• A. Calvi, G. Savio
    Alessandro Calvi's personal collection (2021). 4

    Abstract
    In this paper design parameters to be chosen in the input phase of the structural seismic assesment of RC stairs are emphasized. This structure is simply made of RC [...]

  • Alessandro Calvi's personal collection (2021). 3

    Abstract
    This paper is aimed to analyze how a bibliographic work should be considered not as rigid collection of publications but as an opportunity to discover knowledge which often [...]

  • A. Calvi, G. Savio
    Alessandro Calvi's personal collection (2021). 1

    Abstract
    In this article an example of calculation is presented for a structure located in a low seismicity area in Italy, in order to provide an application approach useful to designers [...]

  • (2013). Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2013

    Abstract
    The International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE) is a research organization, created in 1987, that does research in many areas, one of them is Information and [...]

  • R. Athota¹, A. Montlaur, J. Rojas¹

    Abstract
    Thermal winds appear in mountainous areas and valleys due to temperature gradients caused by the buoyancy effects associated with the diurnal heating-cooling cycle of the [...]

  • M. Omidi, H. Khalaji, K. Mahmoudi
    Journal (2021). ok

    Abstract
    In this study, the perceptions of selected experienced EFL teachers about the construction of their unique LAD in the SLA process is investigated. The grounded theory and [...]

  • RIDNAIC (2021). Vol. 21, 26

    Abstract
    Synthetic strong motion records for the 1991, Mw 7.6, Limón, Cosa Rica earthquake were computed for several hundred different source models. The rotd50 (response spectra) [...]

  • E. Irizarry-Brugman, D. Bayouth-García, K. Hughes
    RIDNAIC (2021). Vol. 21, 25

    Abstract
    Hurricane María was an extreme atmospheric event that impacted Puerto Rico in 2017. As a result of the passage of hurricane María over the island more than 70,000 [...]

  • L. Daza, A. Grillasca, G. Ortiz
    RIDNAIC (2021). Vol. 21, 24

    Abstract
    The Synthetic Lightweight Aggregates (SLA) is a patented aggregate composed of fly ash and high-density polyethylene (HDPE). It is considered as an eco-friendly material because [...]

  • L. Suarez, J. López, J. Cruzado
    RIDNAIC (2021). Vol. 21, 23

    Abstract
    The most recent update of the Seismic Hazard Map of Puerto Rico was carried out in 2003 when the first active seismic fault within the island, in the Cabo Rojo area, was considered. [...]

  • RIDNAIC (2021). Vol. 21, 22

    Abstract
    A quantitative risk analysis is presented for a gas pipeline system in the province of Córdoba, Argentina. This is a part of a project on the vulnerability of infrastructure [...]

  • G. Harrigan, V. Goyal, P. Babuska, N. Trepal
    RIDNAIC (2021). Vol. 21, 21

    Abstract
    Structural and forensic analysis concluded that the Arecibo Observatory M4N socket joint failure in August 2020 was due to a socket joint design with insufficient design criteria [...]

  • A. Marotta, D. Liberatore, L. Sorrentino
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The extensive damage occurred to the Italian historical and architectural heritage during the 2016-2017 earthquake sequence, and particularly to unreinforced masonry churches, [...]

  • P. Bernardi, R. Cerioni, E. Coïsson, E. Michelini
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The work is focused on the structural vulnerability assessment of two historical constructions, chosen as case-studies representative of a recurrent typology of Italian rationalist [...]

  • G. Brando, G. Cocco, C. Mazzanti, M. Peruch, E. Spacone, C. Alfaro, K. Sovero, N. Tarque
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The seismic vulnerability assessment of the historic center of Cusco (Peru), an important UNESCO world heritage site, is dealt with in this paper. First, historical development [...]

  • M. Zielińska, M. Rucka
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The need to evaluate the integrity of wooden structural elements is constantly increasing. Non-destructive methods are becoming more popular in this field of research. One [...]

  • A. Torres-Acosta, J. Bustamanta-Altamirano, A. Esparza-Carrillo
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    After the establishment of the Viceroyalty of New Spain in the 16th century, the interest in precious metals and the mining activities would influence the emerging economic [...]

  • R. Liberotti, F. Cluni, V. Gusella
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The aim of the contribution is to illustrate strengthening design in regard to the conservation of Palazzo Murena in Perugia, designed in the eighteenth century by the prominent [...]

  • E. Crété, S. Yadav, N. Farahza, L. Arleo, M. Hajmirbaba, Y. Sieffert, P. Garnier
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    Understanding traditional seismic strategies is necessary to conduct appropriate restoration of historic buildings and city centers located in earthquake-prone areas. But, [...]

  • G. Cianchino, C. De Matteis, G. Brando
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The seismic protection of cultural heritage is an important topic that has been faced by several researchers in the last decades. Seismic events of the past have highlighted [...]

  • A. De Falco, F. Giuliani, D. Ladiana, L. Rjolli, D. Bordo, F. Gaglio, M. Di Sivo
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The problem raised by the steadily increasing number of failures in ancient town walls has recently attracted much interest. This typology of cultural heritage has always [...]

  • P. Calderón, E. Bertolesi, M. Buitrago, J. Moragues, J. Adam
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    Two full-scale timbrel cross vaults subjected to vertical settlements in one of their supports were tested at the ICITECH laboratories of the Universitat Politècnica de València. [...]

  • J. Dobón, M. Soria
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The water absorption, in the Historic Heritage Restoration, through porous materials of the different constructive elements, is certainly one of the factors that constitute [...]

  • R. Martini, J. Rodríguez-Mariscal, J. Carvalho, M. Solís, H. Varum
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    In many regions around the world, earth has been used through history as a traditional building material. Nowadays, there is a significant revival of its use due to its ecological [...]

  • R. Sabri, S. Abdalla, M. Rashid
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    This paper explores the methodology for the production and integration of Heritage Building Information Modeling (HBIM) into the museum management system of the Emirate of [...]

  • N. Maklada, S. Hadid, D. Abuhatsira, P. Gendelman, Y. Oz, D. Siboni
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    Ancient Caesarea has founded in the years 25-10 BC and named after Emperor Augustus. Throughout history, from the early Roman until the Byzantine period, Caesarea was a major [...]

  • S. Della Torre, L. Cantini
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The role of timber connections as reinforcement for vertical masonry walls is well known but still requiring a systematic study. Considering the main sources coming from the [...]

  • E. Prieto-Vicioso, L. Ruiz-Valero, V. Flores-Sasso
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The Dominican vernacular architecture, based on the indigenous bohio with Spanish influence, is built with natural materials, such as the royal palm (Roystonea Hispaniolana) [...]

  • M. Ponte, R. Bento, R. Machete, M. Godinho, A. Gonçalves, A. Falcão
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    This work presents an application of a Building Information Model (BIM) to the National Palace of Sintra, Portugal, a large and complex building composed of different unreinforced [...]

  • C. Intrigila, N. Nodargi, P. Bisegna
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    This paper investigates the unbuilt Musmeci parabolic vault, reinventing the original reinforced concrete structure as a dry-masonry vault. In the framework of rigid no-tension [...]

  • J. Sun, S. Tezcan, R. Perucchio
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    Elmina Castle is the first of a series of European trading bases along Africa’s west coast, and it is the oldest and best preserved early European building in Sub-Saharan [...]

  • A. Hoła, J. Hoła, Ł. Sadowski, J. Szymanowski
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The paper presents fragments of original archival documentation, which are used to identify the historical outline of the colonnade building and the peristyle pavilion located [...]

  • S. Galassi, G. Tempesta
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    In this paper the topic of the safety assessment of masonry arches based upon their geometry is investigated. The theoretical background is the Heymanian master safe theorem [...]

  • S. Pasterkamp
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    Prefabricated concrete piles have been used for the foundation of bigger buildings for about a century. Often a change in function, an addition (also vertically) or another [...]

  • M. Mària, X. Monteys
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    There are 1,463 buildings in Barcelona, from different times from the first century to the present day, that have changed their functions once or more times throughout their [...]

  • M. Saracco, F. Mariano, A. Giuliano, L. Petetta, F. Piccinini
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The seismic events that occurred in central Italy in 2016 severely damaged the rich cultural heritage system present in the area hit by the earthquake. Particularly significant [...]

  • F. Casarin, R. Cianchetti, T. Dalla Via, M. Meggiato, M. Mocellini
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    In the framework of the Strategic Masterplan Cultural Heritage 2014-2018 of the Italian Ministry of Culture, a specific attention for the strengthening and constitution of [...]

  • S. Brookes, K. Clark, R. Frostick, R. Ireland, L. Randall
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    Alan Conisbee & Associates and Richard Ireland were engaged by the Royal Household Property Section to inspect and assess the historic plaster ceilings and their supporting [...]

  • S. Tonna, M. Cucchi, C. Tedeschi
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    Arudj Cathedral, Armenia, is an example of early-Christian domed-hall that dates 671-672. A deep structural analysis of the building was developed by Politecnico di Milano, [...]

  • M. Luna
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    Restoration proposal for the Temple of Saint John the Baptist in Tochimilco, Puebla, México, damaged by the earthquake on September 19th, 2017. This proposal is based on [...]

  • P. Roca
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The paper introduces the main concepts and criteria presented in the Guidelines on the Analysis, Conservation and Structural Restoration elaborated by the ICOMOS/ISCARSAH [...]

  • O. Regan, E. Bourgeois, J. Douroux, A. Desbordes
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The paper introduces the main concepts and criteria presented in the Guidelines on the Analysis, Conservation and Structural Restoration elaborated by the ICOMOS/ISCARSAH [...]

  • L. Balik, L. Kudrnacova, K. Nedvedova
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    This paper deals with monitoring microclimate in the area of church and describes influence of exterior microclimate to interior microclimate, changes during one year. The [...]

  • M. Barsallo, F. Cardoso, E. Sinchi, T. Rodas, M. Achig-Balarezo
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    In urban and rural areas of the Andean cities of Ecuador, construction based on earthen technologies has been an important alternative, which are carried out through ancestral [...]

  • I. Rocca, L. Berto, S. Bellin, B. Dongmo, A. Saetta, R. Vitaliani
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    In the Italian seismic scenario, and beyond, interventions on existing buildings focused on the evaluation and reduction of seismic risk of cultural heritage have gained more [...]

  • A. Sinopoli, D. Aita
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper, which is part of a multi-disciplinary research project started in 2018 [1], is to investigate both the geometry and stability of the dome of the [...]

  • F. Casarin, L. Di Marco, M. Mocellini, R. Sidawi, P. Dahabreh, A. Taweel
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    The Custody of the Holy Land, with own and EU funds, and in Partnership with UNHabitat, is implementing a comprehensive rehabilitation Project in Dar Al Consul civic and residential [...]

  • V. Vona, M. Zuppiroli
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    Seven years after the earthquake occurred in Emilia-Romagna, the planning phases related to the cultural heritage reconstruction are coming to a conclusion. At this point, [...]

  • A. Sumali
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    A spiral staircase in Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe, New Mexico, has no center column to provide structural strength and stability. Some estimates say that the stair should have [...]

  • G. Frunzio, L. Di Gennaro, L. Massaro, F. D'Angelo
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    Wood can represent a valid and important alternative to the most commonly used structural materials for the restoration of masonry buildings, with a view to efficient, effective [...]

  • G. Zonno, C. Gentile
    SAHC.

    Abstract
    Selected results from the investigation program of a historic R.C. bridge are presented in the paper. The bridge, crossing the Adda river between the Municipalities of Brivio [...]