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Работна средба помеѓу IGH Institut dd и ИЗИИС

September 23, 2019 |

На ден 19/09/2019 г., во Загреб беше остварена средба на директорите на IGH Institut dd (www.igh.hr) и Институтот за земјотресно инженерство и инженерска сеизмологија (УКИМ-ИЗИИС). И двата дирекотора ја истакнаа потребата од поблиска соработка особено за заеднички настапи на трети … Read More

Visit of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy at the University in Split, Croatia

April 17, 2019 |

On 9 and 10 April 2019, the director of the Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology (UKIM-IZIIS) – Prof. Dr. Vlatko Sheshov and the head of the Dynamic Testing Laboratory – Prof. Dr. Lidija Krstevska visited the Faculty of … Read More

Visit of the Civil Engineering Faculty at the University in Mostar

April 17, 2019 |

On 11 April 2019, the director of the Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology (UKIM-IZIIS) – Prof. Dr. Vlatko Sheshov and the head of the Dynamic Testing Laboratory – Prof. Dr. Lidija Krstevska visited the Civil Engineering Faculty at … Read More

Earthquakes and building regulations in Kurdistan: a turning point – Kurdistan24

November 27, 2017 |

Earthquakes and building regulations in Kurdistan: a turning pointKurdistan24Western developed countries have established regulatory codes of practice that impose the necessary requirements for structural engineers to consider when calculating the effects of earthquake tremors in their designs. Depending on the … Read More

Could the solution to New Zealand’s quake-prone buildings already be on a shelf at Bunnings? – The Spinoff

November 10, 2017 |

Could the solution to New Zealand’s quake-prone buildings already be on a shelf at Bunnings?The SpinoffThere’s nothing as such, says University of Canterbury engineering professor Stefano Pampanin. It’s not one single technology or technique which is going to save the … Read More

University of Washington engineers develop ‘breakaway’ tsunami-resistant buildings, prepping for ‘The Big One’ – GeekWire

November 10, 2017 |

University of Washington engineers develop ‘breakaway’ tsunami-resistant buildings, prepping for ‘The Big One’GeekWireThe tsunami-resistant buildings will have breakaway walls on lower floors that actually strengthen the structure when removed by strong waves. The buildings are designed to remain intact in … Read More

‘Symbolic rubble’ from crumbling adobe homes preserves the past and eases trauma after Mexico earthquake – WCAI

November 3, 2017 |

‘Symbolic rubble’ from crumbling adobe homes preserves the past and eases trauma after Mexico earthquakeWCAIThe architect also recommends that buildings be dismantled in a controlled way in order to take advantage of this material this symbolic rubble for reuse later … Read More

Outdated Construction Methods Caused Most Building Collapses in … – NBCNews.com

November 1, 2017 |

Outdated Construction Methods Caused Most Building Collapses in …NBCNews.comNearly two-thirds of the 44 buildings that fell in Mexico City were designed with a construction method called flat slab now forbidden in parts of the United …Lives lost in Mexico quakeRead More

Outdated Construction Methods Caused Most Building Collapses in Mexico Earthquake, Engineers Say – NBCNews.com

October 20, 2017 |

Outdated Construction Methods Caused Most Building Collapses in Mexico Earthquake, Engineers SayNBCNews.comThey had just reached the register when the earthquake hit, shaking the store so fiercely the structure screeched. Minutes later, a text came in from their neighbor: The elegant … Read More

Researchers Say They’ve Invented ‘Earthquake-Proof’ Concrete – Interesting Engineering

October 20, 2017 |

Researchers Say They’ve Invented ‘Earthquake-Proof’ ConcreteInteresting EngineeringResearchers from the University of British Columbia have developed a new material that may help make buildings earthquake-proof. The product is made of …

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