Volume 19, 2019

Issue 2, 19, 2019

  • International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2019). Vol. 19, (2), 4

    Abstract
    The nonlinear dynamic response and buckling of a simple, two degree of freedom system is investigated in this work under an impulsive load that simulates a nearby detonation-like [...]

  • International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2019). Vol. 19, (2), 3

    Abstract
    The JMA intensity was calculated for all the important events that the Earthquake Engineering Laboratory (LIS) has recorded since 1990. First, a pre-selection was made taking [...]

  • B. Natalini, M. Natalini
    International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2019). Vol. 19, (2), 2

    Abstract
    The extreme wind map of the Argentinean code of practice CIRSOC 102 was updated in 1997 from records of the period 1967-1990. The information contained in this map is represented [...]

  • International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2019). Vol. 19, (2), 1

    Abstract
    The changes in the geometry of the structures are called irregularities and are divided into two types: plant and height irregularities, the latter being widely investigated. [...]

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