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  • 1. franco.bontempi@uniroma1.itStro NGERwww.stronger2012.com

2. December 2013 3. Stro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 4. Stro NGERwww.stronger2012.comAcademic research Industry research - R&DUniversity courses Professional coursesBig group Small group 5. SSttrrooNNGGEERRStructures of the Next Generation Energy harvesting and ResilienceC. Crosti, S. Arangio, F. Petrini, K. Gkoumas, F. BontempiStro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 6. StroNGER who we areFranco Bontempi, PhDFrancesco Petrini, PhDStroNGER srl, Vice DirectorStroNGER srl, Scientific AdvisorProf. of Structural Analysis and DesignSapienza University of RomeChiara Crosti, PhDStroNGER srl, CEOExpertise:-Fire Safety Engineering-Forensic EngineeringExpertise:-Structural Safety-Structural IdentificationExpertise:-Wind-Structure interaction-Performance Based DesignStefania Arangio, PhDStroNGER srl, DirectorKonstantinos Gkoumas, PhDStroNGER srl, PartnerExpertise:-Structural robustness-Energy Harvesting 7. StroNGER Vision. to provide, through innovation,advanced products and services for asustainable and safe world. 8. StroNGER - what wedo 9. Prof. P. G. MalerbaProf. F. BiondiniProf. L. SgambiProf. S. ManentiAcademic collaboration in ITALYProf. A. De StefanoProf. G. P. Cimellaro 10. Prof. J. ToreroProf. A. PalmeriProf. J.R. CasasAcademic collaboration in EUROPEProf. M.A.N. HendriksProf. L. GiulianiProf. U. StarossekProf. C. Gantes 11. Prof. M. GhosnProf. E. SimiuDr. D. DuthinhProf. L. A. BergmanProf. J. L. Beck Prof. M. BarbatoProf. J.C. NaitoProf. P. BocchiniProf. D. JaureguiAcademic collaboration in the USA 12. Academic collaboration in CHINAProf. Hui LIProf. Y.Q. Ni 13. Active contacts with most important companies in the sector 14. Services1. Design, rehabilitation and optimization of structures and infrastructures2. Design against fire and explosion3. Forensic engineering4. Teaching activities5. Research and development 15. Services1. Design, rehabilitation and optimization of structures and infrastructuresConsulting activity for: The design and analysis of complex and strategic structures in steel,reinforced concrete, masonry, precast elements or with innovative materials; Development of numerical finite element models of different scale andcomplexity; Pedestrian, highway and railway bridges; Tunnels and foundation works; Assessment of the safety and reliability of existing structures and design of therehabilitation interventions; Design and optimization of special structural components; Offshore and onshore wind turbines; Performance-based Wind Design and Performance-based Earthquake design; Structural Health Monitoring also with the integration of remote sensing data. 16. Stro NGERwww.stronger2012.comPRINCIPAL projects 17. Review of the final design Str of the Messina Bridgeo NGERwww.stronger2012.com 18. Concessionaria per la progettazione, realizzazione e gestione del collegamento stabile tra la Sicilia e il ContinenteOrganismo di Diritto Pubblico(Legge n 1158 del 17 dicembre 1971, modificata dal D.Lgs n 114 del 24 aprile 2003)PONTE SULLO STRETTO DI MESSINADocumento principale: INGEGNERIA PROGETTAZIONEDEFINITIVA ED ESECUTIVATitolo documento: Fondamenti Progettuali e Prestazioni Atteseper lOpera dAttraversamentoCodice documento: GCG.F.04.01Data Emissione: 14 Gennaio 2005BASIS OF THE DESIGN&EXPECTED PERMORMANCESStro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 19. Sap 2000www.francobontempi.orgNumerical analyses 20. Stro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 21. Structural design of an OWT farmin Manfredonia Gulf (Adriatic Sea)Stro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 22. Analysis and Design ofOffshore Wind Turbines (OWT)GLOBALSTRUCTURALMODELINGDESIGN ENVIRONMENTMODELINGStro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 23. Structural analysis of structures andinfrastractures for the operation of an aqueducty(a) (b)(c) (d)MassadacquaMollex alla WinklerzStro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 24. Damage assessment with the support ofremote sensing techniquesStro NGERwww.stronger2012.comSTATO STATO 1Dati DinSAR da:Arangio, S., Cal, F., Di Mauro, M., Bonano, M., Marsella, M. & Manunta, M. (2013): An application of the SBAS-DInSARtechnique for the assessment of structural damage in the city of Rome, Structure and Infrastructure Engineering, DOI:10.1080/15732479.2013.833949 25. Vulnerability Str assessment of existing buildingso NGERwww.stronger2012.com 26. Structural analysis for the use of innovative materials inthe restoration of a slab supporting a Roman mosaicStro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 27. Structural analysis of steel tunnel ribs Stro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 28. Numerical simulation for an innovativeconnection for rib supports of tunnelsStro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 29. Str Testing of the connectiono NGERwww.stronger2012.com 30. Numerical analysis for the evaluation of theperformance of a connection between precastelements in case of earthquakeStro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 31. Numerical analysis for the evaluation of theperformance of a connection between precastelements in case of earthquakeStro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 32. Modeling and optimization of connectionsbetween precast elementsStro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 33. Modeling and optimization of connectionsbetween precast elementsSTRAUSSTRAUS7ABAQUS ANSYSStro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 34. 2. Design against fire and explosionServices- Advanced numerical analysis for design against fire, blast and explosions;- Vulnerability assessment of existing structures;- Modeling of actions and loads by means of advanced software 35. Str CFD analyseso NGERwww.stronger2012.com 36. Str FEM analyseso NGERwww.stronger2012.com 37. GAS explosion simulationsPressureEnvelope[barg]uunnyyiieellddiinngg wwaallllyyiieellddiinngg wwaallllrreessttaauurraannttkkiittcchheenn010103bbaarrrreessttaauurraanntt 010103bbaarr0101020.400.350.300.250.200.150.100.050.00-0.050.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8Presure [ barg ]time [ sec ]P14 010101P14 010102P14 010103Stro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 38. 3) Forensic EngineeringServices- Technical consulting;- Back analysis for the interpretation of structural failures and collapse of civil structures;- Advanced numerical modeling. 39. Collapse of the I-35W Bridge, Minneapolis,Minnesota, 2007Stro NGERwww.stronger2012.comCrosti, C. & Duthinh, D. (2014) A nonlinear model for gusset plate connections, EngineeringStructures, V. 62-63, pp.135-147. 40. Collapse of a musical stage, Reggio Calabria,2011Stro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 41. Back analysis of the collapse of a masonrybuilding, Barletta, 2011Stro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 42. Assessment of the damage in a building due tothe collapse of the adjacent building Subiaco,2012Stro NGERwww.stronger2012.com 43. 4. Education and training activityEducation and training courses for Professional Engineers in the field of Civil andEnvironmental Engineering:-Fire Safety Design;-Design against accidental actions;-Numerical modeling;-Steel structures;-Performance-Based wind Design & Performance-Bases Earthquake Design;-Codes and Standard;Services 44. Services5. Research and developmentStroNGER starts as an academic spin off and the Research andDevelopment has an important role. Stronger is active in collaborations asa SME partner in joint research proposals.A presentation that describes StroNGER and its expertise for programs asHorizon 2020 is downloadable athttp://www.slideshare.net/StroNGER2012The main topics are:Resilience assessment Multihazard approach. StroNGER is developingmethods and quantitative indices for the assesment of the resilience ofurban areas, also in case of multiple actions as fire after an earthquake.Sustainability and Energy Harvesting. StroNGER is working onmethodologies and tools for harvesting energy from the vibrations of civilstructures and infrastructures. 45. R.I.S.E. Framework for the assessment and enhancement of the resilienceAssessment andenhancement of theresilience of urban areasincluding strategicinfrastructures.Algorithm for assessment and enhancement of resilience1WP7Network ModelWP1Hazard Scenarios---- = commentA number of Multiple-Hazard scenarios andcorresponding Intensity Measures (Ims) will begenerated1PROTECTION PERFORMANCENetwork Level ROBUSTNESS & MITIGATIONWP2 WP3WP7NetworkLevelLocal Level- General rules for modeling large scaleinfrastructure as a network by consideringinterrelations between nodes and links.- Application to a case study (university campus)WP6Demonstration- Large scale fire testfor sensor calibration(WP5) and validationof models (WP1-2-3)- Small scale multiplehazard testsWP5Sensor technology- SHM and IAQ sensornetwork data- sensor steered modelfor robustnessassessmentB People safety% of rescued2A Structure performanceDamage/DisserviceActionRepair time evaluationBA MDPA (bottom-up)ordinaryelementB Mitigation measuresASSESSMENT OPTIMIZATION1 2ASESMENT and MITIGATION(Analysis for each node and link)Local resilience indicators Network resilience indicatorsCALIBRATION andVALIDATION11 22= ASSESSMENT follow path 1 (1st stage analysis)= ENHANCEMENT follow path 2 (2st stage analysis)12Scenario output before mitigationScenario output after mitigation2RecoveryE.g. Repair timeDamageLoad valuesIMAIM100 %12Status of nodes and links(no interaction)QualityIndicatorAB Interactions effects (quality drop)QualityIndicatorL0i TRiCombination of local indicatorsQuality (network level)IndicatorL0 TRResilience 1 /ACResistanceDamage1 2criticalelementLocal resilience indicators are evaluated foreach node and Link and for each scenarioNetwork resilience indicators are evaluated foreach scenarioRESILIENCE OF THE ORIGINALINFRASTRUCTURE IS EVALUATEDUpdated resilience indicators1IMPROVEMENT OF RESILIENCE22WP4Optimization analysis - network levelOptimization of L0 and TR byD probabilistic-based algorithmsDecisionmaking andallocationof resourcesamongstructural andnon structuralmitigationmeasures1---- = WP contentQualityL0 = initial lossesTR = recovery time221Stro NGERwww.stronger20