Vol. 28 No. 2 (2020)
Articles

On the SeVAMH survey protocol for safety and safeguard of artistic assets. Overview and validation at the Monumental complex of Santa Chiara in Naples.

Adriana Marra
Construction Technologies Institute, Italian National Research Council, L’Aquila, Italy
Giovanni Fabbrocino
Dep. of Biosciences and Territory, University of Molise, Campobasso, Italy
Published July 29, 2021
Keywords
  • Architectural heritage,
  • Documentation,
  • Conservation,
  • Seismic risk,
  • SeVAMH survey form
How to Cite
Marra, A., & Fabbrocino, G. (2021). On the SeVAMH survey protocol for safety and safeguard of artistic assets. Overview and validation at the Monumental complex of Santa Chiara in Naples. Restauro Archeologico, 28(2), 4-17. https://doi.org/10.13128/rar-8683

Abstract

The availability of data concerning cultural heritage is a key condition for the preservation and enhancement of valuable assets, particularly when they are exposed to relevant hazards, and needs to be improved when safety evaluation, like those associated with the Artistic Limit State (ALS) of heritage structures and assets, are required. This task can be supported by Information and Communication Technology (ICT) that can provide easy-to-manage and efficient tools capable to properly describe the current conditions of cultural heritage components in a comprehensive way. Hierarchical and structured information can be collected and managed in the form of databases made of heterogeneous data, including pictures and sketches. In such a context, one of the main aspects of the process is the correlation between movable and immovable assets and their potential interactions under exceptional actions.

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