One of the main challenges in today’s civil/earthquake engineering is the effective mitigation and control of damage due to earthquake-induced vibrations, with the aim of safer structures, thus satisfying society expectations. Since the mid XX century, passive, semiactive, and active controlled systems have been proposed, tested, studied, and optimized to mitigate earthquake-induced effects upon structures.Their effectiveness in reducing structural vibrations and damage is nowadays worldwide recognized. Nonetheless, despite the large amount of research effort, the practical implementation of innovative seismic protection devices in building structures is still limited to only few countries (such as USA, Japan, and Italy).

Energy Dissipation Systems for Seismic Vibration-Induced Damage Mitigation in Building Structures: Development, Modeling, Analysis, and Design

Gasparini, Giada
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Palermo, Michele
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2018

Abstract

One of the main challenges in today’s civil/earthquake engineering is the effective mitigation and control of damage due to earthquake-induced vibrations, with the aim of safer structures, thus satisfying society expectations. Since the mid XX century, passive, semiactive, and active controlled systems have been proposed, tested, studied, and optimized to mitigate earthquake-induced effects upon structures.Their effectiveness in reducing structural vibrations and damage is nowadays worldwide recognized. Nonetheless, despite the large amount of research effort, the practical implementation of innovative seismic protection devices in building structures is still limited to only few countries (such as USA, Japan, and Italy).
Gasparini, Giada*; Palermo, Michele; Ponzo, Felice; Sorace, Stefano; Lavan, Oren
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