Redefining the Roles Insurers and Engineers Play in Hurricane Preparedness and Mitigation

Reducing the Risks of Severe Windstorm Disaster; an International Perspective

Engineering of the Building Envelope To Do Or Not To Do

Beliefs about Hurricane Andrew, Construction, and Evacuation

Performance of Traffic Signals and Signs in Hurricane Andrew

Impact of Hurricane Andrew on Electrical Generating Facilities

Analysis of Structural Debris Generation and Disposal After Hurricane Andrew: Technical Perspective

Effectiveness of Storm Shutters in Hurricane Damage Prevention

Statistically-Based Evaluation of Homes Damaged by Hurricanes Andrew and Iniki

Hurricane Andrew Induced Damage to Florida Power & Light's Transmission System

Critique on Building Envelope Sessions

Performance of Commercial Masonry Structures in Hurricane Andrew

Life After Andrew on Florida's Turnpike

Critical Issues in Post Disaster Code Enforcement

Building Code Enforcement Issues, Hindsight and Foresight

Prestressed Concrete Failures Due to Uplift
The paper presents some examples of prestressed concrete DOUBLE-TEE (DT) failures caused by hurricane Andrew. The DT's failures was mainly due to the negative moment created by uplift....

Hurricanes of 1992
Lessons Learned and Implications for the Future
In 1992, Hurricanes Andrew and Iniki devastated portions of Florida, Louisiana, and Hawaii causing over $35 billion in damages and the loss of 38 lives. Hurricane Andrew, which accounted...

US Hurricanes of 1992 an Australian Perspective

Wind Action on Highrise Structures: Codes - Wind Tunnel - Reality

Wind Tunnel Testing of High-Rise Residential Buildings in Hurricane Areas

 

 

 

 

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