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Earthquake Resliience: Pipeline of Innovation to Keep Water Flowing
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22 Apr 2013 | Notes | Contributor(s): NEES Media Communications, Marti LaChance
DesignBuild Source | April 22, 2013
Story covers research done at NEES to create flexible pipes that do not rupture during earthquakes. See attached PDF.
Los Angeles Tests Water Pipes That Stand Up to Quakes
15 Apr 2013 | Notes | Contributor(s): NEES Media Communications
Wall Street Journal | April 15, 2013 Newspaper and online. Story covers NEES resiliency research and quotes NEES@Cornell researcher Thomas O'Rourke. See attached PDFs.
Earthquake-resilient pipeline to keep water flowing to Los Angeles
12 Mar 2013 | Notes | Contributor(s): NEES Media Communications, Marti LaChance
WaterWorld | March 12, 2013
Covers impact of NEES research to imrove water line resiliency. See attached PDF.
Exciting Earthquake Experiments!
18 Feb 2011 | Multimedia | Contributor(s): NEES EOT
Video discussion of experiments that are taking place as part of the Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation. Designed for elementary school students, this video was created by...
What Does Happen During an Earthquake?
Video discussion of the problems caused by earthquakes, aimed at elementary school students. The video was created by NEES@Cornell and the Sciencenter. Video Length: 00:01:27.
What Makes The Earth Shake?
Video discussion of Plate Tectonics for elementary school students from NEES@Cornell and the Sciencenter. Video Length: 00:01:39.
What's So Special About Pipelines?
Video discussion of experimental setups and testing at NEES sites, including new materials testing for pipelines. Directed toward elementary school students, this video was created by...