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Basis of structural design of building. According to CTE DB E,CTE DB SE-AE and NCSE-02

Ingeniería Civil, Topografía y Construcción
Idioma: Inglés
Colección: Académica
Formato: Tapa blanda. Rústica
Tamaño: 17 x 24 Nº Páginas:146
Nº Edición: 1  /   29-10-2018
ISBN:  978-84-9048-742-6 Ref.: 803
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This book, intended for students of Architecture or structural engineering, addresses the basis of structural design according to procedures and provisions set in the Spanish Building Technical Code (CTE DB-SE & CTE DB SE-AE) and in the Code for Seismic Design of buildings (NCSE-02) Provisions and requirements specified in these Standards related to structural safety and serviceability, limit state analysis, actions on buildings and earthquake resistant design are included and explained. A collection of practical examples illustrates key points and clarifies the implementation of these Standards to the structural design of buildings All tables needed to follow every step of the process are provided in this manual

Guardiola Villora, Arianna

Professor Arianna Guardiola-Villora graduated as a qualified Architect at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Valencia specialising in both, building and urbanism. Doctorate in Building Structures (Thesis: ¿Semi-rigid joints behaviour in steel building structures¿), since 1996 she lectures at the School of Architecture at the Universitat Politècnica de València different subjects related with the design and analysis of structures at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Current interdisciplinary research encompasses historical structures, seismic vulnerability of residential buildings, energy efficiency of building structures and design and analysis of steel structures.
She is the author of several publications and educational videos focused on the analysis and design of building structures intended for students and practitioners.

Basset Salom, Luisa

Professor of Structural Analysis & Design and of Structural Pathology & Rehabilitation in Bachelor and Master¿s Degree at the School of Architecture, Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain).
Architect in 1984 (specialising in building and urbanism), PhD in Architecture in 1992 (Thesis: ¿An approach to the implementation of the effects of soil structure interaction in structural analysis of residential buildings¿) and member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Heritage Architecture since 2016, she has been involved in diverse projects related with structural analysis and rehabilitation of residential buildings.
Currently, her research focus is on seismic performance of masonry residential buildings, seismic risk and heritage preservation, having published several papers in international journals, books and conferences.
She is also author of several educational publications about structural analysis and structural pathology related with her lecturing activity.