European Union has been promoting research actions on cultural heritage, recognizing and underlining its central role for the community policies and establishing its safeguard and valorisation as urgent priorities for the future. A research on rational tools for establishing seismic risk, intervention priorities, and decision-making on renovation of historical buildings and museums, just started at the University of Camerino, School of Architecture and Design, is described in this paper. The basic idea of the research is to develop a probabilistic methodology for the assessment of seismic risk of cultural heritage starting from the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research (PEER) approach, consisting of a general framework where the risk problem is decomposed into its three main features (i.e. seismic hazard, vulnerability and losses), analysed in a rigorous and consistent interdependent manner. The application of this methodology to cultural heritage requires investigations and original proposals on various open issues. This paper reports some results concerning the general methodology and preliminary analyses of a case study.

Risk assessment and prevention priorities in cultural heritage preservation / Dall’Asta, Andrea; Battipaglia, Manuela; Bellini, Federico; Carducci, Tamara; Leoni, Graziano; Losco, Giuseppe; Meschini, Alessandra; Petrucci, Enrica; Piattoni, Quintilio; Rossi, Daniele; Sicuranza, Filippo; Thaler, Horst; Tubaldi, Enrico; Zona, Alessandro. - 3:(2014), pp. 85-95. (Intervento presentato al convegno PPC Conference 2014 (Preventive and Planned Conservation) tenutosi a Monza-Mantova).

Risk assessment and prevention priorities in cultural heritage preservation

Alessandra Meschini;
2014

Abstract

European Union has been promoting research actions on cultural heritage, recognizing and underlining its central role for the community policies and establishing its safeguard and valorisation as urgent priorities for the future. A research on rational tools for establishing seismic risk, intervention priorities, and decision-making on renovation of historical buildings and museums, just started at the University of Camerino, School of Architecture and Design, is described in this paper. The basic idea of the research is to develop a probabilistic methodology for the assessment of seismic risk of cultural heritage starting from the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research (PEER) approach, consisting of a general framework where the risk problem is decomposed into its three main features (i.e. seismic hazard, vulnerability and losses), analysed in a rigorous and consistent interdependent manner. The application of this methodology to cultural heritage requires investigations and original proposals on various open issues. This paper reports some results concerning the general methodology and preliminary analyses of a case study.
2014
PPC Conference 2014 (Preventive and Planned Conservation)
3D Data Processing; Diagnostics; Seismic Vulnerability; FEM; Structural analysis
04 Pubblicazione in atti di convegno::04b Atto di convegno in volume
Risk assessment and prevention priorities in cultural heritage preservation / Dall’Asta, Andrea; Battipaglia, Manuela; Bellini, Federico; Carducci, Tamara; Leoni, Graziano; Losco, Giuseppe; Meschini, Alessandra; Petrucci, Enrica; Piattoni, Quintilio; Rossi, Daniele; Sicuranza, Filippo; Thaler, Horst; Tubaldi, Enrico; Zona, Alessandro. - 3:(2014), pp. 85-95. (Intervento presentato al convegno PPC Conference 2014 (Preventive and Planned Conservation) tenutosi a Monza-Mantova).
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