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Code not getting executed
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I am trying to run a pushover analysis code on Workspace, but I’m encountering errors. Please advise. I would be pleased to send you the code too.
how i can modeling a horizontally curved bridge in opensees?
Installation guide for BuildingTclViewer
I am a master structural student,and get interest into BuildingTclViewer for a longtime but i have problem in installing process.I search whole the net but...
Is opensees days 2013 going to be live so that we can watch from webex?
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problem in equalDOF in 2D frame
Centrifuge Modeling for Soil-Pile-Bridge Systems with Numerical Simulations Accounting for Soil-Container-Shaker Interaction
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31 Jul 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): Mahadevan Ilankatharan
Centrifuge testing of soil-pile-bridge systems was conducted using the NEES (Network of Earthquake Engineering Simulation) geotechnical centrifuge at UC Davis. This testing was a part of a...
05 Oct 2012 | Series | Contributor(s): Frank McKenna
Discovering OpenSees: Surfing the waves of OpenSees is a resource for OpenSees users, containing recordings (videos), PPT presentations and accompanying examples from web-based learning series....
Nov 25 2013
Discovering OpenSees -- Load Balancing for Large Parameter Studies, Nov 2013
Nov 26 2013
Dec 14 2011
Discovering OpenSees Series: "Force-based Element vs. Displacement-based Element"
Dec 15 2011
Mar 07 2013
Discovering OpenSees: Surfing the Waves of OpenSees seminar
Mar 27 2013
Jan 30 2013
Discovering OpenSees: Surfing the Waves of OpenSees: Modeling SCBFs Using Beam-column Elements
Jan 31 2013
Oct 24 2012
Getting Started with OpenSees and OpenSees on NEEShub
Oct 25 2012
High Performance Computing on NEEShub
06 Sep 2012 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Gemez Marshall
Slides presented at OpenSees Days 2012 in Berkeley, CA.
OpenSEES is a “software framework for developing applications to simulate the performance of structural and geotechnical systems subjected to earthquakes”. You can run OpenSEES...