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The Vulnerability Assessment and the Damage Scenario in Seismic Risk Analysis

@inproceedings{Giovinazzi2005TheVA,
  title={The Vulnerability Assessment and the Damage Scenario in Seismic Risk Analysis},
  author={Sonia Giovinazzi},
  year={2005}
}
Diese Doktorarbeit stellt zwei Ansatze fur eine Vulnerabilitatsbewertung im bebauten Raum vor: ein makroseismisches Modell, das in Verbindung mit makroseismischen Intensitatskarten eingesetzt wird und ein mechanisches Modell, das dann zum Einsatz kommt, wenn eine Gefahrdung in Bezug auf Spitzen-Bodenbeschleunigungen und Spektralwerte vorliegt. Die Arbeit zeigt die theoretischen Grundlagen auf und verweist auf die bestimmenden Parameter fur die beiden vorgestellten Modelle im Hinblick auf… 

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