Maria Polese
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Seismic risk assessment of residential buildings in Italy
M Dolce, A Prota, B Borzi, F da Porto, S Lagomarsino, G Magenes, ...
Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering 19, 2999-3032, 2021
A simulated design procedure for the assessment of seismic capacity of existing reinforced concrete buildings
GM Verderame, M Polese, C Mariniello, G Manfredi
Advances in Engineering Software 41 (2), 323-335, 2010
A multilevel approach to the capacity assessment of existing RC buildings
E Cosenza, G Manfredi, M Polese, GM Verderame
Journal of earthquake engineering 9 (01), 1-22, 2005
Damage‐dependent vulnerability curves for existing buildings
M Polese, M Di Ludovico, A Prota, G Manfredi
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics 42 (6), 853-870, 2013
A proposal for plastic hinges modification factors for damaged RC columns
M Di Ludovico, M Polese, MG d’Aragona, A Prota, G Manfredi
Engineering Structures 51, 99-112, 2013
Seismic fragility for Italian RC buildings based on damage data of the last 50 years
C Del Gaudio, M Di Ludovico, M Polese, G Manfredi, A Prota, P Ricci, ...
Bulletin of earthquake engineering 18, 2023-2059, 2020
Vulnerability analysis for gravity load designed RC buildings in Naples–Italy
M Polese, GM Verderame, C Mariniello, I Iervolino, G Manfredi
Journal of Earthquake Engineering 12 (S2), 234-245, 2008
Seismic risk of RC building classes
I Iervolino, G Manfredi, M Polese, GM Verderame, G Fabbrocino
Engineering Structures 29 (5), 813-820, 2007
Cumulative demand of the earthquake ground motions in the near source
G Manfredi, M Polese, E Cosenza
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics 32 (12), 1853-1865, 2003
Simplified approach for building inventory and seismic damage assessment at the territorial scale: an application for a town in southern Italy
M Polese, MG d’Aragona, A Prota
Soil dynamics and earthquake engineering 121, 405-420, 2019
Regional vulnerability and risk assessment accounting for local building typologies
M Polese, M Di Ludovico, MG d’Aragona, A Prota, G Manfredi
International journal of disaster risk reduction 43, 101400, 2020
Stick-IT: A simplified model for rapid estimation of IDR and PFA for existing low-rise symmetric infilled RC building typologies
MG d'Aragona, M Polese, A Prota
Engineering Structures 223, 111182, 2020
Aftershock collapse fragility curves for non‐ductile RC buildings: a scenario‐based assessment
M Gaetani d'Aragona, M Polese, KJ Elwood, M Baradaran Shoraka, ...
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 46 (13), 2083-2102, 2017
Assessing reparability: simple tools for estimation of costs and performance loss of earthquake damaged reinforced concrete buildings
M Polese, M Di Ludovico, M Marcolini, A Prota, G Manfredi
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 44 (10), 1539-1557, 2015
Simplified method to include cumulative damage in the seismic response of single-degree-of-freedom systems
E Cosenza, G Manfredi, M Polese
Journal of engineering mechanics 135 (10), 1081-1088, 2009
Post-earthquake reconstruction: A study on the factors influencing demolition decisions after 2009 L’Aquila earthquake
M Polese, M Di Ludovico, A Prota
Soil dynamics and earthquake engineering 105, 139-149, 2018
Simplified assessment of maximum interstory drift for RC buildings with irregular infills distribution along the height
M Gaetani d’Aragona, M Polese, E Cosenza, A Prota
Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering 17, 707-736, 2019
Mechanism based assessment of damage-dependent fragility curves for RC building classes
M Polese, M Marcolini, G Zuccaro, F Cacace
Bulletin of earthquake Engineering 13, 1323-1345, 2015
Empirical vulnerability curves for Italian residential buildings.
A Rosti, C Del Gaudio, M Di Ludovico, G Magenes, A Penna, M Polese, ...
Bollettino di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata 61 (3), 2020
Seismic vulnerability for RC infilled frames: Simplified evaluation for as-built and retrofitted building typologies
M Gaetani d’Aragona, M Polese, M Di Ludovico, A Prota
Buildings 8 (10), 137, 2018
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