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17 Aug 2010 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Gustavo Jose Parra-Montesinos
Structural systems that combine reinforced concrete (RC) slab-column frames with moment resisting frames or shear walls find wide applications in zones of moderate and high seismicity. Due to combination of lateral displacements imposed during earthquakes with gravity loads, slab-column...
02 Aug 2010 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Michael Bletzinger
Document sharing with Purdue for developing NEESHUB analysis stuff
Detailed documentation, drawings, experiment files and analysis associated with the Complex Wall Project are contained in this protected resource and group-shared data space for joint work with NEEShub. The information includes Test specimensMaterial propertiesTest setup and loadingDisplacement...
27 Jul 2010 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Rajesh Thyagarajan
iSeismograph is a telepresence-demonstration and educational tool built on top of RDV and Data Turbine. It takes advantage of the in-board video-camera and 3-axis accelerometer built into all new Apple MacBook products to provide an telepresence demonstration often referred to as "Data Turbine...
27 Jul 2010 | Active Documents
Nickname: Deep Surface Wave Profiling in the Salt Lake ValleyNEES-2006-0173The purpose of this study is to determine intermediate (250 ft (75 m) to 750 ft (230 m)) to deep (> 750 ft (230 m)) shear-wave velocity (Vs) profiles in the Salt Lake Valley. The Spectral-Analysis-of-Surface-Waves (SASW)...
The NEEShub IT development team is working closely with UIUC to identify ways to bring the NEES community of researchers into NEEShub by offering them useful functionality that will ensure the population and continued use of NEEShub.A session for joint presentations and discussion was held at...
27 Jul 2010 | Active Documents
Nickname: The Third International Workshop on Long-Wave Runup ModelsNEES-2006-0123THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON LONG-WAVE RUNUP MODELS that took place June 11-12, 2004 at the Wrigley Marine Science Center of the University of Southern California on Catalina Island, California. The primary...
29 Jul 2010 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Rajesh Thyagarajan
iSeismograph is a telepresence-demonstration and education tool built on top of RDV and Data Turbine. It takes advantage of the in-board video-camera and 3-axis accelerometer built into all new Apple MacBook products to provide a telepresence experience often referred to as ‘Data Turbine in a Can.‘
30 Jul 2010 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Gregory P Rodgers
This document provides information about the NEES web services application programming interface (API) and associated data formats.
30 Jul 2010 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Paul Hubbard, Charles Cowart
All Macintosh laptop computers today are equipped with a 3-axis accelerometer. This built-in accelerometer helps to freeze the hard drive and save its contents if the accelerometer / processor detect a potential impending free-fall of the laptop. Through the Macintosh software framework, the...