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Was Haiti in 2010 the next Tangshan in 1976: Heritage Structures Reveal the Hidden Truth about Risk and Resilience during the Haiti Earthquake, Proceedings of the ICOMOS Scientific Symposium on 'Reducing Risks to Cultural Heritage from Natural and Human-Caused Disasters, 31 October, 2012.  2MB

Keynote Address Paper Ancient Construction Technologies that can Protect Modern Buildings From Collapse in Earthquakes, Proceedings of CICOP Pre-conference of the of the Biennale of the Architectural and Urban Spaces (BRAU), The 4th International Conference on Hazards and Modern Heritage, Sarajevo, Bosnia, June 13-16, 2011.  0.6MB


2008, by Randolph Langenbach, Learning from the Past to Protect the Future: Armature Crosswalls, Engineering Structures, Elsevier. Vol. 30, No. 8, August 2008, pp 2096-2100


2006, by Randolph Langenbach, Khalid Mosalam, Sinan Akarsu, Alberto Dusi, ARMATURE CROSSWALLS:
A Proposed Methodology to Improve the
Seismic Performance of Non-ductile Reinforced Concrete Infill Frame Structures
, 8th U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering (8NCEE), San Francisco 1906 anniversary, 2006.


2005, by Randolph Langenbach, ARMATURE CROSSWALLS,
How pre-modern construction practices may hold the key to avoiding the collapse of vulnerable urban housing blocks
, Joint US-India Symposium on Urban Housing and Infrastructure in New Delhi, October, 2005.


 2003, by Randolph Langenbach, CROSSWALLS" INSTEAD OF SHEARWALLS: A Proposed Research Project for the Retrofit of Vulnerable Reinforced Concrete Buildings in Earthquake Areas based on Traditional Hımış Construction, Proceedings of the Turkish Fifth National Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Istanbul, 26-30 May, 2003.  (1.6 MG)
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The movie of the 1 hour and 45 minute lecture given at the Institution of
Structural Engineers in London in 2012 has never been completed,  .....

 

..... however, when I received invitations to do two keynote addresses - one in DELHI, INDIA, and the other in KARACHI, PAKISTAN in December of that same year, I created a 35 minute excerpt from the London talk as a video to electronically transmit to both India and Pakistan. 

Except for the Title images, both videos here linked below are identical.

As the invitations to give keynote addresses in Delhi and Karachi were received too late for me to fly to either location, and also because the scheduled talks were only 4 days apart, I prepared this video here with two different title slides so they could be presented while I was online, but half way around the world away.


CLICK HERE for the one shown in DELHI at the Terramela Conference.  The talk was renamed Katcha is Pucca and Pucca is Katcha.


CLICK HERE to see the one shown in KARACHI at the 6th Institute of Engineers Pakistan Convention.  This talk was renamed  Traditional is Modern: Traditional Architecture in Seismic Areas.

This excerpt from the London plenary talk describes the traditional earthquake-resistant construction in India, Pakistan Turkey and Portugal.

These movies were transmitted in advance and shown first (and lucky for that as lectures live online would have failed, as difficulties with the Q & A on SKYPE proved very well. However the Question and Answer session for each lecture done live over SKYPE ultimately did work. 

This whole experience of doing lectures by remote was an interesting precursor to the experiences of teaching and lecturing during the Sheltering-In-Place during the Coronavirus Pandemic in 2020.

 

Randolph Langenbach, 2012

The original Institution of Structural Engineers lecture was 1 hour and 45 minutes in length, and the original Oxford University lecture was 1 hour in length.  The material in those lectures not in this excerpt covers the 2010 Haiti Earthquake, and also an extensive discussion of the evolution of modern RC moment frame construction.  A video of these parts of the talk may be done some time in the future, but these topics have been covered in my other lectures on this website.


BOTH of the two videos linked above are identical except for the Title Images which were done individually for each presentation.  The top video screen -hosted on WWW.YOUTUBE.COM - is of the version shown in NEW DELHI, INDIA and the bottom video screen - hosted on WWW.VIMEO.COM - is of the version shown in KARACHI, PAKISTAN,

By posting both here, I can give you the choice of watching it on YouTube, or Vimeo - which ever works best for you.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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