Sub-surface characterization of the Anphiteatrum Flavium Area (Rome, Italy) through single-station ambient vibration measurements

@inproceedings{Hailemikael2017SubsurfaceCO,
  title={Sub-surface characterization of the Anphiteatrum Flavium Area (Rome, Italy) through single-station ambient vibration measurements},
  author={Salomon Hailemikael and Giuliano Milana and Fabrizio Cara and Maurizio Vassallo and Marta Pischiutta and Sara Amoroso and Paola Bordoni and Laura M. Cantore and Giuseppe Di Giulio and Deborah Di Naccio and Daniela Famiani and Alessia Mercuri},
  year={2017}
}
The Amphiteatrum Flavium in Rome (Italy) is one of the most known monument in the world. With the aim of understand the seismic response of the area where the Amphiteatrum Flavium is build and investigate possible soil-structure interactions, we performed a seismic experiment in 2014, based on ambient vibration (AMV) recordings. The measurements were performed at the original ground level, on the foundation and at different floors of the monument. Data were analyzed in terms of standard Fourier… CONTINUE READING

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