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NEESR-GC: Seismic Risk Mitigation for Port Systems
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  Experiment-1: Centrifuge test SSK01 on prefabricated vertical drains for liquefaction remediation
Dates: March 06, 2007 - March 09, 2007
Description: This is the first test in a series of three dynamic centrifuge tests designed to evaluate the effectiveness of prefabricated vertical drains in mitigating liquefaction. Centrifuge testing was performed using the 9-m radius centrifuge at the NEES@UCDavis...
Facility: University of California, Davis, CA, United States
University of Texas at Austin, TX, United States


  Experiment-2: Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Colloidal Silica Grout for Liquefaction Remediation
Dates: June 13, 2007 - June 14, 2007
Description:
Facility: Drexel University, PA, United States
University of California, Davis, CA, United States


  Experiment-4: Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Colloidal Silica Grout for Liquefaction Remediation
Dates: November 28, 2007 - November 28, 2007
Description:
Facility: Drexel University, PA, United States
University of California, Davis, CA, United States


  Experiment-5: Centrifuge test RNK01 on prefabricated vertical drains for liquefaction remediation
Dates: January 24, 2008 - January 24, 2008
Description: This is the second test in a series of three dynamic centrifuge tests designed to evaluate the effectiveness of prefabricated vertical drains in mitigating liquefaction. Centrifuge testing was performed using the 9-m radius centrifuge at the NEES@UCDavis...
Facility: University of California, Davis, CA, United States
University of Texas at Austin, TX, United States


  Experiment-6: Shake Table Testing of Container Cranes - Phase I
Dates: August 04, 2008 - August 08, 2008
Description: A 1:20 scale model of a container crane is subjected to two operational level earthquakes, two contingency level earthquakes, and recorded motions from a wharf at the Port of Oakland during the Loma Prieta earthquake. The crane will be constructed out...
Facility: Georgia Institute of Technology, GA, United States
State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, United States


  Experiment-7: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 09:Full Scale/T-Headed Bars/Reference
Dates: September 29, 2006 - October 01, 2007
Description: Specimen 9 was a full scale model of a common, current pile-to-deck connections. It was tested to investigate the effects of scale on performance by comparison to Specimen 6: Precast Pile/Two-Thirds Scale/Axially Loaded/T-Headed Bar. Additionally, Specimen...
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-8: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 10:Full Scale/T-Headed Bars/Unbonded
Dates: September 29, 2006 - October 29, 2007
Description: Specimen 10 was similar to Specimen 9:Full Scale/T-Headed Bars/Reference, except that the T-headed connection steel was unbonded for 15 inches, centered about the end of the pile. Specimen 10 consisted of a precast concrete pile connected to a reinforced...
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-9: Centrifuge test RLH01 on prefabricated vertical drains for liquefaction remediation
Dates: May 07, 2008 - May 09, 2008
Description: This is the third test in a series of three dynamic centrifuge tests designed to evaluate the effectiveness of prefabricated vertical drains in mitigating liquefaction. Centrifuge testing was performed using the 9-m radius centrifuge at the NEES@UCDavis...
Facility: University of California, Davis, CA, United States
Completed Centrifuge Model RLH01

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  Experiment-10: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 01:2/3 Scale/Extended Pile/Outward Bent Dowel
Dates: August 01, 2000 - August 31, 2000
Description: Specimen 1 was a 2/3 scale model of a common, current extended pile-to-deck connection. Specimen 1 consisted of a precast concrete pile which was extended with reinforced concrete and connected with outward bent dowels to a reinforced concrete deck.
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-11: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 05: 2/3 Scale/Inward Bent Dowels/Axial Load
Dates: January 01, 2001 - January 31, 2001
Description: Specimen 5 was a 2/3 scale model of a common pile-to-deck connection. Specimen 5 consisted of a precast concrete pile which connected with inward bent dowels to a reinforced concrete deck. An Axial load was applied.
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-12: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 02: 2/3 Scale/Extended Pile/Outward/Spirals
Dates: September 01, 2000 - September 30, 2000
Description: Specimen 2 was a 2/3 scale model of a common, current extended pile-to-deck connection. Specimen 2 consisted of a precast concrete pile which was extended with reinforced concrete and connected with outward bent dowels to a reinforced concrete deck....
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-13: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 03: 2/3 Scale/Outward Bent Dowels
Dates: October 01, 2000 - October 31, 2000
Description: Specimen 3 was a 2/3 scale model of a common current pile-to-deck connection. Specimen 3 consisted of a precast concrete pile connected with outward bent dowels to a reinforced concrete deck.
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-14: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 04: 2/3 Scale/Outward Bent Dowels/Axial load
Dates: January 01, 2001 - January 31, 2001
Description: Specimen 4 was a 2/3 scale model of a common pile-to-deck connection. Specimen 4 consisted of a precast concrete pile which connected with outward bent dowels to a reinforced concrete deck. An axial load was applied
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-15: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 06: 2/3 Scale/T-Headed Bars/Axial Load
Dates: February 01, 2001 - February 28, 2001
Description: Specimen 6 was a 2/3 scale model of a common pile-to-deck connection. Specimen 6 consisted of a precast concrete pile which connected with T-Headed Bars to a reinforced concrete deck. An Axial load was applied.
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-16: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 07:2/3 Scale/T-Headed Bar/Bond Bar/Axial Load
Dates: February 01, 2001 - February 28, 2001
Description: Specimen 7 was a 2/3 scale model of a common pile-to-deck connection. Specimen 7 consisted of a precast concrete pile which connected with T-Headed Bars and Bond Bars to a reinforced concrete deck. An Axial load was applied.
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-17: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 08:2/3 Scale/Outwardl/Light Deck Reinf/Axial
Dates: February 01, 2001 - February 28, 2001
Description: Specimen 8 was a 2/3 scale model of a common pile-to-deck connection. Specimen 8 consisted of a precast concrete pile which connected with outward bent dowels to a lightly reinforced concrete deck. An Axial load was applied.
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-18: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 11:Full Scale/T-Headed/Unbonded/Cotton Duck
Dates: September 26, 2006 - January 20, 2008
Description: Specimen 11 was similar to Specimen 10:Full Scale/T-Headed Bars/Unbonded, except Cotton Duck Pad was placed between the pile and deck. Specimen 11 consisted of a precast concrete pile connected to a reinforced concrete deck through partial embedment...
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-19: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connections_Specimen 12:Full Scale/T-Headed/Unbonded/CottonDu/Gap
Dates: September 26, 2006 - March 18, 2008
Description: Specimen 12 was similar to Specimen 11:Full Scale/T-Headed/Unbonded, except a gap with foam was placed around the pile at the pile to deck interface. Specimen 12 consisted of a precast concrete pile connected to a reinforced concrete deck through partial...
Facility: University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-20: Seismic Performance of Pile-Wharf Connection Test 13
Dates: December 18, 2008 - December 18, 2008
Description: The seismic performance of precast/prestressed concrete pile-wharf connections was investigated at the University of Illinois Multi-Axial Full-Scale Sub-Structured Testing and Simulations Facility (MUST-SIM)
Facility: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL, United States
University of Washington, WA, United States


  Experiment-22: Shake Table Testing of Container Cranes - Phase II
Dates: November 09, 2009 - December 01, 2009
Description: The goal of the Phase II test was to investigate the response of a 1/10-scale container crane through the measurement of the elastic and inelastic responses and the interaction between flexural behavior and the expected uplift/derailment. Previous studies...
Facility: State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, United States


  Experiment-23: Prefabricated Vertical Drains Field Experiment - Untreated Test Area
Dates: July 21, 2008 - August 02, 2008
Description: Field testing was performed at a site in Conway, South Carolina over a period from 21 July to 02 August 2008. The purpose of this field experiment was to capture the static and dynamic pore water pressure and the three-dimensional (MEMS) acceleration...
Facility: University of Texas at Austin, TX, United States
Installing field instrumentation.

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  Experiment-24: Prefabricated Vertical Field Experiment - Drain-treated Test Area
Dates: August 02, 2008 - August 08, 2008
Description: The field testing was performed at a site in Conway, South Carolina over a period from 02 August to 08 August 2008. The purpose of this field experiment was to capture the static and dynamic pore water pressure and the three-dimensional (MEMS) acceleration...
Facility: University of Texas at Austin, TX, United States
Prefabricated vertical drain.

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