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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.

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Recently Curated Experiments

  1. 40% Relative Density Flat Ground Centrifuge Test #3 with Transient Base Excitation

    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...

    http://nees.org//warehouse/experiment/5155/project/957

    Curated: 09/11/14

  2. Reinforcing Effects of Soil-cement Columns in Liquefiable Sand

    To investigate the shear reinforcement effects of soil-cement columns in liquefiable soil, a series of small centrifuge experiments were carried out at the NEES @ UC Davis, Center for Geotechnical Modeling. In these series of tests, two unimproved baseline...

    http://nees.org//warehouse/experiment/5484/project/1163

    Curated: 09/11/14 | DOI:10.4231/D33775W39

  3. 40% Relative Density Flat Ground Centrifuge Test #2 with Transient Base Excitation

    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...

    http://nees.org//warehouse/experiment/5129/project/957

    Curated: 09/11/14

  4. Specimen W1 with Continuous Longitudinal Reinforcement in the Web and a Repetition of 3 for Each Drift Target

    The main objective of this study is to test the hypothesis that discontinuities in the longitudinal web reinforcement of a structural wall will cause strain concentration in the longitudinal boundary reinforcement. This strain concentration will affect...

    http://nees.org//warehouse/experiment/4494/project/1176

    Curated: 08/26/14 | DOI:10.4231/D34B2X56W

  5. Specimen W2 with Cut-off Longitudinal Reinforcement in the Web and a Repetition of 3 for Each Drift Target

    The main objective of this study is to test the hypothesis that discontinuities in the longitudinal web reinforcement of a structural wall will cause strain concentration in the longitudinal boundary reinforcement. This strain concentration will affect...

    http://nees.org//warehouse/experiment/4537/project/1176

    Curated: 08/26/14 | DOI:10.4231/D30K26C24