Session 1: Seismic performance of architectural elements

The following paper were presented during the Fourht International SPONSE Workshop:

Numerical dynamic analyses of suspended ceilings with an innovative bracing system

Innovative experimental methodology to evaluate the seismic performance of suspended ceilings

Shaking-Table Evaluation of Seismic Performance of Suspended Steel-Panel Ceiling

Study on In-Plane Shear Stiffness in US-style Suspended Ceiling

Structural Behavior of Screw Connections between Cold-Formed Steel Studs and Gypsum Boards

 Generating Analytical Fragility Curves for Gypsum Partition Walls with Different Aspect Ratios

Shake Table Test for Seismic Performance Evaluation of Cladding System Installed at The Bolted Connection Type Steel Truss

SINIAT-DIST project: innovative plasterboard partitions for seismic prone zones

Infills with sliding joints to limit the post-earthquake damage: role and design of openings

Economic and technical advantages of an innovative infill solution in the seismic response of RC buildings

Seismic behaviour of lightweight steel drywall partitions: Preliminarily fragility analysis based on available data

A dynamic test based procedure for estimating the stiffening contribution of infill masonry walls on the dynamic behaviour of frame buildings

Seismic Behaviour of Lightly Reinforced Concrete Slit Walls as Infills in Reinforced Concrete Frames

In-plane Shear Force-Displacement Modelling of Steel Trapezoidal Sheeting

Experimental investigation on the seismic performance of LWS drywall architectural non-structural elements

Seismic behaviour of a bracing system for LWS suspended ceilings: Preliminary experimental evaluation through cyclic tests

Influence of Architectural Non-Structural Components on Response of a CFS Building under Seismic Dynamic Loading Conditions

Shake Table Tests of Multiple Non-Structural Elements in a Low – Damage Structural Steel Building

Seismic Performance of Suspended Ceilings Attached to Large-Span Spatial Structures