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Find out more about the Simulation Capabilities on the NEEShub
OPENSEES LABORATORY

OPENSEES LABORATORY

Simulation tools developed for use with OpenSees software

Simulation tools developed for use with the OpenSees software. There are 3 basic tool types: 1. Tools for submitting OpenSees…

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STRATA

STRATA

Performs 1D linear-elastic and eqivalent-linear site response analyses

Strata performs one-dimension linear-elastic and eqivalent-linear (SHAKE type) site response analyses using time series or random vibration theory ground motions.

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FRAME3DD

FRAME3DD

Static and dynamic structural analysis of 2D and 3D frames with elastic and geometric stiffness

Static and dynamic structural analysis of 2D and 3D frames with elastic and geometric stiffness

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SAPWOOD

SAPWOOD

Seismic Analysis Package for Woodframe Structures

Analysis program, developed based on the SAWS and CASHEW concepts, aimed at providing a user-friendly software package capable of performing…

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ZEUS-NL

ZEUS-NL

Analysis and simulation platform of the Mid-America Earthquake (MAE) Center.

Analysis and simulation platform of the Mid-America Earthquake (MAE) Center.

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Simulation Capabilities on the NEEShub 

 

The Tools and Computational Models resources allow users to share simulation programs and computational models with the rest of the earthquake engineering community.


Computational Resources available 
through NEEShub 

 

The NEEShub provides access to computational power for running simulation programs through the batchsubmit command either directly on NEEShub or on High Performance Computing resources such as Open Science Grid or XSEDE.


Highlighted Computational Programs

Happening Right Now 

  • The NEEShub cyberinfrastructure is the nation’s central location for earthquake engineers to share data and conduct simulations. Just in the last year, more than 145,000 researchers accessed the NEEShub’s 68 online tools and data, and more than 1,300 NEEShub users ran over 48,000 jobs.

    Users can launch simulations in the NEEShub, directly accessing a broad array of hardware ranging from virtual machines to supercomputers.

    Tools in especially high demand include:
    OpenSEES Laboratory
    NONLIN
    SAP2000
    BuildTcl
    SAPWood
    Pocketstatics