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H.Ea.R.T.2013 Technical sessions

  1. 1. 1st International Conference on Historic Earthquake-Resistant Timber Frames in the Mediterranean Area H.Ea.R.T.2013 November 4-5, 2013, University of Calabria, ITALY TECHNICAL SESSIONS OPENING CONFERENCE Monday 4th November 9.00 VILLA RENDANO, Cosenza Welcome Addresses by the Civil Authorities CHAIR OF THE CONFERENCE: Prof. Raffaele Zinno, University of Calabria, ITALY General Paper Timber Buildings in Seism-prone Areas Gennaro Tampone, ICOMOS Wood Scientific Committee Session 1 HISTORICAL AND CONSTRUCTIVE ASPECTS 1 Chair: Gennaro Tampone, ICOMOS Wood Scientific Committee a. Key Note Lecture The Composite Timber-framed and Masonry Structures of Minoan era Eleftheria Tsakanika National Technical University of Athens, GREECE 1. La carpenteria lignea nei templi arcaici di Francavilla Marittima 10.20 – 10.35 Rossella Pace, University of Calabria, ITALY - Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris , FRANCE - Daniela Costanzo, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris, FRANCE - University of Calabria, ITALY 2. Timber Framing Wall in the Italic Civilization 10.35 – 10.50 Nicola Ruggieri, University of Calabria, ITALY 3. Berat, Anti-seismic Technologies and their Resistance through the Ages (A Mediterranean Story) 10.50 – 11.05 Aurora Skrame Stella, University of Calabria, ITALY DISCUSSION Coffe break 11.05 – 11.25
  2. 2. 4. Some Features of the Traditional Timber Framing in the Japanese Islands among the Seismic Areas around the Pacific Ocean 11.25 – 11.40 Toshikazu Tsuchimoto, Shinshu University, JAPAN – Nobuo Ito, ICOMOS, JAPAN 5. Historical Timber as a Sustainable Material. Studies about Islamic Architecture in Egypt 11.40 – 11.55 Dalia Shebl Said, Kafr Elsheikh University, EGYPT Session 2 HISTORICAL AND CONSTRUCTIVE ASPECTS 2 Chair: Nobuo Ito, Icomos, JAPAN Randolph Langebanch, Conservationtech Consulting, USA b. Key Note Lecture The importance of Timber Structure in antiseismic Byzantine and Post Byzantine construction. Panos Touliatos, National Technical University of Athens, GREECE 1. Tra il saper teorico e la pratica operativa. Note sull’utilizzo degli incatenamenti lignei nei Trattati di Architettura tra XVI e XVIII secolo 12.15 – 12.30 Cristiana Coscarella, University of Calabria, ITALY 2. Constructional Techniques in l’Aquila post 1703 Reconstruction 12.30 – 12.45 Caterina Carocci, University of Syracuse, ITALY – Cesare Tocci, Sapienza University of Rome, ITALY DISCUSSION 3. Mechanical and Constructive Interpretation of the Giovanni Vivenzio Model 12.45 – 13.00 Nicola Ruggieri, University of Calabria, ITALY – Raffaele Zinno, University of Calabria, ITALY 4. Assessment of Timber Framed Structure : Outcomes of the Cost Action FP1101 WG1 Workshop 13.00 – 13.15 Mariapaola Riggio, CNR IVALSA Trees and Timber Institute, ITALY 5. Construction Tecniques of Timber Framed Houses Built after the 1894 Istanbul Earthquake 13.15 – 13.30 Damla Acar , Istanbul Technical University, TURKEY - Deniz Mazlum, Istanbul Technical University, TURKEY 6. Timber Framed House for Post-seismic Reconstruction: a Historical and Technological Comparison Between San Francisco and 1908 Reggio Calabria Earthquakes Alessia Bianco, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, ITALY DISCUSSION 13.30 – 13.45
  3. 3. Lunch 13.45 – 15.00 Technical visit to Cosenza 15.00 – 18.00 Gala Dinner 20.30
  4. 4. Tuesday 5th November 9.15 University of Calabria, Arcavacata di Rende (Cosenza) – University club – General Paper When a Frame is Not a Frame: Timber Construction & Earthquake-Resilience from Roman Times to the Present Randolph Langenbach, Conservationtech Consulting, CALIFORNIA USA Session 3 ASSESSMENT BY EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS Chair: Giacomo Tempesta, University of Florence, ITALY Graça Vasconcelos, University of Minho, PORTUGAL c. Key Note Lecture Behaviour of the Borbone Constructive System Under Cyclic Loading Nicola Ruggieri, University of Calabria, ITALY – Raffaele Zinno, University of Calabria, ITALY 1. Seismic Performance of Traditional Half-Timbered Walls: Experimental Results 10.20 – 10.35 Elisa Poletti, University of Minho, PORTUGAL – Graça Vasconcelos, University of Minho, PORTUGAL 2. Experimental Study on Timber Framed Masonry Structures 10.35 – 10.50 Andrea Dutu, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN – Hiroyasu Sakata, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN – Yoshihiro Yamazaki, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN DISCUSSION Coffe break 10.50 – 11.30 3. 11.30 – 11.45 Shaking Table Test of Full Scale Model of Timber Framed Brick Masonry Walls for Structural Restoration of Tomioka Silk Mil, Registered as Tentative World Cultural Heritage in Japan. Toshikazu Hanazato, MIE University, JAPAN – Yoshiaki Tominaga, Bunkazai Kozo Keikaku, JAPAN - Tadashi Mikoshiba, National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention, JAPAN - Yasushi Niitsu , Tokyo Denki University, JAPAN 4. Statistical Evaluation of Mechanical Behaviour of Timber Framed Ancient Buildings, Using on Site non Destructive Tests 11.45 – 12.00 Alessia Bianco, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, ITALY – Vittorio Ceradini, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, ITALY 5. “Case baraccate” e “baracche migliorate” a Casamicciola 12.00 – 12.15
  5. 5. Marina D’Aprile, Second University of Naples, ITALY - Margaret Bicco, Second University of Naples, ITALY DISCUSSION Lunch 12.30 – 14.00
  6. 6. Session 4 SEISMIC ASSESSMENT BY MODELLING Chair: Raffaele Zinno, University of Calabria, ITALY Ario Ceccotti, CNR Ivalsa, ITALY d. Key Note Lecture Seismic Performance Evaluation of Timber-framed Masonry Walls. Experimental Tests and Numerical Modelling Stefano Galassi, University of Florence, ITALY; Francesco Pugi, Aedes, ITALY; Nicola Ruggieri, University of Calabria, ITALY; Giacomo Tempesta, University of Florence, ITALY; e. 1. Key Note Lecture A Proposal for a Procedure to Evaluate the Seismic Vulnerability of Historic Timber Frame Ario Ceccotti, CNR Ivalsa, ITALY – Carmen Sandhaas, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie Holzbau und Baukonstruktionen, GERMANY 14.40 – 14.55 An Overview on the Seismic Behaviour of Timber Frame Structures Lourenço Paulo B., University of Minho, PORTUGAL – Elisa Poletti, University of Minho, PORTUGAL – Graça Vasconcelos, University of Minho, PORTUGAL 2. 14.55 – 15.10 Historic Timber-frame Buildings in Albania Grigor Angjeliu, Institute of Monuments of Culture, ALBANIA – Kozeta Angjeliu, University of Tirana, ALBANIA – Loreta Çapeli, Polytechnic University of Tirana, ALBANIA DISCUSSION 3. The Earthquake-resistant Traditional Timber Structure in Anatolia - An Evaluation of the Seismic Performance of a Traditional Timber Building in Istanbul with the FEM - 15.10 – 15.25 Hulya Dişkaya, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, TURKEY 4. Practical Simulation Ttools for the Seismic Analysis of Timber-Framed Masonry Structures 15.25 – 15.40 Leonidas Alexandros S. kouris, IUSS Pavia, ITALY 5. Earthquake Response of Historic Buildings at Lefkas Island Triantaflyllos Makarios, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GREECE – Milton University, CYPRUS 15.40 – 15.55 Demosthenous, Frederick DISCUSSION Coffe break 15.55 – 16.25
  7. 7. Session 5 CONSERVATION AND STRENGTHENING Chair: Panos Touliatos, National Technical University of Athens, GREECE Eleftheria Tsakanika, National Technical University of Athens, GREECE f. Key Note Lecture ICOMOS Principles for the Preservation of Historic Timber Structures Gennaro Tampone, ICOMOS International Wood Committee 1. An Ancient Prototype of Modern Anti-seismic Wooden Framed systems. The Case-Study of “Casa a graticcio” in the Archeological Site of Hercolaneum 16.45 – 17.00 Stefania Pollone, University of Naples Federico II, ITALY 2. Building 17.00 – 17.15 Un piano diagnostico a sostegno di interventi conservativi su case baraccate 17.15 – 17.30 Reintroducing Techniques Timber Reinforced Earthquake Resistant Tom Schacher , Swiss Humanitarian Aid Group, SWITZERLAND 3. Caterina Gattuso, University of Calabria, ITALY – Philomène Gattuso, University of Calabria, ITALY 4. Restauro conservativo e prestazioni energetiche di edifici misti intelaiati in legno-muratura: un cantiere sperimentale ad Oppido Mamertina (Rc) Alessia Bianco, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, ITALY University of Reggio Calabria, ITALY 5. 17.30 – 17.45 - Alessandro Rugolo, Mediterranea A Proposal for the Consolidation of the Earthen Shali Mosque in Swa with Wooden Lacings 17.45 – 18.00 Giacomo Martines, Polytechnic of Bari, ITALY CLOSING CONFERENCE Wednesday 6th November 8.00 Technical visit to Mileto Mileto (Vv) was the ancient seat of the court of Ruggero the Great Count. It was completely destroyed in 1783 after the catastrophic earthquake that struck the Calabria region. The reconstruction of the XVIII th C was executed adopting the Borbone anti-seismic constructive system. Some edifices characterized by masonry reinforced with timber framing (so called “Case Baraccata”) are still conserved in Mileto.
  8. 8. Poster Session 1. The Experimental Evidences of the Structural Elements of Traditional Timber Buildings in Istanbul Hulya Dişkaya, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, TURKEY 2. Seismic Performance of Traditional Timber Structural Elements Elisa Poletti, University of Minho, PORTUGAL – Graça Vasconcelos, University of Minho, PORTUGAL – Branco M. Jorge, University of Minho, PORTUGAL 3. Traditional Earthquake-resistant Timber frames in North America Richard Collins, Trillium Dell Timberworks, USA 4. The Restoration Project of the Timber-framed Walls of Benizelo's Mansion in Athens Eleftheria Tsakanika National Technical University of Athens, GREECE 5. Before the Code: 18th Century Design Rules of Seismic Resistant Wooden Structure Chiara Tardini, Politecnico di Milano, ITALY – Valentina Sumini, Politecnico di Milano, ITALY – Eleftheria Tsakanika, N. T. U. of Athens, GREECE 6. Seismic Resistance of Assembled Triangulated Frames in Lebanon Manal Assaf, Civil Engineer, LEBANON 7. Centre of Excellence in Telč – European Infrastructure for Research and Diagnostics of Cultural Heritage Objects Riccardo Caciotti, Utam-Cet, CZECH REPUBLIC – Hasnikova Hana, Utam-Cet, CZECH REPUBLIC – Kloiber Michal, Utam-Cet, CZECH REPUBLIC – Fabeš Roman, Utam-Cet, CZECH REPUBLIC 8. Methodology for Vulnerability Assessment of Historic Masonry Building in Ancient Town Chiara Altomare, University of Calabria, ITALY – Serena Artese, University of Calabria, ITALY 9. Strategies of analyses for the evaluation of the seismic response of RC buildings Francesca Ansioso, University of Calabria, ITALY – Luigi Campolongo, University of Calabria, ITALY – Fortunato Cuppari, University of Calabria, ITALY - Antonio Madeo, University of Calabria, ITALY Raffaele Zinno, University of Calabria, ITALY Poster competition Participants are invited to express their preference for the best poster. Please use the card that you have received during registration. OPENING EXHIBITION Strutture architettoniche lignee nella World Heritage List e altre… ideation and co-ordination: Gennaro Tampone, Michela Semplici SOCIAL PROGRAMME Technical visit to old town of Cosenza and Mileto (Vv)

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