Gardoni, Paolo

Multi-hazard Approaches to Civil Infrastructure Engineering

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. Multi-hazard Approaches to Civil Infrastructure Engineering: Mitigating Risks and Promoting Resilence
Paolo Gardoni, James M. LaFave

Part II. Probabilistic Methods for Risk Analysis

2. Correlated Maps for Regional Multi-Hazard Analysis: Ideas for a Novel Approach
Paolo Bocchini, Vasileios Christou, Manuel J. Miranda

3. Supporting Life Cycle Management of Bridges Through Multi-Hazard Reliability and Risk Assessment
Jamie E. Padgett, Sabarethinam Kameshwar

4. Natural Hazard Probabilistic Risk Assessment Through Surrogate Modeling
Alexandros A. Taflanidis, Gaofeng Jia, Ioannis Gidaris

5. Risk and Decision-Making for Extreme Events: Climate Change and Terrorism
Mark G. Stewart

Part III. Earthquakes

6. Progressive Collapse Simulation of Vulnerable Reinforced Concrete Buildings
Khalid M. Mosalam, Selim Günay

7. Probabilistic Seismic Assessment of Existing Buildings: The CNR-DT212 Italian Provisions
Paolo Emilio Pinto, Paolo Franchin

8. Multi-Hazard Multi-Objective Optimization of Building Systems with Isolated Floors Under Seismic and Wind Demands
Hussam Mahmoud, Akshat Chulahwat

9. Energy Efficiency and Seismic Resilience: A Common Approach
Gian Michele Calvi, Luis Sousa, Cristiana Ruggeri

Part IV. Fire, Blast, Shock and Impact

10. Probabilistic Evaluation Framework for Fire and Fire Following Earthquake
Negar Elhami Khorasani, Maria Garlock, Paolo Gardoni

11. Progressive Collapse Resistance for Steel Building Frames: A Cascading Multi-Hazard Approach with Subsequent Fire
Spencer E. Quiel

12. Strategies for Enhancing Fire Performance of NSM FRP-Strengthened Reinforced Concrete Beams
Venkatesh K. R. Kodur

13. Experimental and Analysis Methods for Blast Mitigating Designs in Civil Infrastructure
Lauren K. Stewart, Bradley J. Durant

Part V. Wind Hazards

14. Wood-Frame Residential Buildings in Windstorms: Past Performance and New Directions
John W. Lindt, Thang N. Dao

15. An Engineering-Based Approach to Predict Tornado-Induced Damage
Xinlai Peng, David B. Roueche, David O. Prevatt, Kurtis R. Gurley

16. Performance-Based Hurricane Engineering: A Multi-Hazard Approach
Vipin U. Unnikrishnan, Michele Barbato

17. Wall of Wind Research and Testing to Enhance Resilience of Civil Infrastructure to Hurricane Multi-Hazards
Arindam Gan Chowdhury, Mohammadtaghi Moravej, Filmon Habte

Part VI. Geo-Hazards

18. Accounting for Unknown Unknowns in Managing Multi-hazard Risks
Robert B. Gilbert, Mahdi Habibi, Farrokh Nadim

19. Bayesian Risk Assessment of a Tsunamigenic Rockslide at Åknes
Zenon Medina-Cetina, Unni M. Eidsvig, Vidar Kveldsvik, Sylfest Glimsdal, Carl B. Harbitz, Frode Sandersen

20. Rock Moisture Dynamics, Preferential Flow, and the Stability of Hillside Slopes
Ronaldo I. Borja, Jinhyun Choo, Joshua A. White

21. Innovation in Instrumentation, Monitoring, and Condition Assessment of Infrastructure
Kenichi Soga

Part VII. Societal Impact of Extreme Events

22. Theories of Risk Management and Multiple Hazards: Thoughts for Engineers from Regulatory Policy
Arden Rowell

23. Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies in Earthquake-Prone Cities
Lori Peek, Stacia S. Ryder, Justin Moresco, Brian Tucker

24. Community Resilience: The Role of the Built Environment
Therese P. McAllister

25. Digital Technologies, Complex Systems, and Extreme Events: Measuring Change in Policy Networks
Louise K. Comfort

Keywords: Engineering, Building Construction, Geoengineering, Foundations, Hydraulics, Natural Hazards, Sustainable Development

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