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Gabriel Gandia

Ingeniero especializado en las áreas de Ingeniería estructural, geotécnica, Modelización numérica y mecánica computacional.

Actualmente es Profesor e Investigador en la Universidad del Desarrollo.

Modelling of earthquake-induced pounding between adjacent structures with a nonsmooth contact dynamics method 2021Engineering Structures
Performance-based probabilistic assessment of liquefaction-induced building settlements 2021Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
Ground Motion Correlations from Recorded Mexican Intermediate-depth, Intraslab Earthquakes 2021Journal of Earthquake Engineering
Performance-based analysis of Transit tunnels in the Chilean subduction zone 2022Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
Seismic Risk of sliding ground-mounted rigid equipment 2020ENGINEERING STRUCTURES
Correlations of spectral accelerations in the Chilean subduction zone 2020EARTHQUAKE SPECTRA
A computational Platform for the Assessment of Seismically-Induced Slope Displacements 2020SOIL DYNAMICS AND EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
Performance-based assessment of the seismic pseudo-static coefficient used in slope stability analysis 2020SOIL DYNAMICS AND EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
New developments for the performance-based assessment of seismically-induced slope displacements 2020Engineering Geology
Collapse risk assessment of a Chilean dual wall-frame reinforced concrete office building 2019ENGINEERING STRUCTURES
Static earth pressures on a pile supported excavation in Santiago gravel 2019REVISTA DE LA CONSTRUCCION
Interperiod correlation model for Mexican interface earthquakes 2019EARTHQUAKE SPECTRA
Assessment of fragility models based on the Sept. 19th, 2017 earthquake observed damage 2019SOIL DYNAMICS AND EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
Observed building damage patterns and foundation performance in Mexico City following the 2017 M7.1 Puebla-Mexico City earthquake 2019SOIL DYNAMICS AND EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
A New State-of-the-Art Platform for Probabilistic and Deterministic Seismic Hazard Assessment 2019SEISMOLOGICAL RESEARCH LETTERS