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Moon, Planets, Sun and seismic Phases By Giovanni Imbalzano
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Supernovas, planetary conjunctions and Earth seismicity (quantic seismology), Seismic perturbation, Bode law and WIMP interactions (gravitational quantization)... and now: Moon, Planets, Sun and... More > Seismic phases (waves quantum III) Prof. Giovannni Imbalzano © 2014 Moncalieri IT. INDEX Seism & planet history Zones of risk Critical days and Hours Pages in Internet World preview 9'2014 Italy preview 9'2014 Lunar Phases and Hours Resume from 5'2'2012... Resume from 1'3'2014... Moon and Hours Prevision & Alignments Shoulder / Front Stress Shoulder & Front Stress Future Seismogram Experiments confirm Curiosity Hours coincidences WIMP references ... Bode Law Mathematical details Quantum Syntesis Bibliography GI.< Less
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Current approaches in seismic vulnerability evaluation methods follow three main stages: walk-down, preliminary and final evaluations. All these stages require time and financial sources. In order to... More > optimize time and other sources for detailed procedures, this study has been employed a further stage using the statistical building data collected by State Institute of Statistics of Turkey. This raw data, which are not collected to prepare an earthquake damage scenario, are processed and then an earthquake scenario is practiced for Denizli City in the southeastern Turkey. Resultant risk maps, which are needed to prepare emergency plans and take safety measures, have been proposed for the city.< Less
OTREC-RR-11-22 By Peter Dusicka & Selamawit T Mehary
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This project developed a seismic model for Oregon truck routes using Risk for Earthquake Damage to Roadway Systems (REDARS2) and HAZUS-MH. We refined data from the first model to more realistically... More > represent bridge inventory, address the seismicity of the Pacific Northwest (PNW), conduct sensitivity analyses of soil data and develop a seismic network model of Oregon bridges to assess roadway vulnerability. Assumptions were reviewed and Oregon data was incorporated to replace defaults for economic loss. The largest probable PNW earthquake is a subduction zone earthquake. A shortcoming of REDARS2 is its inability to incorporate subduction zone attenuation. USGS shakemaps for Cascadia subduction zone events are incorporated to add that capability. Analyses of the network incorporating bridges and post processing of the data with input from Oregon DOT engineers resulted in recommendations for bridge route priorities. More data and cost-benefit analyses are needed for final retrofit decisions.< Less

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