Structural assessment is a very hot topic in earthquake-prone countries since the evaluation of building stock is necessary for existing aged or shady buildings, after a major earthquake, or after major seismic code changes. Many different techniques are proposed in this context, but there are very limited studies on applying assessment methods using internet-based technologies even though web-based approaches will have many advantages such as formation of a building condition database, integration with other cloud services (like GIS), implementing hardware capabilities (taking photos, voice recording, vibration measurements by accelerometers, geolocation by GPS. . . etc.), automated simple analysis and reporting, access and applicability to many users and large geographic areas, and mobilization of the process using mobile platforms (smartphones and tablets).
Mustafa Can Yücel
I have completed my Ph.D. in 2017 and I am working on software development for civil engineering applications. I love to combine these two domains to produce apps that enable handling engineering problems efficiently. I have worked in several projects on software development for various platforms (Windows, Android, and Web).
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Earthquake assessment, earthquake evaluation, Reinforced Concrete, earthquake
SCIENCE / General