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Learning from failure : long-term behaviour of heavy masonry structures

Author: Luigia Binda
Publisher: Southampton ; Boston : WIT, ©2008.
Series: International series on advances in architecture.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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On March 17 1989, the Civic Tower of Pavia collapsed without any apparent warning sign, killing four people. This book helps architects and engineers to deal with the continuous damage of heavy  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Luigia Binda
ISBN: 9781845640576 1845640578
OCLC Number: 123114572
Description: 228 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Failures due to long-term behaviour of heavy structures / L. Binda, A. Anzani & A. Saisi --
Experimental researches into long-term behaviour of historical masonry / A. Anzani, L. Binda & G. Mirabella Roberti --
Collapse prediction and creep effects / P.B. Lourenço & J. Pina-Henriques --
Effects of creep on new masonry structures / N.G. Shrive & M.M. Reda Taha --
Experimental study on the damaged pillars of the Noto Cathedral / A. Saisi [and others] --
Monitoring of long-term damage in long-span masonry constructions / P. Roca [and others] --
Modelling of the long-term behaviour of historical masonry towers / A. Taliercio & E. Papa --
Repair techniques and long-term damage of massive structures / C. Modena & M.R. Valluzzi --
Simple checks to prevent the collapse of heavy historical structures and residual life prevision through a probabilistic model / L. Binda, A. Anzani & E. Garavaglia.
Series Title: International series on advances in architecture.
Responsibility: editor, L. Binda.
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