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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2001Base Isolation for Retrofitting Historic Buildings: Evaluation of Seismic Performance through Experimental Investigation.DE LUCA Antonello; MELE Elena; MOLINA Javier; VERZELETTI Guido; PINTO A. v.Articles in Journals
2001Cyclic Test on a Large-Scale Model of an Existing Tall Bridge Pier (Warth Bridge, Pier A40).PINTO A. v.; MOLINA Javier; TSIONIS GeorgiosEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2003Cyclic Tests on Large-Scale Models of Existing Bridge Piers with Rectangular Hollow Cross-Section.PINTO A. v.; MOLINA J.; TSIONIS GeorgiosArticles in Journals
2001Europa desatenta: a mitigacao dos risco sìsmico. Desafios e oportunidades.PINTO A. v.Articles in Journals
2003Preliminary Investigation of the Molise (Italy) Earthquakes of 31 October and 1 November 2002.PINTO A. v.; TSIONIS Georgios; MOLA Elena; TAUCER Fabio federicoArticles in Journals
2004Pseudo-Dynamic Testing of Bridges Using Non-Linear Substructuring.PINTO A. v.; PEGON Pierre; MAGONETTE Georges; TSIONIS GeorgiosArticles in Journals
2002Pseudo-Dynamic Tests on Non-Seismic Resisting RC Frames (Bare and Selective Retrofit)PINTO A. v.; VERZELETTI Guido; MOLINA Javier; VARUM Humberto; PINHO Rui; COELHO EmaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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
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