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INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE CONTEST
The first International Bridge Contest took place in 2007. The contest was conceived by Professor Toshikatsu Ichinose from Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan. Initially it included...
Strong, elastic 'smart materials' aid design of earthquake-resistant bridges
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27 Aug 2013 | Notes | Contributor(s): Aurie Swartz, NEES Media Communications
Multiple sources | August 27, 2013 | Online | Article written by NEES 4-Span Bridge Project member and student Misha Rafiee detailing the project and its potential effects on bridge design and...
Smart Materials Improve Earthquake-Resistant Bridge Design
17 Aug 2013 | Notes | Contributor(s): Aurie Swartz, NEES Media Communications
LiveScience | August 17, 2013 | Online | Article written by a student researcher in the NEES 4-Span Bridge Project detailing the project and its potential impact on bridge design and...
Editorial: Investment in its quake lab points way to UNR's future
28 Apr 2013 | Notes | Contributor(s): Aurie Swartz, NEES Media Communications
Reno Gazette-Journal | April 28, 2013
Newspaper and online. Editorial article praises the University of Nevada's expansion of their earthquake laboratory and on-going research, including...
Oct 10 2012
Adaptive Stiffness and Negative Stiffness for Seismic Protection
Reliability and Safety of Suspension Bridge Cables Using Continuous Health Monitoring Data
04 Jan 2011 | Poster | Contributor(s): George Deodatis
Using NEES as a Testbed fo Studying Soil-Foundation-Structure Interaction
23 Aug 2010 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Mehdi Saiidi
Seismic Performance of Bridge Systems with Conventional and Innovative Materials
16 Aug 2010 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Mehdi Saiidi, Ahmed Elgamal