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Structural assessment of the Roman wall and vaults of the cloister of Tarragona Cathedral
Abstract The Mediterranean city of Tarragona was a capital city in Roman times. Nowadays, the remains of the ancient constructions coexist with many subsequent buildings. This is the case of theExpand
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Abstract. The development of massive data captures techniques (MDC) in recent years, such as the Terrestrial laser Scanner (TLS), raises the possibility of developing new assessment procedures forExpand
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Using the terrestrial laser scanner and simple methodologies for geometrically assessing complex masonry vaults
Abstract In recent years, the development of massive data capture techniques, such as the Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS), has raised the possibility of developing new procedures for assessingExpand
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Evaluation of large deformations on Romanesque masonry pillars: The case of Santa María de Arties (XII-XIII) at Valle de Arán, Spain
DOI: 10.7764/RDLC.16.3.468 Abstract There is a set of Romanesque churches at Valle de Aran that were built between the eleventh and thirteenth centuries; these churches have suffered largeExpand
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Deformation Process of Romanesque Masonry Constructions: The Case of Vall d’Aran Churches
The Vall d’Aran is located on the north face of the Spanish Pyrenees. There, we can find a unique ensemble of Romanesque churches built during the twelfth century, which have suffered large geometricExpand
Assessment of large deformations on romanesque masonry pillars: The case of santa maría de arties (xii–xiii) at valle de aran, spain
A set of Romanesque churches at Vall d’Aran, which were built between 11th and 13th centuries, have suffered great deformations and geometrical displacements. In some cases, these deformations haveExpand
In the region of Val d’Aran, there is an ensemble of Romanesque churches with very particular formal and constructive characteristics. These buildings, most of which were built during the 12thExpand
Terrestrial Laser Scanner for the Formal Assessment of a Roman-Medieval Structure—The Cloister of the Cathedral of Tarragona (Spain)
The use of massive data capture techniques in architectural heritage has enhanced the development of new methodologies that have an important impact on their conservation and understanding. TheExpand
Layout of the Gothic octagonal dome of Tortosa Cathedral
The Cathedral of Tortosa (1345–1757) is one of the most important Gothic buildings of Catalonia (Spain). Its relevance is partly due to the large number of documents that have been found from theExpand
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Limit Analysis and the Study of Building Stages in Masonry Structures. Experiences with the Gothic Apse of Tortosa Cathedral (1345–1441)
ABSTRACT Limit analysis is a commonly used method in the assessment of masonry constructions. This article deals with the use of limit analysis in order to study the equilibrium conditions during theExpand
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