Throughout history, natural disasters and catastrophes marked by seismology with earthquakes that have almost unchecked Richter’s scale have generated thousands of people lost their homes and homes without accounting for human losses, unfortunately.
From an architectural perspective, being able to understand how to evaluate, detect and report damage to houses, homes or structures in the face of an earthquake is a matter of necessity and obligation for everyone involved in the world of architecture or engineering in a few moments so delicate which is why Sydney Buildings Inspections covers those grounds.
- Richter Scale of Magnitudemagnitude of an earthquake or earthquake is measured in one magnitude, although there are different scales of seismological size, the Richter scale is usually always talked about, which is calculated from the recording in seismic waves utilizing devices called seismograms.
- Earthquake Intensity Scale
the scale evaluates the effects and intensity caused by an earthquake on buildings or objects and people. It is a scale – parallel to the Richter – that defines more precisely the extent and severity of the damage. (Although it is a European scale – EMS-98, it identifies very well the relationship between Earthquake Grade, People or Objects and Constructive Systems)
- How to Assess If There is Damage to Houses or Structures After an Earthquake
a security protocol for buildings and houses after an earthquake has to be a priority with which we must understand some follow-up guidelines. The review of the state of the home, the place of work or a building must be immediate to identify the different appropriate signs.
- How to Check Building Damage After an Earthquake Technically
must be taken into account that after an earthquake preliminary assessments are essential and necessary both to prevent a possible collapse of buildings, threats and risks, such as accidents and of course, people can access their homes or not, with complete peace of mind.