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Previous laboratory testing of T-shaped walls loaded uniaxially along the direction of the stem of the T has indicated that these walls can be detailed using methods similar to those used for rectangular walls. However, multidirectional loading of these walls has not been carried out at large...
28 Jul 2009 | Series
Testing of a half-scale, four story rectangular wall with continuous reinforcement.
10 Feb 2009 | Series
Experiment contributed by Santiago Pujol. This test was part of an experimental program that included a total of eight test assemblies. An assembly consisted of two test specimens joined by a center stub. Each specimen was intended to represent a cantilever column under axial load and a point...
12 Feb 2009 | Series
Experiment contributed by Damon R. FickThe test specimen was a full-scale two-span three-story reinforced concrete flatplate structure consisting of six columns spaced at 20 ft in each direction supporting a 7 in. thick slab. There was a 5 ft cantilevered slab around the perimeter of the...
04 Aug 2009 | Series
Trial 1 for the RWN - Continuous Reinforcement Experiment.
Designed for K-12 viewers, and also those in the general public - this video describes the relationship between shear and torsion - and how this affects the failure of concrete columns. Conducted at the University of Illinois, and funded by the NEES Network - this video is a great example of the...
Voiced over presentations from the OpenSees Days 2010 Workshop sponsored byThe presentations provide a general overview of OpenSees, a getting started overview about programming with the OpenSees Tcl interpreters, details about structural and geotechnical modeling in OpenSees, ...
See the Learning ObjectivesWelcomeThe following challenge explores various issues and opportunities related to designing resilient structures to earthquake activity. You will be following a learning cycle designed to support your inquiry process into the challenge and follow through learning...
07 Sep 2010 | Series | Contributor(s): Shirley Dyke
This collection of modules was produced as a result of the UCIST - NEES partnership.
08 Sep 2010 | Series | Contributor(s): NEES EOT
This series compiles the remote operation modules produced during the UCIST - NEES partnership. Each module contains a lab manual describing how to perform the remote operation and the associated learning objectives, quizzes and answers. These modules make use of the Remote Data Viewer tool - A...