Computational Structural Dynamics
Proceedings of the International Workshop, IZIIS, Skopje, Macedonia, 22-24 February 2001
The papers in this volume deal with the demonstration of the possibilities offered by computational technology as to finding better solutions to problems in different fields of structural dynamics, with a special emphasis on earthquake structural dynamics.
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Seismic risk reduction: some aspects and case studies /K. Talaganov -- Dynamic soil-structure interaction: methods and numerical application /G. Schmid, G. Pflanz & J Garcia -- Nuclear reactor building structures under aircraft impact on the dome shell considering different load-time characteristics /F. Stangenberg -- Dynamic analysis of new railway station building in Belgrade /B. Coric & s. Brcic -- Influence of some numerical integration methods applied to calculation of dynamic response /DJ. Djordjevic -- Earthquake protection of Byzantine churches (9th-14th century) in Macedonia /P Gavrilovic & V Sendova -- Dynamic analysis and testing of structures with semi-rigid connections /M. Milicevic, S. Zdravkovic, D. Zlatkov & B. Mladenovic -- Damage to building stock due to the 1999 Izmit earthquake /M. Garevski -- Evaluation of the functioning of rubber isolators of the elementary school Pestalozzi under strong earthquake effects /M. Garevski -- Meso-macro modelling of fibre-reinforced composites exhibiting elastoplastic material behaviour /S. Reese -- Transmitting boundaries /M. Petronijevic -- Reliability-based ageing management of reinforced concrete structures with respect to prognostic material degradations /F. Stangenberg -- Simulation based monitoring of damaged structure's behavior during seismic events /G.M. Atanasiu -- The model of the reconstruction of the houses damaged by earthquake on the extremely sheer mountain soil /I lgic & M. Damnjanovic -- Application of methodology for seismic design ofR /C building structures developed at IZIIS /G. Necevska-Cvetanovska -- Analysis of timber frames with deformable connections /E. Mesic -- Experimental tests on beams and columns constructed of high strength materials /R. Petrusevska & G. Necevska-Cvetanovska -- Automatic generation of digital models for 3D analysis of dams and filtration domains /V Mircevska & V Bickovski -- Probabilistic floor response spectra /A. Paskalov -- Application of a model for mitigation against liquefaction occurrence /V Sesov, K. Talaganov, I. Towhata & N. Harada -- Author Index.
Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology, IZJJS, University "St. Cyril and Methodius ", Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany.