The ATC-20-1 Bhutan Field Manual: Postearthquake Safety Evaluation of Buildings, represents adaptations to the U.S. version of the ATC-20-1 Field Manual to account for Bhutan’s vernacular buildings, as well as Bhutan’s cultural and governmental context. During the development, a number of improvements were made to the presentation of material in the ATC-20-1 Field Manual, including a graphical format with numerous images to help engineers evaluate damaged buildings more accurately. Also, the procedures incorporate recent lessons learned during postearthquake safety evaluations following the Chile (2010) and New Zealand (2010-2011) earthquakes. (Published 2014, 246 pages)
Printed on international size A5 paper and providing full color illustration of numerous damage types, this report is printed in limited quantities. Large orders may be printed on demand within 5 business days of the order.
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This report documents identification of critical deficiencies, refinement of the list of common deficiencies, and development of collapse mitigation strategies for older reinforced concrete buildings.
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This report outlines a comprehensive, long-range Nonlinear Analysis Research and Development Program.
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The report documents a study to evaluate whether using reinforcement with yield strength greater than 60 ksi in structural members that resist earthquake forces is appropriate in the United States
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This report presents documentation of reinforced concrete wall failure modes and observed damage following the 2010 Maule, Chile earthquake and recommendations from studies evaluating critical issues in the design of reinforced concrete walls.
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This report presents a comparison of seismic design criteria and practices embodied in U.S. and Chilean building codes in the period immediately preceding the 2010 Maule earthquake.
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This report provides the proceedings of a workshop conducted in 2013 with stakeholders on the topic of the FEMA P-58 Seismic Performance Assessment of Buildings methodology and its implementation.
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This report provides a methodology to evaluate the seismic safety of a large inventory of buildings quickly and inexpensively, with minimum access to the buildings, and determine those buildings that require a more detailed examination.
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