This text details the findings of the 11th European Conference on Earthquake Engineering. Contents: Performance-based approaches for seismic assessment of existing structures; French advanced research on structural walls: An overview on recent seismic programs; Seismic microzonation of some municipalities of the Rubicone area (Emilia-Romagna region); Seismic hazards of the Mediterranean area; Value of earthquake field missions; Development and application of strong ground-motions in Europe; Seismic testing of structures; Soil and site characterization for seismic response analysis; Stabilized mixed finite elements for soil dynamics problems; The numerical simulation of buildings subjected to seismic loading: Application of an integrated modelling strategy; Seismic resistance experience in application to equipment of critical facilities; Seismic assessment and retrofit of R/C structures; Multiple earthquake event loss estimation methodology; Assessment of seismic structural vulnerability as a low-cycle fatigue process; Models for vulnerability analysis of monuments and strengthening criteria; Spatial variability of seismic ground motions: Stochastic techniques and physical patterns; Trends in seismic design and performance evaluation approaches; Seismic codes and new trends; The seismic design: State of practice; Capacity design principles for shallow foundations.K.D. Pitilakis Aristotle University ofThessaloniki, Greece A.J. Anastasiadis Institute of Engineering Seismology aamp; Earthquake Engineering (ITSAK), Thessaloniki, Greece Keywords: soil dynamics, site investigation, field tests, laboratory tests, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Earthquake Engineering - Invited Papers|
|Author||:||Philippe Bisch, Pierre Labbe, Alain Pecker|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1999-01-01|