Development of bridge failure model and fragility curves for infrastructure overturning and deck sliding due to lahars

@inproceedings{Dag2017DevelopmentOB,
  title={Development of bridge failure model and fragility curves for infrastructure overturning and deck sliding due to lahars},
  author={Joaqu{\'i}n Dag{\'a} and Alondra Chamorro and Hern{\'a}n de Solminihac and Tom{\'a}s Echaveguren},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract. One of the main volcanic processes affecting road infrastructure are lahars, which are flows of water and volcanic material running down the slopes of a volcano and river valleys. Empirical evidence has shown that lahars generate permanent deterioration in bridges and culverts, however, no models are available to estimate failure probability and vulnerability of these structures exposed to this hazard. In this paper, a bridge failure model due to lahars is proposed and, based on this… CONTINUE READING

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