Ilaria Venanzi
Ilaria Venanzi
Dept. of Civil and environmental Engineering, University of Perugia
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Optimal design of an array of active tuned mass dampers for wind‐exposed high‐rise buildings
I Venanzi, F Ubertini, AL Materazzi
Structural Control and Health Monitoring 20 (6), 903-917, 2013
442013
Robust optimal design of tuned mass dampers for tall buildings with uncertain parameters
I Venanzi
Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization 51 (1), 239-250, 2015
342015
Removable guyed mast for mobile phone networks: wind load modeling and structural response
M Gioffrè, V Gusella, AL Materazzi, I Venanzi
Journal of wind engineering and industrial aerodynamics 92 (6), 463-475, 2004
332004
Multi-objective optimization of wind-excited structures
I Venanzi, AL Materazzi
Engineering Structures 29 (6), 983-990, 2007
292007
Robust and reliable optimization of wind-excited cable-stayed masts
I Venanzi, AL Materazzi, L Ierimonti
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 147, 368-379, 2015
272015
Investigation on life-cycle damage cost of wind-excited tall buildings considering directionality effects
L Ierimonti, L Caracoglia, I Venanzi, AL Materazzi
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 171, 207-218, 2017
212017
The effect of soil–foundation–structure interaction on the wind-induced response of tall buildings
I Venanzi, D Salciarini, C Tamagnini
Engineering structures 79, 117-130, 2014
212014
Fire performance assessment of HPLWC hollow core slabs through full-scale furnace testing
I Venanzi, M Breccolotti, A D’Alessandro, AL Materazzi
Fire safety journal 69, 12-22, 2014
212014
Robust optimization of a hybrid control system for wind-exposed tall buildings with uncertain mass distribution
I Venanzi, AL Materazzi
Smart Structures and Systems 12 (6), 641-659, 2013
172013
Life-cycle damage-based cost analysis of tall buildings equipped with tuned mass dampers
L Ierimonti, I Venanzi, L Caracoglia
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 176, 54-64, 2018
152018
Identification of the nonlinear behaviour of a cracked RC beam through the statistical analysis of the dynamic response
M Breccolotti, AL Materazzi, I Venanzi
Structural Control and Health Monitoring: The Official Journal of the …, 2008
142008
Analysis of the torsional response of wind-excited high-rise building
I Venanzi
Universita degli Studi di Perugia, 2005
122005
Effects of control-structure interaction in active mass driver systems with electric torsional servomotor for seismic applications
I Venanzi, L Ierimonti, F Ubertini
Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering 15 (4), 1543-1557, 2017
112017
Considerations on the implementation and modeling of an active mass driver with electric torsional servomotor
F Ubertini, I Venanzi, G Comanducci
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 58, 53-69, 2015
112015
Acrosswind aeroelastic response of square tall buildings: a semi-analytical approach based of wind tunnel tests on rigid models
I Venanzi, AL Materazzi
Wind & Structures 15 (6), 495-508, 2012
112012
Natural frequencies of prestressed concrete beams: theoretical prediction and numerical validation
M Breccolotti, F Ubertini, I Venanzi
3rd International Operational Modal Analysis Conference: Curran Associates …, 2009
112009
A simplified approach for the wind response analysis of cable-stayed masts
AL Materazzi, I Venanzi
Journal of wind engineering and industrial aerodynamics 95 (9-11), 1272-1288, 2007
112007
Multi-hazard loss analysis of tall buildings under wind and seismic loads
I Venanzi, O Lavan, L Ierimonti, S Fabrizi
Structure and Infrastructure Engineering 14 (10), 1295-1311, 2018
102018
Experimental modal analysis for assessing prestress force in PC bridges: A sensitivity study
A Materazzi, M Breccolotti, F Ubertini, I Venanzi
3rd International Operational Modal Analysis Conference: Curran Associates …, 2009
102009
An enhanced nonlinear damping approach accounting for system constraints in active mass dampers
I Venanzi, L Ierimonti, F Ubertini
Journal of Sound and Vibration 357, 2-15, 2015
92015
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