Enrico Quagliarini

DICEA - Università Politecnica delle Marche
Enrico Quagliarini

Enrico Quagliarini

DICEA - Università Politecnica delle Marche

Biografia

BIOGRAFIA

Qualifica
Professore ordinario

SSD
ICAR/10 – Architettura tecnica

Discipline di insegnamento
Recupero e Conservazione degli Edifici
Progettazione per il Recupero degli Edifici

Attività di ricerca

Il Grande Progetto Pompei: Piano della Conoscenza lotto n.3 (2015), National Project by European Regional Development Fund: ispettore dei rilievi strutturali e team member. RiBuild – Robust Internal Thermal Insulation of Historic Buildings: EU Horizon 2020 work programme topic ‘EE-03-2014: Energy strategies and solutions for deep renovation of historic buildings’ (grant agreement No 637268): team member.

SHELL (Shared interoperable Home Ecosystems for a green, comfortabLe and safe Living) – MIUR Technological National Cluster (2014-2016): team member.

Valutazione della vulnerabilità sismica dei Musei Nazionali Italiani, National Project (2014-2015): team member.

Normativa sismica e mantenimento dei caratteri originali delle strutture edilizie. Analisi di casi di studio e proposte tecniche di intervento Sede di Ancona – in “Problemi di conservazione di edifici a valenza storico – culturale nel quadro normativo vigente. Criteri di progetto e specifiche tecniche per garantire adeguati livelli di uso, sicurezza e accessibilità nel rispetto dei principi di salvaguardia, ”Project of Relevant National Interest funded by the Italian Ministry of the University and Research (MIUR) (1998-1999): team member.

Pubblicazioni recenti

1) VALLUCCI S., QUAGLIARINI E., LENCI S. (2014) Costruzioni storiche in muratura. Vulnerabilità sismica e progettazione degli interventi. Utet Wolters Kluwer Italia, Milanofiori Assago (MI), ISBN 978-88-6750-221-9.

2) QUAGLIARINI E., MONNI F., GRECO F., LENCI S. (2016) Flexible repointing of historical facing-masonry columns with basalt fibers, Journal of Cultural Heritage, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.culher.2016.11.003.

3) QUAGLIARINI E., CLINI P., RIPANTI M. (2016) Fast and low cost methodology for the assessment of the state of conservation and risk of historical buildings from 3d laser scanning: the case study of Santa Maria in Portonovo, Journal of Cultural Heritage, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.culher.2016.10.006.

4) QUAGLIARINI E., GRAZIANI L., D’ORAZIO M. (2016) The role of roughness and porosity on the self-cleaning and anti-biofouling efficiency of TiO2-Cu and TiO2-Ag nanocoatings applied on fired bricks, Construction and Buildings Materials, 129, 2016, 116–124.

5) QUAGLIARINI E., CLEMENTI F., MONNI F., MARACCHINI G. (2016) Experimental assessment of concrete compressive strength in old existing RC buildings: a possible way to reduce the dispersion of DT results, Journal of Building Engineering 8 (2016) 162-171.

6) BERNARDINI G., AZZOLINI M., D’ORAZIO M., QUAGLIARINI E. (2016) Intelligent evacuation guidance systems for improving fire safety of Italian-style historical theatres without altering their architectural characteristics, Journal of Cultural Heritage, 22, 2016, 1006–1018.

7) QUAGLIARINI E., MONNI F., SCALBI A., LENCI S. (2016) A novel and sustainable application of basalt fibers for strengthening unreinforced masonry walls, Journal of Natural Fibers, doi:10.1080/15440478.2016.1163763.

8) LANCIONI G., GENTILUCCI D., QUAGLIARINI E., LENCI S. (2016) Seismic vulnerability of ancient stone arches through the Non-Smooth Contact Dynamics Method, Engineering Structures, 119, 110–121.

9) BERNARDINI G., D’ORAZIO M., QUAGLIARINI E. (2016) Towards a “behavioural design” approach for seismic risk reduction strategies of buildings and their environment, Safety Science, 86 (2016) 273–294.

10) GRAZIANI L., QUAGLIARINI E., D’ORAZIO M. (2016) TiO2-treated different fired brick surfaces for biofouling prevention: Experimental and modelling results, Ceramics International 42 (3) 2016, 4002–4010.

11) D’ORAZIO M., BERNARDINI G., TACCONI S., ARTECONI V., QUAGLIARINI E. (2016) Fire safety in Italian-style historical theatres: How photoluminescent wayfinding can improve occupants’ evacuation with no architecture modifications, Journal of Cultural Heritage, doi:10.1016/j.culher.2015.12.002

12) QUAGLIARINI E., MONNI. F., BONDIOLI F., LENCI S. (2016) Basalt fiber ropes and rods: Durability tests for their use in building engineering, Journal of Building Engineering 5 (2016) 142-150.

13) QUAGLIARINI E., BERNARDINI G., WAZINSKI C., SPALAZZI L., D’ORAZIO M., 2016, Urban scenarios modifications due to the earthquake: ruins formation criteria and interactions with pedestrians’ evacuation, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering 14 (4) 2016, 1071-1101.

14) BERNARDINI G., QUAGLIARINI E., D’ORAZIO M. (2016) Towards creating a combined database for earthquake pedestrians’ evacuation models, Safety Science 82, 77–94.

15) CLEMENTI F., QUAGLIARINI E., MARACCHINI G., LENCI S. (2015) Post-World War II Italian School Buildings: typical and specific seismic vulnerabilities, Journal of Building Engineering, 4 (2015) 152–166.

16) MUNAFÒ P., GOFFREDO G.B., QUAGLIARINI E. (2015), TiO2-based nanocoatings for preserving architectural stone surfaces: an overview, Construction and Building Materials, 84, 201-218.

17) LANCIONI G., BERNETTI R., QUAGLIARINI E., TONTI L. (2014) Effects of underground cavities on the frequency spectrum of seismic shear waves, Advanced in Civil Engineering 2014 (2014), Article ID 934284, 17 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/934284.

18) GRAZIANI L., QUAGLIARINI E., OSIMANI A., AQUILANTI L., CLEMENTI F., D’ORAZIO M. (2014) The influence of clay brick substratum on the inhibitory efficiency of TiO2 nanocoating against biofouling, Building and Environment 82 (2014) 128-134.

19) D’ORAZIO M., QUAGLIARINI E., BERNARDINI G., SPALAZZI L. (2014) EPES – Earthquake Pedestrians’ Evacuation Simulator: a tool for predicting earthquake pedestrians’ evacuation in urban outdoor scenarios, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 10, Part A, (2014) 153–177.

20) BERNARDINI G., D’ORAZIO M., QUAGLIARINI E., SPALAZZI L. (2014) An agentbased model for earthquake pedestrians’ evacuation simulation in urban scenarios. Transportation Research Procedia (2) 255-263. The Conference in Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2014 (PED2014).

21) MARTARELLI M., CASTELLINI P., QUAGLIARINI E., SERI E., LENCI S., TOMASINI E.P. (2014) Non-Destructive Evaluation of Plasters on Historical Thin Vaults by Scanning Laser Doppler Vibrometers. Research in Nondestructive Evaluation, 25:4, 218-234.

22) MUNAFÒ P., QUAGLIARINI E., GOFFREDO G.B., BONDIOLI F., LICCIULLI A. (2014) Durability of nano-engineered TiO2 self-cleaning treatments on limestone, Construction and Building Materials 65 (2014) 218–231.

23) QUAGLIARINI E, REVEL G.M., LENCI S., SERI E., CAVUTO A., PANDARESE G. (2014) Historical plasters on light thin vaults: state of conservation assessment by a hybrid ultrasonic method. Journal of Cultural Heritage 15 (2) 104-111.

24) D’ORAZIO M., SPALAZZI L., QUAGLIARINI E., BERNARDINI G. (2014) Agent-based model for earthquake pedestrians’ evacuation in urban outdoor scenarios: behavioural patterns definition and evacuation paths choice. Safety Science 62 (2014) 450–465.

25) QUAGLIARINI E., LENCI S., PIATTONI Q., BONDIOLI F., BERNABEI I., LEPORE G., ZACCARIA M. (2014) Experimental analysis of Romanesque masonries made by tile and brick fragments found at the archaeological site of S. Maria in Portuno. International Journal of Architectural Heritage 8 (2) 161-184.

26) GOFFREDO G.B., QUAGLIARINI E., BONDIOLI F., MUNAFÒ P. (2014) TiO2 nanocoatings for Architectural Heritage: self-cleaning treatments on historical stone surfaces. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part N: Journal of Nanoengineering and Nanosystems, 228, 1, 2-10.

27) GRAZIANI L., QUAGLIARINI E., BONDIOLI F., D’ORAZIO M. (2014) Durability of self-cleaning TiO2 coatings on fired clay brick façades: effects of UV exposure and wet & dry cycles. Building and Environment 71 (2014) 193-203.

28) LANCIONI G., PIATTONI Q., LENCI S., QUAGLIARINI E. (2013) Dynamics and failure mechanisms of ancient masonry churches subjected to seismic actions by using the NSCD method: the case of the medieval church of S. Maria in Portuno. Engineering Structures 56 (2013) 1527–1546.

29) GRAZIANI L., QUAGLIARINI E., OSIMANI A., AQUILANTI L., CLEMENTI F., YÉPRÉMIAN C., LARICCIA V., AMOROSO S., D’ORAZIO M. (2013) Evaluation of inhibitory effect of TiO2 nanocoatings against microalgal growth on clay brick façades under weak UV exposure conditions. Building and Environment, 64 (2013) 38-45.

30) QUAGLIARINI E., ESPOSITO E., DEL CONTE A. (2013) The combined use of ITC and LDV for the investigation of historical thin vaults. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 14 (2) 122-128.

31) QUAGLIARINI E., BONDIOLI F., GOFFREDO G.B., LICCIULLI A., MUNAFÒ P. (2013) Self-cleaning materials on Architectural Heritage: compatibility of photo-induced hydrophilicity of TiO2 coatings on stone surface. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 14 (2013) 1–7.

32) QUAGLIARINI E., BONDIOLI F., GOFFREDO G.B., CORDONI C., MUNAFÒ P. (2012) Self-cleaning and de-polluting stone surfaces: TiO2 nanoparticles for limestone. Construction and Building Materials, 37 (2012) 51–57.

33) QUAGLIARINI E., MONNI. F., LENCI S., BONDIOLI F. (2012) Tensile characterization of basalt fiber rods and ropes: A first contribution. Construction and Building Materials 34 (2012) 372–380.

34) QUAGLIARINI E., LENCI S., SERI E. (2012) On the damage of frescoes and stuccoes on the lower surface of historical flat suspended light vaults. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 13 (3) 293-303.

35) QUAGLIARINI E., BONDIOLI F., GOFFREDO G.B., LICCIULLI A., MUNAFÒ P. (2012) Smart surfaces for architectural heritage: Preliminary results about the application of TiO2-based coatings on travertine. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 13 (2012) 204–209.

36) QUAGLIARINI E., LENCI S., PIATTONI Q. (2011) Experimental analysis and modelling of the mechanical behaviour of earthen bricks. Construction and Building Materials 25 (2011) 2067-2075.

Interessi scientifici
Protezione, conservazione e messa in sicurezza del patrimonio architettonico e archeologico. Particolare interesse viene posto in queste ultimi anni alle metodologie del behavioural design per strategie di pianificazione ed evacuazione in emergenza.

Riferimenti di contatto
e.quagliarini@univpm.it

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