Concrete: Case Studies in Conservation Practice
Fourteen case studies address the challenges of conserving the twentieth century's most ubiquitous building material—concrete. The selected projects represent a range of building typologies, uses, and sizes, and also represent a range of environmental and economic contexts.
Concrete is the first volume in the series Conserving Modern Heritage, a component of the Conserving Modern Architecture Initiative.
Available January 2019. Find out more and pre-order your copy.
Recommendations for Advanced Modeling of Historic Earthen Sites
In collaboration with Giorgos Karanikoloudis, Federica Greco, and Claudia Cancino
This publication summarizes the methodology and presents the conclusions of the modeling phase carried out by TecMinho, University of Minho, Portugal, as part of the GCI's Seismic Retrofitting Project. It provides a review of advanced structural analysis techniques, guidance for finite element modeling users, an overview of constitutive models, and two examples—one of validation and one of application.
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