Volume 20 Number 1

  • A wavelet-based approach for truncating pulse-like records

    Vicky Dimakopoulou, Michalis Fragiadakis & Ioannis Taflampas
  • Liquefaction potential for the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal: a sensitivity study

    Rama M. Pokhrel, Charlotte E. L. Gilder, Paul J. Vardanega, Flavia De Luca, Raffaele De Risi, Maximilian J. Werner & Anastasios Sextos
  • Correction to: Liquefaction potential for the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal: a sensitivity study

    Rama M. Pokhrel, Charlotte E. L. Gilder, Paul J. Vardanega, Flavia De Luca, Raffaele De Risi, Maximilian J. Werner & Anastasios Sextos
  • Influence of structure on the aseismic stability and dynamic responses of liquefiable soil

    Pengfei Dou, Chengshun Xu, Xiuli Du & Su Chen
  • Seismic behaviour of piles in non-liquefiable and liquefiable soil

    A. Fouad Hussein & M. Hesham El Naggar
  • Influence of depth of liquefiable soil layer on dynamic response of pile group subjected to vertical load

    Kaustav Chatterjee, Deepankar Choudhury & Mohit Kumar
  • Correction factors for GMMs considering site and topographic effects in South Korea

    Heon-Joon Park, Hyejin Lee & Byungmin Kim
  • 3D physics-based seismic shaking scenarios for city of Zagreb, Capital of Croatia

    Helena Latečki, Irene Molinari & Josip Stipčević
  • Regional based exposure models to account for local building typologies

    G. Tocchi, M. Polese, M. Di Ludovico & A. Prota
  • Relationships between empirical damage and direct/indirect costs for the assessment of seismic loss scenarios

    Marco Di Ludovico, Giuseppina De Martino, Andrea Prota, Gaetano Manfredi & Mauro Dolce
  • Incorporating dwelling mounds into induced seismic risk analysis for the Groningen gas field in the Netherlands

    Pauline P. Kruiver, Manos Pefkos, Erik Meijles, Gerard Aalbersberg, Xander Campman, Wim van der Veen, Antony Martin, Kira Ooms-Asshoff, Julian J. Bommer, Adrian Rodriguez-Marek, Rui Pinho, Helen Crowley, Francesco Cavalieri, António A. Correia & Jan van Elk
  • Macroseismic risk classification of historical constructions: the LEXSIS approach

    Irene Puncello, Silvia Caprili & Elisa Bonanni
  • Correction to: Macroseismic risk classification of historical constructions: the LEXSIS approach

    Irene Puncello, Silvia Caprili & Elisa Bonanni
  • Seismic performance of strengthened masonry structures: actual behaviour of buildings in Norcia and Campi Alto during the 2016 Central Italy seismic sequence

    Romina Sisti, Marco Di Ludovico, Antonio Borri & Andrea Prota
  • Force–displacement relationship modelling of masonry infill walls with openings in hinged steel frames

    Haoran Zuo, Weiping Zhang, Baotong Wang & Xianglin Gu
  • Probabilistic seismic demand and fragility analysis of a novel mid-rise large-span cassette structure

    Zhi-Peng Chen, De-Cheng Feng, Xu-Yang Cao, Ke-Jian Ma, Songye Zhu & Gang Wu
  • Multivariate analysis of regular and irregular RC bridges and characterization of earthquake behaviour according to stiffness-based indexes

    Vítor T. Camacho, Mário Lopes & Carlos S. Oliveira
  • Resilience-based seismic design optimization of highway RC bridges by response surface method and improved non-dominated sorting genetic algorithm

    Sicong Hu, Baokui Chen, Guquan Song & Lianhua Wang
  • Seismic limit states of the components in reinforced concrete integral abutment bridges

    Benazir F. Ahmed & Kaustubh Dasgupta
  • Seismic response of a non-ductile RC frame building subjected to shake-table excitations

    Patricio Quintana Gallo, Umut Akguzel, Athol J. Carr & Stefano Pampanin
  • A practical design approach to bolted end-plate vertical-slits RWS connection

    Hamidreza Nazaralizad, Hamid Ronagh, Parham Memarzadeh & Farhad Behnamfar
  • Energy-based method to design hysteretic bracings for the seismic rehabilitation of low-to-medium rise RC frames

    Raihan Rahmat Rabi, Vincenzo Bianco & Giorgio Monti
  • Amplification in maximum isolator displacement of an LRB isolated building due to mass eccentricity

    Esengul Cavdar & Gokhan Ozdemir

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