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Seismic Design of Industrial Facilities - SeDIF

A TÜV SÜD Conference

2021, March 1 - 2
Exchange with experts
International Online Conference

Following the successful premiere of the International Conference on Seismic Design of Industrial Facilities in 2013 the program committee and TÜV SÜD Akademie are happy to present the 2nd SeDIF Conference 2021 as online conference. Meeting the needs of the current pandemic impact the conference will yet serve as global forum for fruitful dialogue between experts from science and practice.

The organisers are proud to welcome 4 international, top-class speakers to hold the keynotes. The 8 conference topics offer 43 lectures from internationally recognized universities and institutes as well as from industry.

We will combine elements of on-demand content with live sessions. The presentations will be made available in advance as on-demand videos. The printed proceedings with the full papers will be sent to the conference participants beforehand.

During the two conference days live sessions with summaries given by the main author and with plenty of time for live exchange between speakers, chairpersons and participants will take place (Central European Time CET). Furthermore we will also offer live discussion forums after each conference topic.

If you are a non-German speaking participant, please send your registration informally by e-mail - to [email protected] or use the registration form which you can find here.

Registration fees:

Participant: € 700.00 plus applicable VAT

Author/co-author: € 400.00 plus applicable VAT

University member: € 500.00 plus applicable VAT

Gesamtpreis (Brutto)

833,00 €

inkl. 133,00 € MwSt.


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Nettosumme
700,00 €
zuzüglich 19 % MwSt.
133,00 €

Endpreis   inkl. 19 % MwSt.
833,00 €

Inhalte

The conference aims at bringing together academics, researchers and practitioners in the field of plant engineering with respect to the seismic behaviour of industrial facilities. Through exchanging information and experience between theory and practice the conference is expected to

  • promote a better understanding of the seismic behaviour of industrial facilities
  • generate a fruitful discussion on how to deal with uncertainties and risks
  • lead to the development of efficient yet realistic computational schemes
  • offer a broad overview of international standards regarding the seismic design of industrial facilities

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2021, March 1 - 2

The conference aims at bringing together academics, researchers and practitioners in the field of plant engineering with respect to the seismic behaviour of industrial facilities.

Hinweis

The Conference language is English.

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01.03.2021 - 02.03.2021
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833,00 €

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700,00 €
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133,00 €

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833,00 €

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If you are a non-German speaking participant, please send your registration informally by e-mail - to [email protected]. Thank you.



International Conference on Seismic Design of Industrial Facilities



The times are indicated according to Central European Time.

The Conference

Program March 1, 2021


Topic 1: Seismic Hazard and Risk
Keynote: The exponential growth of ground-motion data: a game changer for site-specific seismic hazard analysis?
Fabrice Cotton, GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ (DE)

Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Fabrizio Paolacci, Roma Tre University (IT)
  • Martin G. Koller, Résonance Ingénieurs-Conseils SA (CH)
  • Alexandra Mitsi, Munich RE (DE)
  • Timo Schmitt, TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH (DE)
  • Philippe Renault, swissnuclear (CH)
 
Topic 2: Secondary Structures
Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Marius Pinkawa, RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Steel Construction (DE)
  • Didier Combescure, Fusion for Energy (FR)
  • Max Gündel, Wölfel Engineering GmbH+Co. KG (DE)
  • Christos Kotanidis, Siemens Gas and Power GmbH & Co. KG (DE)
  • Marko Marinković, University of Belgrade, Department of engineering mechanics and theory of structures, Faculty of Civil Engineering (RS)
 
Topic 3: Seismic Safety Evaluation and „Lessons Learned“
Keynote: Industrial structure design on the edge of seismic performance: Lessons learned from three little pigs
Dimitrios Vamvatsikos, National Technical University of
Athens NTUA, Department of Structural Engineering (GR)

Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Leonardo Rossi (IT)
  • Matthias Wacker, Seidl + Partner Gesamtplanung GmbH (DE)
  • Sreelakshmy Rajan, SDA-engineering GmbH (DE)
  • Flavio Stochino, DICAAR - Department of Civil, Environmental Engineering and Architecture, University of Cagliari (IT)
  • Malte von Ramin, Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics (DE)
  • Daniele Corritore, Roma Tre University (IT)
 
Topic 4: Experimental Investigation and Monitoring
Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Cristian Vulcu, RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Steel Construction (DE)
  • Vasiliki Kopanoudi, Siemens Gas and Power GmbH & Co. KG (DE)
  • Andreas Kaup, RWTH Aachen University, Chair of Structural Analysis and Dynamics (DE)
  • Christoph Butenweg, RWTH Aachen University, Center for Wind and Earthquake Engineering (DE)
  • François Dunand, Résonance Ingénieurs-Conseils SA (CH)
 



Program March 2, 2021


Topic 5: Tanks and Silos
Keynote: Earthquake experiences on tanks
Roberto Nascimbene, European Centre for Training and Research in Earthquake Engineering (Eucentre) (IT)

Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Amos Necci, European Commission (IT)
  • Fabrizio Paolacci, Roma Tre University (IT)
  • Peter Knödel, Dr. Knoedel Engineering Consultants (DE)
  • Pamela Cacciatore, SDA-engineering GmbH (DE)
  • Stefano Silvestri, Università di Bologna (IT)
 
Topic 6: Soil-Structure Interaction Issues
Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Philipp Michel, RWTH Aachen University, Chair of Structural Analysis and Dynamics (DE)
  • Robert Borsutzky, HOCHTIEF Engineering GmbH (DE)
  • Hauke Zachert, Technical University of Darmstadt – Institute of Geotechnics (DE)
  • Kemal Edip, Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology (MK)
  • Christian Vögeli, Basler & Hofmann AG Consulting Engineers (CH)
 
Topic 7: : Numerical aspects
Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Francesca Taddei, Technical University of Munich, Chair of Structural Mechanics (DE)
  • Jana Sue Bochert, Scherr+Klimke AG (DE)
  • Maria Crespo, PRINCIPA (ES)
  • Anastasia Palaiochorinou, Siemens Gas and Power GmbH & Co. KG (DE)
  • Julia Rosin, Fraunhofer-Institute for High-Speed Dynamics (DE)
 
Topic 8: Seismic Protection Systems and Retrofitting
Keynote: Performance-Based Seismic Design of Industrial Storage Tanks
Praveen K. Malhotra, StrongMotions Inc. (US)
 
Short presentations, summaries and open discussion with
  • Keisuke Minagawa, Saitama Institute of Technology (JP)
  • Peter Huber, Maurer SE (DE)
  • Jose Alexandre G. Henriques, Universiteit Hasselt – Campus Diepenbeek (BE)
  • Victor Kostarev, CKTI-Vibroseism Ltd. (RU)
  • Alessandra Marino, Italian National Institute for Insurance against Accidents at Work INAIL (IT)
  • Bernhard Walendy, SMP Ingenieure im Bauwesen GmbH (DE)
 



German participants


Die Tagung wurde von der Ingenieurkammer-Bau Nordrhein-Westfalen als Veranstaltung gemäß § 6 Fort- und Weiterbildungsordnung anerkannt.

Anerkennungsumfang: 14,00 Fortbildungspunkte

Teilnehmer:
◾ Beratende Ingenieure (§ 2 Abs. 1 FuWO)
◾ Ingenieure (§ 2 Abs. 1 FuWO)
◾ saSV für die Prüfung von Standsicherheit (§ 2 Abs. 2 FuWO)
◾ öbuvSV in diesem Sachgebiet (§ 2 Abs. 2 FuWO)
◾ qualifizierte Tragwerksplaner (§ 2 Abs. 2 FuWO)


Registration fees

Participant: € 700.00 plus applicable VAT

Author/co-author: € 400.00 plus applicable VAT

University member: € 500.00 plus applicable VAT

If you are a non-German speaking participant, please send your registration informally by e-mail - to [email protected]. Thank you.




Program Comittee


Center for Wind and Earthquake Engineering
Prof. Dr. Christoph Butenweg
apl. Prof. Dr. Benno Hoffmeister

Chair of Structural Analysis and Dynamics
Prof. Dr. Sven Klinkel

SDA-engineering GmbH
Dr. Britta Holtschoppen

Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics
Ernst-Mach-Institut, EMI
Dr. Julia Rosin

TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH
Dr. Timo Schmitt

On Demand Content

Topic 1

Seismic Hazard and Risk


Seismic Analysis of Industrial Facilities – Perspecitves and Future Developments of the new EAEE working group
Fabrizio Paolacci, Roma Tre University (IT)

Seismic safety of industrial facilities with potential of major accidents
Martin G. Koller, Résonance Ingénieurs-Conseils SA (CH)

Seismic risk assessment: an insurance perspective
Alexandra Mitsi, Munich RE (DE)

Site specific seismic hazard assessment for industrial facilities – code requirements, calculation procedures and benefits
Timo Schmitt, TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH (DE)

Variability in code-consistent selection and adjustment of time histories for seismic fragility analyses
Philippe Renault, swissnuclear (CH)


Topic 2

Secondary Structures

Seismic force demands on nonstructural industrial components
Marius Pinkawa, RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Steel Construction (DE)

Transfer of the seismic motion for the design and assessment of industrial components. Examples of application of a simplified approach
Didier Combescure, Fusion for Energy (FR)

Nonstructural components and nonbuilding structures: Lessons learnt from ASCE7
Max Gündel, Wölfel Engineering GmbH+Co. KG (DE)

Cost optimization in seismic design of High Voltage GasInsulated Switchgear (GIS) systems according to the IEEE 693
Standard by application of intermediate seismic qualification levels
Christos Kotanidis, Siemens Gas and Power GmbH & Co. KG (DE)

Investigation of the seismic behaviour of structural and nonstructural components in industrial facilities by means of
shaking table tests
Marko Marinković, University of Belgrade, Department of engineering mechanics and theory of structures, Faculty of Civil Engineering (RS)


Topic 3

Seismic Safety Evaluation and „Lessons Learned“


Learning from the 2012 Emilia-Romagna Earthquake: Data-based fragility and consequence curves for long-span-beam buildings
Leonardo Rossi (IT)

Typical failure mechanisms and remediation concepts of precast concrete industrial buildings
Matthias Wacker, Seidl + Partner Gesamtplanung GmbH (DE)

Seismic safety analysis of a system considering aging effects using multidimensional fragility approach
Sreelakshmy Rajan, SDA-engineering GmbH (DE)

Brittle behavior of prefabricated reinforced concrete elements in cooling towers
Fausto Mistretta, DICAAR – Department of Civil, Environmental Engineering and Architecture, University of Cagliari (IT)

Methodology for classifying building damage in dynamically loaded structures
Malte von Ramin, Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics (DE)

A Methodology for the Seismic Risk Evaluation of Process Plants
Daniele Corritore, Roma Tre University (IT)


Topic 4

Experimental Investigation and Monitoring


Experimental and numerical investigations of beam-to-column joints for slim-floor systems in seismic zones

Cristian Vulcu, RWTH Aachen University, Institute of SteelConstruction (DE)

Approach, methods and challenges for seismic qualification of electromechanical equipment on substations
Vasiliki Kopanoudi, Siemens Gas and Power GmbH & Co. KG (DE)

Real-time hybrid simulation technique for performance assessment of engineering structures and their components
Andreas Kaup, RWTH Aachen University, Chair of Structural Analysis and Dynamics (DE)

ROBUST: User-oriented earthquake early warning system with smart sensor systems and digital building models: Application on industrial plants
Christoph Butenweg, RWTH Aachen University, Center for Wind and Earthquake Engineering (DE)

Seismic hazard assessment and monitoring of existing offshore platforms in Myanmar
François Dunand, Résonance Ingénieurs-Conseils SA (CH)


Topic 5

Tanks and Silos

Accidents at industrial facilities triggered by seismic events: risk analysis of hazardous consequences by using RAPID-N
Amos Necci, European Commission (IT)

A Surrogate Model for Seismic Fragility Analysis of Unanchored Storage Tanks Based on Gaussian Process Modelling
Fabrizio Paolacci, Roma Tre University (IT)

A simple stick-slip model for the overturning stability of unanchored containers
Peter Knödel, Dr. Knoedel Engineering Consultants (DE)

Seismic safety of cylindrical granular material silos under seismic load
Pamela Cacciatore, SDA-engineering GmbH (DE)

Preliminary results of shaking-table tests on a full-scale flat-bottom manufactured steel silo filled with wheat
Stefano Silvestri, Università di Bologna (IT)


Topic 6

Soil-Structure Interaction Issues


Soil-dependent earthquake spectra in the analysis of liquid-storage-tanks on compliant soil
Philipp Michel, RWTH Aachen University, Chair of Structural Analysis and Dynamics (DE)

Seismic analysis of pile founded tank structures
Robert Borsutzky, HOCHTIEF Engineering GmbH (DE)

Approaches for the foundation design of LNG tanks in seismic regions
Hauke Zachert, Technical University of Darmstadt – Institute of Geotechnics (DE)


Effects on SSI on soft storey multistorey frames
Kemal Edip, Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology (MK)

Influence of non-linear soil response on SSI-Analysis of nuclear structures
Christian Vögeli, Basler & Hofmann AG Consulting Engineers (CH)


Topic 7

Numerical aspects


Comparison between direct and substructure simulation techniques for dynamic soil-structure interaction systems subjected to seismic actions
Francesca Taddei, Technical University of Munich, Chair of Structural Mechanics (DE)

Variants of the determination of ground response spectra and their influence on floor response spectra
Jana Sue Bochert, Scherr+Klimke AG (DE)

Seismic Interface Forces of a Vertical Cylindrical Tank: comparison of three methodologies
Maria Crespo, PRINCIPA (ES)

Cost benefits in the seismic design of Gas Insulated Switchgear by application of higher damping ratio for the Gas Insulated Busduct
Anastasia Palaiochorinou, Siemens Gas and Power GmbH & Co. KG (DE)

Design for seismic load and blast load – synergies and conflicts
Julia Rosin, Fraunhofer-Institute for High-Speed Dynamics (DE)


Topic 8

Seismic Protection Systems and Retrofitting


Review of effectiveness of passive control techniques for seismic protection for chemical plant components
Keisuke Minagawa, Saitama Institute of Technology (JP)

Enhanced structural serviceability by adaptive base isolators and dampers
Peter Huber, Maurer SE (DE)

Seismic protection of industrial gas tanks using base isolation system
Jose Alexandre G. Henriques, Universiteit Hasselt – Campus Diepenbeek (BE)

Seismic protection and isolation of industrial and power plant facilities using High Viscous Damper (HVD) and Base Control System (BCS) technologies
Victor Kostarev, CKTI-Vibroseism Ltd. (RU)

Application of smart methodologies to industrial plants protection and mitigation of consequences due to leakage of dangerous substances
Alessandra Marino, Italian National Institute for Insurance against Accidents at Work INAIL (IT)

Quantification of a new class of retrofitting systems and standardization approach
Bernhard Walendy, SMP Ingenieure im Bauwesen GmbH (DE)



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TECHNICAL NOTES FOR THE LIVE ONLINE CONFERENCE


Here you will find further information on the technical requirements.

HARDWARE
To participate in a live online conference you need a desktop PC, laptop or tablet. Headphones are an advantage. You may need a webcam and microphone for separate discussion forums, where you can join in person with video and audio. In the lecture sessions, you will participate in the discussion in writing.

SOFTWARE
Since a live online conference is played out on its own Internet page, a browser-based microsite, no download of special software or applications is necessary in advance. A stable internet connection is required. In some cases, there may be problems with Internet connections via VPN. In this case, please disconnect the VPN connection before dialing in.

A full display and functionality of the microsite is guaranteed e.g. with the current Chrome browser. Older versions, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, are not suitable. For seperate discussion forums, for small group work or workshops the application Microsoft Teams is used at some conferences. You can find out in advance from the respective organization team whether this is the case at your conference.

ACCESS DATA
All registered participants will receive an e-mail with a personalized access link to the microsite shortly before the event. You log in there directly with your personal link and have access to the presentation documents (download) and the live page (stream).

Do you have questions about the technical requirements? Then please contact us.
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