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Traditional and Innovative Approaches in Seismic Design

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Traditional and Innovative Approaches in Seismic Design
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN-13: 9783038427483
Number of pages: 170

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This special issue collects selected papers about a wide range of innovative applications in earthquake engineering. The topics refer to the investigation of traditional and innovative materials for earthquake engineering applications: masonry, reinforced concrete, steel, structural glass and timber.

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