .............................................................................4605
I. Iervolino, V. Convertito, M. Giorgio, G. Manfredi, A. Zollo
DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR AND LIQUEFACTION RESISTANCE OF GRAVELS .............................................................................4615
G. Bouckovalas, N. Fanouraki, A. Valsamis
SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF REINFORCED CONCRETE COUPLED SYSTEMS CONSIDERING DUCTILITY
EFFECTS IN ACCORDANCE TO EUROCODE....................................................................................................................................4625
J. Králik, R. Tínes
NON-LINEAR ANALYSIS OF SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF ASYMMETRIC IN PLAN BUILDINGS .........................................4635
D. Ladjinovic, R. Folic
SOME INSIGHTS ON DYNAMIC RUPTURE MODELLING USING A FINITE ELEMENT METHOD....................................4643
S. Bernardie, H. Aochi, H. Modaressi, R. Madariaga
AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS ON THE SEISMIC SAFEGUARD OF ART OBJECTS ...........................................................4652
M. Guadagnuolo, M. Landolfi, M. Monaco
OVERTURNING MAPS OF A ROCKING RIGID BODY UNDER SCALED STRONG GROUND MOTIONS ..........................4662
L. Sorrentino, F. Mollaioli, R. Masiani
PUSHOVER ANALYSES OF FRP RETROFITTED RC FRAMES.....................................................................................................4672
B. Ferracuti, M. Savoia, R. Pinho, R. Francia
ASSESSMENT OF ADAPTIVE PUSHOVER PROCEDURES BY DYNAMIC ANALYSIS............................................................4682
B. Ferracuti, M. Savoia, R. Pinho, R. Francia
A NEW SEISMIC MODEL OF THE EASTERN ALPINE CRUST .....................................................................................................4692
M. Behm, F. Bleibinhaus, E. Brückl, M. Grad, S. Mertl
SEISMIC PROTECTION OF THE GUADALFEO BRIDGE BY VISCOUS DAMPERS.................................................................4702
J. M. Simon-Talero, R. M. Merino, S. Infanti
DYNAMIC BEHAVIOUR OF A 9-STOREY BASE ISOLATED BUILDING ESTIMATED FROM STRONG
MOTION RECORDS...................................................................................................................................................................................4712
T. Kashima, Y. Kitagawa
APPLICATION OF ENDURANCE TIME METHOD FOR ESTIMATING MAXIMUM DEFORMATION
DEMANDS OF STRUCTURES .................................................................................................................................................................4722
H. T. Riahi, H. E. Estekanchi
SURFACE GROUND STRAINS EVALUATED FROM WEAK MOTION RECORDS OF DENSE
SEISMOGRAPH ARRAYS: THE CASE OF PARKWAY VALLEY, NEW ZEALAND...................................................................4730
C. Smerzini, E. Faccioli, R. Paolucci, L. Scandella, W. R. Stephenson
SEISMIC RISK ASSESSMENT OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES ..........................................................................4740
X. Romão, J. Guedes, A. Costa, R. Delgado
BUSINESS IMPACT AND RESTORATION MODEL FROM TSUNAMI DISASTER ....................................................................4750
Y. Kuwata, S. Takada, C. D. K. Parapayalage
EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF DAMPING DEVICES UNDER IMPACT
LOADS FROM CONTAINER FALL........................................................................................................................................................4760
J. Králik
SIMPLIFIED SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF INFILLED REINFORCED CONCRETE FRAMES .................................................4770
M. Dolšek, P. Fajfar
PROBABILISTIC VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS: AN APPLICATION TO A TYPICAL SCHOOL BUILDING
IN ISTANBUL ..............................................................................................................................................................................................4780
U. Hancilar, E. Durukal, G. Franco, G. Deodatis, M. Erdik, A. Smyth
PATTERN OF LONG TERM BEHAVIOR OF NORTH TEHRAN FAULT, A PALEOSEISMOLGICAL
APPROACH..................................................................................................................................................................................................4790
A. Naderzadeh, R. Madani
WET-MIXED SHOTCRETE USAGE IN LOW-DUCTILE REINFORCED CONCRETE FRAMES.............................................4797
P. T. Tuga, E. Yüksel, S. Pala, K. Taskin, F. Karadogan
SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF RC STRUCTURAL WALLS WITH DEFICIENT LAP SPLICE AND SHEAR
REINFORCEMENT ....................................................................................................................................................................................4806
M. Elnady, A. Ghobarah
STRONG GROUND MOTION MODELING FOR THE 2004 FIROZABAD-KOJOOR EARTHQUAKE, NORTH
OF IRAN........................................................................................................................................................................................................4816
A. Golara, H. Hamzehloo
DEVELOPMENT OF VIBRATION PENETRATION TEST (VPT) AND RESULTS OF LABORATORY AND
FIELD EXPERIMENTS..............................................................................................................................................................................4826
M. Jinguuji, S. Toprak, Y. Nakashima
RESPONSE OF SDOF SYSTEM TO NON-STATIONARY EXCITATION CONSIDERING STOCHASTIC
CHARACTERISTICS OF PHASE SPECTRUM.....................................................................................................................................4833
Y. Murono, T. Sato
SETTING UP REAL OR ARTIFICIAL EARTHQUAKE RECORDS FOR DYNAMIC ANALYSIS.............................................4840
R. Delgado, M. Marques, R. Monteiro, P. Delgado, X. Romão, A. Costa
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF RC STRUCTURES DESIGNED FOR ACCIDENTAL ECCENTRICITY.................................4850
A. D'Amrisi, M. De Stefano, M. Tanganelli
CROSS-BORDER SEISMIC RISK SCENARIOS (EASTERN PYRENEES)......................................................................................4858
P. Roussillon, J. Irizarry, M. González, P. Delmotte, O. Sedan, T. Susagna
TWO WAYS OF ASSESSING THE SEISMIC VULNERABILITY OF BRIDGES ...........................................................................4868
P. Delgado, M. Marques, R. Monteiro, R. Delgado, A. Costa
A STUDY ON COMPUTATION OF SEISMIC PERMANENT DISPLACEMENT OF EMBANKMENTS
CONSIDERING HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL SEISMIC MOTION ..........................................................................................4878
Y. Hata, N. Yamashita, S. Kano, T. Tsuchida
CALCULATION OF FOLDING ANGLE OF RAILWAY VIADUCT ON THE SOFT GROUND WITH NONFLAT BASE ..................................................................................................................................................................................................4889
T. Kawanishi, Y. Murono, H. Aoki, T. Yamazaki
SEISMIC RESPONSE OF DOUBLE HINGED ARTICULATED LATTICED TOWER..................................................................4897
N. Islam, S. Ahmad
DEVELOPING THE (UHS) FOR NEW SITE OF ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY (IAU) - SOUTH TEHRAN
BRANCH - IN IRAN ....................................................................................................................................................................................4907
M. F. Nezamabadi, F. Y. Vayeghan
LARGE VRANCEA INTERMEDIATE-DEPTH EARTHQUAKES AND SITE EFFECTS EVALUATION IN
BUCHAREST URBAN AREA....................................................................................................................................................................4915
N. Mândrescu, M. Radulian, G. Marmureanu
“SCENARIO SISMICO”: A TOOL FOR REAL TIME DAMAGE SCENARIOS .............................................................................4925
A. Balbi, A. Galasco, S. Biovinazzi, S. Lagomarsino, S. Parodi
RAPID ESTIMATION OF SEISMIC INTENSITY DISTRIBUTION ON THE BASIS OF INVERSION FOR
HUGE EARTHQUAKE...............................................................................................................................................................................4935
M. Kuse, M. Sugito, N. Nojima, Y. Enomoto
THE 1518 VERA (SPAIN) EARTHQUAKE ............................................................................................................................................4943
F. Vidal, M. Espinar, M. Bretón, E Ocaña
APPLICATION OF SEISMIC ISOLATION SYSTEMS AND/OR DEVICES FOR DISSIPATION OF SEISMIC
ENERGY TO MASONRY STRUCTURES ..............................................................................................................................................4950
B. Bulajic, M. Manic, S. Djurdjevic
COMPARISON OF PROBABILISTIC AND DETERMINISTIC ASSESMENTS FOR EVALUATION OF
SEISMIC SAFETY OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS IN SLOVAKIA..............................................................................................4956
J. Králik
NON LINEAR ANALYSIS OF MIXED MASONRY AND REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS ........................................4962
S. Cattari, S. Lagomarsino
OPTIMUM TORSION AXIS AND PRINCIPAL DIRECTIONS IN MULTI-STOREY BASE ISOLATED
BUILDINGS ..................................................................................................................................................................................................4972
A. Athanatopoulou, N. Doudoumis
AN APPLICATION OF DIRECT DISPLACEMENT BASED DESIGN TO GLULAM TIMBER PORTALFRAME STRUCTURES..............................................................................................................................................................................4982
D. Zonta, M. Piazza, P. Zanon, G. Giuliani
SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES: INFLUENCE OF THE SOIL ..........................................................................................4992
L. Lehmann, R. Borsutzky
LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE 1994 AND 2004 AL HOCEIMA (MOROCCO) EARTHQUAKES .........................................5002
F. Vidal, M. Navarro, T. Mourabit, T. Enomoto, E. Ocaña, M. Feriche
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF BURIED LIFELINES EXPOSED TO EARTHQUAKE MOTION ................................................5011
R. Borsutzky, L. Lehmann
GROUND MOTION MODELS FOR MOLISE REGION (SOUTHERN ITALY)..............................................................................5021
L. Luzi, P. Morasca, F. Zolezzi, D. Bindi, F. Pacor, D. Spallarossa, G. Franceschina
DYNAMIC BEHAVIOUR OF THE FIRST INSTRUMENTED BUILDING IN FRANCE: THE GRENOBLE
CITY HALL ..................................................................................................................................................................................................5031
C. Michel, P. Gueguen
SEISMIC DESIGN OF PRE-CAST REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES USING ADDITIONAL
VISCOUS DAMPERS..................................................................................................................................................................................5038
S. Silvestri, T. Trombetti, G. Gasparini
IMPROVEMENT IN DAMPING CHARACTERISTICS OF SEISMIC ISOLATED TANKS USING BAFFLES ........................5048
A. Maleki, M. Ziyaeifar
OPTIMAL INSERTION OF VISCOUS DAMPERS INTO TORSIONALLY COUPLED STRUCTURES ....................................5058
G. Gasparini, S. Silvestri, T. Trombetti
A SEISMIC ASSESSMENT METHOD FOR EQUIPMENT STRUCTURES CONSIDERING INTERACTION
BETWEEN A TOWER AND STRUCTURES..........................................................................................................................................5068
M. Oshima, T. Kase
NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF SUBSOIL INTERVENTIONS TOWARDS STRUCTURAL SEISMIC
RISK MITIGATION....................................................................................................................................................................................5075
E. Kirtas, E. Rovithis, K. Pitilakis
EFFECTS OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL LOADING ON SOIL-PILE-STRUCTURE INTERACTION BASED ON
SHAKING TABLE TESTS .........................................................................................................................................................................5085
H. Suzuki, K. Tokimatsu, Y. Mohri
EQUIVALENT TIME-VARYING STIFFNESS OF BRACED FRAMES USING WAVELET ANALYSIS...................................5092
J. Goggins, B. M. Broderick, B. Basu, A. Y. Elghazouli
VERIFICATION OF DISPLACEMENT-BASED ADAPTIVE PUSHOVER FOR SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF
HIGH-RISE STEEL BUILDINGS .............................................................................................................................................................5102
D. Pietra, R. Pinho, S. Antoniou
Volume 8
SPATIAL VARIATION OF MAXIMUM CONSIDERED AND DESIGN BASIS EARTHQUAKES IN INDIAN
PENINSULA .................................................................................................................................................................................................5112
K. Jaiswal, R. Sinha
EFFECTIVENESS OF THE “ALPHA METHOD” FOR ESTIMATING THE MAXIMUM ROTATIONAL
RESPONSE OF ECCENTRIC SYSTEMS................................................................................................................................................5122
G. Gasparini, S. Silvestri, T. Trombetti
SMART TECHNOLOGIES FOR SEISMIC PROTECTION OF HISTORICAL STRUCTURES...................................................5132
A. Mandara, A. Durante, F. Ramundo, G. Spina
IDENTIFICATION OF EFFICIENT GROUPS OF DESIGN EARTHQUAKE INPUTS .................................................................5142
T. Trombetti, S. Silvestri, G. Gasparini, D. Malavolta
A METHODOLOGY FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF DESIGN EARTHQUAKE INPUTS .......................................................5151
T. Trombetti, S. Silvestri, G. Gasparini, D. Malavolta
PORTAL OF DAMAGE: A WEB-BASED FE PROGRAM FOR EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
APPLICATIONS ..........................................................................................................................................................................................5161
M. Uzcategui, B. Vera, M. E. Marate, J. Redondo, M. Puglisi, J. Florez-Lopez
EMERGENCY OPERATION AND DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM IN TAIWAN
FROM CHI-CHI EARTHQUAKE ............................................................................................................................................................5167
B. J. Shih, S. W. Chien, W. S. Li
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF BRACED STEEL FRAMES...........................5178
J. Goggins, B. M. Broderick, A. Y. Elghazouli
STATIC AND DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF THE SHAKING TABLE RECENTLY BUILT AT THE
EUCENTRE, PAVIA ...................................................................................................................................................................................5188
T. Trombetti, A. Pavese
MITIGATION STRATEGY FOR WATER TRANSMISSION LINES UNDER SEISMIC LOADS. THE CASE OF
THESSALONIKI..........................................................................................................................................................................................5196
M. Alexoudi, A. Hatziathanasiou, M. Themistokleous, T. Hatzigogos, K. Pitilakis
RETROFITTING OF PRECAST COLUMNS .........................................................................................................................................5206
K. Taskin, E. Yuksel, F. Karadogan, S. Z. Yuce, N. Yardimci
TORSIONAL GROUND MOTION FEATURES USING CHIBA DENSE ARRAY DATA ..............................................................5215
G. R. Nouri, M. R. Ghayamghamian, R. Foroozan
EXPERIMENTAL RESPONSE OF REINFORCED MASONRY WALLS RETROFITTED WITH CARBON
FIBER FABRICS..........................................................................................................................................................................................5225
H. S. María, P. Alcaíno
RVS METHOD FOR HEALTH FACILITY SEISMIC VULNERABILITY EVALUATION ...........................................................5235
G. S. Trendafiloski, Z. V. Milutinovic, T. R. Olumceva, G. Rockenschaub
EVALUATION OF DUCTILITY FOR RC PILES SUBJECTED TO CONFINING PRESSURE IN THE
GROUND.......................................................................................................................................................................................................5244
T. Imamura, Y. Murono
DISPLACEMENT-BASED SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF TORSIONALLY IRREGULAR WALL STRCUTURES...................5253
T. H. Ha, S. G. Hong
INELASTIC MODELING SENSITIVITY OF THE PREDICTED SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF AN
EXISTING RC BUILDING.........................................................................................................................................................................5262
C. Zeris, P. Giannitsas, K. Alexandropoulos, D. Vamvatsikos
ASSESSMENT OF SEISMIC PERFORMANCE FOR HOSPITAL SYSTEMS .................................................................................5272
G. Lupoi, P. Franchin, A. Lupoi, P. E. Pinto
SEISMIC DESIGN OF FLAT BOTTOM SILOS CONTAINING GRAIN-LIKE MATERIAL........................................................5284
G. Gasparini, S. Silvestri, T. Trombetti
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS ON LVL SEISMIC RESISTANT WALL AND FRAME
SUBASSEMBLIES .......................................................................................................................................................................................5294
A. Palermo, S. Pampanin, A. Buchanan
THE APPLICATION OF ENHANCED ENERGY DISSIPATION DEVICE SYSTEM ON BRIDGES ..........................................5304
W. S. Li, B. J. Shih, S. S. Ke
PERFORMANCE-BASED SEISMIC REHABILITATION OF RC BUILDINGS USING DISSIPATIVE BRACES ...................5314
M. Ferraioli, A. M. Avossa, P. Malangone
SEISMIC HAZARD CONSISTENT ANALYTICAL FORMULATION FOR SEISMIC LIMIT-STATE
PROBABILITIES.........................................................................................................................................................................................5324
X. Ramão, J. Guedes, A. Costa, R. Delgado
A PERFORMANCE-BASED COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF REHABILITATION METHODOLOGIES........................5334
M. Ferraioli
ADVANCED FLAG-SHAPED SYSTEMS FOR HIGH SEISMIC PERFORMANCE .......................................................................5344
W. Y. Kam, S. Pampanin, A. Palermo, A. Carr
SEISMIC MICROZONATION OF THE CITY OF BUCHAREST ......................................................................................................5354
D. Lungu, E. Calarasu, C. Arion
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EFFORTS FOR SEISMIC RISK MITIGATION IN BUCHAREST,
ROMANIA ....................................................................................................................................................................................................5362
D. Lungu, C. Arion, R. Vacareanu
SHAKING TABLE TESTS ON REINFORCED CONCRETE RETROFITTED FRAME WITH CARBON FIBRE
REINFORCED POLYMERS (CFRP) .......................................................................................................................................................5372
T. Chaudat, K. Pilakoutas, P. Papastergiou, M. A. Ciupala
MODELLING SOIL-PILE INTERACTION UNDER LATERAL EXCITATION.............................................................................5382
S. Limkatanyu, K. Kuntiyawichai, E. Spacone
SEISMIC RESPONSE OF ROCK TUNNELS IN NEAR-FAULT CONDITIONS .............................................................................5392
M. Corigliano, C. G. Lai, G. Barla
ANALYSIS OF SOIL–STRUCTURE INTERACTION DURING EARTHQUAKE–INDUCED LANDSLIDES ON
STRAIN–SOFTENING SOIL.....................................................................................................................................................................5403
R. Kourkoulis, I. Anastasopoulos, G. Gazetas
SEISMIC FRAGILITY OF HIGH-RISE RC MOMENT-RESISTING FRAMES. ESTIMATION OF DRIFT
HAZARD .......................................................................................................................................................................................................5409
R. Vacareanu, P. Olteanu, A. B. Chesca
SEISMIC RETROFIT OF SPHERES USING ENERGY-DISSIPATING BRACES ..........................................................................5417
M. G. Castellano, A. Poggianti, P. Summers
DYNAMIC AUSCULTATION OF BUILDINGS AND SEISMIC INTEGRITY THRESHOLD ASSESMENT.............................5425
S. Hans, C. Boutin, E. Ibraim, P. Roussillon
PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT FOR VRANCEA EARTHQUAKES AND SEISMIC
ACTION IN THE NEW SEISMIC CODE OF ROMANIA ....................................................................................................................5435
D. Lungu, S. Demetriu, A. Aldea, C. Arion
DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF AN 8-STOREY BUILDING ESTIMATED FROM STRONG MOTION
RECORDS.....................................................................................................................................................................................................5445
T. Kashima, Y. Kitagawa
TWO DIRECTIONAL CYCLIC LOADING EXPERIMENTS IN A HOLLOW CYLINDER APPARATUS................................5455
J. Buchheister, J. Laue
SEISMIC ISOLATION OF SPHERES AT PETROCHEMICAL FACILITIES .................................................................................5465
G. Bergama, M. G. Castellano, F. Gatti, A. Poggianti, P. Summers
POSTBUCKLING AND CYCLIC BEHAVIOR OF BRACING MEMBERS USING FIBER ELEMENTS ...................................5474
B. Asgarian, A. Alipour
UNCERTAINTIES IN A DETERMINISTIC AND PROBABILISTIC APPROACH ON LIQUEFACTION
SUCEPTIBILITY .........................................................................................................................................................................................5483
J. Buchheister, Y. Bayraktarli, J. Laue, M. Faber
SEISMIC STRENGTHENING OF STATE BUILDINGS: GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF DATCA, TURKEY ............................5493
H. Kaplan, S. Yilmaz, Y. S. Tama, E. Akyol, H. B. Ozmen
A HYBRID FORCE/DISPLACEMENT SEISMIC DESIGN METHOD FOR PLANE STEEL FRAMES .....................................5503
T. Karavasilis, N. Bazeos, D. Beskos
SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF VIMIOSO CHURCH. NUMERICAL VERSUS IN SITU STUDY......................................................5512
B. Silva, A. Costa, J. Guedes
CYCLIC DEGRADATION/HARDENING MODELS IN TOTAL STRESS ANALYSIS: NEW EQUATIONS.............................5521
N. Allotey, H. El Naggar
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON REINFORCED CONCRETE JACKETED COLUMNS .................................................................5528
D. Cotofana, V. Popa
SEISMIC FRAGILITY OF EXISTING RC STRUCTURES BY RESPONSE SURFACE METHOD.............................................5537
N. Buratti, B. Ferracuti, M. Savoia
COIMPARISON OF THE DYNAMIC PARAMETERS EXTRACTED FROM WEAK, MODERATE AND
STRONG MOTION RECORDED IN BUILDINGS. ...............................................................................................................................5547
F. Dunand, P. Gueguen, P. Y. Bard, J. Rodgers, M. Celebi
DAMAGE POTENTIAL OF THE SEISMIC STRONG MOTION.......................................................................................................5554
M. Kostov, N. Koleva
MODELLING AND ASSESSMENT OF THE URBANIZATION EFFECT ON SEISMIC RESPONSE ........................................5564
C. Boutin, P. Roussillon
MARGINS OF FLOOR SPECTRA ...........................................................................................................................................................5574
I. Politopoulos, C. Feau
CORRELATION BETWEEN LOCAL AND GLOBAL CYCLIC STRUCTURAL CAPACITY OF SMR
FRAMES........................................................................................................................................................................................................5584
E. Bojorquez, A. Diaz, S. E. Ruiz, A. Teran-Gilmore
MITIGATION OF THE SEISMIC MOTION APPLIED NEAR SLOPING GROUND DURING THE 1995
AEGION EARTHQUAKE ..........................................................................................................................................................................5593
C. Stamatopoulos, M. Bassanou
SENSITIVITY OF SEISMIC DEMAND OF R/C FRAME BUILDINGS.............................................................................................5603
S. Jankovic
APPLICATION OF STEEL RETROFIT SCHEMENS FOR DEFICIENT BUILDINGS IN TURKEY .........................................5612
R. Ozcelik, B. Binici
DISPLACEMENT CAPACITY ESTIMATION FOR RC COLUMNS. COMPARISON BETWEEN
ANALYTICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS ..............................................................................................................................5621
V. Popa, D. Cotofana
INFLUENCE OF CAPACITY CURVE APPROXIMATIONS ON SEISMIC RESPONSE ..............................................................5631
K. Kadas, B. Binici, A. Yakut
ANALYSIS OF THE SEPTEMBER 2004 SEISMIC CRISIS IN THE AREA OF THE 1428 EARTHQUAKE
(I 0 =IX), EASTERN PYRENEES (SPAIN) ................................................................................................................................................5640
S. Figueras, A. Villaseñor, T. Frontera, C. Olivera, J. Fleta, M. Ruiz, J. Díaz, J. Gallart, J. Vergès
APPLICABILITY OF MODERN SEISMIC CODES TO EXISTING STEEL STRUCTURES........................................................5648
B. Hoffmeister
DAMAGE DETECTION IN BUILDINGS WITHOUT BASELINE MODAL INFORMATION......................................................5658
R. Rodríguez, J. A. Escobar, R. Gómez
COMPUTATIONAL METHODS APPLIED TO THE SEISMIC MARGIN ASSESSMENT OF POWER PLANTS
AND EQUIPMENTS....................................................................................................................................................................................5667
F. Voldoire
CAPACITY CONTROL METHOD FOR SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF LOW-TO-MEDIUM RISE
REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS..............................................................................................................................................5675
M. S. Gunay, H. Sucuoglu
MONOTONIC AND CYCLIC UNDRAINED RESPONSE OF BOCA DEL RÍO SAND ..................................................................5685
J. A. Díaz-Rodríguez, M. A. Aguilar-Téllez
STRONG GROUND MOTION PREDICTION WITH MULTI-SCALE HETEROGENEOUS SOURCE MODELS
FOR HUGE SUBDUCTION-ZONE EARTHQUAKES ALONG THE NANKAI TROUGH, JAPAN .............................................5693
M. Yoshimi, H. Sekiguchi
PARAMETRIC ANALYSES FOR THE SEISMIC ISOLATION OF LNG TANKS..........................................................................5703
G. Bergamo, M. G. Castellano, F. Gatti, V. Rebecchi
EFFECTIVE SHEAR AREA OF UNIFORMLY REINFORCED CONCRETE CIRCULAR SECTIONS.....................................5713
I. Merta, A. Kolbitsch
EXPERIMENTAL MONITORING OF OSCILLATIONS OF FLEXIBLE STRUCTURES USING MODERN
GEODETIC TECHNIQUES: GPS AND RTS ..........................................................................................................................................5720
P. Psimoulis, S. Pytharouli, V. Kontogianni, S. Stiros
PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE KYTHIRA (SW GREECE) JANUARY 8, 2006 AFTERSHOCK
SEQUENCE ..................................................................................................................................................................................................5727
F. Vallianatos, I. Nikolintaga, E. Kokinou, J. Makris, P. Soupios, M. Moisidi
DESIGN PROCEDURES FOR ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES ..........................................................................................5733
H. Köber
ASSESSMENT OF EARTH DAMS DISPLACEMENT DURING EARTHQUAKE USING NEWMARK AND
DECOUPLED APPROACHES ..................................................................................................................................................................5742
M. H. Baziar, Y. J. Marzouni
CHARACTERSITCS OF ROCKING GROUND MOTION USING CHIBA DENSE ARRAY DATA............................................5751
M. R. Ghayamghamian, G. R. Nouri
THE FIRST ISRAELI CODE FOR SEISMIC RESISTANCE ASSESMENT AND STRENGTHENING OF
EXISTING BUILDINGS: STRUCTURE, PRINCIPLES, APPROACH ..............................................................................................5758
A. S. Scarlat, E. Leibovich
NUMERCALLY ESTIMATED RESPONSE OF TWO DIFFERENTLY DESIGNED DUAL RC SYSTEMS...............................5760
L. Martinelli
ABOUT THE BRACES CROSS-SECTIONS IN ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES .............................................................5770
H. Köber
MICROSEISMICITY AND FAULTING GEOMETRY IN CENTRAL GREECE.............................................................................5779
V. Karakostas, C. Karamanos, E. Papadimitriou, I. Kassaras, C. Makropoulos
PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE KYTHIRA (SW GREECE) JANUARY 8, 2006 AFTERSHOCK
SEQUENCE ..................................................................................................................................................................................................5789
F. Vallianatos, I. Nikolintaga, E. Kokinou, J. Makris, P. Soupios, M. Moisidi
PHYSICAL MODELLING OF EARTHQUAKES IN THE LCPC CENTRIFUGE ...........................................................................5795
J. L. Chazelas, F. Derkx, L. Thorel, S. Escoffier, G. Rault, S. Buttigieg, L. M. Cottineau, J. Garnier
ANALYTICAL ESTIMATION OF VULNERABILITY FUNCTIONS FOR R.C. STRUCTURES .................................................5802
A. Eleftheriadou, A. Karabinis
SEISMIC RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX NONLINEAR SYSTEMS, USING SECANT-STIFFNESSREDUCTION INDICATORS .....................................................................................................................................................................5812
O. Díaz-López, L. Esteva
DIFFERENT LONG LINK CONFIGURATIONS...................................................................................................................................5822
H. Köber
EFFECTS OF SSI ON THE CAPACITY SPECTRUM METHOD.......................................................................................................5830
E. Saez, F. Lopez-Caballero, A. M. Farahmand-Razavi
Volume 9
AN ECONOMIC-ENGINEERING APPROACH FOR UPGRADING THE SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF
EXISTING BUILDINGS .............................................................................................................................................................................5840
D. Segal, S. Schwarz, D. Z. Yankelevsky, E. Leibovich, E. Nasseiri
SEISMIC INDIRECT LOSS MODEL FOR INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES ..........................................................................................5842
K. Nasserasadi, M. Ghafory-Ashtiany, R. Mechler
BEHAVIOUR OF MASONRY STRUCTURES DURING THE KASHMIR 2005 EARTHQUAKE ................................................5852
M. Javed, A. N. Khan, A. Penna, G. Magenes
ON THE USE OF PUSHOVER ANALYSIS FOR EXISTING MASONRY BUILDINGS.................................................................5862
A. Galasco, S. Lagomarsino, A. Penna
NUMERICAL MODELS TO SIMULATE THE SEISMIC RESPONSE OF RC STRUCTURES....................................................5872
H. Rodrigues, A. Costa, H. Varum
BENEFITS OF SEISMIC ISOLATION FOR LNG TANKS..................................................................................................................5882
M. Crespo, S. Omnes, J. Marti
ISSUES RELATED TO THE TRUNCATION OF THE LOG-NORMAL DISTRIBUTION OF GROUNDMOTION RESIDUALS ...............................................................................................................................................................................5892
F. O. Strasser, J. J. Bommer, N. A. Abrahamson
EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF THE INERTIAL SOIL-PILE INTERACTION IN THE CENTRIFUGE...............................5902
N. Chenaf, J. L. Chazelas, S. Escoffier
USGS “DID YOU FEEL IT?” COMMUNITY INTERNET INTENSITY MAPS: MACROSEISMIC DATA
COLLECTION VIA THE INTERNET .....................................................................................................................................................5912
D. J. Wald, V. Quitoriano, J. W. Dewey
SIMPLIFIED MODEL FOR THE STIFFNESS AND ENERGY DISSIPATION CHARACTERISTICS OF
HOLLOW RC BRIDGE PIERS .................................................................................................................................................................5922
C. Paulotto, A. G. Ayala, F. Taucer
VERIFICATION OF SOME EUROCODE 8 RULES FOR SIMPLIFIED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF NEW RC
BUILDINGS ..................................................................................................................................................................................................5932
J. P. Angel, R. Pinho, H. Crowley
INCLUSION OF P-Δ EFFECT IN DISPLACEMENT-BASED SEISMIC DESIGN OF STEEL MOMENT
RESISTING FRAMES.................................................................................................................................................................................5942
A. Asimakopoulos, D. Karabalis, D. Beskos
EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION OF NUMERICAL MODELS FOR EARTHQUAKE-INDUCED
POUNDING BETWEEN STRUCTURES .................................................................................................................................................5952
R. Jankowski
MITIGATION OF EXISTING STRUCTURES USING A “SOFT–CAISSON” –NUMERICAL MODELING .............................5960
D. Pitilakis, F. Lopez-Caballero, A. Modaressi, D. Clouteau
SHAKING TABLE AND RESEARCH ACTIVITES AT EUCENTRE PAVIA ..................................................................................5970
A. Pavese, G. M. Calvi, F. Dacarro, P. Ceresa
EARTHQUAKE DISPLACEMENT SPECTRA IN ASSESSING THE PHYSICAL VULNERABILITY OF
BUILDINGS – A CASE STUDY ................................................................................................................................................................5980
M. B. Dan
INVESTIGATION OF THE SEISMIC SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION ON A CONCRETE
INSTRUMENTED BUILDING ..................................................................................................................................................................5990
T. Crespellani, J. Facciorusso, C. Madiai
INFLUENCE OF “LONG-TERM TIME” EFFECTS ON SOIL STIFFNESS IN LOCAL SEISMIC RESPONSE
EVALUATION .............................................................................................................................................................................................6000
C. Madiai, G. Simoni, G. Vannucchi
ANALYSIS OF DEEP VALLEY RESPONSE BY AMBIENT NOISE, EARTHQUAKE RECORDS AND
NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS..................................................................................................................................................................6010
D. Roten, D. Fäh, I. Oprsal, K. Olsen, D. Giardini
SOFT COMPUTING BASED RELIABILITY-BASED OPTIMIZATION OF REAL WORLD STRUCTURES
UNDER SEISMIC LOADS .........................................................................................................................................................................6020
Y. Tsompanakis, N. D. Lagaros, M. Fragiadakis, M. Papadrakakis
COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL NONLINEAR DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF
SEISMICALLY ISOLATED STRUCTURES ..........................................................................................................................................6030
P. Roussis, P. Tsopelas, M. Constantinou, R. Buchanan, A. Reinhorn
DYNAMIC INTERACTION BETWEEN RETAINING WALLS AND RETAINED STRUCTURES OR
GEOSTRUCTURES ....................................................................................................................................................................................6039
Y. Tsompanakis, P. N. Psarropoulos, V. Avrana, V. Zania
A REPLACEMENT TO THE MONONOBE – OKABE EQUATIONS FOR SEISMIC EARTH PRESSURES ............................6049
G. Mylonakis, P. Kloukinas, C. Papantonopoulos
THE VULNERABILITY STUDY OF MASONRY STRUCTURES IN HUNGARY ..........................................................................6059
O. Kegyes-Brassai
UNCERTAINTY OF PORTFOLIO LOSS ESTIMATES FOR LARGE EARTHQUAKES .............................................................6069
G. L. Molas, R. Anderson, P. Seneviratna, T. Winkler
EFFICIENT EARTHQUAKE VULNERABILITY AND DAMAGE ASSESSMENT OF LARGE GROUPS OF
EXISTING RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS ................................................................................................................................................6079
Y. Offir, D. Z. Yankelevsky, S. Schwarz
REHABILITATION AND STRENGTHENING OF ST. EUSTAHIUS CHURCH MASONRY STEEPLE ....................................6081
M. Ulicevic
VULNERABILITY FUNCTIONS FOR TSUNAMI LOSS ESTIMATION .........................................................................................6087
N. Peiris
SIMPLIFIED EQUATIONS FOR ESTIMATING THE PERIOD OF VIBRATION OF EXISTING BUILDINGS ......................6097
H. Crowley, R. Pinho
DYNAMIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF LARGE-DIAMETER LNG TANKS TO RESIST SEISMIC EVENTS .....................6107
N. Peiris, A. Cushing, Z. Lubkowski, D. Scarr
CLOSED-FORM SOLUTIONS FOR RESPONSE OF YIELDING SDOF OSCILLATOR TO SIMPLE PULSES ......................6117
G. Mylonakis, E. Voyagaki
BASE ISOLATED LNG TANKS: SEISMIC ANALYSES AND COMPARISON STUDIES ............................................................6127
V. P. Gregoriou, S. V. Tsinopoulos, D. L. Karabalis
SIMPLIFIED STRUCTURAL MODELS FOR SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF LIQUID STORAGE TANKS ......................................6137
A. Aronchik, D. Z. Yankelevsky
OHBA OHASHI PILE-SUPPORTED BRIDGE EXPERIMENT REVISITED: PARADOXES AND NEW
INTERPRETATIONS..................................................................................................................................................................................6139
G. Mylonakis, C. Syngros
ANN BASED ATTENUATION RELATIONSHIP FOR ESTIMATION OF PGA USING INDIAN STRONG MOTION DATA ...........................................................................................................................................................................................6149
J. Pathak, D. L. Paul, P. N. Godbole
A FIRST LOOK AT THE JUNE, 2000, M6.5 EARTHQUAKES IN ICELAND IN TERMS OF THE SPECIFIC
BARRIER MODEL......................................................................................................................................................................................6161
B. Halldorsson, S. Olafsson, R. Sigbjörnsson
A PROCEDURE FOR SEISMIC STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING OF BRIDGES..........................................................6170
K. Mirza, C. E. Ventura
INVESTIGATION ON SEISMIC PERFORMANCES OF RC FRAMES WITH REFINED MULTICOMPONENT MODELLING ...................................................................................................................................................................6180
A. D'Ambrisi, M. De Stefano, M. Tanganelli
SPECTRAL VARIATIONS OF THE SPECIFIC BARRIER MODEL FROM VARIOUS ISOCHRON AND
SUBEVENT DISTRIBUTIONS..................................................................................................................................................................6188
B. Halldorsson, A. S. Papageorgiou
A STUDY ON THE EARTHQUAKE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY IN THE
MARMARA REGION, TURKEY..............................................................................................................................................................6198
O. Üçer
PERFORMANCE OF A 3-STOREY RC STRUCTURE ON SOFT SOIL IN THE M6.4 LEFKADA, 2003,
GREECE, EARTHQUAKE ........................................................................................................................................................................6208
C. Giarlelis, D. Lekka, G. Mylonakis, S. Anagnostopoulos, D. Karabalis, I. Vgenopoulou
IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF EXISTING BUILDINGS THROUGH REPAIR, STRENGTHENING,
RECONSTRUCTION AND REVITALIZATION ...................................................................................................................................6219
Z. L. Bozinovski
COMPUTATION OF SEISMIC DEMANDS ON EQUIPMENTS PLACED IN MULTI-STOREY BUILDINGS.........................6225
D. Melro, J. Proença, C. Oliveira
SEISMIC DESIGN INCLUDING ROCKING FOUNDATIONS – A CASE STUDY .........................................................................6235
E. Ko, C. Field, L. Chambers
PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF BRIDGES – APPLICATION TO A REAL CASE.............................6244
P. Delgado, R. Monteiro, M. Marques, A. Costa, R. Delgado
RESPONSE SPECTRA OF THE STRONG MOTIONS IN IRAN: A CASE STUDY IN ALBORZ REGION ...............................6254
M. Zaré
VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT OF TRADITIONAL BUILDINGS IN COIMBRA, PORTUGAL,
SUPPORTED BY A GIS TOOL .................................................................................................................................................................6263
R. Vicente, H. Varum, J. A. R. Mendes Da Silva
SHAKING TABLE TESTS ON HALF-SCALE MODELS OF CONFINED MASONRY MADE OF HANDMADE
SOLID CLAY BRICKS ...............................................................................................................................................................................6273
R. Barragan, S. M. Alcocer
ALTERNATIVE RETROFIT STRATEGIES FOR PRE’70 R.C. BUILDINGS: VULNERABILITY MODELS
AND DAMAGE SCENARIOS....................................................................................................................................................................6283
S. Giovinazzi, S. Pampanin, S. Lagomarsino
INFLUENCE OF VARIABILITY OF GEOTECHNICAL DATA ON THE SEISMIC GROUND RESPONSE ............................6293
F. Lopez-Caballero, P. Souloumiac, A. M. Farahmand-Razavi
EXPERIMENTAL BEHAVIOUR OF MASONRY WALLS STRENGTHENED BY REINFORCED MORTAR
SLABS AND SUBJECTED TO IN-PLANE LOADS ...............................................................................................................................6303
G. Russo, M. Pauletta, E. Quagliaro
CYCLIC TESTING OF STEEL STORAGE RACKS. BEAM-TO-UPRIGHT SUBASSEMBLAGES. AN
INNOVATIVE CYCLIC TESTING PROCEDURE................................................................................................................................6313
J. Proença, L. Calado, C. Castiglioni, G. Tristão
INFLUENCE OF SITE EFFECT IN DAMAGE STATE OF FRAMED STRUCTURES SUBJECTED TO
EARTHQUAKE ...........................................................................................................................................................................................6322
S. Klarica, B. Vera, J. F. López, J. E. Choy
ATTENUATION IN ICELAND COMPARED WITH OTHER REGIONS .........................................................................................6331
S. Olafsson, R. Sigbjörnsson
PREDICTING LATERAL CONFINEMENT COEFFICIENT FOR R/C RECTANGULAR COLUMNS BY A
NEURAL NETWORK MODEL.................................................................................................................................................................6341
S. N. Alacali, B. Akbas, B. Doran
EARTHQUAKE VULNERABILITY ASSESMENT OF A STEEL STRUCTURE ............................................................................6351
S. Ginju, M. Ieremia
A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE CHANGING SEISMIC DESIGN CRITERIA FOR LNG PLANTS...........................................6361
Z. Lubkowski, M. Willford, J. Pappin
AN ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURE FOR ACCIDENTAL ECCENTRICITY IN DYNAMIC MODAL
ANALYSES OF BUILDINGS.....................................................................................................................................................................6371
Y. M. Fahjan, C. Tuzun, J. Kubin
SEISMIC HAZARD AND SEISMIC DESIGN REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ARABIAN GULF REGION ..................................6380
N. Peiris, M. Free, Z. Lubkowski, A. T. Hussein
AGGRAVATION OF SEISMIC GROUND MOTION DUE TO SLOPE TOPOGRAPHY...............................................................6390
G. Bouckovalas, A. Papadimitriou
PROBABILISTICALLY CONTROLLED DESIGN VALUES OF THE GLOBAL AND LOCAL DYNAMIC
RESPONSE OF RC STRUCTURES..........................................................................................................................................................6400
A. D'Ambrisi, M. Mezzi
ENERGY-BASED NON LINEAR STATIC ANALYSIS ........................................................................................................................6410
A. Parducci, F. Comodini, M. Lucarelli, M. Mezzi, E. Tomassoli
PSEUDO-ENERGY RESPONSE SPECTRA FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE SEISMIC RESPONSE FROM
PUSHOVER ANALYSIS.............................................................................................................................................................................6416
M. Mezzi, F. Comodini, M. Lucarelli, A. Parducci, E. Tomassoli
CONFIGURATION AND MORPHOLOGY FOR THE APPLICATION OF NEW SEISMIC PROTECTION
SYSTEMS......................................................................................................................................................................................................6425
M. Mezzi
FINITE ELEMENT MODAL UPDATING OF REINFORCE CONCRETE BUILDING USE OF AMBIENT
VIBRATION MEASUREMENTS..............................................................................................................................................................6435
A. Kasimzade, S. Tuhta, A. Uslu
DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF SUBMERGED FLOATING TUNNELS TO SEISMIC EXCITATION:
MODELLING ASPECTS............................................................................................................................................................................6445
M. Di Pilato, A. Feriani, F. Perotti
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF KNEE-BRACED STEEL FRAMES .................................................................................................6455
R. L. Bonett-Díaz
FINITE ELEMENT SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF A GUYED MAST .......................................................................................................6464
M. Grey, M. Williams, T. Blakeborough
EARTHQUAKE ANALYSIS OF A THREE STOREY BUILDING DAMAGED IN THE JUNE 2000
EARTHQUAKES IN SOUTH ICELAND .................................................................................................................................................6474
F. G. Sigtryggsdóttir, E. V. Valmundsson, S. Bjarnason
IMPORTANCE OF ACCIDENTAL ECCENTRICITY FOR THE INELASTIC EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE OF
BUILDINGS ..................................................................................................................................................................................................6484
K. Stathopoulos, S. Anagnostopoulos
PROPOSAL OF AN ATTENUATION RELATIONSHIP OF HOUSNER SPECTRUM INTENSITY IN EUROPE ....................6494
J. E. Martinez-Rueda
EVALUATION OF BUILDING DAMAGE IN THE JUNE 2000 EARTHQUAKES IN SOUTH ICELAND .................................6503
N. Indridason, F. Johannesson, F. G. Sigtryggsdottir, A. Gudmundsson
INSURED LOSSES FOR REPEATS OF THE 1906 SAN FRANCSICO AND 1811/1812 NEW MADRID
EARTHQUAKES .........................................................................................................................................................................................6513
L. Hall, A. Baca, M. Rahnama, D. Windeler, P. Seneviratna, G. Molas, T. Onur
PROPOSAL OF A SYSTEM OF SPECTRUM INTENSITY SCALES FOR THE SCALING OF NATURAL
ACCELEROGRAMS ACCOUNTING FOR HYSTERETIC BEHAVIOUR AND LOCAL SITE CONDITIONS. A
NEW SYSTEM AND ITS APPLICATION ON DISPLACEMENT-BASED DESIGN .......................................................................6523
J. E. Martinez-Rueda
DESIGN EQUATION FOR THE TRANSVERSE REINFORCEMENT FOR CONFINEMENT OF ELLIPTIC
RC COLUMN SECTIONS ..........................................................................................................................................................................6532
J. E. Martinez-Rueda, C. Dymiotis-Wellington
ANALYSIS OF TRIGGERING ALGORITHMS FOR DIRECT (ENGINEERING) EARLY WARNING
SYSTEMS......................................................................................................................................................................................................6542
H. Alcik, Y. M. Fahjan, M. Erdik
APPLICATION OF PUSHOVER ANALYSIS PROCEDURES FOR PREDICTING THE SEISMIC RESPONSE
OF RC STRUCTURES ................................................................................................................................................................................6552
P. P. Diotallevi, L. Landi
TWO-WAY INFORMATION SUPPORT SYSTEM BETWEEN RESIDENTS AND FIRE HEADQUARTER IN
CASE OF LANDSLIDE DISASTER .........................................................................................................................................................6562
T. Mizuta, K. Asano
Volume 10
SEISMIC ISOLATION OF RC STRUCTURES SUBJECTED TO NEAR-FAULT GROUND MOTIONS ...................................6570
P. P. Diotallevi, L. Landi, S. Benni
MODIFICATION OF THE EUROCODE 8 DAMPING REDUCTION FACTORS FOR DISPLACEMENT
SPECTRA......................................................................................................................................................................................................6580
R. Mendis, J. J. Bommer
RESERVOIR INDUCED EARTHQUAKE ACTION AND CRUSTAL MOVEMENTS ...................................................................6590
J. T. Snæbjörnsson, C. Taylor, B. Stefánsson, R. Sigbjörnsson
EXPERIMENTAL CYCLIC TESTS AND RETROFIT OF RC HOLLOW PIERS ...........................................................................6600
P. Delgado, P. Rocha, V. Rodrigues, M. Santos, A. Arêde, N. Vila Pouca, A. Costa, R. Delgado
MONITORING THE DYNAMICS OF A CONCRETE BUILDING ENDURING EARTHQUAKE AND WIND
EXCITATION...............................................................................................................................................................................................6610
J. T. Snæbjörnsson, R. Sigbjörnsson
ISOLATION METHOD FOR CUT AND COVER TUNNEL USING POLYMER MATERIAL .....................................................6620
Y. Murono, S. Kiryu, M. Tateyama
SEISMIC REHABILITATION OF REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMNS ..................................................................................6628
P. Rocha, P. Delgado, V. Rodrigues, M. Santos, A. Arêde, N. Vila Pouca, A. Costa, R. Delgado
MAPPING OF CRUSTAL STRAIN RATE TENSOR FOR ICELAND WITH APPLICATIONS TO SEISMIC
HAZARD ASSESSMENT ...........................................................................................................................................................................6638
R. Sigbjörnsson, Th. Sigurdsson, J. Th. Snæbjörnsson, G. Valsson
VERIFICATION OF 3-D SEISMIC SAFETY EVALUATION METHOD FOR EXISTING DAMS BY
REPRODUCTION ANALYSIS FOR ACTUAL EARTHQUAKE BEHAVIOR .................................................................................6648
Y. Ariga
FRAMEWORK FOR FINITE ELEMENT RESPONSE SENSITIVITY AND RELIABILITY ANALYSES OF
STRUCTURAL AND GEOTECHNICAL SYSTEMS.............................................................................................................................6656
M. Barbato, Q. Gu, J. P. Conte
FRAGILITIES OF PEER CENTER TESTBED BRIDGES ...................................................................................................................6666
K. Mackie, B. Stojadinovic
APPLICATION OF AN EXPERIMENTAL SOFTWARE FRAMEWORK TO HYBRID SIMULATION OF
STRUCTURES THROUGH COLLAPSE.................................................................................................................................................6676
A. Schellenberg, S. Mahin
STRUCTURAL DAMAGE DETECTION WITH THE IMPROVED TRANSFORMATION MATRIX METHOD .....................6686
H. Guerrero, J. A. Escobar, R. Gómez
EFFECT OF COLUMN BASE RIGIDITY ON POST-EARTHQUAKE REPAIR COST OF STEEL MOMENTRESISTING FRAME STRUCTURES.......................................................................................................................................................6693
A. Aviramtraubita, B. Stojadinovic
TWO-STEP METHOD OF SEISMIC ANALYSIS..................................................................................................................................6703
D. Watkins, O. Gürbüz, F. Ostadan, T. Ma
AN INVESTIGATION TO ENERGY RESPONSE OF SMART ISOLATED STRUCTURES AND CONTROL
EFFICIENCY EVALUATION ...................................................................................................................................................................6713
Y. Du, H. Li
APPLICATION OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNIQUES TO STRUCTURAL DYNAMIC
PARAMETER IDENTIFICATION ...........................................................................................................................................................6723
G. S. Wang, F. K. Huang
POST-EARTHQUAKE EMERGENCY INSPECTIONS AND ASSESSMENT OF BUILDING SAFETY .....................................6733
S. Anagnostopoulos, M. Moretti
EVALUATION OF LIQUEFACTION PROBABILITY AND ITS APPLICATION ..........................................................................6743
F. K. Huang, G. S. Wang
SELECTION OF SPECTRUM-COMPATIBLE REAL ACCELEROGRAMS FOR SEISMIC RESPONSE
ANALYSES OF SOIL DEPOSITS.............................................................................................................................................................6753
A. Dall'Ara, C. G. Lai, C. Strobbia
SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF OLD CONCRETE .....................................................................................................................................6764
V. Levtchitch, V. Kvasha, H. Boussalis, A. Chassiakos
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF GEO-STRUCTURES IN A LIQUEFACTION REGIME.................................................................6773
K. Andrianopoulos, A. Papadimitriou, G. Bouckovalas
IN SITU EXPERIMENT AND MODELLING OF RC-STRUCTURE USING AMBIENT VIBRATION AND
TIMOSHENKO BEAM ...............................................................................................................................................................................6783
C. Michel, S. Hans, P. Gueguen, C. Boutin
STRUCTURE SOIL STRUCTURE INTERACTION: EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL RESULTS .............................6790
D. Broc
EVALUATION OF PEAK ACCELERATION DEMANDS OF NONSTRUCTURAL COMPONENTS EXPOSED
TO NEAR-FAULT GROUND MOTIONS................................................................................................................................................6798
R. Sankaranarayanan, R. A. Medina
SITE EFFECTS ESTIMATION USING EARTHQUAKE AND AMBIENT NOISE DATA: THE CASE OF
LEFKAS TOWN (W. GREECE)................................................................................................................................................................6808
P. Triantafyllidis, N. Theodulidis, A. Savvaidis, C. Papaioannou, P. Dimitriu
THE EFFECT OF VERTICAL COMPONENT OF EARTHQUAKE ON CONTINUES AND MONOLITHIC
FRAME BRIDGES.......................................................................................................................................................................................6818
A. R. Rahai, A. Delnavaz
IMPLEMENTATION OF RISK-UE APPROACH FOR CREATION OF EARTHQUAKE RISK SCENARIOS
FOR THE CITY OF BITOLA, MACEDONIA ........................................................................................................................................6826
Z. V. Milutinovic, G. S. Trendafiloski, T. R. Olumceva
BRIDGE ASSESSMENT IN REGIONS OF MODERATE SEISMICITY – A CASE STUDY..........................................................6832
M. Bimschas, A. Dazio
SHAKE MAPS OF NONLINEAR SPECTRAL ORDINATES FOR ROMANIAN EARTHQUAKES ............................................6842
I. G. Craifaleanu, D. Lungu, I. S. Borcia
VERIFICATION OF THE ASSUMPTION OF UNCORRELATED MOTION COMPONENTS IN SEISMIC
ANALYSIS ....................................................................................................................................................................................................6852
A. V. Petrenko, A. N. Birbraer
RETROFIT OF ANTALYA AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL BUILDING, TURKEY USING
SEISMIC ISOLATION................................................................................................................................................................................6862
C. Yilmaz, E. Booth, C. Sketchley
PROBABILISTIC ASSESSMENT OF ACCURACY OF STANDARD METHODS OF COMBINING SPATIAL
SEISMIC RESPONSES FOR STRUCTURES .........................................................................................................................................6872
A. V. Petrenko
INSTANTANEOUS IDENTIFICATION OF SYSTEMS WITH HYSTERESIS UNDER SEISMIC LOADING ...........................6879
R. Cervolo, G. V. Demarie, S. Erlicher, P. Argoul
EARTHQUAKE LOSSES DUE TO GROUND FAILURE (LIQUEFACTION AND LANDLSIDES).............................................6889
J. J. Bommer, J. F. Bird, H. Crowley
STRUCTURAL IDENTIFICATION OF BRIDGES BASED ON AMBIENT VIBRATION MEASUREMENTS..........................6899
C. Karakostas, V. Lekidis, K. Papadimitriou, S. Karamanos, T. Salonikios, T. Makarios, I. Sous, P. Panetsos, K. Christodoulou
EXPECTED DAMAGE AND LOSS ASSESSMENT IN “EMERGENCY” MODE AT GLOBAL SCALE:
ANALYSIS OF UNCERTAINTIES ...........................................................................................................................................................6907
N. Frolova, V. Larionov, J. Bonnin
A HYBRID METHOD FOR SIMULATING STRONG GROUND MOTIONS RECORDS..............................................................6917
E. Ismael, L. Esteva
SCENARIO EARTHQUAKE CONSEQUENCES AND SEISMIC RISK MAPPING: CASE STUDY FOR THE
NORTHEN CAUCASUS .............................................................................................................................................................................6926
N. Frolova, V. Larionov, J. Bonnin, E. Rogozhin, O. Starovojt, L. Chepkunas
HISTORICAL DAMAGE DATA AND MICROZONATION: AN APPLICATION TO 1930 SENIGALLIA
EARTHQUAKE ...........................................................................................................................................................................................6936
E. Speranza, A. Goretti, M. Dolce
SEISMIC RISK ASSESSMENT IN EGNATIA MOTORWAY LONG BRIDGES .............................................................................6946
N. Theodulidis, Z. Roumelioti, P. Panetsos
LESSONS LEARNED – THE USE OF FORMAL EXPERT ELICITATION IN PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC
HAZARD ANALYSIS..................................................................................................................................................................................6956
K. J. Coppersmith, R. S. Perman, R. R. Youngs
FACILITATING THE SELECTION OF EFFECTIVE STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS IN PERFORMANCE-BASED
DESIGN .........................................................................................................................................................................................................6966
F. Zareian, H. Krawinkler
ANALYTICAL SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF CONCRETE FILLED STEEL TUBE COLUMNS, CFST..........................................6976
T. M. Shaghagh, F. Nateghi-A
RETROFITTING OF MASONRY STRUCTURES WITH G-FRP STRIPS: VALIDATION THROUGH
SHAKING TABLE TESTS .........................................................................................................................................................................6985
I. Langone, F. Venuti, G. Bergamo, M. Eusebio, A. Prota
DUCTILE CAPACITY OF RC BEAM-COLUMN ASSEMBLES SUBJECTED TO REVERSED CYCLIC
LOADING .....................................................................................................................................................................................................6995
J. Y. Lee, G. J. Oh, H. J. Hwang, J. H. Kim, M. S. Chang
BEHAVIOUR OF MASONRY BUILDINGS STRENGTHENED WITH G-FRP GRID BONDED WITH
CEMENTITIOUS MATRIX.......................................................................................................................................................................7005
I. Langone, F. Venuti, M. Eusebio, G. Bergamo, G. Manfredi
SOFT SOIL DEFORMATION DUE TO FAULT DISLOCATION IN BEDROCK USING MESHFREE METHOD ..................7015
A. Farahani, A. C. Wijeyewickrema, T. Ohmachi
CURRENT AND EMERGING INSURANCE MARKETS – EARTHQUAKE MODELS AND RISK TRANSFER
TECHNOLOGY ...........................................................................................................................................................................................7025
S. Tabuchi, R. Sanders
RIGID AND FLEXIBLE DIAPHRAGM BEHAVIOR OF R/C STRUCTURES RELATED TO THE RIGIDITY
DISTRIBUTIONS.........................................................................................................................................................................................7034
F. G. Gulay, U. Sahbaz, M. M. Ayranci, A. S. Bahcecioglu
PROJECT OF RUSSIAN SEISMIC INTENSITY SCALE RIS-04 .......................................................................................................7044
F. Aptikaev, I. Ananyin, O. Erteleva, E. Rogozhin, S. Sherman, Y. Berzhinsky, V. Pavlenov, J. J. Eisenberg, G. Shestoperov, M.
Klyachko
EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATION AND THEORETICAL CALCULATION OF TECHNICALLY INDUCED
SURFACE WAVES IN INHOMOGENEOUS SOIL ...............................................................................................................................7054
L. Auersch
SITE-CITY INTERACTION: BENEFICIAL OR DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS?...............................................................................7064
J. F. Semblat, M. Kham, P. Y. Bard
PERFORMANCE BASED OPTIMAL SEISMIC RETROFITTING OF YIELDING PLANE FRAMES USING
ADDED VISCOUS DAMPING ..................................................................................................................................................................7072
O. Lavan, R. Levy
CORRELATION OF SEISMIC ACTIVITY WITH THE ARCHITECTURAL-HISTORICAL INHERITANCE IN
THE NORTHERN GEORGIA ...................................................................................................................................................................7082
M. Daniela, V. Zaalishvili
RE-THINKING SEISMIC HAZARD MAPPING AND DESIGN RETURN PERIODS ....................................................................7092
J. J. Bommer
DYNAMIC STABILITY OF DETACHED CONCRETE BLOCKS IN ARCH DAM SUBJECTED TO STRONG
GROUND SHAKING...................................................................................................................................................................................7102
S. Malla, M. Wieland
STUDY OF LISBON ANTI-SEISMIC DOWNTOWN QUARTERS ....................................................................................................7111
M. Monteiro, M. Lopes, R. Bento
NONLINEAR SEISMIC RESPONSE ANALYSES OF EXISTING R/C BUILDING AND EVALUATION OF
SYSTEM COMPONENTS CONTRIBUTION .........................................................................................................................................7121
M. Faggella, E. Spacone, J. P. Conte, J. Restrepo
GROUND-MOTION PREDICTION IN PSHA: A POST-PEGASOS PERSPECTIVE......................................................................7131
F. Scherbaum, J. J. Bommer, F. Cotton, H. Bungum, F. Sabetta
DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR AND SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF ELEVATED TANKS DUE TO GROUND TYPES
DEFINED IN EC-8 AND TEC-06 ..............................................................................................................................................................7139
R. Livaoglu
COMPARISON OF SEISMIC ANALYSIS METHODS FOR MULTISTORY BUILDINGS ...........................................................7148
A. Dogangün, R. Livaoglu
ANALYSIS OF A CLAY DEPOSIT SEISMIC RESPONSE IN EASTERN CANADA ......................................................................7158
M. E. Rahhal, G. Lefebvre
EARTHQUAKE SOURCE COMPLEXITY IN THE MARMARA SEA AND ITS INFLUENCE ON GROUND
MOTION SIMULATIONS..........................................................................................................................................................................7168
K. Atakan, M. B. Sørensen, N. Pulido
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE EVALUATION PROCEDURE FOR REGULAR AND IRREGULAR BRIDGES ..........................7177
A. G. Ayala, M. Niño, T. Isakovic
DETERMINATION OF SITE EFFECTS BY AMBIENT VIBRATION MONITORING .................................................................7187
H. Wenzel, G. Achs
SEISMIC SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION OF THE VIENNA BASIN USING ARTIFICIAL MICRO
EARTHQUAKES .........................................................................................................................................................................................7197
H. Wenzel, B. Theilen-Willige, K. Ratzinger
ISSUES ON THE CAPACITY DESIGN OF TALL BRIDGE PIERS...................................................................................................7207
R. Ceravolo, G. V. Demarie, L. Giordano, D. Sabia
EFFECT OF RANDOM SOIL PROPERTIES ON SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION ...............................................................7217
F. Laudarin, G. Bonnet, P. Argoul
RECORD SIMULATION BY THE EMPIRICAL GREEN’S FUNCTION METHOD WITH A SOURCE WITH
TWO CORNER FREQUENCIES ..............................................................................................................................................................7227
M. Niño, G. Ayala, M. Ordaz
EVALUATION OF THE MODAL PUSHOVER ANLAYSIS PROCEDURE FOR UNSYMMETRIC-PLAN
BUILDINGS ..................................................................................................................................................................................................7237
A. K. Chopra, R. K. Goel
SEISMIC DESIGN OF BEAM-COLUMN JOINTS IN RC MOMENT RESISTING FRAMES ......................................................7245
A. Mortezaei, A. Kheyroddin
DETERMINING OF DASHPOT OPTIMAL CHARACTERISTICS USING STRUCTURAL CONTROL
ALGORITHMS ............................................................................................................................................................................................7255
A. Soltani, M. Ziyaeifar
SETTLEMENT OF DRY SAND IN ONE-DIMENSIONAL SHAKING TABLE TESTS ..................................................................7265
F. Jafarzadehi, H. F. Jahromi, E. A. Torghabeh
NUMERICAL STUDY OF SOIL-PILE GROUP INTERACTION IN SAND .....................................................................................7273
H. Tahghighi, K. Konagai
TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING EDUCATION SYSTEM IN EGYPT ......................................7283
M. Sobaih
DYNAMIC RESPONSE ANALYSIS CONSIDERING STRUCTURAL DETERIORATION OF A RC BUILDING
USING EARTHQUAKE OBSERVATION RECORDS ..........................................................................................................................7291
F. Arrecis, M. Motosaka
Volume 11
THE NEW DETAILS OF RIGID CONNECTION ..................................................................................................................................7300
S. R. Mirghaderi, M. D. Renani
EFFECT OF CONFINING PRESSURE ON DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF BABOLSAR SAND USING CYCLIC
TRIAXIAL TESTS.......................................................................................................................................................................................7311
S. Jafari, F. Jafarzadeh
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF CONCRETE COLUMNS DESIGNED USING A PRESCRIPTIVE CODE: ACI
318...................................................................................................................................................................................................................7321
S. Bae, O. Bayrak
AN EVALUATION OF STRONG GROUND MOTIONS AND FAILURES OF NATURAL AND CUT SLOPES
INDUCED BY KASHMIR EARTHQUAKE OF OCTOBER 8, 2005 ...................................................................................................7331
Ö. Aydan, M. Hamada, K. Konagai
RAPID ESTIMATION OF MACROSEISMIC EFFECTS AND SHAKEMAPS USING MACROSEISMIC DATA.....................7341
P. Kästli, D. Fäh
A RESEARCH ON THE ALGORITHM OF LIFELINE NETWORKS SEISMIC RELIABILITY EVALUATION ....................7351
J. Li, Y. Qian, W. Liu
AN ESTIMATION OF NATIONWIDE EARTHQUAKE DEATH TOLL-IN CASE OF JAPAN- ...................................................7359
Y. Ohta, N. Nojima, T. Nakashima
EVALUATION OF SIMPLIFIED CRITERION OF SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION ANALYSIS ......................................7370
C. H. Hyun, J. M. Kim, W. H. Kim, Y. S. Chung, M. S. Kim
EFFECT OF SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION ON INTER-STORY DRIFTS IN A SEVEN STORY RC
BUILDING ....................................................................................................................................................................................................7379
S. S. Ivanovic
DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF SHIELD TUNNELS IN THE TRANSVERSE DIRECTION CONSIDERING THE
EFFECTS OF SECONDARY LINING .....................................................................................................................................................7389
K. Mizuno, A. Koizumi
AN INTEGRATED GIS TOOL FOR SEISMIC INDUCED LANDSLIDE HAZARD MAPPING ...................................................7399
M. Sakellariou, M. Ferentinou, S. Charalambous
SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURAL WALLS UNDER BI-DIRECTIONAL
EARTHQUAKE EXCITATION ................................................................................................................................................................7409
N. Ile, J. M. Reynouard
INFLUENCE OF GEOMETRICAL IMPERFECTION ON SEISMIC RESISTANCE OF COOLING TOWER .........................7419
R. Pejovic, R. Mrdak, O. Mijuskovic
DAMAGE DISTRIBUTION AND SEISMOLOGICAL MODEL OF THE NOVEMBER 2004, SALÒ
(NORTHERN ITALY) EARTHQUAKE...................................................................................................................................................7429
V. Pessina, G. Franceschina, P. Vannoli, L. Luzi, F. Pacor
SOME REMARKS ON THE SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF RC EXISTING BUILDINGS IN ITALY
ACCORDING TO THE RECENT CODES ..............................................................................................................................................7439
C. Faella, D. De Santo, E. Martinelli, E. Nigro
TRAINING PEOPLE FOR DISASTERS IN RESIDENTIAL COMPLEXES - FROM RISK TO OPPORTUNITY ....................7449
M. Hosseini, Y. A. Izadkhah
AN ALTERNATIVE PROPOSAL FOR A “MOVABLE” ABUTMENT FOR INTEGRAL BRIDGES ..........................................7456
S. A. Mitoulis, I. A. Tegos, A. Sextos
EFFECT OF LIQUEFACTION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF MULTI-SPAN SIMPLY SUPPORTED
BRIDGES ......................................................................................................................................................................................................7466
L. Dueñas-Osorio, R. Desroches
DESIGN METHODOLOGIES FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF MASONRY
WALLS ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................7476
R. Popescu, G. Popescu, A. Craifaleanu
HIGHWAY AND RAILROAD BRIDGE PERFORMANCE DURING THE 2005 HURRICANE KATRINA ...............................7486
R. Desroches, J. E. Padgett, B. Nielson, M. Yashinsky, O. S. Kwon, N. Burdette, E. Tavera
STRONG EARTHQUAKES IN THE PERIOD OF 1991-2001 AND THE CONSEQUENCES INFLICTED TO
URBAN AREAS............................................................................................................................................................................................7496
K. Talaganov, V. Sesov, V. Gadza, I. Zafirova
STRATEGY FOR EARTHQUAKE DISASTER PREVENTION AGAINST THE APPROACHING MIYAGIKEN OKI EARTHQUAKE, JAPAN..........................................................................................................................................................7503
M. Motosaka, K. Tsukahara, S. Masuda, M. Maeda, T. Sato, S. Ohno
REPAIR AND STRENGTHENING OF ANCIENT STRUCTURES IN SEISMIC AREAS ..............................................................7513
H. Sesigur, O. C. Celik, F. Cili
A PROBABILISTIC PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF AN ASYMMETRIC REINFORCED CONCRETE
FRAME (SPEAR) BUILDING ...................................................................................................................................................................7520
M. Dolšek
SEISMOTECTONIC MODELING FOR SEISMIC HAZARD ANALYSIS OF VARDAR ZONE IN R.
MACEDONIA...............................................................................................................................................................................................7530
B. Dimiskovska, V. Mihailov
"TUTTI GIÙ PER TERRA" ("ALL FALL DOWN") - AN ACTIVE COURSE TO DISCOVER
EARTHQUAKE'S TOPICS ........................................................................................................................................................................7540
F. Brasini, D. Modonesi, B. Sidoti, R. Camassi
THE 1690-EARTHQUAKE OF VILLACH (CARINTHIA; AUSTRIA) - ASSESSMENT OF MACROSEISMIC
INTENSITY BY EMS-98 USING DAMAGE DATA OF THE...............................................................................................................7546
G. Gangl, W. Egger
EDUCATION AND INFORMATION AS TOOL FOR RISK MITIGATION: THE ITALIAN EXPERIENCE IN
NEAPOLITAN AREA AND THE EOLIAN VISITORS CENTRES, (SICILY) ..................................................................................7552
R. Nave, C. Piccione
STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR OF HISTORIC EARTHEN BUILDINGS: DAMAGE LEVEL AND
ECONOMICAL RETROFITTING PROPOSALS ..................................................................................................................................7556
A. S. Rodríguez, R. A. Matus
APPLICATION OF EUROCODE 8 IN SWITZERLAND .....................................................................................................................7566
T. Wenk
EFFECT OF INITIAL STATIC SHEAR STRESS ON LIQUEFACTION RESISTANCE OF A UNIFORM SAND ....................7572
S. M. Haeri, A. Khoshghalb
HAZARD MAPPING OF EARTHQUAKE TRIGGERED LANDSLIDES .........................................................................................7581
K. Ratzinger, B. Neuhäuser, M. Papthoma, H. Wenzel
THREE DIMENTIONAL RESPONSE OF CONCRETE FACED ROCKFILL DAMS TO STRONG
EARTHQUAKES CONSIDERING DAM-FOUNDATION INTERACTION AND SPATIAL VARIABLE
GROUND MOTION ....................................................................................................................................................................................7591
S. M. Haeri, M. Karimi
QUASI-STATIC CYCLIC TESTS ON U-SHAPED RC WALLS: TEST DESIGN AND PRELIMINARY
RESULTS ......................................................................................................................................................................................................7601
K. Beyer, A. Dazio, M. J. N. Priestley
LEST WE FORGET. A PRELIMINARY MAP OF THE COLLECTIVE EARTHQUAKE RITUALS OF ITALY .....................7611
V. Castelli
SEISMIC RESPONSE OF LARGE CYLINDRICAL TANKS FOR OIL STORAGE WITH FLEXIBLE WALLS ......................7619
H. A. S. Sanchez, C. C. Salas
REMOTE SENSING AND ENGINEERING: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO ASSESS
VULNERABILITY IN URBAN AREAS ...................................................................................................................................................7629
J. C. Münich, H. Taubenböck, L. Stempniewski, S. Dech, A. Roth
INTENSITY-BASED RISK ASSESSMENT FOR EUROPEAN EARTHQUAKE REGIONS – THE 1995 AIGIO
EARTHQUAKE ...........................................................................................................................................................................................7639
T. Langhammer, J. Schwarz, P. Loukopoulus, L. Abrahamczyk, F. V. Karantoni, D. H. Lang
NUMERICAL AND DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS OF EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF TWO
DANUBE BRIDGES ....................................................................................................................................................................................7649
L. G. Vigh, L. Dunai, L. Kollár
APPROXIMATE ANALYSIS OF LATERAL-TORSIONAL VIBRATION OF BUILDING STRUCTURES WITH
DIFFERENT STOREYS .............................................................................................................................................................................7659
G. Tarján, L. P. Kollár
MODELLING DIRECTIVITY EFFECTS OF THE OCTOBER 31, 2002 (MW=5.8), MOLISE, SOUTHERN
ITALY, EARTHQUAKE.............................................................................................................................................................................7669
G. Franceschina, F. Pacor, G. Cultrera, A. Emolo, F. Gallovic
DEVELOPMENT OF A FLEXURE-SHEAR FIBRE BEAM-COLUMN ELEMENT FOR MODELLING OF
FRAME STRUCTURES UNDER SEISMIC LOADING........................................................................................................................7679
P. Ceresa, L. Petrini, R. Pinho, F. Auricchio
DAMAGE IN NIAS ISLAND CAUSED BY THE M8.7 OFF-SHORE SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE, MARCH 28,
2005.................................................................................................................................................................................................................7689
S. Miwa, Ö. Aydan, H. Kodama, J. Kiyono, I. Endo, T. Suzuki, M. Hamada
EXPERIMENTING SEISMIC VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT AND STRENGTHENING IN A MASONRY
VILLAGE ......................................................................................................................................................................................................7699
C. Chesi, C. Cordie', M. A. Parisi
RAPID SCREENING OF SITE EFFECTS THROUGH MICROTREMOR SURVEYS IN VIEW OF
MICROZONATION STUDIES ..................................................................................................................................................................7709
H. Cadet, P. Y. Bard, P. Gueguen, C. Cornou
DE-CONVOLUTION OF SEISMIC DATA USING PARTIAL TOTAL LEAST SQUARES ...........................................................7718
A. Chanerley, N. Alexander
EVALUATION OF VULNERABILITY CURVES FOR BRIDGES – A CASE STUDY....................................................................7728
C. Karakostas, T. Makarios, V. Lekidis, A. Kappos
SHEAR STRENGTH OF TUFF-MASONRY WALLS RETROFITTED WITH CFRCM ................................................................7738
C. Faella, E. Martinelli, E. Nigro, S. Paciello
MACHINE LEARNING FOR GROUND-MOTION RELATIONS......................................................................................................7748
S. Garcia, M. Romo
FRP IN CIVIL STRUCTURES – RETROFITTING AND NEW CONSTRUCTION ........................................................................7758
N. Torunbalci
EAEE TASK GROUP (TG) 8: SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF IRREGULAR AND COMPLEX STRUCTURES:
PROGRESS SINCE 2002 ............................................................................................................................................................................7768
M. De Stefano, B. Pintucchi
PILED STRUCTURE STILL COLLAPSE DURING EARTHQUAKES - THE MISSING CONSIDERATIONS IN
PILE DESIGN...............................................................................................................................................................................................7776
S. Bhattacharya
A ROBUST METHOD TO OBTAIN THE AMPLITUDE MODULATION FUNCTION OF A STRONG
MOTION RECORD.....................................................................................................................................................................................7786
I. Ferrer, C. R. Sánchez-Carratalá
REALISTIC MODELLING OF THE DEFORMATION BEHAVIOUR OF BOX GIRDER BRIDGES UNDER
SEISMIC ACTIONS ....................................................................................................................................................................................7796
M. Empelmann, M. Girmscheid, D. Nowak
LARGE STEEL TRUSS BRIDGES OF THE TAIWAN HIGH SPEED RAILWAY..........................................................................7806
E. Los, D. Nowak, M. Empelmann
IMPROVED METHOD FOR THE ANALYSIS OF BURIED STEEL PIPELINES AT ACTIVE STRIKE-SLIP
FAULT CROSSINGS...................................................................................................................................................................................7816
D. Karamitros, G. Bouckovalas, G. Kouretzis
CENTRIFUGE MODELING OF SEISMIC RESPONSE OF SOFT CLAY ........................................................................................7826
M. H. T. Rayhani, M. H. El Naggar
CAPABILITIES OF THE BAYESIAN PROBABILISTIC NETWORKS APPROACH FOR EARTHQUAKE
RISK MANAGEMENT ...............................................................................................................................................................................7836
Y. Y. Batraktarli
NEW STRONG GROUND-MOTION SPECTRAL ACCELERATION RELATIONS FOR THE HIMALAYAN
REGION ........................................................................................................................................................................................................7846
M. Sharma, H. Bungum
SOME CONSIDERATIONS ON THE SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF HYBRID FIBRE CONCRETE STRUCTURAL
WALLS ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................7854
D. Buzzini, A. Dazio
PROPOSAL OF A NEW RISK FINANCE METHOD FOR BUSINESSCONTINUITY ...................................................................7864
S. Nishikawa, S. Fukushima, H. Yashiro
SEISMIC RISK ASSESSMENT OF THE TERRITORY VLADIKAVKAZ CITY ............................................................................7872
N. Nevskaya, V. Zaalishvili
PSHA IN NORTHERN ITALY ACCOUNTING FOR NON-LINEAR SOIL AMPLIFICATION EFFECTS AND
EPISTEMIC UNCERTAINTY...................................................................................................................................................................7882
F. Pelli, M. Mangini, P. Bazzurro, C. Eva, D. Spallarossa, S. Barani
A SEISMIC ENERGY DISSIPATION SYSTEM FOR SHORT AND MEDIUM SPAN BRIDGES ................................................7892
M. Jara, J. M. Jara
A REVIEW OF SEISMIC VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT IN MEXICO CITY, FROM LARGE
SUBDUCTION EARTHQUAKES .............................................................................................................................................................7901
A. G. Bernal, H. J. Garcia, E. Arellano
ESTIMATE OF OPENING OF CRACKS IN RC WALLS DURING AND AFTER AN EARTHQUAKE .....................................7911
P. Bisch, D. Chauvel, J. P. Touret
AN EQUIVALENT DAMPING MODEL FOR DIRECT DISPLACEMENT-BASED DESIGN ......................................................7918
B. Farahmand, M. A. Ghannad, A. H. Jafarieh
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BUCKLING-RESTRAINED BRACED FRAMES FOR HOSPITAL PROJECTS
IN THE UNITED STATES .........................................................................................................................................................................7925
E. Ko, C. Field
REFLECTIONS ON THE USE OF ELASTIC OR SECANT STIFFNESS FOR SEISMIC EVALUATION AND
DESIGN OF STRUCTURES ......................................................................................................................................................................7934
E. Miranda
MICRO-MESO-MACRO SCALE MODELLING AND ANALYSIS OF THE CAMUS I RC SHEAR WALL ..............................7944
D. Coronelli, L. Martinelli, P. Martinelli, M. G. Mulas
THE EUROPEAN STANDARD ON ANTI-SEISMIC DEVICES PREN 15129 ..................................................................................7954
M. Dolce, P. Bisch, K. Fuller, S. Infanti, R. Medeot
NEEDS FOR SEISMIC SAFETY EVALUATION OF DAMS SUBJECTED TO LEVEL 2 EARTHQUAKE
MOTIONS .....................................................................................................................................................................................................7962
T. Ohmachi
SEISMIC RISK REDUCTION IN INDONESIA : IN THE PAST, TODAY AND FUTURE.............................................................7970
H. Z. Anwar, N. Okada
ANALYTICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF MULTI-SPAN BRIDGES
REHABILITATED WITH STEEL PEDESTALS ...................................................................................................................................7977
M. C. Hite, R. Desroches, R. T. Leon
USING ISOLATION FOR SEISMIC CONTROL OF CABLE-STAYED BRIDGES ........................................................................7982
J. C. Wilson, M. J. Wesolowsky
RISKSCAPE NEW ZEALAND A MULTIHAZARD LOSS MODELLING TOOL ...........................................................................7991
A. B. King, W. J. Cousins, R. Bell
DOWNHOLE MONITORING INSTRUMENTATION FOR THE SITE LIQUEFIED DURING THE CHI-CHI
EARTHQUAKE AT CHINGLIAO, TAINAN, TAIWAN.......................................................................................................................8000
S. H. Ni, C. C. Ko
OPTIMISATION OF PERFORATED CLAY UNITS IN CENTRAL EUORPEAN SEISMIC AREAS ..........................................8010
U. Meyer, M. Roßbach, D. Schermer
DAMAGE PROBABILITY MATRICES OF THE ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE OF BASILICATA (ITALY) .....................8018
D. Liberatore, G. Spera, S. Pacifico
Volume 12
APPLICATIONS AND EFFICIENCY OF A SMART ELASTOMERIC ISOLATOR ......................................................................8028
J. Zevnik, M. Fischinger, T. Isakovic
THE EFFECT OF BACKGROUND RECORD ON RESPONSE OF STRUCTURES SUBJECTED TO NEARFAULT GROUND MOTIONS ...................................................................................................................................................................8038
F. Ghahari, H. Jahankhah, M. A. Ghannad
FRAGILITY ASSESSMENT OF REINFORCED CONCRETE FRAMES DESIGNED FOR REGIONS OF
MODERATE SEISMICITY........................................................................................................................................................................8048
O. C. Celik, B. R. Ellingwood
DEVELOPMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AT NCREE .............................................................8058
W. H. Tu, S. H. Hsieh, K. C. Tsai, Y. S. Yang, W. C Cheng
SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF VERTICALLY HYBRID BUILDINGS .....................................................................................................8066
A. Hemmati, A. Kheyroddin
STUDYING THE ENERGY DISSIPATION IN “EBFS” SUBJECTED TO EARTHQUAKE BY USING
NONLINEAR DYNAMIC ANALYSES ....................................................................................................................................................8076
M. Hosseini, M. Esmaeili
MODEL TESTING OF TSUNAMI SAFE(R) HOUSE DESIGN ...........................................................................................................8085
I. Thusyanthan, G. Madabhushi
VARIATION OF LIQUEFACTION RESISTANCE WITH THE ANGLE OF BEDDING PLANE IN SANDY
SPECIMENS .................................................................................................................................................................................................8095
R. Saffarian, A. Ghalandarzadeh, M. Ghahremani
EVALUATION OF STRENGTH AND DAMAGE INDEXES FOR BUILDINGS..............................................................................8102
P. Brana, V. Sigmund, J. Zovkic
STATE-OF-THE-KNOWLEDGE ON THE PERIOD ELONGATION OF RC BUILDINGS DURING STRONG
GROUND SHAKING...................................................................................................................................................................................8110
G. M. Calvi, R. Pinho, H. Crowley
SITE CHARACTERIZATION BY INTELLIGENT SYNTHESIS OF EARTHQUAKE RECORDS, CASE
STUDY ON 2003 BAM TREMOR .............................................................................................................................................................8120
M. Safi, M. Tehranizadeh
SHAKING TABLE FACILITIES AND TESTING FOR ADVANCEMENT OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING:
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION, EXPERIENCES, VALUES, CHANCES................................................................................8130
A. Pinto, P. Pegon, F. Taucer
DYNAMIC SOURCE INVERSION BASED ON STABLE FORMULATION ....................................................................................8140
H. Goto, S. Sawada
SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF ANCHORED QUAY WALLS ................................................................................................................8150
D. S. Bu
VARIATIONS OF APPARENT BUILDING FREQUENCIES - LESSONS FROM FULL-SCALE
EARTHQUAKE OBSERVATIONS ..........................................................................................................................................................8160
M. Todorovska, M. Trifunac, T. Y. Hao
EFFECTIVE USE OF EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE FOR SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION OF TORSIONALLY
COUPLED BUILDINGS .............................................................................................................................................................................8169
G. Hedge, R. Sinha
ESTIMATION OF SEISMIC RELIABILITY OF NETWORKS WITH SPATIALLY CORRELATED
COMPONENTS............................................................................................................................................................................................8179
S. Selcuk-Kestel, M. S. Yucemen
FRAGILITY ANALYSIS OF DETERIORATED REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM IN NPP FACILITIES............................8181
M. Kim, M. Lee, Y. Chung
BEHAVIOUR OF AN UNREINFORCED MASONRY BUILDING SUBJECTED TO HORIZONTAL
COMPONENTS OF BAM-IRAN EARTHQUAKE (DECEMBER 26, 2003).......................................................................................8189
K. Pourazin, S. Eshghi
SITE SPECIFIC SPECTRAL AMPLIFICATION AT ADDIS ABABA ...............................................................................................8197
Y. Birru, G. V. Ramana
CONSEQUENCE ASSESSMENT IN EARTHQUAKE RISK MANAGEMENT USING INDICATORS .......................................8207
M. Faizian, H. R. Schalcher, M. H. Faber
COMPUTING A 'REASONABLE' SPATIALLY VARIABLE EARTHQUAKE INPUT FOR EXTENDED
BRIDGE STRUCTURES ............................................................................................................................................................................8216
A. Sextos, A. Kappos, B. Kolias
SEISMIC REGIME OF THE 1983 (MS6.7) TUAN GIAO VIETNAM EARTHQUAKE EPICENTRAL REGION......................8226
C. D. Trieu
ELECTROSTATIC IMAGING FOR DETECTION OF POSSIBLE EARTHQUAKE PRECURSORY
STRUCTURAL CHANGES........................................................................................................................................................................8236
B. Ustundag, Ö. Kalenderli, H. Eyidogan
EVIDENCE FOR REAL-TIME CORRELATION OF MINING ACTIVITY AND INDUCED EARTHQUAKES
IN PARNASSOS MINE (GREECE) ..........................................................................................................................................................8247
C. Ventouzi, C. Papazachos, D. Vamvakaris, I. Dimitriadis, A. Karamesinis
ESTIMATION OF PERMANENT GROUND DISPLACEMENT FROM NEAR-FAULT STRONG MOTION
ACCELEROGRAMS...................................................................................................................................................................................8257
S. M. Chen, C. H. Loh
DESIGN AND APPLICATION OF SEISMIC ISOLATION IN CHINA .............................................................................................8267
F. L. Zhou, P. Tang, Q. L. Xiang, X. Y. Huan, Z. Yang
DESIGN OF THE SUBSTRUCTURE OF THE VANCOUVER CONVENTION CENTRE .............................................................8276
M. Cowdell, H. Kullman, R. Macpherson, J. Robertson, M. Yogendrakumar
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON SEISMIC STRENGTHENING OF SQUARE CONCRETE COLUMNS WITH
LAP SPLICE DEFICIENCIES BY GLASS FIBER-REINFORCED POLYMER ..............................................................................8286
S. Eshghi, V. Zanjanizadeh
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND SEISMIC STRENGTHENING OF AL-SHOUNA HOSPITAL IN JORDAN..........................8295
M. I. Jahmani, J. Qtaishat
ASEISMIC EFFECT OF GROUND IMPROVED WITH ACRYLIC EMULSION ...........................................................................8299
K. Komiya, K. Shikata, N. Kodama
STUDY ON DENSE ZONE IN SUBSOIL OF EMBANKMENT AS A COUNTER MEASURE AGAINST
EARTHQUAKE ...........................................................................................................................................................................................8305
G. P. Chandradhara, S. K. Prasad, K. Revanasiddappa
A LOSS ANALYSIS METHOD AND EVALUATION FOR CORRELATED BRIDGES IN A
TRANSPORTATION NETWORK............................................................................................................................................................8312
R. Lee, A. S. Kiremidjian
PREDICTIVE RELATIONSHIP FOR PEAK GROUND DISPLACEMENT FOR EUROPE: ARTIFICIAL
NEURAL NETWORK APPROACH .........................................................................................................................................................8322
I. Ahmad, M. H. El Naggar, A. N. Khan
STRENGTH DEMAND DIAGRAM BASED ON CONSTANT-DAMAGE CONCEPT ....................................................................8332
P. Panyakapo
FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF FIXING THE STEEL PLATE WITH BRACES ON BEHAVIOR OF
RETROFITTED RC BEAMS .....................................................................................................................................................................8340
G. Arslan, F. Sevuk, I. Ekiz
PAST AND PRESENT MACROSEISMICITY INVESTIGATIONS....................................................................................................8344
L. Timiovska
DEFINING THE EARTHQUAKE EFFECTS AT A GIVEN SITE ......................................................................................................8348
L. Timiovska
EARTHQUAKE RISK RESEARCH IN ROMANIA - 10 YEARS OF COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS .........................................8351
F. Wenzel, G. Schmitt, E. Gottschämmer, V. Sokolov, B. Sperner, D. Hannich, M. Böse, M. Markus, D. Lungu, G. Marmureanu
IRANIAN EXISTING STEEL BUILDINGS: STATE OF THE PRACTICE PART 1: NON-ENGINEERED
PRACTICES .................................................................................................................................................................................................8360
B. Shafei, P. Lestuzzi, M. Motavalli, S. R. Mirghaderi
IRANIAN EXISTING STEEL BUILDINGS: STATE OF THE PRACTICE PART 2: ENGINEERED
PRACTICES .................................................................................................................................................................................................8370
B. Shafei, P. Lestuzzi, M. Motavalli, S. R. Mirghaderi
SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF ELEVATED LIQUID TANKS ISOLATED BY SLIDING SYSTEMS........................................8380
M. K. Shrimali
GROUND MOTION PARAMETERS FOR VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT...............................................................................8390
A. Ansal, G. Tönük, M. Demircioglu, Y. Bayrakli, K. Sesetyan, M. Erdik
DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR AND MODAL CONTROL OF BEAMS UNDER MOVING MASS..........................................................8400
A. Nikkhoo, F. R. Rofooei, M. R. Shadnam
DECENTRALIZED SLIDING MODE CONTROL OF SHEAR BUILDING UNDER EARTHQUAKE
EXCITATION...............................................................................................................................................................................................8409
S. Monajemi-Nezhad, F. R. Rofooei
NEFOREEE TASKS 4 & 5: AUTOMATIC CONTROL OF DYNAMICALLY SUBSTRUCTURED TEST
SYSTEMS AND MULTIPLE SUPPORT INPUT ....................................................................................................................................8419
D. Stoten, A. Crewe
DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMPLE PLASTIC HYSTERETIC DAMPER .............................................................................................8429
A. Neulichedl
BEHAVIOR OF SQUARE REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMNS RETROFITTED WITH CFRP AND AFRP ....................8439
H. Moghaddam, S. Mehdizad
RECOMMENDATION FOR RESPONSE MODIFICATION FACTOR (R) OF ELEVATED CONCRETE
TANKS...........................................................................................................................................................................................................8449
M. Masoudi, S. Eshghi, M. Ghafory-Ashtiany
SHEAR STRENGTH OF REINFORCED CONCRETE SHORT BEAMS WITH STIRRUPS.........................................................8459
G. Arslan
RECENT SEISMIC ACTIVITIES IN THE GULF OF ADEN AND ADJACENT AREAS ...............................................................8465
J. M. Sholan
THE ATTEMPT FOR ASSESSMENT OF THE HISTORICAL STRONG EARTHQUAKES PARAMETERS’
RELIABILITY..............................................................................................................................................................................................8470
H. Harutyunyan
SOFIE PROJECT - TEST RESULTS ON THE LATERAL RESISTANCE OF CROSS-LAMINATED WOODEN
PANELS.........................................................................................................................................................................................................8477
A. Ceccotti, M. Follesa, M. P. Lauriola, C. Sandhaas
GENERATION, PROPAGATION AND IMPACT OF SCENARIO TSUNAMIS IN THE CORINTH GULF
(GREECE).....................................................................................................................................................................................................8487
A. Armigliato, S. Gallazzi, A. Manucci, G. Pagnoni, R. Tonini, F. Zaniboni, S. Tinti
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS ON HIGH-PERFORMANCE JOINTED DUCTILE CONNECTIONS
FOR PRECAST FRAMES ..........................................................................................................................................................................8496
S. Pampanin, A. Amaris, U. Akguzel, A. Palermo
AN EVALUATION METHOD FOR PASSIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS SIMULATED BY MAXWELL
DAMPING MODELS ..................................................................................................................................................................................8506
H. Ishigaki
SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF SQUARE R/C COLUMNS CONFINED WITH FRP............................................................................8512
C. Faella, A. Napoli, R. Realfonzo, G. Rizzano
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIN OF EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE OF BUILDINGS WITH GIRTLESS
FRAME AND STIFFENING DIAPHRAGMS .........................................................................................................................................8522
M. Ashimbayev, I. Itskov
OPTIMISATION OF PERFORATED CLAY UNITS IN CENTRAL EUORPEAN SEISMIC AREAS ..........................................8527
U. Meyer, M. Roßbach, D. Schermer
IN SITU EVALUATION OF STEEL STRESS IN R.C. MEMBERS WITH SMOOTH REBARS ...................................................8535
G. Fabbrocino, G. M. Verderame, M. Polese
CHARACTERISATION OF SEISMIC RESPONSE USING MULTI-DEGREE OF FREEDOM INELASTIC
RESPONSE SPECTRA ...............................................................................................................................................................................8545
S. M. Wilkinson, R. A. Hiley
BEHAVIOUR OF UNREINFORCEMD MASONRY STRUCTURES UNDER SEISMIC LOADINGS .........................................8555
D. Schermer
EARTHQUAKE DYNAMICS AND THE PREDICTION OF STRONG GROUND MOTION ........................................................8564
R. Madariaga
SEISMOLOGICAL INFORMATION FOR DISPLACEMENT-BASED DESIGN-A STRUCTURAL
ENGINEER’S WISH LIST .........................................................................................................................................................................8578
N. Priestley
SEISMIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT: PROBLEMS WITH CURRENT PRACTICE AND FUTURE
DEVELOPMENTS.......................................................................................................................................................................................8590
N. Abrahamson
EVALUATING SITE EFFECTS IN AREAS OF LOW SEISMICITY.................................................................................................8607
D. Fäh
URBAN EARTHQUAKE RAPID RESPONSE AND EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS......................................................................8622
M. Erdik
NEW STRATEGY FOR EARTHQUAKE RISK MANAGEMENT - HOW TO MOTIVATE PEOPLE FOR
SAFETY - ......................................................................................................................................................................................................8637
K. Okazaki
NEW GENERATION OF STRUCTURAL CONCRETE SYSTEMS FOR SEISMIC RESISTANCE.............................................8644
J. I. Restrepo
SEISMIC DESIGN OF FOUNDATIONS AND SOIL–STRUCTURE INTERACTION ....................................................................8662
G. Gazetas
SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF MASONRY DOMES AND VAULTS HAGIA SOPHIA IN ISTANBUL AND ST.
FRANCIS IN ASSISI ...................................................................................................................................................................................8668
G. Croci
MASONRY BUILDING DESIGN IN SEISMIC AREAS: RECENT EXPERIENCES AND PROSPECTS FROM A
EUROPEAN STANDPOINT ......................................................................................................................................................................8689
G. Magenes
EARTHQUAKE SAFETY OF EXISTING DAMS ..................................................................................................................................8711
M. Wieland
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