With contributions from: A.H. Barbat, C.A. Bermúdez, M. Bruneau, G.P. Cimellaro, A.D. Fotis, M. Fragiadakis, H. Furuta, J.R. González-Drigo, R. Greco, J.E. Hurtado, S.A. Krikos, N.D. Lagaros, C.G. Marano, A.M. Memari, Ch.Ch. Mitropoulou, G. Muscolino, K. Nakatsu, Y. Nomura, A. Palmeri, M. Papadrakakis, S. Pei, P.N. Psarropoulos, L.G. Pujades, A.M. Reinhorn, A.G. Sextos, S. Sgobba, P.J. Stafford, I. Takewaki, Y. Tsompanakis, J.W. van de Lindt, V. Zania and C.A. Zeris.
This volume provides an overview of the present thinking and state-of-the-art developments of advanced computational techniques in various fields of earthquake engineering. The book aims at providing the relevant theoretical framework, the latest research findings and their practical implementations, as well as new formulations and solutions for demanding seismic design problems. It will be beneficial both for researchers and engineers, since it will enhance their knowledge and improve their understanding in important topics.
Saxe-Coburg Publications, paperback: 488 pages, 15 chapters
2015: ISBN 978-1-874672-37-1 price £95
ISSN 1759-3158 volume 37