Volume 19 Number 5

  • An alternative empirical function to predict air–water mixture bulk modulus for numerical modeling of liquefaction behavior of induced partially saturated sands

    Seyed Mohsen Seyedi-Viand & E. Ece Eseller-Bayat
  • Observations from the 26th November 2019 Albania earthquake: the earthquake engineering field investigation team (EEFIT) mission

    Fabio Freddi, Viviana Novelli, Roberto Gentile, Enes Veliu, Stoyan Andreev, Anton Andonov, Federica Greco & Emiljano Zhuleku
  • Developing GIS-based earthquake loss model: a case study of Baqiao District, China

    Yixin Zhang, Shansuo Zheng, Longfei Sun, Li Long, Wei Yang & Lei Li
  • Lessons for loss assessment from the Canterbury earthquakes: a 22-storey building

    Fransiscus Asisi Arifin, Timothy J. Sullivan, Gregory MacRae, Masahiro Kurata & Tadahisa Takeda
  • Tall buildings in Turkey, their characteristic structural features and dynamic behaviour

    Omer Odabasi, Mohsen Kohrangi & Paolo Bazzurro
  • Mechanical model of steel frames with reinforced concrete infill walls

    Francesco Morelli, Ivan Panzera & Walter Salvatore
  • A micro–macro modelling methodology for the analysis of infilled frames

    Alex Brodsky
  • Inelastic displacement ratios for non-structural components in steel framed structures under forward-directivity near-fault strong-ground motion

    M. A. Bravo-Haro, J. R. Virreira & A. Y. Elghazouli
  • Classification and seismic fragility assessment of confined masonry school buildings

    Ahsana Parammal Vatteri & Dina D’Ayala
  • Experimental estimation of energy dissipation in rocking masonry walls restrained by an innovative seismic dissipator (LICORD)

    Linda Giresini, Fabio Solarino, Francesca Taddei & Gerhard Mueller
  • An extended probabilistic demand model with optimal intensity measures for seismic performance characterization of isolated bridges under coupled horizontal and vertical motions

    Ahmad Dehghanpoor, David Thambiratnam, Wenyang Zhang, Tommy Chan & Ertugrul Taciroglu