NEES Project Warehouse
The NEES Project Warehouse is the centralized data repository for sharing and publishing earthquake engineering research data
from experimental and numerical studies.
The data in the Project Warehouse are associated with research projects funded by a variety of agencies, including the National Science Foundation (NSF), and include experiments performed at NEES and non-NEES equipment sites.
Recently Curated Experiments
The seismic response of a permanent, cut and cover underground structure was tested in dry, medium dense Nevada sand. This test serves as a baseline experiment. Later tests will place superstructures in close proximity to the underground structure to...
Curated: 08/18/14 | DOI:10.4231/D3JQ0SW10
Purpose of this Large scale centrifuge test is to investigate the properties of cohesionless soil. Properties of cohesionless soil, including shear strength and void ratio distribution was analyzed by both physical and numerical approach. This experiment...
Curated: 08/18/14 | DOI:10.4231/D3X34MS6Q
The model is built with a model scale of N = 65. Model structures were built at 1/65th of the prototype dimensions. The model is equipped with sensors throughout including accelerometers, LVDT’s, strain gages, and pressure sensors on the sides of the...
Curated: 08/18/14 | DOI:10.4231/D3DZ0328H
This test investigated the seismic response of a cut and cover tunnel in close proximity to a mid-rise building (Prototype 12 stories high). Dry Nevada sand with the same relative density (~55%) as the baseline experiments (Experiment 1 & 2) was used...
Curated: 08/18/14 | DOI:10.4231/D39882N7F
The model is built with a model scale of N = 65. Model structures were built at 1/65th of the prototype dimensions. The model is equipped with sensors throughout including accelerometers, LVDT’s, strain gages, and pressure sensors on the sides of...
Curated: 08/18/14 | DOI:10.4231/D35H7BV39