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TítuloLocal seismic cultures: the use of timber frame structures in the south of Portugal
Autor(es)Ortega Heras, Javier
Vasconcelos, Graça
Rodrigues, Hugo
Correia, Mariana
Palavras-chavePombalino construction system
Local seismic Culture
Seismic vulnerability
Structural alterations
Vila Real de Santo António
Data2015
Resumo(s)Given the fact that using timber frame structures has proven to improve the seismic behavior of vernacular architecture, as has been reported in past earthquakes in many countries, its preservation as a traditional earthquake resistant practice is important. This paper firstly intends to evaluate whether the use of timber frames as a traditional seismic resistant technique for vernacular architecture in the South of Portugal, traditionally a seismic region, is still active. Secondly, the city of Vila Real de Santo António was selected as a case study because it also followed a Pombaline development contemporary to the reconstruction of Lisbon. The plan included the provision of timber frame partition walls for some of the buildings and, thus, an overview of the type of constructions originally conceived is provided. Finally, the alterations done in the original constructions and the current state of the city center are described and the effect of these changes on the seismic vulnerability of the city is discussed.
TipoconferencePaper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/38961
Arbitragem científicayes
AcessoopenAccess
Aparece nas coleções:ISISE - Comunicações a Conferências Internacionais

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