Nicos Makris mainly focuses on Structural engineering, Earthquake engineering, Acceleration, Vibration and Classical mechanics. His Structural engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Vibration isolation and Viscoelasticity. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Earthquake engineering, concentrating on Intensity and frequently concerns with Hazard and Response analysis.
His work deals with themes such as Plasticity, Peak ground acceleration, Base isolation, Induced seismicity and Measure, which intersect with Acceleration. His work investigates the relationship between Vibration and topics such as Kinematics that intersect with problems in Dynamic stiffness, Transverse plane, Direct stiffness method and Stiffness. He has researched Classical mechanics in several fields, including Scale, Mechanics, Dimensionless quantity, Pulse and Yield.
Nicos Makris mostly deals with Structural engineering, Earthquake engineering, Mathematical analysis, Damper and Mechanics. The concepts of his Structural engineering study are interwoven with issues in Displacement, Vibration, Geotechnical engineering, Nonlinear system and Acceleration. Nicos Makris combines subjects such as Peak ground acceleration and Pulse with his study of Acceleration.
His studies in Earthquake engineering integrate themes in fields like Beam, Seismic protection, Dimensionless quantity and Foundation. The concepts of his Mathematical analysis study are interwoven with issues in Frequency response, Time domain and Viscoelasticity. His study in Mechanics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hinge and Classical mechanics.
His main research concerns Mathematical analysis, Structural engineering, Seismic protection, Frequency response and Time domain. His Mathematical analysis study incorporates themes from Impulse and Microrheology, Viscoelasticity. His work on Masonry as part of general Structural engineering research is frequently linked to Stability, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Nicos Makris has included themes like Seismology, Earthquake engineering, Moment of inertia and Dynamics in his Seismic protection study. His research in Frequency response intersects with topics in Third derivative and Generalized function. His Time domain study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Causality, Applied mathematics and Constitutive equation.
His primary areas of study are Seismic protection, Structural engineering, Seismology, Seismic isolation and Earthquake engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Dynamics, Vibration, Nonlinear system, Coupling and Moment of inertia in addition to Seismic protection. Nicos Makris interconnects Gravity and Acceleration in the investigation of issues within Structural engineering.
His Acceleration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Stiffness, Inerter and Flywheel. His research on Seismology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Response analysis. His studies deal with areas such as Inelastic response, Moment and Shear wall as well as Earthquake engineering.
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Component Testing, Seismic Evaluation and Characterization of Buckling-Restrained Braces
Cameron J. Black;Nicos Makris;Ian D. Aiken.
Journal of Structural Engineering-asce (2004)
Dynamic pile‐soil‐pile interaction. Part II: Lateral and seismic response
Nicos Makris;George Gazetas.
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics (1992)
Rocking Response of Free-Standing Blocks under Cycloidal Pulses
Jian Zhang;Nicos Makris.
Journal of Engineering Mechanics-asce (2001)
Fractional‐Derivative Maxwell Model for Viscous Dampers
Nicos Makris;M. C. Constantinou.
Journal of Structural Engineering-asce (1991)
Effect of viscous, viscoplastic and friction damping on the response of seismic isolated structures
Nicos Makris;Shih-Po Chang.
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics (2000)
RIGIDITY–PLASTICITY–VISCOSITY: CAN ELECTRORHEOLOGICAL DAMPERS PROTECT BASE‐ISOLATED STRUCTURES FROM NEAR‐SOURCE GROUND MOTIONS?
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics (1997)
The rocking spectrum and the limitations of practical design methodologies
Nicos Makris;Dimitrios Konstantinidis.
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics (2003)
Rocking response of rigid blocks under near-source ground motions
N. Makris;Y. S. Roussos.
DYNAMIC PILE-SOIL-PILE INTERACTION. PART I: ANALYSIS OF AXIAL VIBRATION
George Gazetas;Nicos Makris.
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics (1991)
Dimensional Analysis of Rigid-Plastic and Elastoplastic Structures under Pulse-Type Excitations
Nicos Makris;Cameron J. Black.
Journal of Engineering Mechanics-asce (2004)
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