Participantes do XIV CINPAR em Florença
Nos vemos em Salta, Argentina para o CINPAR 2019!!!
Para o especialista em patologia e reabilitação das estruturas é fundamental o conhecimento: da tecnologia dos materiais utilizados (pedra, adobe, madeira, aço, betão ou outro); das características geométricas das estruturas; dos possíveis ensaios de caracterização física e mecânica dos materiais; do comportamento dos elementos estruturais e das soluções de reabilitação e reforço para cada construção. Nos últimos anos, a evolução do conhecimento nos domínios da patologia e reabilitação das construções, tem evidenciado um impulso significativo, por um lado pela crescente sensibilização dos diversos intervenientes no sector da construção, e por outro pelo surgimento de novos materiais e de técnicas construtivas. Estatísticas recentes mostram que o investimento no sector da reabilitação tem aumentado consideravelmente nos últimos anos. O CINPAR 2018 representa uma importante oportunidade para a aquisição de novos conhecimentos, técnicas e tecnologias, e para a troca de experiências em trabalhos de reabilitação e reforço de estruturas.
- Divulgar e discutir os métodos de inspeção de estruturas e caracterização dos materiais;
- Apresentar e discutir as patologias mais frequentes nas construções;
- Conhecer e analisar as principais causas das patologias, considerando que este aspeto é fundamental para que a reabilitação tenha êxito;
- Divulgar os materiais mais utilizados nos trabalhos de reabilitação e reforço de estruturas existentes;
- Apresentar e discutir soluções de reabilitação e reforço de estruturas;
- Promover a troca de experiências nos domínios do estudo das patologias e da reabilitação e reforço de estruturas entre os profissionais que atuam nesta área.
Comité Internacional de Organização
- President: Francisco Carvalho (UVA, BRAZIL)
- Vice-President: Humberto Varum (FEUP, PORTUGAL)
- General Secretary: Esequiel Mesquita (NUTEC/FAS, BRAZIL)
- Vice General Secretary: Gibson Meira (IFPB, BRAZIL)
- Director of Institutional Relations: Maria Soledad (PUC, CHILE)
- Vice Director of Institutional Relation: Angel Oshiro (UTN, ARGENTINA)
- Director of Research and Development: Maria Positiere (UTN, ARGENTINA)
- Vice Director Research and Development: Eduardo Ballan (UCJC, SPAIN)
- Technical Director: Alexandre Bertini (UFC, BRAZIL)
Comité Local de Organização
- Gianni Bartoli (UNIFI, ITALY), President
- Michele Betti (UNIFI, ITALY), President
- Barbara Pintucchi (UNIFI, ITALY), Vice-President
- Mario Fagone (UNIFI, ITALY), Secretary
- Chiara Bernardini (UNIFI, ITALY)
- Andrea Borghini (UNIFI, ITALY)
- Sonia Boschi (UNIFI, ITALY)
- Alberto Ciavattone (UNIFI, ITALY)
- Luca Facchini (UNIFI, ITALY)
- Antonino Maria Marra (UNIFI, ITALY)
- Silvia Monchetti (UNIFI, ITALY)
- Maurizio Orlando (UNIFI, ITALY)
- Luca Pigolotti (UNIFI, ITALY)
- Gloria Terenzi (UNIFI, ITALY)
- Giacomo Zini (UNIFI, ITALY)
- MESQUITA, Esequiel (NUTEC/FAS, BRAZIL), President
- ADAM, Jose (ICITECH, SPAIN)
- ASCIONE, Luigi (Salerno), Italy
- BABADOPULOS, Lucas (FAS, BRAZIL)
- BALLAN, Eduardo (UCJC, SPAIN)
- BANCO, Luiz (Fumec-BR)
- BARAHONA, Pablo (PUC, CHILE)
- BAUER, Elton (UnB, BRAZIL)
- BERTINI, Alexandre (UFC, BRAZIL)
- BORRI, Antonio (Perugia, Italy)
- BUSON, Marcio (UnB, BRAZIL)
- CABRAL, Eduardo (UFC, BRAZIL)
- CARDOSO, Héctor (UNSa, Argentina)
- CARVALHO, Francisco (UVA, BRAZIL)
- CLEMENTI, Francesco (Parma), Italy
- CORREIA, José (INEGI, PORTUGAL)
- DAHER, César (IDD, BRAZIL)
- DELGADO, João (FEUP, PORTUGAL)
- DESTEFANI, André (IFF, BRAZIL)
- GEIMBA, Maryangela (ITA, BRAZIL)
- GIRARDI, Maria (CNR – ISTI, Pisa), Italy
- GIURIANI, Ezio (Brescia), Italy
- IVORRA, Salvador (EPS, SPAIN)
- JURINA, Lorenzo (Pol. Milan), Italy
- LAGOMARSINO, Sergio (Genoa), Italy
- LATERZA, Michelangelo (Basilicata), Italy
- LORENZINI, Soledad (PUC, CHILE)
- LUCA , César De (IDD, BRAZIL)
- LUCCHESI, Massimiliano (UNIFI, ITALY)
- MARINHO, Jefferson (URCA/iTec, BRAZIL)
- MARTINI, Rachel (CEFETE, BRAZIL)
- MEDEIROS, Marcelo (UFPR, BRAZIL)
- MEDEIROS JUNIOR, Ronaldo (UFPR, BRAZIL)
- MEIRA, Gibson (IFPB, BRAZIL)
- MILANI, Gabriele (Pol. Milan), Italy
- MONTI, Giorgio (Rome), Italy
- MOREIRA, Kelvya (UVA, BRAZIL)
- OLIVEIRA, Fabiana (USP, BRA)
- OSHIRO, Angel (UTN, ARGENTINA)
- PALLARES, Francisco (ICITECH, SPAIN)
- PAZINI, Enio (UFG, BRAZIL)
- PORTO, Francesca Da (Padua), Italy
- POSSAN, Edna (UNILA, BRAZIL)
- POSITIERI, Maria (UTN, ARGENTINA)
- RAGGIOTTI, Belén (UTN - ARG)
- RIVA, Paolo (Bergamo), Italy
- ROHDEN, Abrahão (FURB, BRAZIL)
- RUBIO, Luis (ICITECH, SPAIN)
- SASTRE, Maria (UNSa, Argentina)
- SILVA, Thiago (IFTO, BRAZIL)
- SILVESTRI, Stefano (Bologna), Italy
- SOTA, Jorge (LEMIT, ARGENTINA)
- SPACONE, Enrico (Chieti‐Pescara), Italy
- SPINELLI, Paolo (UNIFI, ITALY)
- STEPÁNEK, Petr (VUTBR, CZECH REPUBLIC)
- TAVARES, Leonardo (FAS, BRAZIL)
- TRAVERSA, Luis (LEMIT, ARGENTINA)
- TUTIKAN, Bernardo (UNISINOS, BRAZIL)
- VARUM, Humberto (FEUP, PORTUGAL)
- VIGNOLI, Andrea (UNIFI, ITALY)
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Palestrantes Cinpar 2018
Prof. Grazia Tucci (University of Florence)
GEOMATICS FOR STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT AND SURFACE DIAGNOSTIC OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
She is Associated Professor of Topography and Cartography at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the University of Florence. From 2008 she is the Director of the GeCo (Geomatics for the Environment and the Conservation of cultural heritage) Laboratory, which hosts research associates, research fellows, PhD students, visiting researchers, as well as Italian and foreign interns and trainees. The specific aim of her field of action has always been the need to stress the importance of "measurement" and its "quality", both to describe the general conditions and to examine the risk factors to which our Cultural Heritage is exposed. She also is the Scientific Manager for the joined Laboratory SCHEMA (Survey, Cultural Heritage, Engineering, Monitoring and Analysis) for the knowledge of the Environment and the management of the risk. She is Scientific Manager of national and international research projects and she coordinates survey campaigns in Italy and abroad. She is author of more than 170 scientific papers.
The capacity to rapidly acquire large quantities of spatial data, to geo-reference any kind of information on them, to obtain detailed models that allow more and more accurate analyses and simulations, place Geoinformatics at the centre of attention in many research areas. Among these, the use of these techniques for the study of existing structures is particularly interesting. Assessing the current stability of a building, identifying its degradation conditions, monitoring the evolution over time of a failure, preventing the potential causes of damage, simulating or reconstructing the behaviour of a building under seismic actions, are just some of the ways in which the geometric properties of a structure, acquired with the most up-to- date automated surveying systems, are used to help validate structural integrity analyses.
Prof. Alessandra Marini (University of Bergamo)
LIFE CYCLE PERSPECTIVE IN THE RENOVATION OF EXISTING RC BUILDINGS
Alessandra Marini, Ph.D, is Associate Professor of Structural Engineering at the University of Bergamo. Since 2012, she is co-founder of Di.Mo.Re, a research spin-off that translates academic research into high-impact social projects, promoting scientific innovation in the construction industry. Together with her research team, she studies the structural response and the seismic risk mitigation of existing masonry buildings, including historical and monumental constructions. Past research focused on floor and roof diaphragms; rocking response of masonry walls, seismic behavior of vaulted structures; analysis of the phenomena determining the compressive strength of random rubble stone and brick masonry walls. Current research is mainly focused on the retrofit of post-war RC buildings, particularly considering: the definition of a next generation design framework based on the Life Cycle Thinking approach for the holistic renovation of existing buildings targeting eco-efficiency, safety and resilience; the evaluation of the building residual life to discern between the feasibility of the retrofit and the need for demolition and reconstruction; innovative retrofit solutions (such as diagrid and shell solutions) based on the adoption of micro-prefabricated and standardized components enabling demountability and recycling at the construction end of life.
Enormous resources are invested in Europe for the transition into a sustainable, low carbon, and resilient society. In the construction sector, these concepts are slowly being applied to the renovation of the existing building stock by enforcing their deep and holistic renovation targeting sustainability, safety and resilience. Effectiveness of such an approach to the renovation with respect to traditional retrofit actions emerges when broadening the time frame of the analyses, skipping from the construction time to a life cycle perspective. In this case, the potential of the holistic approach emerges as it enables reducing costs, impacts on the inhabitants and impacts on the environment over the building life cycle. Within such a new perspective, new technology options are needed, to innovatively combine structural retrofit, architectural restyling and energy efficiency measures. Furthermore, a new design approach conjugating the principles of sustainability, safety and resilience over the building life cycle is required. In such a transition, synergistic and cooperative work of researchers, design professionals, and all the stakeholders in the construction sector is required. In this keynote, the basic features of an expanded Life Cycle Thinking approach will be presented, which not only encourage the use of recyclable/reusable materials, but also encourage interventions carried out from the outside the buildings to reduce building downtime and avoid inhabitant relocation. More, such an expanded LCT also fosters the adoption of reparable, easy maintainable, adaptable and fully demountable solutions, such as those featuring dry, demountable and pre-fabricated components. Finally, it addresses the End of Life scenario from the initial design stages to guarantee selective dismantling and reuse or recycle to reduce construction waste. The keynote will also include a discussion on the main challenges and research needs in the transition towards this new approach to the renovation of existing building stock.
Prof. Siro Casolo (Politecnico di Milano)
A SPECIFIC OUT-OF PLANE MODEL FOR THE NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF MASONRY FAÇADES AND ESTIMATION OF CUMULATED SEISMIC DAMAGE
Siro Casolo, is professor of Structural Mechanics at the Politecnico di Milano. He obtained the Doctorate of Earthquake Engineering (Politecnico di Milano) and the Degree of Civil Engineering (Università di Udine). The research activity is mainly carried out in the field of computational mechanics of solids [A], and in the dynamics and seismic analysis of masonry structures [B]. [A] - The first field includes the theoretical formulation and numerical implementation of specific mechanical models for the analysis of complex, micro-structured, non-linear and damaged materials. The fundamentally discrete approaches are investigated, and in particular the modeling of the solid with rigid body-spring model (RBSM) techniques, and with Bond Based Peridynamics, have been implemented in a number of original computer codes. [B] - The structural modelling oriented to the analysis of the dynamic response of structures subjected to earthquakes falls in the second field, with particular attention to the case of buildings of a more complex nature, both as regards materials and geometry, as is often the case of historical and monumental buildings. The damage due to repeated strong ground motions, as happened in the case of the seismic events that recently occurred in Italy, has been studied in depth with regard to the case of the façades of masonry churches
The seismic damage suffered by masonry buildings, especially historical monuments such as churches, depends on a multiplicity of factors that determine their structural vulnerability and, of course, on the seismic hazard. Engineering approaches need a manageable and effective modeling of these aspects, but it is hard to admit that Hazard and Vulnerability can be easily synthesized by scalar measures. An advanced and rationale approach for assessing the actual damageability of masonry buildings needs to manage the mechanical complexity of the masonry, whose seismic performance depends on many different factors: the overall structural geometry; the internal arrangement at the meso-scale, i.e. the masonry texture, that often consists of multiple layers; the quality of the stone materials and mortar used. It must also cope with the manifold dynamic features that determine the severity of an earthquake, including: amplitude of ground acceleration; frequency content; duration of the most intense part of the excitation. Furthermore, it should be considered the possible occurrence of destructive seismic shakes in a close sequence, which is instead a situation rarely taken into account. The numerical study of all these aspects requires to carry out extensive structural analyses in the nonlinear dynamic field, by means of a specific model. Restricting the attention to the seismic out-of-plan response of masonry churches’ façades, the contribution presents the theoretical background and the choices adopted in the formulation of a computational model aimed at describing in a heuristic way the mechanical response and damage of masonry. The model manages the hysteretic mechanical response by accounting at the meso-scale for the internal texture and for the different degree of orthotropy, which have a fundamental role in the structural response at the macroscale. It will be discussed why it is essential to carry out dynamic analyses to understand the different damage mechanisms that can be activated, and in particular the effects that can be related to the contribution of higher vibration modes. Finally, the availability of a computational model with excellent performance in terms of computational performance is exploited to perform a systematic study of the cumulative effects of damage in the case of a sequence of destructive seismic events.
Prof. Pablo Maturana (PUC Chile)
STRUCTURES DAMAGED BY EARTHQUAKE: EXPERIENCE IN CHILE, DAMAGE CADASTRE AND REPAIR
Pablo Maturana, actually Full Professor and Director of the Civil Construction School at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, has developed his career in the areas of reinforced concrete structures and quality management. During 19 years Professor Maturana was the Vice Director of the Civil Construction School and for 13 years the Director of DECON UC, part of the School that connects the construction industry and academia. Professor Maturana has been member of different professional committees that are part of Cámara Chilena de la Construcción and Instituto de la Construcción. Professor Maturana also works as a consultant in Construction Industry. Professor Maturana received his Doctorate degree in Engineering in 1987 (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, España). His research is focused on project management and construction technologies. He holds 11 patents (national and international) in areas such as solar energy, storage and transformation of energy, among others.
The lecture reports the Chilean experience developed in the last decade, after surveying the damage to structures due to large-scale earthquakes and how damaged structures have been repaired based on their assessment.
Prof. Esequiel Mesquita (NUTEC/FAS)
LEARNINGS FROM PORTUGUESE-BRAZILIAN HERITAGE CONSTRUCTIONS
Esequiel Mesquita is current the Head of Laboratory of Civil Engineering of Nuclei of Industrial Technology of Ceará and Professor at Department of Civil Engineering of Faculty Ari de Sá. He holds a PhD in Civil Engineering from the University of Porto (2017). Previously, he concluded a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering by University State Vale of Acaraú. In 2011 and 2012 he was Coordinator of Laboratory of Building Materials at University State Vale of Acaraú, working in the fields of durability of structures and materials characterization. Since 2015 he is a Expert member of the National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites - ICOMOS BRAZIL, since 2014 is member of the W098 CIB Committee - Intelligent and responsive buildings, since 2015 is a Expert member of ALCONPAT BRAZIL, and since 2014 is a Researcher member of the Institute of Telecommunication, Aveiro, Portugal. In 2016, he was awarded with Best Young Research Paper during XII International Conference on Structural Repair and Rehabilitation, in Porto. In 2016 and 2017 he was finalist of the Rodrigo Franco Melo de Andrade Award, the main Brazilian prize in the heritage area.
Since 2014 he is working with characterization and monitoring of heritage constructions, with support of Instituto do Patrimonio Histórico e Artistico Nacional – IPHAN (BRAZIL). He had analyzed several historic structures in Portugal and Brazil. His research experience combines large-scale testing and non-destructive characterization, structural health monitoring and optical sensors development. His main research interests include assessment, maintenance and repair of historic structures, structural health monitoring, structural testing and modelling.
He has supervised Bachelor and Master studies in the field of heritage constructions characterization, and currently is supervising PhD studies in the same field. He has authored or co-authored over 60 publications in international peer reviewed scientific journals, patents and conference proceedings, in the fields of building pathologies, durability of structures, structural health monitoring and heritage constructions characterization.
Prof. Petr Stepanek (BRNO University of Technology)
STRENGTHENING AND REINFORCING OF MANSONRY AND CONCRETE STRUCTURES WITH FRP REINFORCEMENT - RESEARCH RESULTS AND PRACTISE
He is a Head of the Department of Concrete Structures at BUT Brno, rector of Brno University of Technology (BUT). He co-ordinated 25 research projects and published more than 250 publications and more than 150 projects (design of (mostly) concrete realized structures). Specialisation:structural engineering, non-linear behaviour of structures, composite structures, optimization of structures design, development of new materials and systems for building industry, programming systems for engineering tasks solution, mathematical modelling of constructions and structures, subsoil models, repair, strengthening and reconstruction of constructions, design of concrete and masonry structures, identification of deterministic and stochastic systems.
At the presentation some new research results for FRP reinforcement will be presented. Influence of alkalinity, temperature, humidity and cyclic loading on long term behaviour, especially on strength, Young modulus of FRP rebars and bond between FRP bars and concrete, will be described. Some examples of realized structures will be stated too.
Prof. Humberto Varum (FEUP)
STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR AND SEISMIC RETROFITTING OF EXISTING ADOBE CONSTRUCTIONS
Humberto Varum is currently full professor at the Civil Engineering Department of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, Portugal. Since October 2010, he is Honorary Lecturer at the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, University College of London (UCL), London, United Kingdom. Since July 2016, he is Visiting Professor at the College of Civil Engineering, Fuzhou University, Fujian, China. He has been Seconded National Expert to the European Commission in the period July 2009 to August 2010, at the ELSA laboratory, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Italy. Since May 2015, he his member of the directorate body of the Construction Institute of the University of Porto. He is Member of the National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), since 2009, and Expert Member of the ICOMOS’s International Scientific Committee of Earthen Architectural Heritage (ISCEAH). He has participated to post-earthquake field reconnaissance missions, in particular to L’Aquila (Italy, 2009), Lorca (Spain, 2011), Emilia-Romagna (Italy, 2012), Gorkha (Nepal, 2015) and Puebla (Mexico, 2017). His research experience combines large-scale earthquake testing and non-linear analytical modelling of structural systems. His main research interests include assessment, strengthening and repair of structures, structural health monitoring, structural testing and modelling, earthquake engineering, earth construction rehabilitation and seismic strengthening.
Earthen construction has been widely used throughout the world from ancient times to the present day. Currently, a significant percentage of the world population still lives in earthen houses. There is also a vast and rich earthen built heritage that must be preserved - in fact, there are many properties partially or entirely built with earth inscribed in the World Heritage List, some of which are included in the List of World Heritage in Danger. In Portugal, earthen construction was also very used until the mid-20th century. Adobe construction, particularly, was very common in Aveiro region, and, at present, there are still many adobe buildings in use, some of which with great cultural value. Earthen construction, however, if not properly designed and strengthened, may perform poorly when subjected to seismic loads, as has been repeatedly observed in recent earthquakes. For this reason, research focused on the study of the structural behaviour of these constructions and on the development of effective repair and strengthening solutions is fundamental. In the last decade, work to contribute to this knowledge, with special focus on Portuguese adobe constructions, has been carried out. This research has focused particularly on:
- Survey and characterization of the adobe built stock in Aveiro district;
- Mechanical characterization of adobe units and adobe masonry;
- Characterization of the structural and seismic behaviour of adobe constructions;
- Development of repair and seismic retrofitting solutions for these constructions.
Enio Pazini (UFG/ALCONPAT Brasil/IBRACON)
PARADIGM CHANGES IN DIAGNOSIS AND REHABILITATION OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES
Enio Pazini Figueiredo is civil engineer graduated in 1985, and Full Professor of the Civil and Environmental Engineering School of Federal University of Goiás, Brazil. He teaches Construction Materials, Concrete Durability, Corrosion of Steel in Concrete and Concrete Structures Rehabilitation. He did specialization in Pathology of Constructions in 1988 in the Eduardo Torroja Institute (Spain). He received his Master Science degree (MSc) in 1989 of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, and his DSc degree in 1994 from Sandwich Program/CNPq between São Paulo University (Brazil), Eduardo Torroja Institute (IccET/Spain) and Aston University (UK). In 1998 made improvement course on Advanced Technologies for the Construction sponsored by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). In 2009 he was visiting professor in Post-Doc Program at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). He is co-editor and co-author of the three Special Publications of the American Concrete Institute on High Performance Concrete (ACI SP-207, ACI SP-229 and ACI SP-253). He is co-author of the other three books on Concrete Structures Repair and Maintenance published in México, Colombia, Brazil and Spain. He is co-author of two books on Materials Construction and Concrete published by the Brazilian Institute of Concrete. He was delegate in RILEM, representing Brazil, during the years 1996 to 2000. He was President of the Brazilian Association of Pathology Construction (ALCONPAT Brasil, 2016 – 2018). Currently, he is Vice-President of Latin American Association of Quality Control, Pathology and Rehabilitation of the Building. (Alconpat International, 2017 – 2019). He is/was a professor in several courses of the master and DSc degree in Brazil, Spain and around of the Latin American countries. He has published more than 100 papers in International Congresses and Journals including Corrosion Journal of the NACE/USA, Cement Concrete Research, Materials and Structures of the RILEM, Concrete Plant International, Concreto & Construções/IBRACON/Brazil, Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, Revista de La Construcción/Chile, Key Engeneering Materials, Construction & Building Materials, Materiales de Construcción of the IccET/CSIC/Spain, Hormigón of the AATH/Argentina, American Society Civil Engineering/USA, Tèchne/Pini/Brazil, Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, IBRACON Structures and Materials Journal etc. He received awards and recognition due to his technical and scientific contribution within Brazil, Venezuela, México, Paraguay and Perú. His research interest includes repair materials and techniques, corrosion of steel in concrete, electrochemical techniques, durability of cement-based materials and mineral admixtures and sustainable concretes with Construction and Demolition Residue, Rice Husk-Ash and Marble and Granite Beneficiation of Residue (MGBR). He has been consultant of important works in Brazil and in Latin America. In 2013 received the title of Doctor Honoris Causa of the Scientific University of Peru (UCP).
Francesco Paolo Di Teodoro
THE DOME OF SANTA MARIA DEL FIORE: CONSTRUCTION, CRACK PATTERN AND THE UNREALIZED LATE-SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY PROJECT FOR ITS HOOPING.
Graduated in Architecture in Florence (supervisor Prof. Salvatore Di Pasquale) with honors, "Dignity of Press" and "Academic Hug", he has a PhD in "History and Critique of Architectural and Environmental Heritage". As Lecturer in "History of Art", he has taught in various high schools and at the "School of specialization in History of medieval and modern art" (University of Rome "La Sapienza"). In 1998, he became Associate Professor of History of Architecture, teaching at the University of Reggio Calabria and then at the Polytechnic University of Turin. In 2003, he won the competition as a Full Professor and he has been teaching History of Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Turin since 2008. He has taught as Professeur Invité at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (Université de Paris-Sorbonne). He has been a member of the Commission for the National Edition of Manuscripts and Drawings by Leonardo da Vinci since 2018; he is in the Scientific Commission of the Vitruvian Studies Center in Fano and of the magazine "Opus Incertum". He is on the steering committee of “Humanistica. An International Journal of Early Renaissance Studies” and “Albertiana”; Vice-Director of “Acts and Studies. Accademia Raffaello-Urbino” and Redactor and Special Editorial Consultant of “Achademia Leonardi Vinci”. He is on the Scientific Committee of the Leonardesque studies of the publisher Brill (Boston, Basel, Berlin), Curator of exhibitions and Organizer of International Conferences. He is Honorary Academician of the Accademia Clementina (Bologna) and of the Accademia Raffaello (Urbino). He is co-curator of the Leonardian exhibitions in Turin (March-June 2019) and Fano (June-October 2019). He is on the Scientific Committee of the Leonardian exhibition in Florence (October 2018-January2019). He is curator, with Peter Assman, of the exhibition on Raffaello in Mantua (October 2020-January 2021). He has been PI of two PRIN. He has held academic positions at the Second Faculty of Architecture in Turin and at the DAD Department. He has been Coordinator of the PhD in "Architectural and Landscape Heritage" (Polytechnic University of Turin). Following a national competition, he was at the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Centro Linceo Interdisciplinare "Beniamino Segre") from 2014 to 2017. He is the author of a manual of History of Art (Zanichelli-Bologna). He has published numerous essays and books on Donato Bramante, Bartolomeo Ammannati, Vitruvio, Piero della Francesca, Leonardo, Raphael, Brunelleschi, Leon Battista Alberti, Prosper Barbot, Giovan Battista Nelli. Author (with Vincenzo Farinella) of the voice "Santi, Raffaello" for the Biographical Dictionary of Italians (Treccani). He has been invited to give lectures in national and international conferences (Vienna, Paris, London, Stuttgart, Einsiedeln, Granada, Duke University ...). He has published the critical edition of the "Lettera a Leone X" by Raffaello and Baldassarre Castiglione (1994 and 2003, French edition 2005) and those of the drawings of "Libellus de quinque corporibus regularibus" by Piero della Francesca (1995) and " Bramanti Opinio super Domicilium seu Templum Magnum”. He is working on the critical edition of all the "Scritti di e per Raffaello" and the new critical edition of "Del Moto e Misura dell'Acqua" by Leonardo.
The lecture will start from the exact data concerning the announcement of the construction of the Dome of Florence’s Cathedral, and will examine the most authoritative proposals for its geometric layout following the construction phases, from its beginning to the Dome’s closure by the lantern’s construction. Special attention will be devoted to the cracks patterns, its dating and possible causes, and to the unrealized proposals of hooping, taking into account the seventeenth-century theories on the restoration of buildings (from Viviani to Nelli, from Carlo Fontana to Giovanni Poleni) and following the debate developed between the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Relationships with the twin history of the Vatican Dome will be established, and the effects of natural phenomena - earthquakes and lightning strikes – from 1426 to the end of the nineteenth century, will not be overlooked.
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After some considerations of the Scientific Committee, We are pleased to announce that the winners of CINPAR 2018 PRIZES. The Scientific Committee has considered the Reviewers comments and suggestions, as well the presentation during the conference.
Our annual prizes and awards recognizes achievements by individuals, teams and institutions in advancing the building pathology and constructions repair techniques.
Please found bellow the nonimates:
Viterbo O´Reilly Prize, to the Best article from a Young Researcher: “Wood preservation for preventing biodeterioration of cross-laminated timber (CLT) panels assembled in tropical locations” by Gabriela Lotufo Oliveira, Fabiana Lopes de Oliveira and Sérgio Brazolin
Odd Gjorv Prize, to the Best scientific article: “Monotonic and low -cycle fatigue properties of earthquake-damaged New Zealand steel reinforcing bars. The experience of the Christchurch 2010/2011 earthquakes” by Giuseppe Loporcaro, Alberto Cuevas, Stefano Pampanin and Milo Kral
Regino Gayoso Blanco Prize, to the Best technical article: “An overview of assessment and retrofit of corroded RC structures” by Antonio Bossio, Gian Piero Lignola and Andrea Prota.
The Winners will be honored at the CINPAR 2019 opening ceremony, in Salta, Argentina.
Congratulations to you and your team!
In the name of CINPAR 2018 Scientific Committee,
Prof. Esequiel Mesquita
CINPAR International Organizing Committee