SHS Web Conf.
Volume 41, 2018International Conference on Architectural Education in Asia (eduARCHsia 2017)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Environmentally Appropriate Technology|
|Published online||10 January 2018|
Eartquake Vulnerability Level of Reconstructed Houses, Lesson Learned after Ten Years Java Eartquake 2006
Universitas Islam Indonesia, Indonesia
2 Nablus University, Palestine
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Ten years after devastating earthquake May 27 th, 2006, housing reconstruction in the affected area has been done and development is still undergoing. Since then, houses are constructed in various forms and quality. Unrestrained housing development contributes uncertain quality of the buildings in term of building safety. This study examines the level of earthquake vulnerability on the reconstruction houses in the area according to the structural firmness. The method used is by assessing the structural completeness, especially the upper part of building elements, synchronized by the five damages classification for grouping the building affected by the quake. This method is aimed to predict damage level for the future similar earthquake. The outcome of this study shows the level of earthquake vulnerability in the every sub-district. It does also compare the level of building safety differences
Key words: reconstruction development / earthquake vulnerability assessment / structural safety level / damaged prediction
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