This paper aims at providing helpful tools (i.e. empirical fragility curves) for the analysis and prediction of the damage to masonry buildings in areas affected by slow-moving landslides. This goal is pursued through the development of an innovative procedure based on the joint use of DInSAR data and building damage surveys and applied in two study areas of the Calabria region (southern Italy).

Empirical fragility curves for masonry buildings in slow-moving landslide-affected areas of southern Italy

Settimio Ferlisi
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Gianfranco Nicodemo;Dario Peduto
2018

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This paper aims at providing helpful tools (i.e. empirical fragility curves) for the analysis and prediction of the damage to masonry buildings in areas affected by slow-moving landslides. This goal is pursued through the development of an innovative procedure based on the joint use of DInSAR data and building damage surveys and applied in two study areas of the Calabria region (southern Italy).
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: http://hdl.handle.net/11386/4703462
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