Masonry churches hit by 2016-17 Central Italy seismic sequence confirmed their intrinsic seismic vulnerability. A detailed report of the damage data collected during the in situ sur-veys carried out during the emergency phases is presented. The data were recorded by fill-ing the II level post-earthquake survey form (A-DC) with reference to masonry churches (990 cases). These inspections were coordinated by the Italian Department of Civil Protection (DPC), the Cultural Heritage Ministry (MiBACT) and the Italian Laboratories University Network of Seismic Engineering (ReLUIS). The paper is mainly aimed at: a) providing an overview of the occurred events, b) presenting and discussing the collected database, c) developing Damage Probability Matrices (DPM) for the examined churches, useful for vulnerability analyses.

2016-17 CENTRAL ITALY: MACROSCALE ASSESSMENT OF MASONRY CHURCHES VULNERABILITY

Piera Salzano;Claudia Casapulla;Andrea Prota
2019

Abstract

Masonry churches hit by 2016-17 Central Italy seismic sequence confirmed their intrinsic seismic vulnerability. A detailed report of the damage data collected during the in situ sur-veys carried out during the emergency phases is presented. The data were recorded by fill-ing the II level post-earthquake survey form (A-DC) with reference to masonry churches (990 cases). These inspections were coordinated by the Italian Department of Civil Protection (DPC), the Cultural Heritage Ministry (MiBACT) and the Italian Laboratories University Network of Seismic Engineering (ReLUIS). The paper is mainly aimed at: a) providing an overview of the occurred events, b) presenting and discussing the collected database, c) developing Damage Probability Matrices (DPM) for the examined churches, useful for vulnerability analyses.
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