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.
- earthquake (839)
- Soil Resistance (755)
- concrete (647)
- Shake Table (631)
- Multi-Axial Subassemblage Testing (553)
- Elastomeric Structural Damper (479)
- Variable Rate Cone Penetration Test (254)
- Shake Table Testing (208)
- structural health monitoring of pipelines (178)
- damage detection and localization (175)
Recently Curated Experiments
Cyclic tests were conducted on potential material interfaces for a low-cost sliding isolation system for light frame structures. This system uses high-friction interfaces to reduce required design isolation displacements. Dynamic tests are then conducted...
The NSF NEESR project: Enabling the Performance-Based Design of Multi-Story Cold-Formed Steel (CFS) Structures, known simply as CFS-NEES, has entered its final year of research. Testing of two full-scale cold-formed steel framed buildings under seismic...
Curated: 10/01/14 | DOI:10.4231/D3DB7VR05
The objective of this research is to explore and characterize the impact of practical construction details on the cyclic performance of cold-formed steel framed shear walls sheathed with Oriented Strand Board. The specific construction details explored...
Curated: 09/26/14 | DOI:10.4231/D38K74X6S
The series of experiments reported here aims to characterize the hysteretic behavior of the connection between cold-formed steel (CFS) studs and sheathing when subject to in-plane lateral demands. This connection provides the key energy dissipating behavior...
Curated: 09/23/14 | DOI:10.4231/D3K35MF32
A 12.25 inch model was constructed which composed of a base layer, 1.75 inches tall, of cemented overlain by 10.5 inches of Nevada sand placed at 40% relative density. The model was accelerated to 22.5 g's and subject to a series of different base accelerations...