Seismic Hazard and Building Vulnerability in Post-Soviet Central Asian Republics

Seismic Hazard and Building Vulnerability in Post-Soviet Central Asian Republics

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This is the best compilation of current seismic and engineering data on the seismic hazard of the capitals of the Central Asian republics available in the English language. It comes to the conclusion that the risk to residents of these cities is extremely high.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 256 pages
  • 160 x 241.3 x 20.3mm | 544.32g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1999 ed.
  • XVIII, 256 p.
  • 0792355873
  • 9780792355878

Table of contents

Preface. Executive Summary and Workshop Results. Seismic Hazard of the Central Asia Region; A. Nurmagambetov, et al. Earthquake Resistance of Multi-Story Residential Buildings in Central Asian Capital Cities; S. Imanbekov, et al. Seismic Hazard and Building Vulnerability in Kazakhstan; T. Zhunusov, et al. Seismic Hazard and Building Vulnerability in Kyrgyzstan; S. Imanbekov, et al. Seismic Hazard and Building Vulnerability in Tajikistan; S. Negmatullaev, et al. Seismic Hazard and Building Vulnerability in Turkmenistan; B. Karryev, et al. Seismic Hazard and Building Vulnerability in Uzbekistan; T. Rashidov, et al. Destruction of Standard Residential Buildings in the 1988 Spitak, Armenia Earthquake; T. Markarian, S. Shaginian. The December 7, 1988 Spitak, Armenia Earthquake: Results of Analysis of Structural Behavior; V. Rzhevsky. Lessons of the 1995 Sakhalin and 1994 Kuril Islands Earthquakes; C.A. Melentyev. Assessment of Seismic Resistance of Sovi, et Mass Construction Buildings - Almaty as an Example; T. Zhunusov, et al. Appendix: Forms and Questions for Workshop Participants. Subject Index.
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