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Augustus Bridge in Narni (Italy): Seismic Vulnerability Assessment of the Still Standing Part, Possible Causes of Collapse, and Importance of the Roman Concrete Infill in the Seismic-Resistant Behavior

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Augustus Bridge in Narni (Italy): Seismic Vulnerability Assessment of the Still Standing Part, Possible Causes of Collapse, and Importance of the Roman Concrete Infill in the Seismic-Resistant Behavior

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Bertolesi, E.; Milani, G.; Lopane, FD.; Acito, M. (2017). Augustus Bridge in Narni (Italy): Seismic Vulnerability Assessment of the Still Standing Part, Possible Causes of Collapse, and Importance of the Roman Concrete Infill in the Seismic-Resistant Behavior. International Journal of Architectural Heritage. 11(5):717-746. doi:10.1080/15583058.2017.1300712

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Title: Augustus Bridge in Narni (Italy): Seismic Vulnerability Assessment of the Still Standing Part, Possible Causes of Collapse, and Importance of the Roman Concrete Infill in the Seismic-Resistant Behavior
Author: Bertolesi, Elisa Milani, Gabriele Lopane, Fulvio Domenico Acito, Maurizio
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Embargo end date: 2018-06-08
Abstract:
[EN] The final results of advanced FE analyses performed on a Roman arch bridge, namely the Augustus Bridge (Ponte di Augusto) in Narni, center Italy are presented. The bridge, one of the most impressive Roman artworks, ...[+]
Subjects: Earthquake , Masonry arch Roman bridges , Nonlinear dynamic analysis , Nonlinear static analysis (pushover) , Roman concrete , Spectral response analysis
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International Journal of Architectural Heritage. (issn: 1558-3058 )
DOI: 10.1080/15583058.2017.1300712
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.1080/15583058.2017.1300712
Type: Artículo

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