JDR Most Downloaded Papers, Jan. 2024

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No.1 6 Vol.8
A New Ground Motion Prediction Equation for Japan Applicable up to M9 Mega-Earthquake
Nobuyuki Morikawa and Hiroyuki Fujiwara
ground motion prediction equation, the 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake, seismic hazard assessment
No.2 9 Vol.1
Seismic Design Codes for Buildings in Japan
Hiroshi Kuramoto
the Building Standard Law of Japan, seismic design code, two-phase earthquake design, performance based earthquake design
No.3 24 Vol.18
E-Defense Shake Table Experiments Implemented by NIED and Collaborative Research Projects in 2005–2022
Ryota Nishi, Yohsuke Kawamata, Ryuta Enokida, Takahito Inoue, and Kentaro Tabata
E-Defense, shake table, earthquake engineering, full-scale experiments
No.4 23 Vol.9
The Largest Earthquakes We Should Prepare for
Toru Matsuzawa
largest earthquakes, M10, initial response to the earthquake and tsunami
No.5 2 Vol.18
Disaster Preparedness Using Local Wisdom Approach in Palu City
Muhammad Rusydi, Yutdam Mudin, Rahmawati, and Sabhan
disaster prevention, local wisdom, earthquake, Palu City
No.6 5 Vol.18
Building Quality-Oriented Societies in Asia Through Effective Water-Related Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation
Mikio Ishiwatari, Firdaus Ali, Guillermo Q. Tabios III, Joo-Heon Lee, and Hirotaka Matsuki
Kumamoto Declaration, finance, governance, science and technology
No.7 23 Vol.17
The Critical Success Factors of Area-Business Continuity Management: A Systematic Review and Outlooks from the Public and Private Sectors
Kunruthai Meechang and Kenji Watanabe
critical success factor, area-business continuity management, public-private partnership, systematic review
No.8 7 Vol.18
Arrangements for Telephone Consultation on Radiation Health Effects in a Nuclear Emergency in Japan: Lessons Learned from the Nuclear Accident in Fukushima, Japan, 2011
Hiroshi Okuno, Takeshi Kawakami, Fumitaka Watanabe, and Hidehiko Horikoshi
Basic Disaster Management Plan, TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station accident, telephone consultation, radiation health effects
No.8 5 Vol.18
Estimation of Spatial Snowpack Properties in a Snow-Avalanche Release Area: An Extreme Case on Mt. Nodanishoji, Japan, in 2021
Yuta Katsuyama, Takafumi Katsushima, Satoru Adachi, and Yukari Takeuchi
extreme snow avalanche, snowpack stability, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)
No.8 4 Vol.18
Estimation of the Seismic Source of the 1974 Lima Peru Earthquake and Tsunami (Mw 8.1)
Cesar Jimenez, Jorge Morales, Miguel Estrada, Bruno Adriano, Erick Mas, and Shunichi Koshimura
slip distribution, numerical simulation, tsunami inversion
No.8 22 Vol.18
Preliminary System for the Estimation of Peak Ground Acceleration Distribution in Metropolitan Lima and Callao: Application in Recent Seismic Events
Carlos Gonzales, Roger Garay, Luis Moya, Fernando Lazares, Zenon Aguilar, Diana Calderon, Miguel Diaz, Masashi Matsuoka, and Carlos Zavala
seismic network, amplification factors, geospatial interpolation, peak ground acceleration, Lima
No.9 17 Vol.18
Formulation of Dissemination Process of Phase-Free Concept for Effective Promotion of Disaster Prevention Education: A Case Study of Naruto City, Japan
Aki Shimbo, Amna Javed, Hideomi Gokon, and Youji Kohda
phase-free, disaster prevention education, earthquake, thematic analysis, qualitative research
No.9 19 Vol.18
Characterization of the Structural Typologies of Buildings in the Lima Metropolitan Area
Miguel Diaz, Carlos Zavala, Miguel Estrada, and Masashi Matsuoka
Lima metropolitan area, material, structural system, building typology
No.10 18 Vol.18
Impact Resistance Test of Cladding by Using Gravel
Takashi Maruyama and Masato Iguchi
impact resistance test, cladding, gravel, windborne debris, falling cinders
No.10 23 Vol.16
Developing a Model for Disaster Education to Improve Students’ Disaster Mitigation Literacy
Juhadi, Nur Hamid, Edy Trihatmoko, Meri Herlina, and Elvara Norma Aroyandini
earthquake, tsunami, lamban langgakh, disaster mitigation literacy, integration model
No.10 26 Vol.4
Tsunami Bore Impingement onto a Vertical Column
Halldor Arnason, Catherine Petroff, and Harry Yeh
tsunamis, bore, wake, turbulence, force, method of characteristics, cylinder, column

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