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Jerry Podany
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The earthquake is a problem that very often causes significant losses or damage. Site response analyses may play an important role in post-earthquake reconstruction, aiming at protection of the territory and mitigation of the effects of future earthquakes.

The earthquake is a problem that very often causes significant losses or damage. In Italy and in other parts of the world where this catastrophe occurs, there have been many losses of immovable and movable cultural heritage. Recent seismic events, Assisi (1997), L'Aquila (2009), Emilia (2012) and finally Centro Italia (2016), reiterate the need to proceed a well-targeted prevention for seismic actions. The paper describes the.

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For nearly three decades, the J. Paul Getty Museum has played a leading role in the development of seismic mitigation for museum collections

For nearly three decades, the J. Paul Getty Museum has played a leading role in the development of seismic mitigation for museum collections. Contributors to this volume-ranging from museum conservators, mount makers, and historical archaeologists to seismologists and structural engineers-discuss and illustrate a wide variety of n efforts for collections, from the simple and inexpensive to the complex and costly.

Erdik M, Durukal E, Erturk N (2008) Seismic risk mitigation in Istanbul Museums Advances in the protection of museum collections from earthquake damage: papers from a symposium held at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Villa on May 3–4, 2006, p. . Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Villa on May 3–4, 2006, pp 95–105Google Scholar. Erturk N, Sungay B (2004) Seismic conservation of historical and cultural treasures of a wold city: sizing the need and formulating an action plan for the museums of Istanbul, Turkey. In: Final Report to the World Bank ProVention Consortium, Istanbul, TurkeyGoogle Scholar.

Advances in the Protection of Museum Collections from Earthquake Damage: Papers from a Conference Held at the J. Paul Getty Museum, May 2006 (Symposium Proceedings) by Jerry Podany PDF version. 1864 downloads at 25 mb/s. For nearly three decades, the J. Paul Getty Museum has played a leading role in the development of seismic mitigation for museum collections

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Автор: Podany Название: Advances in the Protection of Museum Collections From Earthquake Damage . Описание: The Getty Museum& paintings collection, featured in this volume, ranges from the 14th century to the end of the 19th.

Описание: The Getty Museum& paintings collection, featured in this volume, ranges from the 14th century to the end of the 19th. It includes fine examples of early Renaissance and high Renaissance painting, as well as the art of the Netherlands and France and the art of the modern age.

9 Podany, J. (e., Advances in the Protection of Museum Collections from Earthquake Damage: Papers from a Symposium Held at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Villa on May 3–4, 2006, Getty Publications, Los Angeles (2008)

9 Podany, J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Villa on May 3–4, 2006, Getty Publications, Los Angeles (2008). 10 Erdik, . Durukal, . Erturk, N. and Sungay, . ‘Earthquake risk mitigation in Istanbul museums’, Natural Hazards 53 (2010) 97–108.

For nearly three decades, the J. Paul Getty Museum has played a leading role in the development of seismic mitigation for museum collections. Contributors to this volume—ranging from museum conservators, mount makers, and historical archaeologists, to seismologists and structural engineers—discuss and illustrate a wide variety of earthquake-mitigation efforts for collections, from the simple and inexpensive to the complex and costly.