On August 21st 2017 an earthquake of magnitude Mw = 3.9 (Md = 4) occurred in Ischia Island (Napoli, Italy), causing numerous damages to ordinary and monumental buildings. In September 2017 teams from the University of Napoli Federico II carried out usability checks on churches. The damage evaluation of churches was performed by filling the II level survey form (A-DC). The surveys allowed constructing a significant database of 27 churches. A detailed analysis of the inspected churches was performed in order to identify: i) the percentage of usability; ii) the most recurrent structural typologies; iii) the most recurrent damages and failure mechanisms. Based on the collected information, statistical inquires were carried out for the inspected churches as a prodromal step for subsequent vulnerability analysis.

2017 Ischia earthquake: Macroscale typological and damage assessment of masonry churches

Ceroni F.;
2019

Abstract

On August 21st 2017 an earthquake of magnitude Mw = 3.9 (Md = 4) occurred in Ischia Island (Napoli, Italy), causing numerous damages to ordinary and monumental buildings. In September 2017 teams from the University of Napoli Federico II carried out usability checks on churches. The damage evaluation of churches was performed by filling the II level survey form (A-DC). The surveys allowed constructing a significant database of 27 churches. A detailed analysis of the inspected churches was performed in order to identify: i) the percentage of usability; ii) the most recurrent structural typologies; iii) the most recurrent damages and failure mechanisms. Based on the collected information, statistical inquires were carried out for the inspected churches as a prodromal step for subsequent vulnerability analysis.
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