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Authors: Caccavale; Dipartimento di Scienze Fisiche; Dipartimento di Scienze Fisiche, *
Convertito, V.*
Mancini, M.*
Fabbrocino, G.*
Title: Seismic hazard disaggregation in the Molise region, Italy: the case study of Campobasso
Issue Date: 2010
Keywords: seismic hazard
geotechnical monitoring system
Abstract: Large scale experimentations play a relevant role in the earthquake engineering research, similarly Structural Health Monitoring is able to give information of real structures. A few geotechnical structures are documented, because only data on seismic permanent deformations are available. The present paper deals with seismic hazard of the site of the Student House at University of Molise, where a geotechnical monitoring system has been designed and is currently under implementation. It is aimed at refining the seismic hazard characterization for identifying a set of relevant earthquakes for the theoretical analysis of the structure. Reference earthquakes expressed in terms of magnitude (M), distance (R) and ε, were therefore investigated. Uniform hazard spectra at different structural periods for a 475-year return period were disaggregated. Shapes of both the joint and marginal probability density functions were studied and the first two modes of M, R and ε were extracted and discussed.
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