Earthquake Engineering Group

Department of Civil & Structural Engineering

Dr David Escolano Margarit

Marie Curie Individual Fellow

Contact

d.escolano@sheffield.ac.uk

Department of Civil and Structural Engineering
Sir Frederick Mappin Building
Mappin Street,
Sheffield,
S1 3JD

Profile

David Escolano is a Marie Curie individual fellow of the Department of  Civil and Structural Engineering of the University of Sheffield. He has more than 8 years of research experience in the field of earthquake engineering, reinforced concrete structures and pasive control systems.

He has participated  in several research and engineering projects in Europe and the US. He is currently developing under the supervision of Dr Guadagnini the project “Seismic-Resistant Highly Deformable Structures” funded by the H2020 Marie-Slodovska Curie Programme.

Qualifications

Bachelor in Architecture. University of Granada. Master Degree in Structural Engineering. University of Granada. PhD in Structural Engineering. University of Granada.

Publication(s)

Benavent-Climent A, Escolano-Margarit D, Morillas L (2014). Shake-table tests of a reinforced concrete frame designed following modern codes: seismic performance and damage evaluation. Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 43 (6), pp. 791-810.
Benavent-Climent A, Morillas L, Escolano-Margarit D (2014). Seismic performance and damage evaluation of a reinforced concrete frame with hysteretic dampers through shake-table tests. Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 43 (15), pp. 2399-2417.
Benavent-Climent A, Morillas L, Escolano-Margarit D (2014). Inelastic torsional seismic response of nominally symmetric reinforced concrete frame structures: Shaking table tests. Engineering Structures, 80 (2), pp. 109-117.
Benavent-Climent A, Escolano-Margarit D (2012). Shaking table tests of structures with hysteretic dampers: experimental results versus prediction using non-linear static methods. Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 10 (6), pp. 1857-1883.