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TIPS - Tools to Facilitate Widespread Use of Isolation and Protective Systems, a NEES/E-Defense Collaboration
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PI(s): Keri L Ryan, Stephen Alan Mahin, Gilberto Mosqueda
Dates: October 01, 2007 - September 30, 2012
Facility: State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, United States
University of California, Berkeley, CA, United States
Hyogo Earthquake Engineering Research Center (E-Defense), Miki, Japan
Organization(s): University of Nevada-Reno, NV, United States
Description:
Recent earthquakes have shown that even moderate ground shaking can produce large economic losses and major societal disruptions due to the widespread structural, nonstructural, and contents damage in code compliant buildings. Seismic isolation, in conjunction... (more)
Website(s): NEEStips (view)
Group Space: Project:TIPS - Tools to Facilitate Widespread Use of Isolation and Protective Systems, a NEES/E-Defense Collaboration
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Tags (keywords):
  1. Seismic Isolation
  2. Elastomeric Bearings
  3. triple pendulum bearings
  4. nonstructural systems
  5. steel moment resisting frame
  6. Hybrid Simulation
  7. Shake Table Testing
  8. Impact Testing
  9. Impact
  10. REPEAT Frame
Data Re-use Status: This Project does not reuse data from other projects.