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NEEShub 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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|Aug10||Innovative Seismic Retrofits for Resilient Reinforced Concrete Buildings|
PI: Reginald DesRoches
Award: NSF 1041607
|Jun26||Reinforced Concrete Columns Reinforced with High-Strength Steel|
PI: Santiago Pujol
Award: Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute
|Jun21||Mitigating the Risk of Coastal Infrastructure through understanding Tsunami-Structure Interaction and Modeling|
PI: Daniel Cox
Award: NSF 0830378
|Jun04||An Innovative Gap Damper to Control Seismic Isolator Displacements in Extreme Earthquakes|
PI: Keri Ryan
Award: NSF 1101105
|Jun02||Sustainable Highway Bridges with Novel Materials and Deconstructible Components|
PI: Mehdi Saiidi
Award: NSF 1114406
|May05||Seismic Rehabilitation of Substandard Building Structures through Implementation of Stiff Rocking Cores|
PI: Michael Pollino
Award: NSF 1134953
|Apr12||Field Investigation of Shallow Ground Improvement Methods for Inhibiting Liquefaction Triggering; Christchurch, New Zealand|
PI: Kenneth H. Stokoe
Award: NSF 1343524
|Feb23||Lateral Spreading Deformations from Satellite Images and Optical Image Correlation for the 2011 Christchurch Earthquake|
PI: Ellen Rathje