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Geotechnical Engineering for the Preservation of Monuments and Historic Sites III
The mitigation of seismic risk for historic buildings faces the critical problem of needing interventions that sometimes can be extremely invasive, thus not respectful of the overall integrity of the valuable structure to protect. Because of this, interventions in the subsoil, possibly without even touching the structure, are appealing, making Geotechnical Seismic Isolation (GSI) of extreme interest for the preservation of the built heritage. The paper shows the results of a centrifuge testdoi:10.1201/9781003308867-29 fatcat:msyb47ijjzawpim3dlvu6aumwa