|1.||Storage Tank||American Lifelines Alliance (2001) - Storage Tank|
Damage states according to American Lifelines Alliance's "Seismic Fragility Formulations for Water Systems" guideline (2001).
|2.||Tout||Campadel et al. (2008)|
Damage states for pressurized equipment.
|3.||Storage Tank||Curadelli (2011) - Storage Tank|
Damage states for spherical tanks according to Curadelli (2011).
|4.||Storage Tank||Damage states for storage tanks|
Damage states due to the hydrodynamic effects of the flood waters.
|5.||Storage Tank||Di Carluccio et al. (2006) - Pressurized Equipment|
Damage states for pressurized tanks according to Di Carluccio et al. (2006).
|6.||Storage Tank||Flood Flotation|
Flotation damage, storage tank.
|7.||Boiler||HAZUS (2010) - Boiler|
Damage states for boilers at generation facilities.
|8.||Building||HAZUS (2010) - Building|
Damage states for industrial buildings.
|9.||Storage Tank||HAZUS (2010) - Chemical Tank|
Damage states for chemical tanks at water treatment plants.
|10.||Pump||HAZUS (2010) - Pump|
Damage states for pumps at pumping plants and fuel facilities.
|11.||Stack||HAZUS (2010) - Stack|
Damage states for stacks at oil refineries.
|12.||Storage Tank||HAZUS (2010) - Storage Tank|
Damage states for water storage tanks.
|13.||Pipeline||Lanzano et al. (2013) - Pipeline|
Damage states for pipelines according to Lanzano et al. (2013).
|14.||Storage Tank||Moschonas et al. (2014) - Spherical Pressure Vessels|
Damage states for spherical pressure vessels according to Moschonas et al. (2014).
|15.||Storage Tank||O'Rourke and So (2000) - Storage Tank|
The damage states used to characterize component damage are intended to mimic the damage state descriptions in the HAZUS Methodology.
|16.||Pump||Seligson et al. (1996) - Pump|
Damage states for feed controller units (pumps).
|17.||Reactor||Seligson et al. (1996) - Reactor|
Damage states for reactor vessels.
|18.||Storage Tank||Seligson et al. (1996) - Storage Tank|
Damage states for horizontal storage vessels.