9-10 September 2019 in Greenwich, London

Sinan AkkarA ground motion model to estimate nonlinear deformation demands from a recent pan European strong motion database

Paper co-authored with Abdullah M Sandikkaya.

Abstract

Estimating nonlinear deformation demands is essential in performance based seismic design and assessment. It becomes even more important as probabilistic damage (loss) assessment becomes an important component in taking critical decisions about the resilience-based performance of structural systems. Considering these issues...

Dina D'AyalaCumulative damage to masonry structures due to repeated earthquakes and effectiveness of strengthening provisions

Biography

Dina D’Ayala is the Professor of Structural Engineering at University College London, within the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering. She is head of Civil Engineering and Co-Director of the Earthquake and People Interaction Centre, EPICentre. She is a director of the International Association of Earthquake Engineers and Fellow of the ICE. Her...

Ioannis AnastasopoulosWidening of existing motorway bridges: can pilegroup retrofit be avoided?

Abstract

The expansion of current motorway infrastructure often involves widening of existing bridges, calling for pier and foundation retrofit. While pier retrofit is relatively straightforward, pilegroup strengthening can be a challenging, costly, and time–consuming operation. A non-negligible excavation is necessary to reach the existing pilecap, followed by construction of additional piles, and of a new pilecap that...

Ahmed ElghazouliTowards improved seismic design procedures for steel structures

Abstract

European seismic design procedures are currently undergoing a process of evolution and development. This process is guided by improved understanding of structural behaviour based on new research findings, coupled with the need to address issues identified from the practical application in real engineering projects. Developments in design guidance however need to balance technical advancements with the desire to maintain...

Jack BakerAdvances in simulating post-earthquake recovery for performance-based engineering and resilience

Abstract

The performance-based earthquake engineering paradigm has enabled a dramatic shift in the way that some damage-resistant buildings are being designed. By enabling the more explicit targeting and verification of performance in large earthquakes, building owners have an increased opportunity to achieve enhanced performance with limited additional cost. And ongoing research is extending this...

Ziggy LubkowskiPerformance based geotechnical earthquake engineering – How can we use it in practice?

Biography

Ziggy is a geotechnical earthquake engineer with over 30 years’ experience. He has carried out seismic design, analysis and assessment for a range of structures in the energy, infrastructure, manufacturing and humanitarian sectors. He has acted as the seismic specialist for major projects such as offshore platforms in New Zealand and Caspian Sea, the proposed Çanakkale Bridge in Turkey, and the...

Eleni ChatziTowards self-aware infrastructure

Abstract

Engineers are today faced with a conundrum. On one hand an ageing building stock and on the other novel materials and digital building technologies reshaping the landscape of construction. The life-cycle management of both existing and new structural systems operating under diverse loads demands a better understanding of how these systems respond. This involves the tasks of simulation (forward engineering), identification (inverse engineering) and...

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