Wirtschaftlichkeit und Umsetzbarkeit von Gebäudeverstärkungsmaßnahmen zur Erdbebenertüchtigung

In book: Zweites Forum Katastrophenvorsorge "Extreme Naturereignisse - Folgen, Vorsorge, Werkzeuge", Publisher: DKKV, Bonn and Leipzig, Editors: G. Tetzlaff, T. Trautmann, K.S. Radtke, pp.128-135

ABSTRACT The reduction of seismic risk due to retrofit of existing buildings is part of catastrophe prevention. The planning of interventions on given buildings differs from new planning through an important condition: the existing building is basis for all planning and construction performances. Social aspects play an important role, too. In this work a strategic planning system for the reduction of seismic risk has been developed. This includes the implementation of the plan and refers therefore to economic, social and administrative guidelines. There are different actors implied in the realization of retrofit measures. The Benefit-Costs-Analysis will not be made with the usual utility value means, but as multicriteria decision. A framework for an environment of evaluation of the information and decision making as well as a methodology which supports the experts conceptually in the priority setting process will be developed. The different instruments, goals, scenaria which characterise intervention layers with certain depth, will be included and expressed as criteria for the appreciation of values.

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