The papers in this volume deal with the demonstration of the possibilities offered by computational technology as to finding better solutions to problems in different fields of structural dynamics, with a special emphasis on earthquake structural dynamics.
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Seismic risk reduction: some aspects and case studies /K. Talaganov -- Dynamic soil-structure interaction: methods and numerical application /G. Schmid, G. Pflanz & J Garcia -- Nuclear reactor building structures under aircraft impact on the dome shell considering different load-time characteristics /F. Stangenberg -- Dynamic analysis of new railway station building in Belgrade /B. Coric & s. Brcic -- Influence of some numerical integration methods applied to calculation of dynamic response /DJ. Djordjevic -- Earthquake protection of Byzantine churches (9th-14th century) in Macedonia /P Gavrilovic & V Sendova -- Dynamic analysis and testing of structures with semi-rigid connections /M. Milicevic, S. Zdravkovic, D. Zlatkov & B. Mladenovic -- Damage to building stock due to the 1999 Izmit earthquake /M. Garevski -- Evaluation of the functioning of rubber isolators of the elementary school Pestalozzi under strong earthquake effects /M. Garevski -- Meso-macro modelling of fibre-reinforced composites exhibiting elastoplastic material behaviour /S. Reese -- Transmitting boundaries /M. Petronijevic -- Reliability-based ageing management of reinforced concrete structures with respect to prognostic material degradations /F. Stangenberg -- Simulation based monitoring of damaged structure's behavior during seismic events /G.M. Atanasiu -- The model of the reconstruction of the houses damaged by earthquake on the extremely sheer mountain soil /I lgic & M. Damnjanovic -- Application of methodology for seismic design ofR /C building structures developed at IZIIS /G. Necevska-Cvetanovska -- Analysis of timber frames with deformable connections /E. Mesic -- Experimental tests on beams and columns constructed of high strength materials /R. Petrusevska & G. Necevska-Cvetanovska -- Automatic generation of digital models for 3D analysis of dams and filtration domains /V Mircevska & V Bickovski -- Probabilistic floor response spectra /A. Paskalov -- Application of a model for mitigation against liquefaction occurrence /V Sesov, K. Talaganov, I. Towhata & N. Harada -- Author Index.
Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology, IZJJS, University "St. Cyril and Methodius ", Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany.