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Hyogo-Ken Nanbu Earthquake, January 17, 1995

Hyogo-Ken Nanbu Earthquake, January 17, 1995

Great Hanshin Earthquake Disaster

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Published by Earthquake Engineering Research Institute .
Written in English

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    ContributionsMarjorie Greene (Editor), Craig D. Comartin (Editor), Susan K. Tubbesing (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11546525M
    ISBN 10094319847X
    ISBN 109780943198477

    The Janu Hyogo-ken Nanbu Earthquake was the most damaging earthquake in Japan since the Kanto earthquake. Its magnitude (M•) was and focal depth was about 15 km. Its epicenter was located at the northern end of Awaji Island, approximately 25 km southwest of . Global Positioning System Observation before and after the Hyogo-ken Nanbu Earthquake of Janu , Japan. Journal/Book_names=Journal of the Geodetic Society of Japan. Publish_Country=Japan. volume= number=3. pages= Publish_year=

    A large number of steel bridges were damaged by the Janu , Hyogo-ken Nanbu (Kobe, Japan) earthquake. The concentration of steel bridges in the area of severe shaking was considerably larger than for any previous earthquake this century.   Jan. 17, Hyogo-Ken Nanbu Earthquake. 地震の発生から津波の到達まで(提供:一般社団法人大船渡津波伝承館) - Duration: 岩手県公式動画.

      The Janu , Hyogoken–Nanbu earthquake struck Kobe, a highly developed and congested modern city in a country well-known for its leading activities in earthquake engineering. Still, in spite of Japan's high level of earthquake awareness, extensive damage was suffered by numerous bridges in the area of severe shaking. The Janu , Hyogoken–Nanbu earthquake struck Kobe, a highly developed and congested modern city in a country well-known for its leading activities in earthquake engineering. Still, in spite of Japan’s high level of earth-quake awareness, extensive damage was suffered by.


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Hyogo-Ken Nanbu Earthquake, January 17, 1995 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hyogoken-Nanbu (Kobe) Earthquake of Janu Lifeline Performance (Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering Monograph Num September ) by Anshel J. Schiff (Editor). - Riley Chung - Google Books The Janu Hyogoken-Nanbu earthquake of magnitude in JMA scale (Mw = ), which struck Kobe, Japan and its surrounding area was the most severe.

1 Used from $ The Janu Hyogoken-Nanbu (Kobe) Earthquake. Performance of Structures, Lifelines, and Fire Protection Systems Paperback – January 1, by National Institute of Standards and Technology (Author)Author: National Institute of Standards and Technology.

The objective of this committee report, ""Hyogo-Ken Nanbu Earthquake of Janu A Post-Earthquake Reconnaissance of Port Facilities"", was to observe and evaluate the seismic performance of ports in the Osaka Bay region of Japan.

On Januthe Hyogoken-Nanbu earthquake struck the Kobe, Japan, area. The earthquake and subsequent fires resulted in 6, deaths, 30, injuries, and the destruction of  The Janu Hyogoken-Nanbu earthquake of magnitude in JMA scale (Mw = ), which struck Kobe, Japan and its surrounding area was the most severe earthquake to affect that region this century.

The earthquake resulted in more than 6, deaths and o injuries. The objective of this committee report, ""Hyogo-Ken Nanbu Earthquake of Janu A Post-Earthquake Reconnaissance of Port Facilities"", was to observe and evaluate the seismic performance of ports in the Osaka Bay region of : S E Dickenson.

Some geotechnical aspects of the Hyogo-ken Nanbu (Kobe) earthquake of Janu Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 23(3) February with Reads. A Study on Damaged Building Data of the Hyogo-ken Nanbu Earthquake. Jan. 17,1 8,20 a nd F eb. 1 1, 1 Purpose. accu rate Hyogo-Ken Nanbu Earthquake of sta te of st ricken.

area; dra wing st ricken area m ap. Concluding remarks The 17 Januarymagnitude (JMA) Hyogo-Ken Nambu earthquake near Kobe, Japan, is the most significant earthquake in recent decades, because of its high ground motions and major damage to modern structures and indus- trialized infrastructure.

The terrible loss of life only reinforces this significance. Get this from a library. The Hyogo-ken Nanbu earthquake: great Hanshin earthquake disaster, Janu [Craig D Comartin; Marjorie R Greene; Susan K Tubbesing; Earthquake Engineering Research Institute.] -- "The most devastating earthquake to hit Japan since the Tokyo earthquake occurred at A.M.

local time on Janu The JanuHyogoken-Nanbu earthquake struck the Kobe, Japan area. The earthquake and subsequent fires resulted in 6, deaths; 30, injuries; destruction ofbuildings; and lefthomeless. The estimated direct economic losses are $ billion. The lifelines, which were concentrated adjacent to Osaka Bay, were in soft soils or fill that both amplified earthquake.

"On Januthe Hyogoken-Nanbu earthquake struck the Kobe, Japan, area. The earthquake and subsequent fires resulted in 6, deaths, 30, injuries, the destruction ofbuildings, and lefthomeless. The estimated direct economic losses of $ billion are the largest ever observed from an earthquake. The earthquake hit at am on Tuesday, Jan.

17,in the southern part of Hyōgo prefecture, west-central lasted about 20 seconds and registered as a magnitude ( on the Richter scale). Its epicentre was the northern part of Awaji Island in the Inland Sea, miles (20 km) off the coast of the port city of Kōbe; the quake’s focus was about 10 miles (16 km) below the.

(Kobe) The Hyogo-ken Nanbu Earthquake, Janu Preliminary Reconnaissance Report. Craig D. Comartin, Marjorie Greene, Susan K. Tubbesing, tech. eds. At the time of the earthquake about 40 American engineers, scientists, and government officials were in Osaka (30 km from Kobe) for a joint U.S.-Japan workshop.

PAPERS RELATED TO HYOUGOKEN-NANBU EARTHQUAKE BY BRI STAFF. URBAN FIRES AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE. Fires Following the Great Hanshin Earthquake in Kobe, HOKUGO Akihiko, Proceedings of the 2nd Asia Symposium on Fire Science and Technology, September (in English) Post Earthquake Fire in an Urban Area and Measures, pp, January On Janu the Kobe [Hyogo-ken Nanbu] earthquake of Mw struck extremely urbanized area of Kobe and its vicinity claiming 5, lives, after 47 years of relative seismic quiescence in Japan.

This period coincided with pax japonica as well as advance of modern earth sciences. The Kobe (Hyogo-ken Nanbu), Japan, Earthquake of Janu A report of preliminary observations prepared by Hiroo Kanamori California Institute of Technology T he Kobe earthquake of Januis one of the most damaging earthquakes in the recent history of Japan.

The Janu, Hyogo-ken Nanbu earthquake was the most damaging to strike Japan since the great Kanto earthquake destroyed large areas of Tokyo and Yokohama and killedpeople in As of Janu the toll from the earthquake in Kobe and adjacent cities had reached 5, dead, 13 missing, injured.

One-fifth of the city's million population was left homeless. Prepared by the Committee on Ports and Harbors Lifelines of the Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering of ASCE. Hyogo-Ken Nanbu Earthquake of Janu A Post-Earthquake Reconnaissance of Port Facilities describesØthe seismic performance of ports in the Osaka Bay region of Japan following the Hyogo-Ken Nanbu earthquake.

The Janu, Hyogo‐ken Nanbu earthquake was the most damaging to strike Japan since the great Kanto earthquake destroyed large areas of Tokyo and Yokohama and killedpeople in As of Janu the toll from the earthquake in Kobe and adjacent cities had reached 5, dead, 13 missing, injured.Hyogo ken Nanbu Lindol (Hanshin-Awaji Lindol, Mahusay na Lindol ng Hanshin) english Hyogo ken Nanbu Earthquake.

Mga Paksa ng Sensitibo. Great Hanshin earthquake; Tokyo. Kobe. UTC time: ISC event: USGS-ANSS ComCat Local date: Janu () Local time: JST: Magnitude: M w: Depth: km.Like other earthquakes recorded in western Japan between andthe earthquake had a strike-slip mechanism that accommodated east-west shortening of the Eurasian Plate due to its collision with the Philippine Sea Plate in central Honshu.

The Mj earthquake struck at JST on the morning of Janu It lasted for 20 ude: Mw.