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JDR Most Downloaded Papers, August 2015

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No.1 - Vol.5
No.2
(2010)
A Proposal for Effective Emergency Training and Exercise Program to Improve Competence for Disaster Response of Disaster Responders
Kayoko Takemoto, Yutaka Motoya, and Reo Kimura
disaster responders, training and exercise program, competence for disaster response
No.1 - Vol.10
No.4
(2015)
A New Concept for Development of Quartz Crystal Microbalance Fire Prevention Sensors Modified with Nano-Assembled Thin Films
Seung-Woo Lee
quartz crystal microbalance, gas sensors, real environment monitoring
No.1 - Vol.4
No.6
(2009)
Estimation of Tsunami Force Acting on Rectangular Structures
Koji Fujima, Fauzie Achmad, Yoshinori Shigihara, and Norimi Mizutani
tsunami force, design formula, wave pressure, drag coefficient
No.1 - Vol.10
No.4
(2015)
Fire Protection Analysis and Potential Improvements for Wooden Cultural Heritage Sites in Japan
Kwang-Il Kim, Tadashi Konishi, Tomek Ziemba, Hirofumi Nonaka, Ki-Hun Nam, and Takeyoshi Tanaka
wooden cultural heritage, protection of historic buildings, fire protection systems, public cooperation for fire protection
No.1 - Vol.7
No.sp
(2012)
Tsunami Vertical Evacuation Buildings - Lessons for International Preparedness Following the 2011 Great East Japan Tsunami
Stuart Fraser, Graham S. Leonard, Hitomi Murakami, and Ichiro Matsuo
tsunami vertical evacuation, Great East Japan Tsunami, preparedness, community engagement, evacuee welfare, evacuation signage
No.1 - Vol.8
No.4
(2013)
Lessons from the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake Tsunami Disaster
Shunichi Koshimura, Satomi Hayashi, and Hideomi Gokon
2011 Tohoku earthquake tsunami, tsunami fragility curve, numerical modeling, reconstruction
No.1 - Vol.10
No.4
(2015)
Research and Development Efforts in Fire Safety and Disaster Preparedness
Masafumi Hosokawa
Fire Safety and Disaster Preparedness, Promoting Program for Scientific Fire and Disaster Prevention Technologies

Count period : August 1-31, 2015

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