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Seismic Engineering

An overview of the seismic hazard assessment commissioned by Horizon Nuclear Power for the Wylfa Newydd site.

event-online
Online
Date
21 April 2021
Time
18:30 - 19:30 BST (GMT+1)

Flavia De Luca, expert in Structural and Earthquake Engineering, presents a webinar on the challenges of assessing seismic vulnerabilities of schools in Nepal and other data-scarce environments.

event-online
Online
Date
11 November 2020
Time
14:00 - 15:00 GMT
Type
Civil Engineer blog

Updated seismic hazard maps for the UK

A recently published report presents new national seismic hazard maps for the UK that have been developed to update the advice given to engineers about designing structures for earthquake resistance.

Date
09 April 2024
Online

This talk will cover technical and sociopolitical issues surrounding the San Ramón Fault (SRF) in Chile with an emphasis on seismic hazard assessment and the challenges of seismic risk governance spanning beyond engineering.

event-online
Online
Date
17 April 2024
Time
12:30 - 14:00 BST (GMT+1)
Hybrid

This lecture provides an overview of post-processing in the field of seismic analysis. Current methods outlined in Eurocode 8 and ASCE 4 will be discussed, as well as more sophisticated methods, which have been deployed recently in the UK nuclear new build sector.

event-location
London, United Kingdom
Date
23 November 2022
Time
18:00 - 19:30 GMT

 A project supported by ICE and carried out by experts at the British Geological Survey has updated the UK’s seismic hazard maps to assist with the implementation of Eurocode 8. 

Date
23 January 2024
Hybrid

The seminar discusses the engineering and societal challenges in the conservation of heritage structures in Historic Cairo. Focus is given to the assessment and rehabilitation of old structural masonry elements.

event-location
London, United Kingdom
Date
22 February 2023
Time
18:00 - 19:30 GMT

The 2017 William B Joyner Memorial Lecture will look at how we can address the issues and questions that have evolved in the assessment of uncertainty and suggestions for a path forward in improved communication of uncertainty between the Earth scientist andthe PSHA practitioner.

event-location
United Kingdom,
Date
26 April 2017
Time
18:30 - 20:30 BST (GMT+1)

This presentation outlines the types of seismic stations operated in the UK, how data is handled and some of the pitfalls and problems of running a network that has been operational since 1969.

event-online
Online
Date
30 September 2020
Time
18:00 - 19:00 BST (GMT+1)

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