The design strong-motion time history for the Vittorio Veneto test site in north-eastern Italy has been computed generating synthetic accelerograms that are compatible with the uniform hazard response spectrum for the site. The response spectrum of this artificial time history has been compared and corrected with those of recorded events considered as suitable design earthquakes for Vittorio Veneto. These last were taken from the European strong-motion databank, selecting the real accelerograms that match a scenario earthquake derived from the disaggregation of the source contribution in the probabilistic seismic hazard assessment. Furthermore, the synthetic design response spectrum for Vittorio Veneto has been compared with that of other records of the European strong-motion databank, considered as a suitable extreme event for the study site. Considering that the actual recordings refer to different soil typologies, the computed design spectrum for Vittorio Veneto is adequate enough to represent also the extreme event for the region.

Ground shaking at the Vittorio Veneto (N.E. Italy) test site from uniform hazard response spectra

Slejko D;Rebez A
2004

Abstract

The design strong-motion time history for the Vittorio Veneto test site in north-eastern Italy has been computed generating synthetic accelerograms that are compatible with the uniform hazard response spectrum for the site. The response spectrum of this artificial time history has been compared and corrected with those of recorded events considered as suitable design earthquakes for Vittorio Veneto. These last were taken from the European strong-motion databank, selecting the real accelerograms that match a scenario earthquake derived from the disaggregation of the source contribution in the probabilistic seismic hazard assessment. Furthermore, the synthetic design response spectrum for Vittorio Veneto has been compared with that of other records of the European strong-motion databank, considered as a suitable extreme event for the study site. Considering that the actual recordings refer to different soil typologies, the computed design spectrum for Vittorio Veneto is adequate enough to represent also the extreme event for the region.
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