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.
Recently Curated Experiments
Quasi-static cyclic testing of a partially-grouted masonry sub-assemblage with a window opening, that was previously damaged, and then repaired with near-surface mounted Glass FRP bars.
Curated: 05/21/15 | DOI:10.4231/D3CZ3260V
The objective of the following study is to analyse the effect of 0.1g and 0.2g magnitude base motions on a deposit of loose partially saturated sand. The degree of saturation of the loose sand is reduced by injection of gas bubbles in the void spaces...
Curated: 05/05/15 | DOI:10.4231/D31V5BF4V
Box was imparted with input base motions of 0.015g, 0.02g, 0.03g and 0.1g provided as artificial sinusoidal motions using actuator assembly at University at Buffalo. Excess pore pressures and settlements in the sand deposit were recorded. The liquefaction...
Induced Partial Saturation 2 (IPS2) is the second set of shaking tests conducted on a loose sand specimen. The specimen was treated with a solution of sodium percarbonate to study the effect of such an injection in liquefaction mitigation. The specimen...
Curated: 05/05/15 | DOI:10.4231/D3SB3X04Z
A 1/3 scale three-story special concentrically braced frame (3SCBF) was subjected to two back-to-back maximum considered earthquake (MCE) ground motions performed quasi-statically using hybrid simulation to investigate the effects of increased column...
Curated: 04/06/15 | DOI:10.4231/D3TB0XW58