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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. Data collected between 1922-1933

    This new, original dataset contains political, social, and demographic data on the city of Tokyo from 1922 until 1933. The unit of analysis is the police jurisdiction or ward, defined by the 39 koban (police boxes) established throughout the city. This...

    Curated: 04/15/14

  2. Post-Katrina New Orleans, 2005 - 2006

    For more info on the project, consult to study description file in the documentation. The codebook accompanying this data has full descriptions of each of the variables, including range, unique values, the number of recorded observations, means, and...

    Curated: 04/15/14

  3. Effect of footing shape on the deformation of rocking foundations

    Previous centrifuge tests have characterized the behavior of rocking foundations on sand and clay, but fewer analyses have been done on the effects of shape ...

    Curated: 04/14/14

  4. NEESR-CR: Earthquake Performance of Full-Scale Reinforced Soil Retaining Walls

    A 20' (6.1 m) tall, 15' (4.6 m) wide geogrid-reinforced modular block type Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) wall was constructed and instrumented within a rigid container, the Large Soil Confinement Box (LSCB), attached to the Large High Performance...

    Curated: 04/02/14

  5. Wall 1 Specimen: 4' Long Straw Bale Wall with Light Detailing Subjected to In-plane Cyclic Loading

    Performed tests of a lightly detailed 4' long straw bale wall assembly with no fishing net reinforcement. Wall was tested on a shake table which was slowly displaced in-plane for 12 load steps according to a cyclic test protocol. The top of wall was...

    Curated: 03/31/14