NEEShub services are beginning to be phased out. Please begin using DesignSafe (https://www.designsafe-ci.org). Please submit a support ticket (https://www.designsafe-ci.org/help/tickets/) if you need any assistance.

Support

Support Options

Submit a Support Ticket

 
You are here: Home



Jump Start Your Simulation Research by Taking Advantage of Shared NEES Resources
 

 


NEES researchers and NEEShub users from around the world are sharing data, publishing their computational models, and community-developed benchmark problem statements. Explore these resources to jump start your research in these areas by simply clicking on the links below.

Enjoy the ride and best wishes for a successful research experience!

  • Computational models for a variety of structural and geotechnical systems are documented and shared for use by community members. Note that many researchers also embed their models in their projects in the Project Warehouse.
  • Benchmark Problems that collect a series of models, simulation codes, and associated problem statements developed over a period of 15 years by a Joint Task Group of IASC & ASCE committee members. These offer opportunities to rapidly become familiar with the concepts and challenges of structural control systems. These include:
    • Structural Control Benchmark Problems – More than 10 building and bridge models, with associated simulation tools and complete problem statements are available.
    • Structural Monitoring – Analytical tools and experimental data are included in these problem statements addressing damage detection in frame structures
    • Wireless Sensors Structural Control Benchmark Problem
  • Open Data for Model Updating Studies - NEES researchers have done the searching for you, and identified a number of published data sets that can be used for monitoring and model updating research and education. The relevant characteristics of these projects are summarized in: Wei Song, Luis Hernández (2014): Projects Suitable for Structural Health Monitoring and Model Updating Research. Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES). Dataset. Version: 2014-11-10T15:43:40. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4231/D3ZW18T26

If you would like to contribute additional benchmark problems and computational models for use by the research community, go to Tools and Resources and click on the Submit a resource button. For questions, submit a support ticket using the button at the top of the page.