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2020/21

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

The dynamic response of the subsoil has a strong influence on seismic risk. Indeed it affects the seismic hazard and the soil-foundation-structure interaction. The course, after the introduction of the basics of seismology and soil dynamics, deals with geotechnical issues of engineering structures under seismic loads.

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

The dynamic response of the subsoil has a strong influence on seismic risk. Indeed it affects the seismic hazard and the soil-foundation-structure interaction. The course, after the introduction of the basics of seismology and soil dynamics, deals with geotechnical issues of engineering structures under seismic loads.

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Understanding of the seismic response of soil deposits and its influence on the seismic hazard for the construction site. Ability to build simplified models for the prediction of the seismic response of site, the analysis of seismic hazards and the analysis of soil-structure interaction.

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Understanding of the seismic response of soil deposits and its influence on the seismic hazard for the construction site. Ability to build simplified models for the prediction of the seismic response of site, the analysis of seismic hazards and the analysis of soil-structure interaction.

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Basics of Mechanics and of Soil Mechanics

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Basics of Mechanics and of Soil Mechanics

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

•Fundamentals of Engineering Seismology (9h) •Seismic wave propagation in soils (9h) •Behaviour of soils under cyclic and dynamic loads (3h) •Experimental Soil Dynamics (in situ and laboratory testing) (8h) •Seismic site response (12h) •Liquefaction (8h) •Retaining walls (9h) •Soil-structure interaction (6h)

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

•Fundamentals of Engineering Seismology (12h) •Seismic wave propagation in soils (6h) •Behaviour of soils under cyclic and dynamic loads (3h) •Experimental Soil Dynamics (in situ and laboratory testing) (6h) •Seismic site response (12h) •Liquefaction (6h) •Retaining walls (6h) •Soil-structure interaction (9h)

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Practical examples will be presented in the classroom to make the students familiar with the topics of the course. Some practical examples will be devoted to the use of computer softwares for the numerical simulation of geotechnical earthquake engineering problems.

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Practical examples will be presented in the classroom to make the students familiar with the topics of the course. Some practical examples will be devoted to the use of computer softwares for the numerical simulation of geotechnical earthquake engineering problems.

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Classnotes Testi di approfondimento E. Faccioli, R. Paolucci (2005) “Elementi di sismologia applicata all’ingegneria”, Pitagora Ed., Bologna G. Lanzo, F. Silvestri (1999) “Risposta sismica locale: teoria ed esperienze”, Hevelius, Benevento S.L. Kramer (1996) “Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering”, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs K.F. Graff (1975) “Wave motion in elastic solids”, Oxford Press Publ. G. Gazetas (1990) “Foundation Vibrations” in Foundation Engineering Handbook (H.Y. Fang Ed.), Kluwer Academic Pub., Boston B.A. Bolt (1986) “I terremoti”, Zanichelli F.E. Jr Richart, Wood R.D., Hall J.R. Jr (1970) “Vibration of soils and foundations”, Prentice-Hall, New Jersey G. Dente (1999) “La risposta sismica dei pali di fondazione”, Hevelius, Benevento

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Classnotes Testi di approfondimento E. Faccioli, R. Paolucci (2005) “Elementi di sismologia applicata all’ingegneria”, Pitagora Ed., Bologna G. Lanzo, F. Silvestri (1999) “Risposta sismica locale: teoria ed esperienze”, Hevelius, Benevento S.L. Kramer (1996) “Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering”, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs K.F. Graff (1975) “Wave motion in elastic solids”, Oxford Press Publ. G. Gazetas (1990) “Foundation Vibrations” in Foundation Engineering Handbook (H.Y. Fang Ed.), Kluwer Academic Pub., Boston B.A. Bolt (1986) “I terremoti”, Zanichelli F.E. Jr Richart, Wood R.D., Hall J.R. Jr (1970) “Vibration of soils and foundations”, Prentice-Hall, New Jersey G. Dente (1999) “La risposta sismica dei pali di fondazione”, Hevelius, Benevento

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

**Modalità di esame:** Prova orale obbligatoria; Elaborato scritto individuale;

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

The exam is composed by an homework in 3 parts and an oral exam. The homework is intended to provide the practical skills necessary for the quantitative assessment of seismic hazard at a site, including the evaluation of the stability of a retaining structure, which will consider also the evaluation of its performances. The oral exam is intended to evaluate the comprehension of the background theory and to assess the full understanding of the topics covered by the homework. Grading is dependent in equal parts on these assessments.

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

**Exam:** Compulsory oral exam; Individual essay;

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

The exam is composed by an homework in 3 parts and an oral exam. The homework is intended to provide the practical skills necessary for the quantitative assessment of seismic hazard at a site, including the evaluation of the stability of a retaining structure, which will consider also the evaluation of its performances. The oral exam is intended to evaluate the comprehension of the background theory and to assess the full understanding of the topics covered by the homework. Grading is dependent in equal parts on these assessments.

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

**Modalità di esame:** Prova orale obbligatoria; Elaborato progettuale individuale;

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

The exam is composed by an homework in 3 parts and an oral exam. The homework is intended to provide the practical skills necessary for the quantitative assessment of seismic hazard at a site, including the evaluation of the stability of a retaining structure, which will consider also the evaluation of its performances. The oral exam is intended to evaluate the comprehension of the background theory and to assess the full understanding of the topics covered by the homework. Grading is dependent in equal parts on these assessments.

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

**Exam:** Compulsory oral exam; Individual project;

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

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