Seismic and Wind Performance of Five-Storied Pagoda of Timber Heritage Structure

@article{Hanazato2010SeismicAW,
  title={Seismic and Wind Performance of Five-Storied Pagoda of Timber Heritage Structure},
  author={Toshikazu Hanazato and Chikahiro Minowa and Yasushi Niitsu and K. Nitto and Naohito Kawai and Hideyuki Maekawa and Masayuki Morii},
  journal={Advanced Materials Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={133-134},
  pages={79 - 95}
}
In Japan, there exist a total of 22 five-storied timber pagodas constructed before the middle of 19 centuries. All of those pagodas are registered as the important cultural heritages by Japanese Government, while some of them are listed in World Cultural Heritages such as Horyu-ji Temple’s Pagoda that was built in the end of 7th century. As those timber pagodas in seismic areas have survived against earthquakes during their long histories, their earthquake resistant capacity has been studied… 
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