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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Mixed-Variable Control for Shear Tests on Massive Reinforced-Concrete WallsMOLINA RUIZ Francisco Javier; PEGON Pierre; CAPERAN Philippe; PETIT Patrick; VIACCOZ BernardContributions to Conferences
2011Monitoring Damping in Pseudo-Dynamic TestsMOLINA RUIZ Francisco Javier; MAGONETTE Georges; PEGON Pierre; ZAPICO BLANCO BeatrizArticles in Journals
1998Non-Linear Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Beams: from 3D Continuum to 1D Member Modelling.PEGON PierreArticles in Journals
2010Non-linear shear model for R/C piersGUEDES Joao-Miranda; PINTO VIEIRA Artur; PEGON PierreEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Novel Generalized-a Methods for Interfield Parallel Integration of Heterogeneous Structural Dynamic SystemsBURSI Oreste S.; HE Leqia; BONELLI Alessio; PEGON PierreArticles in Journals
1997Numerical Strategies for Solving Continuum Damage Problems with Softening: Application to the Homogenization of Masonry.PEGON PierreArticles in Journals
2013Procedure for load cell calibration at ELSA Reaction WallMOLINA RUIZ Francisco Javier; PEGON Pierre; PERONI MARCO; VIACCOZ Bernard; PETIT PatrickEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004Pseudo-Dynamic Testing of Bridges Using Non-Linear Substructuring.PINTO A. v.; PEGON Pierre; MAGONETTE Georges; TSIONIS GeorgiosArticles in Journals
2000Pseudo-Dynamic Testing with Substructuring at the ELSA Laboratory.PEGON Pierre; PINTO A.v.Articles in Journals
2010Pseudo-Dynamic Testing. Evolution of the Method and the Testing FacilitiesMOLINA RUIZ Francisco Javier; MAGONETTE Georges; PEGON Pierre; NEGRO Paolo; PINTO VIEIRA ArturContributions to Conferences
1997Pseudodynamic Capabilities of the ELSA Laboratory for Earthquake Testing of Large StructuresNEGRO Paolo; PEGON Pierre; VERZELETTI GuidoArticles in Journals
2002Pseudodynamic Tests on a Large-Scale Model of an Existing RC Bridge Using Non-Linear Substructuring and Asynchronous Motion.PINTO A. v.; PEGON Pierre; MAGONETTE Georges; MOLINA J.; BUCHET Philippe; TSIONIS GeorgiosEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Reliability Assessment in Pseudo-Dynamic and Dynamic TestsMOLINA RUIZ Francisco Javier; MAGONETTE Georges; PEGON PierreContributions to Conferences
2009Reliability of dynamic and hybrid tests in the presence of control errorsMOLINA RUIZ Francisco Javier; PEGON Pierre; MAGONETTE GeorgesContributions to Conferences
2012Seismic analysis and retrofitting of an existing R.C. highway bridge: investigation through pseudo-dynamicPAOLACCI Fabrizio; GIANNINI Renato; ALESSANDRI Stefano; DI SARNO Luigi; DELLA CORTE G; DE RISI R; ERDIK Mustafa; YENIDOGAN Cem; MARIONI Agostino; SARTORI Mauro, et alContributions to Conferences
2010Severe loading tests on large-size structures at ELSA laboratoryMOLINA RUIZ Francisco Javier; MAGONETTE Georges; PEGON Pierre; NEGRO PaoloContributions to Conferences
2006Shaking Table Facilities and Testing for Advancement of Earthquake Engineering: International Cooperation, Experiences, Values, ChancesPINTO VIEIRA ARTUR; PEGON PIERRE; TAUCER FABIOContributions to Conferences
2005Structural Testing Activities at the ELSA Laboratory of the European CommissionMOLINA RUIZ FRANCISCO JAVIER; MAGONETTE GEORGES; PEGON PIERRE; NEGRO PAOLOContributions to Conferences
1998Two Stress Update Algorithms for Large Strains. Accuracy Analysis and Numerical Implementation.RODRIGUEZ FERRAN Antonio; PEGON Pierre; HUERTA AntonioArticles in Journals
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