The developments of the analytical fragility methods in seismic risk assessment – A review
The fragility curves are an essential tool in the seismic assessment of structures and provides a versatile tool to conduct vulnerability analysis for retrofitting and strengthening purposes. The available advancements of computer computational power led to improving the efficiency of the analytical fragility curves. Therefore, paper focuses on reviewing the recent research developments in the analytical fragility analysis methods. Furthermore, the developments of the intensity and damage measures are presented. In addition, the joint hazards effects on structural fragility are addressed particularly for the environmental degradation and mainshock-aftershock sequence. Finally, recommendations are presented for improving the fragility analysis and highlighting the possible future research areas.
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