The knowledge of the historical masonry artefacts, whatever their value, is an essential prerequisite, as is known, both for the evaluation of structural safety both for the realization of suitable conservation interventions. The recent Italian regulations con- cerning the implementation of seismic prevention policies of cul- tural heritage, recommend a multidisciplinary approach aimed at reaching an knowledge of the construction able to provide reliable quantitative assessment of the structural safety by means of a sequence of technical operations. The regulatory bodies, in fact, are oriented to promote a rational deductive method able to provide common tools for achieving an adequate knowledge of the struc- ture; it is based on on a close cooperation between the different competences in order to preserve the asset and reduce the impact on site investigations. The present contribution reports some out- comes of a research project, issued by ARCUS s.p.a. and MiBACT and carried out by a multidisciplinary study group headed by the StreGa Laboratory (the Structural & Geotechnical Dynamics Lab- oratory) with the support of the HIC Laboratory (History and In- novation in construction) of the BT Dept. at the University of Molise, aimed both at historical and morphological-dimensional analysis and to the seismic vulnerability assessment of the monastic complex of Trisulti. The results of a study involving a large number of skills, related to the construction technique, to the geotechnical, to the survey, to the restoration and history of architecture, is reported and discussed.
|Titolo:||Un approccio multidisciplinare per la conoscenza dei beni architettonici: il caso della Certosa di Trisulti|
SAVORRA, Massimiliano (Corresponding)
FABBROCINO, Giovanni (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|