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Design of soil and structure compatible yielding to improve system performance
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PI(s): Bruce Lloyd Kutter, Mark Aschheim, Tara Hutchinson, Sashi Kunnath
Dates: October 01, 2009 - March 03, 2014
Facility: University of California, Davis, CA, United States
Organization(s): Santa Clara University, CA, United States
University of California, Davis, CA, United States
University of California, San Diego, CA, United States
Description:
Hundreds of billions of dollars and thousands of lives are at risk when a major earthquake shakes a metropolitan area. Building damage or collapse is one of the primary contributors to the risk. Huge investments are being made to improve performance... (more)
Website(s): project site at nees.ucdavis.edu (view)
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Tags (keywords):
  1. geotechnical centrifuge
  2. earthquake engineering
  3. rocking foundation
  4. SFSI
  5. performance based design
  6. Soil-Structure Interaction
Data Re-use Status: This Project does not reuse data from other projects.