Structural safety of existing buildings near deep excavations is evaluated by computing exceeding probabilities of different damage criteria within a simplified probabilistic methodology based on monovariate or multivariate probabilistic analyses employing the results of a numerical model of the boundary value problem. Different limit domains, defined on one or more deformation parameters and associated to limit states, are used to contemplate: the type of the structural system (i.e., reinforced concrete or masonry buildings); the foundation typology (i.e., strip/raft or pad foundations). The sensitivity analysis is developed considering the design of a new underground station in Naples (Italy).

Structural safety of existing buildings near deep excavations

CASTALDO, PAOLO;CALVELLO, Michele;PALAZZO, Bruno
2014

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Structural safety of existing buildings near deep excavations is evaluated by computing exceeding probabilities of different damage criteria within a simplified probabilistic methodology based on monovariate or multivariate probabilistic analyses employing the results of a numerical model of the boundary value problem. Different limit domains, defined on one or more deformation parameters and associated to limit states, are used to contemplate: the type of the structural system (i.e., reinforced concrete or masonry buildings); the foundation typology (i.e., strip/raft or pad foundations). The sensitivity analysis is developed considering the design of a new underground station in Naples (Italy).
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