Conference Program

Download the 11NCEE Print Program PDF

You can view the daily program by clicking on any of the above session types or click on "Search Presentations" to see a list of all conference presentations. You can also search the entire program by author, paper id, or keywords using the search box above. If you have any concerns about the program please contact 11ncee@eeri.org.

Tuesday 26-Jun-18: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

TT001. Critical Infrastructure 1: Hospitals and SchoolsCritical Infrastructure (hospitals, schools, power plants, dams, ports)

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Beaudry A

MODERATOR: Andre Barbosa, Oregon State University;

CO-MODERATOR: Judith Mitrani-Reiser, NIST;

DESCRIPTION: This session focuses on modeling of critical infrastructure such as hospitals and schools. It includes both structural performance and functionality modeling with the objectives of creating a resilient infrastructure.

Computing Hospital System Resilience: A Supply-Demand Perspective (ID 1533)
Luis Ceferino, Stanford University; Anne Kiremidjian, Stanford University; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University; Judith Mitrani-Reiser, Johns Hopkins University;
Download Presentation   Download Presentation   Download paper

Analyzing Interdependent Critical Infrastructure in PostEarthquake Urban Reconstruction (ID 1624)
Saeed Nozhati, Colorad State University; Bruce Ellingwood, Colorado State University; Hussam Mahmoud, Colorado State University; John van De Lindt, Colorado State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Comparing Resilience Rating Systems: Assessing Post-Earthquake Hospital Functionality (ID 896)
Megan Boston, Southern Utah University; Judith Mitrani-Reiser, Johns Hopkins University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Resilience Quantification of a Steel Hospital Subjected to Earthquake Loading (ID 1371)
Emad Hassan, ; Hussam Mahmoud, Colorado State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Cascadia Earthquakes: Preparing Coastal Hospitals (ID 357)
Yumei Wang, Oregon Dept Geology & Mineral Industries; Beth DePew, Oregon Health Authority; Kathryn Richer, Multnomah County; Susan Lamb, Oregon Health Authority;
Download Presentation   Download Presentation   Download paper

Shake Table Testing of a Full-Scale Low-Rise Wood Frame School Building in British Columbia (ID 1189)
Mehrtash Motamedi, University of British Columbia; Armin Bebamzadeh, University of British Columbia; Carlos Ventura, University of British Columbia; Graham Taylor, TBG Seismic Consultants; Martin Turek, University of British Columbia;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT002. Damping and Dissipation 1Seismic Isolation, Energy Dissipation and Control Systems

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Beverly

MODERATOR: Jeffrey Berman, University of Washington;

DESCRIPTION: Design, numerical and experimental investigation of damping devices

Optimum Dynamic Response Control Approach for Building Mass Damper Design (ID 102)
Shiang-Jung Wang, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Bo-Han Lee, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Jenn-Shin Hwang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology; Kuo-Chun Chang, National Taiwan University; Wang-Chuen Lin, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Wei-Chu Chuang, University of Michigan;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Performance of ASCE 7-16 Designed Damped Buildings Subjected to Large Earthquakes (ID 163)
Amir Gilani, Miyamoto International; H Kit Miyamoto, Miyamoto International;
Download paper

Seismic Performance Evaluation of Building Structures Using Stud-Type Dampers (ID 586)
Po-Chien Hsiao, National Chung Hsing University; Wei-Chieh Liao, National Chung Hsing University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Performance of Full-Scale Viscoelastic Dampers Under Beyond Design Deformation (ID 588)
Chung Han Yu, National Taiwan University; I Chen Chiu, National Taiwan University; Kuo Chun Chang, National Taiwan University; Shiang Jung Wang, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Adaptive Approximation of Rate-Independent Linear Damping for Low-Frequency Structures (ID 730)
Brian Phillips, University of Maryland; Ashkan Keivan, University of Maryland; Kohju Ikago, Tohoku University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Hybrid Re-Centring Viscous Dissipaters: Spectral Analysis and Experimental Validation (ID 1015)
Farzin Golzar, University of Canterbury; Geoffrey Rodgers, University of Canterbury; J. Geoffrey Chase, University of Canterbury;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT003. Seismic Hazard AssessmentSeismic Hazard Assessment

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Palos Verdes

MODERATOR: Warner Marzocchi, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia;

CO-MODERATOR: John Anderson, University of Nevada Reno;

DESCRIPTION: This session will feature research on the topic of seismic hazard assessment.

A Unified Probabilistic Framework for Testing Seismic Hazard Analysis (ID 1213)
Warner Marzocchi, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia; Thomas Jordan, University of Southern California;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Addressing Seismic Hazard and Design Issues in the Portland, Oregon Metropolitan Area (ID 491)
Ivan Wong, Lettis Consultants International; Nick Paveglio, GeoDesign Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Sensitivity of the Seismic Hazard in Western Nevada to the Mount Rose and Carson Range Faults (ID 711)
John Anderson, University of Nevada;
Download Presentation   Download paper

An Integrated Platform for Seismic Hazard Evaluation (ID 200)
Gabriel Candia, Universidad del Desarrollo; Carolina Magna-Verdugo, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez; Jorge Macedo, University of California Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analyses for Mapping Liquefaction and Landslide Hazards (ID 753)
Chuck Real, California Geological Survey; Michael Silva, California Geological Survey; Rui Chen, California Geological Survey; Timothy McCrink, California Geological Survey;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Clark County Earthquake Parcel Map Vs30 Effects on Predictions of Shaking for Las Vegas (ID 1477)
John Louie, University of Nevada, Reno; Aasha Pancha, Aurecon Group; L. Travis West, Optim; Satish Pullammanappallil, ;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT004. Non-Structural Components and Systems 1Non-Structural Components and Systems

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita AB

MODERATOR: Hamidreza Anajafi, University of New Hampshire;

CO-MODERATOR: Tal Feinstein, UC Berkeley;

DESCRIPTION: This session features research on non-structural components and systems.

Experimental Performance of Floor Mounted Nonstructural Components Under Seismic Loading (ID 1296)
Tal Feinstein, UC Berkeley; Stephen Mahin, UC Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Aftershock Fragility Analysis of Restrained Nonstructural Components (ID 1603)
Jieun Hur, Ohio State University; Abdollah Shafieezadeh, Ohio State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Evaluation of Drywall Partition Walls Integrated with a Timber Rocking Wall (ID 115)
Hamed Hasani, University of Nevada Reno; Alia Amer, Lehigh University; James Ricles, Lehigh University; Keri Ryan, University of Nevada Reno; Richard Sause, Lehigh University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT005. Ground Motion Modeling 1Ground Motion Modeling, Directivity, Spatial Correlation

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita C

MODERATOR: Yousef Bozorgnia, UC Berkeley;

CO-MODERATOR: Zeynep Gulerce, Middle East Technical University;

DESCRIPTION: This session will feature research on ground motion modeling, directivity, and spatial correlation.

NGA-Subduction Research Program (ID 1705)
Yousef Bozorgnia, University of California, Los Angeles; Annie Kwok, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; Brian Chiou, Caltrans; Chen Ji, UC Santa Barbara; David Boore, USGS; Dong Youp Kwak, Hanynag University; Gail Atkinson, Western University; Grace Parker, UCLA; Harold Magistrale, FM Global; Hongjun Si, ; I.M. Idriss, UC Davis; Jonathan Stewart, UCLA; Katie Wooddell, PG&E; Kenneth Campbell, CoreLogic, Inc.; Melanie Walling, Walling Consulting; Nick Gregor, Bechtel Corporation; Nicolas Kuehn, UC Berkeley; Norman Abrahamson, UC Berkeley; Po-Shen Lin, Sinotech Engineering Consultants; Ralph Archuleta, UC Santa Barbara; Robert Darragh, PEA; Robert Youngs, AMEC; Ronnie Kamai, Ben-Gurion University; Saburoh Midorikawa, Tokyo Tech; Sean Ahdi, UCLA; Sifat Muin, UC Berkeley; Silvia Mazzoni, UC Berkeley; Tadahiro Kishida, UC Berkeley; Timothy Ancheta, RMS; Victor Contreras, UCLA; Walter Silva, PEA; Zeynep Gulerce, Middle East Technical University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

NGA-Sub Ground Motion Database (ID 1402)
Annie On-Lei Kwok, National Taiwan University; Brian Chiou, California Department of Transportation; David Boore, ; Dong Youp Kwak, Hanynag University; Harold Magistrale, FM Global; Hongjun Si, Tokyo Institute of Technology; Jonathan Stewart, University of California, Los Angeles; Kathryn Wooddell, University of California, Berkeley; Kenneth Campbell, CoreLogic, Inc.; Nick Gregor, Consultant; Nicolas Kuehn, University of California, Berkeley; Norman Abrahamson, University of California, Berkeley; Po-Shen Lin, Sinotech Engineering Consultants, Inc.; Robert Darragh, Pacific Engineering and Analysis; Robert Youngs, Amec Foster Wheeler; Saburoh Midorikawa, Tokyo Institute of Technology; Sean Ahdi, University of California, Los Angeles; Sifat Muin, University of California, Berkeley; Silvia Mazzoni, University of California, Berkeley; Tadahiro Kishida, University of California, Berkeley; Timothy Ancheta, Risk Management Solutions, Inc.; Victor Contreras, University of California, Los Angeles; Walter Silva, Pacific Engineering and Analysis; Yousef Bozorgnia, University of California, Los Angeles;
Download Presentation   Download paper

A Look at Scaling of Ground Motion with Magnitude from Intraslab Earthquakes (ID 792)
Ralph Archuleta, University of California Santa Barbara; Chen Ji, University of California Santa Barbara;
Download Presentation   Download paper

New Earthquake Classification Approaches for the NGA-Subduction Project (ID 1275)
Kathryn Wooddell, PG&E;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Preliminary Ground Motion Model for Subduction Earthquakes Based on NGA-Sub Japan Database (ID 648)
Norman Abrahamson, Pacific Gas and Electricity; Zeynep Gulerce, Middle East Technical University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

NGA-East: A Ground Motion Characterization Model for Central and Eastern North America (ID 1871)
Christine Goulet, University of Southern California; Gail Atkinson, Western University; Linda Al Atik, Al Atik Consulting; Nicolas Kuehn, UC Berkeley; Norman Abrahamson, UC Berkeley; Robert Graves, USGS; Robert Youngs, Amec Foster Wheeler; Yousef Bozorgnia, University of California, Los Angeles;
Download Presentation   Download Presentation   Download paper

TT006. Improving Design Provisions for Structural SystemsBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Santa Barbara

MODERATOR: James Malley, Degenkolb. Engineers;

CO-MODERATOR: Bruce Maison, Consulting Engineer;

DESCRIPTION: Research involving evaluation of Seismic Provisions and existing buildings standards

Changes to AISC 341-16 - Seismic Provisions for Structural Steel Buildings (ID 95)
James Malley, Degenkolb Engineers; Leigh Arber, American Institute of Steel Construction;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Using FEMA P695 to Interpret ASCE 41 Seismic Performance of Special Moment Frames (ID 460)
Matthew Speicher, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Jazalyn Dukes, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Kevin Wong, National Institute of Standards and Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Importance of Loading Protocols in Developing ASCE 41-17 Backbone Curves (ID 409)
Bruce Maison, Consulting Engineer; Matthew Speicher, National Institute of Standards and Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Quantitative Assessment of Code Provisions for Vertical Irregularities in Frame Buildings (ID 610)
Curt Haselton, California State University, Chico; David Debock, California State University, Chico; Dustin Cook, Haselton Baker Risk Group; Katherine Wade, Haselton Baker Risk Group; Michael Valley, Magnusson Klemencic Associates; Thomas Sabol, Englekirk Structural Engineers;
Download Presentation   Download paper

ATC-123: Improving Seismic Design of Buildings with Configuration Irregularities -- Overview and Findings (ID 808)
Michael Valley, Magnusson Klemencic Associates; Charlie Kircher, Kircher & Associates; Curt Haselton, California State University, Chico; Farzad Naeim, Naeim, Inc.; Laura Lowes, University of Washington; Mai Tong, FEMA; Rafael Sabelli, Walter P Moore; Thomas Sabol, Englekirk Institutional; Veronic Cedillos, Applied Technology Council;
Download Presentation   Download paper

New Studies to Assess and Improve Seismic Torsion Design Provisions (ID 1125)
David (Jared) DeBock, California State University, Chico; Michael Valley, Magnusson Klemencic Associates;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Tuesday 26-Jun-18: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

TT007. Critical Infrastructure 2Critical Infrastructure (hospitals, schools, power plants, dams, ports)

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Beaudry A

MODERATOR: Hussam Mahmoud, Colorado State University;

DESCRIPTION: This critical infrastructure session is essentially subdivided into two major themes: Theme 1 focuses on numerical methods for hospitals and other critical infrastructure and theme 2 focuses on soil/embankment stability in earthquakes.

Comparative Loss Assessment of a Steel Hospital Using Multi-Resolution Numerical Models (ID 1369)
Hussam Mahmoud, Colorado State University; Emad Hassan, ;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Evaluating Accuracy of the MOTEMS and ASCE/COPRI 61-14 Substitute Structure Method (ID 1885)
Rakesh Goel, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Design of Data Centers for Tier III and Tier IV Resilience: Project Examples (ID 1266)
Seref Samil Polat, Emlak Konut Gyo; Baris Erkus, Istanbul Technical University; Huseyin Darama, Arup;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Numerical Simulation of the Dynamic Response of Rail Ballast with Tire-Derived Aggregates (ID 1337)
Fariborz Tehrani, California State University, Fresno; Arezoo Sadrinezhad, California State University, Fresno; Mahsa Shafaei Bajestani, Tarbiat Modares University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Stability Evaluation of Deep Foundation System for Aqueducts in Sacramento San-Joaquin Delta, California (ID 1510)
Yogesh Prashar, EBMUD; Marshall McLeod, EBMUD; Sara Chalian, EBMUD;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Cylindrical RC Containment Structures Under Seismic Loading (ID 484)
Thomas Hsu, University of Houston; C. H. Luu, RPS Group - Infrastructures; Y. L. Mo, University of Houston;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT008. Bridges 1: Innovative Seismic Design and Protection of BridgesBridge Structures

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Beaudry B

MODERATOR: Jian Zhang, UCLA;

DESCRIPTION: This session focuses on innovative devices and methods to improve the seismic performance of bridges

Seismic Performance of Steel Bridge Piers with Shape Memory Alloy in Plastic Hinge Length (ID 184)
Shuai Li, Southeast University; Ahmad Rahmzadeh, The University of British Columbia; M. Shahria Alam, The University of British Columbia;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Response of Bridge Superstructures Considering Vertical Ground Accelerations (ID 955)
Hartanto Wibowo, Iowa State University; Sri Sritharan, Iowa State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Elastic Versus Ductile Seismic Design Concept for Shear Keys in In-Span Hinges of Multi-Frame Bridges (ID 105)
Arash E. Zaghi, University of Connecticut ; Masoud Mehrraoufi, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Fragility of a Long-Span Cable-Stayed Bridge Isolated by SMA Wire-Based Lead Rubber Bearings (ID 580)
Shuai Li, Southeast University; Hedayati Dezfuli Farshad, University of British Columbia; Jingquan Wang, Southeast University; M. Shahria Alam, University of British Columbia;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Collapse Capacity Assessment of Retrofitted Skewed Bridges with Buckling Restrained Braces (ID 1086)
Yuandong Wang, BHB Structural Engineers; Chris Pantelides, University of Utah; Luis Ibarra, University of Utah;
Download Presentation   Download paper

An Earthquake-Resistant Precast Bridge Substructure System Utilizing Socket Connections (ID 703)
Zhao Cheng, Iowa State University; Jeramy Ashlock, Iowa State University; Sri Sritharan, Iowa State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT009. Damping and Dissipation 2Seismic Isolation, Energy Dissipation and Control Systems

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Beverly

MODERATOR: Walaa Eltahawy, University of Nevada Reno;

CO-MODERATOR: Kazuhiko Kasai, Tokyo Tech;

DESCRIPTION: Design, numerical and experimental investigation of damping devices.

Control Strategy for Liquid Spring - MR Damper for Vertical Isolation (ID 933)
Walaa Eltahawy, University of Nevada, Reno; Faramarz Gordaninejad, University of Nevada, Reno; Keri Ryan, University of Nevada, Reno; Sevki Cesmeci, University of Nevada, Reno;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Design Considerations for Tolerance in End Connections of Viscous Damping Devices (ID 1097)
Arrik Montijo, University of California, San Diego; Alireza Sarebanha, UC San Diego; Gilberto Mosqueda, UC San Diego;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Simplified Design Method for Frames with Nonlinear Viscous Dampers (ID 1890)
Kazuhiro Kasai, Tokyo Tech; Kiyoshi Tanaka, GAKUJI Kozo Giken; Masato Nishijima, Tokyo Institute of Technology; Shanshan Wang, Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance; Steve Mahin, Univ. of California, Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Optimization of On-Off Dampers for Reducing Collision of Base-Isolated Buildings with Retaining Walls (ID 1227)
Akiko Kishida, Kobe University; Kenzo Taga, Kobe University; Uiko Ueda, Kobe University; Yuki Yamashita, Kobe University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Simplified Modeling for Two-Directional Behavior of High Damping Rubber Isolation Bearings (ID 1888)
Kazuhiro Kasai, Tokyo Tech; Nobuo Masaki, Bridgestone Corporation; Nobuo Murota, Bridgestone Corporation; Takahiro Mori, Bridgestone Corporation;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Optimizing Protective Devices of Bridges Using Probabilistic Repair Cost Ratio: A Case Study (ID 1466)
Jian Zhang, UCLA; Yazhou Xie, UCLA;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT010. Ground Motion Modeling/Seismic HazardGround Motion Modeling, Directivity, Spatial Correlation

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Palos Verdes

MODERATOR: Dong Youp Kwak, Hanyang University;

DESCRIPTION: This session will feature research on the topics of ground motion modeling and seismic hazard.

VS Profile Database and Proxy-Based Model for VS30 Prediction in Chile for NGA-Subduction (ID 1473)
Victor Contreras, University of California, Los Angeles; Francisco Ruz, Ruz & Vukasovic Engineers; Jonathan Stewart, University of California, Los Angeles; Sean Ahdi, University of California, Los Angeles;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Incorporation of Site-Specific Attenuation Model Using Kappa in Broadband Simulations (ID 432)
John Anderson, University of Nevada Reno; Ramin Motamed, University of Nevada Reno; Swasti Saxena, University of Nevada Reno;
Download Presentation   Download paper

A Method of Linear Combination of Multiple Models for Epistemic Uncertainty Minimization (ID 814)
Dong Youp Kwak, Hanyang University; Emel Seyhan, Risk Management Solutions, Inc.; Tadahiro Kishida, Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Peak and Residual Drift Estimations for SDOF Bilinear Systems Against Impulsive Earthquakes (ID 310)
Zhan Shu, Tongi University; Hanlin Dong, Tongji University; Jian Zhang, UCLA;
Download Presentation   Download paper

3-D Reconstructions and Numerical Simulations of Precarious Rocks in Southern California (ID 1135)
Christine Wittich, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; David Sandwell, University of California, San Diego; John DeSanto, University of California, San Diego; Tara Hutchinson, University of California, San Diego;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Safety Factors of Buried, Steel Natural Gas Pipelines Under Asynchronous Earthquake Motion (ID 1782)
Anastasios Sextos, University of Bristol; Nikolaos Psyrras, University of Bristol; Oh-Sung Kwon, University of Toronto; Simos Gerasimidis, University of Massachusetts Amherst;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT011. Learning From Earthquakes 1: Structural ObservationsLessons Learned from Recent Earthquakes, Post-Earthquake Assessment and Response

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: San Gabriel

MODERATOR: Dawn Lehman, University of Washington;

DESCRIPTION: This session provides lessons learned from reconnaissance efforts around the globe. The emphasis of this session will be on structural aspects of earthquake damage observations.

Evaluation of RC Frame Buildings Damaged in 2016 Meinong Earthquake in Southern Taiwan (ID 341)
Dawn Lehman, University of Washington;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Testing of Reinforced Concrete Walls in Pre-1970s Multi-Storey Buildings (ID 260)
Kenneth Elwood, The University of Auckland; Richard Henry, The University of Auckland; Tongyue Zhang, The University of Auckland;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Comparison of Seismic Vulnerable Indices by Building Data of the 2016 Taiwan Earthquake (ID 1372)
Santiago Pujol, Purdue University; Shyh-Jiann Hwang, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Tsung-Chih Chiou, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering;
Download Presentation   Download paper

NCh2369 Earthquake Resistant Design of Industrial Facilities Provisions for Wind Farms. (ID 1706)
Dania Valdivia, EQCO Earthquake Engineering Consultants; Ernesto Cruz, EQCO Earthquake Engineering Consultants;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Evaluation of Three RC Buildings Damaged During 2016 Taiwan Earthquake Using ASCE 41 (ID 501)
Daninel Zapeda, Degenkolb Engineers; Garrett Hagen, Degenkolb Engineers; Insung Kim, Degenkolb Engineers; Jiun-Wei Lai, Degenkolb Engineers; Kirk Johnston, Degenkolb Engineers; Shyh-Jiann Hwang, National Taiwan University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT012. Non-Structural Components and Systems 2Non-Structural Components and Systems

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita AB

MODERATOR: Quincy Ma, The University of Auckland;

CO-MODERATOR: Miguel Jaimes, Instituto de Ingeniería UNAM;

DESCRIPTION: This session features research on non-structural components and systems.

Effects of Supporting Building Characteristics on Nonstructural Component Acceleration Demands (ID 574)
Ricardo Medina, University of New Hampshire; Hamidreza Anajafi, University of New Hampshire;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Modelling Rocking Behaviour Using Physics Engine Simulation (ID 1443)
Quincy Ma, The University of Auckland; Miguel Montalla, The University of Auckland; Sahil Parshottam, The University of Auckland;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Overturning Risk of Rigid Electric Equipment During Mexican Earthquakes (ID 20)
Gabriel Candia, Universidad del Desarrollo; Miguel Jaimes, Instituto de Ingeniería UNAM;
Download paper

Seismic Performance of CPVC Sprinkler Pipes (ID 92)
Jochen Carl, FM Global; Harold Magistrale, FM Global; Zheng Peng, FM Global;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Shaking Table Qualification Test of Granite Cladding with Dowel Pin Anchorage (ID 227)
Baofeng Huang, Nanjing Tech University; Khalid Mosalam, University of California, Berkeley; Wensheng Lu, Tongji University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Problems for Vibration-Sensitive Research Posed by Oklahoma's Increased Seismicity (ID 1506)
Hal Amick, Colin Gordon Associates; Steven Lank, Colin Gordon Associates;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT013. Ground Motion Modeling 2Ground Motion Modeling, Directivity, Spatial Correlation

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita C

MODERATOR: Melanie Walling, Walling Consultants;

CO-MODERATOR: Sanaz Rezaeian, USGS;

DESCRIPTION: This session will feature research on ground motion modeling, directivity, and spatial correlation.

A Ground-Motion Model Using NGA-Subduction Database (ID 1701)
Yousef Bozorgnia, University of California, Los Angeles; Kenneth Campbell, CoreLogic, Inc.; Nick Gregor, Bechtel Corporation; Nicolas Kuehn, UC Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Preliminary NGA-Subduction Global Ground Motion Model with Regional Adjustment Factors (ID 1680)
Grace Parker, University of California Los Angeles; Behzad Hassani, Western University; David Boore, United States Geological Survey; Gail Atkinson, Western University; Jonathan Stewart, University of California Los Angeles;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Development of NGA-Sub Ground Motion Model in Japan for 5%-Damped Pseudo-Spectral Acceleration (ID 615)
Hongjun Si, Tokyo Institute of Technology; Saburoh Midorikawa, Tokyo Institute of Technology; Tadahiro Kishida, UC Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Ground-Motion Duration Model for Subduction Earthquakes (ID 623)
Melanie Walling, GeoEngineers, Inc; Nicholas Kuehn, U.C. Berkeley PEER; Norm Abrahamson, U.C. Berkeley; Silvia Mazzoni, U.C. Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Spectral Damping Scaling Factors for Subduction Interface and Intraslab Earthquakes (ID 751)
Sanaz Rezaeian, USGS; Tadahiro Kishida, UC Berkeley; Yousef Bozorgnia, University of California, Los Angeles ;
Download Presentation   Download paper

A Non-Ergodic Ground-Motion Model for Japan (ID 1623)
Nicolas Kuehn, University of California, Berkeley; Norman Abrahamson, University of California, Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT014. Reinforced Concrete WallsBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Santa Barbara

MODERATOR: Anastasios Tsiavos, ETH Zurich;

CO-MODERATOR: Saman Abdullah, University of California Los Angeles;

DESCRIPTION: This session encourages a further understanding of RC walls' behavior in light of experimental and analytical studies.

Evaluation of Shear Wall Structures Using a Constant Yield Displacement Procedure (ID 1195)
Anastasios Tsiavos, ETH Zurich; Bozidar Stojadinovic, ETH Zurich;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Design of Slender Reinforced Concrete Structural Walls (ID 1861)
Amin Safdari, University of California: Los Angeles; John Wallace, University of California, Los Angeles;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Contribution of Coupling Elements to the Seismic Axial Load Demands in Walls of RC Buildings (ID 778)
Lilibeth Ramos, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; Matias Hube, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Drift Capacity Prediction of RC Structural Walls with Special Boundary Elements (ID 1803)
Saman Abdullah, University of California Los Angeles; John Wallace, University of California Los Angeles;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Experimental Response of T-Shape RC Walls - Effect of Confinement and Discontinuity (ID 979)
Fernando Muñoz, University of Chile; Fabian Rojas, University of Chile; Leonardo Massone, University of Chile; Marcos Silva, University of Chile; Mario Ruiz, University of Chile;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Performance of Slender C-Shaped Walls Subjected to Uni- And Bi-Directional Loading (ID 1307)
Andrew Mock, Stantec; Anahid Behrouzi, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo; Daniel Kuchma, Tufts University; Dawn Lehman, University of Washington; Laura Lowes, University of Washington;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Tuesday 26-Jun-18: 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

TT016. Bridges 2: Advanced Analysis Methods for BridgesBridge Structures

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Beaudry B

MODERATOR: Shahria Alam, University of British Columbia;

CO-MODERATOR: Mervyn Kowalsky, NC State;

DESCRIPTION: This session highlights the advanced analysis methods for moving toward performance-based bridge engineering

Adaptive IMs for Improved Seismic Demand Modeling of Highway Bridge Portfolios (ID 209)
Ao Du, Rice University; Abdollah Shafieezadeh, Ohio State University; Jamie Padgett, Rice University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Behavior of Polyurethane-Enhanced Bridge Columns (ID 1349)
Mohammad Nikoukalam, Texas A&M University; Petros Sideris, Texas A&M University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Probabilistic Seismic Evaluation of Highway Bridges with Rocking Column-Foundation (ID 1467)
Jian Zhang, UCLA; Yazhou Xie, UCLA;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Quantifying the Seismic Resilience of Bridges: A Pathway Towards a Resilience-Based Design (ID 708)
Ana Sarkis Fernandez, University of Canterbury; Alessandro Palermo, University of Canterbury; Gian Paolo Cimellaro, Politecnico di Torino; Omar Kammouh, Politecnico di Torino;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Inelastic Response Evaluation of Precast Composite Columns Under Seismic Loads (ID 1148)
Mohamed ElGawady, Missouri University of Science and Technology; Mohanad Abdulazeez, Missouri University of Science and Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Capacity-Based Inelastic Displacement Spectrum for Reinforced Concrete Bridge Columns (ID 1179)
Ping-Hsiung Wang, NCREE, Taiwan; Kuo-Chun Chang, National Taiwan University; Yu-Chen Ou, National Taiwan University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT017. Seismic Isolation 1Seismic Isolation, Energy Dissipation and Control Systems

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Beverly

MODERATOR: Ezra Jampole, Exponent;

CO-MODERATOR: Subhayan De, University of Southern California;

DESCRIPTION: Design, numerical and experimental investigation of seismic isolation systems

Collapse in Sliding Isolated MRFs Considering Different Design Methodologies (ID 122)
Yu Bao, McMaster University; Tracy Becker, McMaster University;
Download paper

Effective Incremental Ground Velocity: An IM to Estimate Sliding Isolation Displacement (ID 315)
Ezra Jampole, Exponent; Eduardo Miranda, Stanford University; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

ASCE 7-16 Lateral Forces for Static Design of Base-Isolated Buildings (ID 702)
Martin Button, Button Engineering; Keri Ryan, University of Nevada, Reno; Ron Mayes, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Analyzing the Heating Effects of Lead Rubber Bearings for a Seismically Isolated Structure (ID 891)
Gilberto Mosqueda, University of California: San Diego; Joaquin Marquez, University of California: San Diego;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Model Validation of a 4 Story Base Isolated Building Using Seismic Shake-Table Experiments (ID 1749)
Subhayan De, University of Southern California; Erik Johnson, University of Southern California; Steven Wojtkiewicz, Clarkson University; Tianhao Yu, University of Southern California;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT018. Seismicity, Earthquake Source, Earthquake Geology, Tectonics, Faults, and Large EarthquakesSeismicity, Earthquake Sources, and Earthquake Geology

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Palos Verdes

MODERATOR: David Jackson, UCLA;

DESCRIPTION: Research which discusses seismicity, earthquake sources, earthquake geology, tectonics, faults, or large earthquakes.

Probabilistic Fault Displacement Hazard Analysis Methods Applied in the U.S. (ID 482)
Mark Petersen, USGS; Rui Chen, California Geological Survey;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Fault Displacement Hazard Analysis Methods and Strategies for Pipelines (ID 677)
Stephen Thompson, Lettis Consultants International, Inc.; Bronson Ingemansson, Pacific Gas & Electric Co.; Chris Madugo, Pacific Gas & Electric Company; Mehrshad Ketabdar, Southern California Gas Company; Nora Lewandowski, Lettis Consultants International, Inc.; Scott Lindvall, Lettis Consultants International, Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Characterizing the Los Angeles Aqueduct Crossing of the San Andreas Fault for Improved Earthquake Resilience (ID 687)
Scott Lindvall, Lettis Consultants International, Inc.; Christopher Heron, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; Craig Davis, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; James Chestnut, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; Jeffrey Tyson, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; Kevin Mass, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; Scott Kerwin, Amec Foster Wheeler;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Constraints of the Palos Verdes Fault Zone to New Outfall Tunnel, Southern California (ID 1604)
Phillip Hogan, Fugro USA, Inc.; Joshua Goodman, Fugro USA, Inc.; Thomas Rockwell, San Diego State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Characterizing Cook Inlet Fold Structures for Seismic Hazard Assessment in Anchorage, Alaska, USA (ID 635)
Eric Cannon, Golder Associates Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Testing Common Assumptions Used in Earthquake Forecasts (ID 1703)
David Jackson, UCLA;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT019. Learning From Earthquakes 2: Advancements in Reconnaissance Technology & AnalysisLessons Learned from Recent Earthquakes, Post-Earthquake Assessment and Response

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: San Gabriel

MODERATOR: Paolo Zimmaro, University of California Los Angeles;

CO-MODERATOR: Shideh Dashti, University of Colorado;

DESCRIPTION: This session features knowledge gained from earthquake reconnaissance efforts via statistical analyses, technological advancements, novel imaging processes and ID algorithms to enable fast recovery of earthquake data and damage.

Trends of Severe Building Damage Observed After Seven Different Earthquakes. (ID 1260)
Damon Fick, Montana State University; Maxim Johnson, C&H Engineering and Surveying, Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

The 2016 Central Italy Earthquakes Sequence: Observations of Incremental Building Damage (ID 1784)
Anastasios Sextos, University of Bristol; Armando Simonelli, University of Sannio; Jonathan Stewart, University of California Los Angeles; Paolo Zimmaro, University of California Los Angeles; Raffaele De Risi, University of Bristol;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Lessons Learned from Recent Rapid Imaging of Earthquake Ruptures with Satellite Geodesy (ID 1324)
Eric Fielding, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology; Angelyn Moore, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology; Cunren Liang, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology; Hook Hua, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology; Mark Simons, California Institute of Technology; Mong-Han Huang, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology; Piyush Agram, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology; Sang-Ho Yun, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology; Susan Owen, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

UAV-Based Reconnaissance and Analysis of a Large Seismic-Induced Landslide in Central Italy (ID 257)
Antonio Santo, Universita degli Studi di Napoli Gederico II, Reluis Consortium; Benjamin Barrett, Brigham Young University; Filiberto Chiabrando, Politecnico di Torino; Jenny Blonquist, Brigham Young University; Kevin Franke, Brigham Young University; Robert Kayen, USGS / UCLA;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Automating Visual Data Processing to Support Post-Earthquake Reconnaissance (ID 1499)
Shirley Dyke, Purdue University; Alana Lund, Purdue University; Bedrich Benes, Purdue University; Chul Min Yeum, Purdue University; Chungwook Sim, University Nebraska Lincoln; Julio Ramirez, Purdue University; Santiago Pujol, Purdue University; Thomas Hacker, Purdue University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Sampling and Machine Learning Methods for a Rapid Earthquake Loss Assessment System (ID 649)
Božidar Stojadinović, ETH Zurich; Dejan Mariknović, University of Belgrade; Miloš Kovačević, University of Belgrade; Zoran Stojadinović, University of Belgrade;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT020. Ground Motion Modeling 3Ground Motion Modeling, Directivity, Spatial Correlation

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita C

MODERATOR: Ricardo Taborda, University of Memphis;

CO-MODERATOR: Jack Baker, Stanford University;

DESCRIPTION: This session will feature research on ground motion modeling, directivity, and spatial correlation.

Deterministic Analysis Within the UCERF3 Seismic Source Characterization for California (ID 1261)
Linda Al Atik, Consultant; Nick Gregor, Consultant; Silvia Mazzoni, University of California, Berkeley; Yousef Bozorgnia, vUniversity of California, Los Angeles ;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Directivity Centering of GMPEs and of Directivity Models (ID 969)
Badie Rowshandel, CEA / CGS;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Influence of the Built Environment on the Ground Motion and Its Variability (ID 1282)
Ricardo Taborda, University of Memphis; Yigit Isbiliroglu, RIZZO Associates;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Spatial Correlations in CyberShake Physics-Based Ground Motion Simulations - Preliminary Results (ID 55)
Jack Baker, Stanford University; Yilin Chen, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

GMPE for Shallow Crustal Earthquakes in Active Tectonic Region of Taiwan (ID 308)
Van Bang Phung, National Taiwan University; Brian Chiou, ; Chin-Hiung Loh, National Taiwan University; Shu-Hsien Chao, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering;
Download Presentation   Download paper

High-Frequency Nonlinear Earthquake Simulations on Discontinuous Finite Difference Grid (ID 920)
Daniel Roten, San Diego State University; Kim Olsen, San Diego State University; Shiying Nie, San Diego State University; Steven Day, San Diego State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT021. Experimental Findings in Steel MembersBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Tuesday 26-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Santa Barbara

MODERATOR: Jeffrey Berman, University of Washington;

CO-MODERATOR: Tung-Yu Wu, University of Michigan Ann Arbor;

DESCRIPTION: Laboratory findings of steel members are discussed in-depth behavioral findings for columns, collectors, angle braces, and welded joint connections

Ensuring Highly Ductile Behavior for Deep Steel Columns (ID 670)
Tung-Yu Wu, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Jason McCormick, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Sherif El-Tawil, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Buckling-Induced Shortening of Deep W-Shape Columns in Seismic Steel Frames (ID 713)
Chia-Ming Uang, University of California, San Diego; Gulen Ozkula, University of California, San Diego; John Harris, National Institute of Standards and Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Estimating Axial Force Demand in Columns of Seismic-Resistant Steel Structures (ID 451)
Lisa Shrestha, EERCC; Michel Bruneau, University at Buffalo;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Investigation of Seismic Performance of Collectors in Steel Building Structures (ID 520)
Anshul Agarwal, University of Arizona; Chao-Hsien Li, University of California, San Diego; Chia-Ming Uang, University of California, San Diego; Daniel Lizarraga, University of Arizona; James Ricles, Lehigh University; Max Beedle, Lehigh University; Richard Sause, Lehigh University; Robert Fleischman, University of Arizona;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Chevron Braced Frames with Yielding Beams: Experiments and Numerical Analysis (ID 1161)
Jeffrey Berman, University of Washington; Andrew Sen, University of Washington; Charles Roeder, University of Washington; Clare Terpstra, Degenkolb Engineers; Dawn Lehman, University of Washington; Ruyue Liu, University of Washington; Sara Ibarra, University of Washington; Tao Li, University of Washington;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Fracture Behavior of Electro-Slag Welded Joint in Steel Beam-To-Box Column Connection (ID 1185)
Chao-Hsien Li, University of California, San Diego; Chung-Che Wu, National Taiwan University; Keh-Chyuan Tsai, National Taiwan University; Ker-Chun Lin, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Sheng-Jhih Juang, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Wednesday 27-Jun-18: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

TT022. Seismic Isolation 2Seismic Isolation, Energy Dissipation and Control Systems

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Beverly

MODERATOR: Ezra Jampole, Exponent;

DESCRIPTION: Design, numerical and experimental investigation of damping devices

Periodic Foundations for Seismic Base Isolation of Small Modular Reactors (ID 211)
Yi-Lung Mo, University of Houston; Cho-Yen Yang, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Kuo-Chun Chang, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Robert Kassawara, Electric Power Research Institute; Shiang-Jung Wang, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Witarto Witarto, University of Houston; Xin Nie, Tsinghua University; Yu Tang, Argonne National Laboratory;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Mapping Demand Parameters in High-Friction Sliding Isolated Houses to Identify Regions for Implementation in the Western US (ID 317)
Ezra Jampole, Exponent; Amanda Gilbert, Stanford University; Eduardo Miranda, Stanford University; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Earthquake-Resilient Design of Homes in Near Field Regions: A Case Study of Implementing a Low-Cost Base Isolation System (ID 658)
Geoff Bomba, Forell/Elsesser Engineers, Inc.; Ali Roufegarinejad, Forell/Elsesser Engineers, Inc.; Ezra Jampole, Exponent;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Isolation of Space Shuttle Launch Stack (ID 742)
Huseyin Darama, Arup; Amie Nulman, Arup; Atila Zekioglu, Arup; Dennis R. Jenkins, California Science Center; Hani Freudenberger, Arup;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Experimental Study on an Irregular Bridge with Polynomial Friction Pendulum Isolators (ID 997)
Tzu-Ying Lee, National Central University; Che-Wei Tsao, National Central University; Lyan-Ywan Lu, National Cheng Kung University ;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Response of Isolated Nuclear Power Plants Using Hybrid Simulation (ID 1778)
Andreas Schellenberg, PEER; Alireza Sarebanha, UC San Diego; Gilberto Mosqueda, UC San Diego; Matt Schoettler, PEER; Stephen Mahin, UC Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT023. Seismic Retrofit of Steel StructuresRepair and Retrofit

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Hollywood

MODERATOR: Andrew Sen, University of Washington;

CO-MODERATOR: Tadeh Zirakian, California State University Northridge;

DESCRIPTION: Seismic Retrofit of Steel Structures - Recent Research and Applications

Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Vulnerable Concentrically Braced Frames (ID 1311)
Andrew Sen, University of Washington; Charles Roeder, University of Washington; Daniel Sloat, Degenkolb Engineers; Dawn Lehman, University of Washington; Jeffrey Berman, University of Washington; Marsha Swatosh, Coughlin Porter Lundeen; Molly Johnson, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger; Ryan Ballard, KPFF Consulting Engineers;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Performance of Nonductile and Retrofitted Concentrically Braced Frame Buildings (ID 974)
Andrew Sen, University of Washington; Charles Roeder, University of Washington; Dawn Lehman, University of Washington; Jeffrey Berman, University of Washington;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Retrofit of a Circa-1992 Steel Concentric Braced Frame Building- Case Study (ID 1005)
Douglas Hohbach, Hohbach-Lewin, Inc.; Timothy Gachot, Delft University of Technology; Victoria Rundorff, Hohbach-Lewin, Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

High-Rise Pre-Northridge Partial Joint Penetration Column Splice Repair (ID 1884)
Michael Chisholm, Degenkolb Engineers; James Malley, Degenkolb Engineers; Robert Pekelnicky, Degenkolb Engineers;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Performance Assessment of Retrofitted SPSW Systems (ID 336)
Tadeh Zirakian, California State University, Northridge; David Boyajian, California State University, Northridge;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Test Results of Structural Fuses Mounted on Cantilevered Columns for Seismic Retrofitting (ID 831)
Thor Matteson, Thor Matteson Engineering;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT024. Characterizing Soil and Site ResponsesSoils, Foundations, Soil-Structure Interaction

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Palos Verdes

MODERATOR: Hiroshi Matsuda, Yamaguchi University;

DESCRIPTION: Identification of properties and modeling of soil behavior under seismic excitation for soils and layered sites.

Strength of Compacted Backfill Based on Shake Table Earth Pressure Test Program (ID 140)
Patrick Wilson, Earth Mechanics, Inc.; Ahmed Elgamal, Univ. California, San Diego;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Design of a Large-Scale Biaxial Soil-Box for Seismic Soil-Structure-Interaction Studies (ID 1683)
Anastasia Bitsani, University of Nevada, Reno; Denis Istrati, University of Nevada, Reno; Ian Buckle, University of Nevada, Reno; Patrick Laplace, University of Nevada, Reno; Rajaratnam Siddharthan, University of Nevada, Reno; Ramin Motamed, University of Nevada, Reno; Sherif Elfass, University of Nevada, Reno;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Multidirectional Cyclic Shear - Induced Pore Pressure and Settlement of Undisturbed Clay (ID 967)
Hiroshi Matsuda, Yamaguchi University; Hidemasa Sato, Fukken Co., Ltd.; Hiroyuki Hara, Yamaguchi University; Tran Thanh Nhan, Hue University of Sciences;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Effects of Multidirectional Cyclic Shear on the Secondary Consolidation of Saturated Clay (ID 987)
Tran Thanh Nhan, Hue University of Sciences; Do Quang Thien, Hue University of Sciences; Hidemasa Sato, Fukken Co., Ltd.; Hiroshi Matsuda, Yamaguchi University; Hoang Thi Sinh Huong, Hue University of Sciences; Tran Ngoc Tin, Hue University of Sciences;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Assessment of the Influence of the Elastic Halfspace Assumption on Site Response Estimations (ID 1022)
Ashly Cabas, North Carolina State University; Ishika Nawrin Chowdhury, North Carolina State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Root-Finding Absorbing Boundary Condition for Time-Domain Analysis of Wave Propagation and Soil-Structure Interaction (ID 817)
Jin Ho Lee, Pukyong National University; John L. Tassoulas, The University of Texas at Austin; Jung Han Kim, Pusan National University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT025. Risk & Loss Assessment: Insurance Applications and Financial Loss AssessmentRisk and Loss Assessment and their Socio-Economic Impacts

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: San Fernando

MODERATOR: Craig Tillman, WeatherPredict Consulting;

DESCRIPTION: SPONSORED BY HASELTON BAKER RISK GROUP LLC. Models for quantifying earthquake risk from a financial and socio-economic standpoint continue to improve. This session will speak to those improvements with a focus on insurance applications and financial loss assessment, with some emphasis on reducing uncertainty, identifying better predictor variables, and connecting financial impacts to mitigative behavior.

Risk and Loss Assessment - How Individals Can Employ Risk Management Strategies (ID 380)
Shawna Ackerman, California Earthquake Authority; Janiele Maffei, California Earthquake Authority;
Download Presentation   Download paper

The Financial Benefit of Earthquake Retrofitting in Different Hazard Environments (ID 1216)
M. Broccardo, ETH Zurich; B. Stojadinovic, ETH Zurich; L. Bodenmann, ETH Zurich; P. Galanis, ETH Zurich;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Correlation of Ground Motion Intensity to Demands Using Secondary Record Characteristics (ID 944)
Andrew O'Donnell, AIR Worldwide; Tao Lai, AIR Worldwide;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Source Model Contributions to the Spatial Correlation of Losses in Earthquake Risk Models (ID 798)
Delphine Fitzenz, RMS; Courtney Spillers, RMS; Joel Taylor, RMS;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Quantifying Elevated Earthquake Risk Due to Induced Seismicity in the Central U.S. (ID 928)
Arash Nasseri, AIR-Worldwide; Claire Pontbriand, AIR-Worldwide; Ehsan Kianirad, AIR-Worldwide;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Building Service Life Loss Assessment Under Sequential Seismic Events (ID 640)
Mehrdad Shokrabadi, UCLA; Henry Burton, UCLA;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT026. Ground Motion Simulations for Engineering 1Ground Motion Simulations for Engineering Applications

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita C

MODERATOR: Morgan Moschetti, US Geological Survey;

DESCRIPTION: Ground Motion Simulations for Engineering Applications: Ground motion simulation methods, sensitivity to source and seismic velocity model, and use in seismic hazard.

CyberShake Models of Seismic Hazards in Southern and Central California (ID 1458)
Thomas Jordan, University of Southern California; Christine Goulet, University of Southern California; David Gill, University of Southern California; Ewa Deelman, University of Southern California; Feng Wang, AIR Worldwide; Gideon Juve, University of Southern California; John Yu, University of Southern California; Karan Vahi, University of Southern California; Kevin Milner, University of Southern California; Kim Olsen, San Diego State University; Philip Maechling, University of Southern California; Robert Graves, U.S. Geological Survey; Scott Callaghan, University of Southern California; Yifeng Cui, San Diego Supercomputer Center;
Download Presentation   Download paper

HPC Simulations of Broadband Near-Fault Ground Motions for Engineering Applications (ID 39)
Arthur Rodgers, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Arben Pitarka, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Boris Jeremic, University of California, Davis; David McCallen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Mamun Miah, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; N. Anders Petersson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Earthquake Ground Motion Variability in Simulations Using GP2016 Method and Modified Rupture Generator Following Irikura Recipe (ID 407)
Arben Pitarka, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Arthur Rodgers, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; David McCallen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Ken Miyakoshi, Georesearch Intitute; Kojiro Irikura, Aichi Institute of Technology; Robert Graves, USGS;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Sensitivity Tests of Detailed Vs Profiles in 3D Numerical Simulations Up to 15 Hz Frequency (ID 1127)
John Louie, Nevada Seismological Laboratory; Loyd West, Optim Earth; Satish Pullammanappallil, Optim Earth;
Download Presentation   Download paper

On the Generation of Seed-Based Spectrum-Compatible Pulse-Like Time-Series (ID 1273)
Luis Montejo, UPRM; Xavier Román-Vélez, UPRM;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Simulation of Near-Fault Ground Motions for Randomized Hypocenter and Site Locations (ID 1081)
Armen Der Kiureghian, American University of Armenia; Mayssa Dabaghi, American University of Beirut; Yara Daoud, American University of Beirut;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT035. Tsunami Hazard Assessment, Design, and RecoveryTsunami Hazard Assessment, Design, and Recovery

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Santa Monica B

MODERATOR: Kevin Miller, California Governor's Office of Emergency Services;

CO-MODERATOR: Rick Wilson, California Geological Survey;

DESCRIPTION: SPONSORED BY CGS. This session will feature research which discusses tsunami hazard assessment, design, and recovery.

Hydraulic Collapse Tests on a Reinforced Concrete Wall Under Impulsive Wave Load (ID 261)
Toshikazu Kabeyasawa, Tokyo Metropolitan University; Taro Arikawa, Chuo University; Toshimi Kabeyasawa, Earthquake Research Institute, The University of Tokyo;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Efficient Estimates of Uncertainties in Tsunami Inundation Forecasts (ID 784)
Harrison Ko, Oregon State University; Claudio Fuentes, Oregon State University; Harry Yeh, Oregon State University; Juan Restrepo, Oregon State University; Michael Dumelle, Oregon State University; Will Mayfield, Oregon State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

End-To-End Planning Through the California Tsunami Preparedness & Mitigation Program (ID 1002)
Kevin Miller, California Governor's Office of Emergency Services; Adena Reed, California Governor's Office of Emergency Services; Brian Garcia, National Weather Service; Cindy Henderson, Del Norte County Office of Emergency Services; Cindy Pridmore, California Geological Survey; Drew Peterson, National Weather Service; Edie Schaffer, San Francisco Department of Emergency Management; John Higgins, Ventura Port District - Harbor Patrol; Kevin McGowan, Ventura County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Services; Rick Wilson, California Geological Survey; Ryan Arba, California Governor's Office of Emergency Services; Yvette LaDuke, California Governor's Office of Emergency Services;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Development and Use of Probabilistic Tsunami Hazard Analysis Maps in California (ID 1063)
Rick Wilson, California Geological Survey; Hong Kie Thio, AECOM; Joseph Street, California Coastal Commission; Kevin Miller, California Governor's Office of Emergency Services; Laurie Johnson, Laurie Johnson Consulting; Lesley Ewing, California Coastal Commissioin; Timothy McCrink, California Geological Survey; Yvette LaDuke, California Governor's Office of Emergency Services;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Tsunami Inundation and Damage Forecasting with High-Performance Computing Infrastructure (ID 1091)
Shunichi Koshimura, Tohoku University; Akihiro Musa, NEC Corporation; Hiroaki Kobayashi, Tohoku University; Masaaki Kachi, A2 Corporation; Ryota Hino, Tohoku University; Yoichi Murashima, Kokusai Kogyo Co., Ltd.; Yoshihiko Sato, NEC Solution Innovators, Ltd.; Yusaku Ohta, Tohoku University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Scientific and Engineering Principles Form the Basis for New Tsunami Provisions in ASCE 7-16 (ID 1802)
Gary Chock, Martin & Chock, Inc.; Ian Robertson, University of Hawaii;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Wednesday 27-Jun-18: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

TT027. Bridges 3: Advances and Current Issues in Bridge Design and PracticeBridge Structures

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Beaudry B

MODERATOR: Bora Gencturk, University of Southern California;

DESCRIPTION: This session showcases recent developments of bridge designs and practice

Performance Limit States of Reinforced Concrete-Filled Steel Tube Drilled Shafts (ID 121)
Diego Aguirre Realpe, North Carolina State University; James Nau, North Carolina State University; Mervyn Kowalsky, North Carolina State University; Mohammed Gabr, North Carolina State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Should Engineers Be Concerned About Vulnerability of Highway Bridges to Potentially-Induced Seismic Hazards? (ID 5)
Farid Khosravikia, The University of Texas at Austin; Andy Potter, The University of Texas at Austin; Eric Williamson, The University of Texas at Austin; Patricia Clayton, The University of Texas at Austin; Vyacheslav Prakhov, The University of Texas at Austin;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Deformation Behavior of Concrete Beams Reinforced by Steel-FRP Composite Bar (ID 415)
Zeyang Sun, Southeast University; Gang Wu, Southeast University; Jiakai Zhou, Nanjing Forestry University; Jian Zhang, University of California; Ming Li, Southeast University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

The New SAS Bay Bridge- Analysis of Current Problems with Suggestions for Seismic Retrofit (ID 1105)
Abolhassan Astaneh-Asl, University of California, Berkeley; Maryam Tabbakhha, University of California, Berkeley; Xin Qian, University of California, Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Ductility Improvement of High Strength Concrete Columns Using Hybrid Confinement (ID 935)
Bassem Andrawes, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Pratik Deogekar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Demands and Performance of the Base-Isolated Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement (ID 256)
Patrick Wilson, Earth Mechanics, Inc.; Hubert Law, Earth Mechanics, Inc.; Julie Allen, City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering; Michael Jones, HNTB; Semyon Treyger, HNTB;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT028. Energy Dissipation and Control Systems 1Seismic Isolation, Energy Dissipation and Control Systems

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Beverly

MODERATOR: Osman Ozbulut, University of Virginia;

DESCRIPTION: Design, numerical and experimental investigation of energy dissipation and control systems.

Shake Table Verification Tests on Aluminium Core Buckling Restrained Braced Steel Frame (ID 619)
Durgesh Rai, IIT Kanpur; Mohit Sharma, IIT Kanpur;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Performance of Foam Filled Tubular Steel Braces (ID 627)
Malcolm Ammons, University of Michigan; Giuseppe Marzano, Kyoto University; Hironari Shimada, Kyoto University; Jason McCormick, University of Michigan; Masahiro Kurata, Kyoto University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Application of Ultra Low-Cycle Fatigue Fracture Model to Cast Steel Seismic Devices (ID 1120)
Justin Binder, Cast Connex; Chiyun Zhong, University of Toronto; Constantin Christopoulos, University of Toronto; Oh-Sung Kwon, University of Toronto;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Experimental and Numerical Investigations on Seismic Applications of High Damping SMAs (ID 1588)
Osman Ozbulut, University of Virginia; Farzad Dizaji, University of Virginia; Fei Shi, Guangzhou University; Guher Toker, University of Kentucky; Haluk Karaca, University of Kentucky;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Reliability of Vibration-Suppressed Structures Under Seismic Loads (ID 418)
Irina Lazar, University of Bristol; Alin Radu, University of Bristol;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Topology Optimization of Elastic Spines in Rocking Braced Frames (ID 743)
Amory Martin, Stanford University; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT029. Retrofit of Concrete StructuresRepair and Retrofit

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Hollywood

MODERATOR: William Holmes, Rutherford + Chekene;

CO-MODERATOR: John Wallace, University of California Los Angeles;

DESCRIPTION: Retrofit of Concrete Structures - Recent Research and Applications

Seismic Evaluation Older Concrete Buildings for Collapse Potential (ID 57)
Abbie Liel, University of Colorado; Jack Moehle, University of California; Jon Heintz, ATC; Mike Mehrain, MNI; Somers Peter, Magnusson Klemencic Assoc; William Holmes, Rutherford + Chekene;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Repaired Reinforced Concrete Wall Buildings in Chile After 2010 Maule Earthquake (ID 1130)
Matias Hube, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; Hector Galvez, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; Kenneth Elwood, University of Auckland; Rosita Jünemann, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Physical Testing of a Non-Ductile Concrete Moment Frame Building (ID 1254)
Elham Moore, UCLA; John Wallace, UCLA; Luis Toranzo, KPFF; Maikol Del Carpio, KPFF; Mark Hershberg, KPFF;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Retrofit of a Non-Ductile Reinforced Concrete Building in Downtown Los Angeles (ID 1799)
Hugo Gomez, Holmes Structures; Bill Tremayne, Holmes Structures; Dan Bech, Holmes Structures; Erik McGregor, Holmes Structures; Nina Mahjoub, Holmes Structures;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Performance of a Nonductile RC Building for the FEMA P695 Far-Fault Ground Motion Data Set (ID 897)
Adolfo Matamoros, University of Texas at San Antonio; Andres Lepage, University of Kansas; Anil Suwal, University of Texas at San Antonio;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Experimental Study on the Seismic Performance of Non-Ductile RC Frames Infilled with Sliding Subpanels (ID 320)
Andreas Stavridis, University at Buffalo; Macro Preti, Università degli studi di Brescia; Valentino Bolis, Università degli studi di Brescia; Xuan Gao, University at Buffalo;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT030. Soil-Structure Interaction Analysis and DesignSoils, Foundations, Soil-Structure Interaction

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Palos Verdes

MODERATOR: Mohamed Talaat, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.;

DESCRIPTION: Response analysis, modeling, and design of structures and foundations for seismic soil-strucutre interaction effects.

An Efficient Approach for Two-Scale Modeling of Seismic Soil Structure Interaction (ID 994)
Srikrishnan Madhavan, Thornton Tomasetti; Murthy Guddati, North Carolina State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Probabilistic Blind Identification of Soil-Structure Systems Using Extended Kalman Filter (ID 176)
Mojtaba Mahsuli, Sharif University of Technology; Amin Jabini, Sharif University of Technology; Seyyed Farid Ghahari, University of California, Los Angeles;
Download paper

Soil-Structure Interaction and Failure Analyses of Steel Water Pipelines with Welded Joints (ID 1527)
Wenyang Zhang, UCLA; Arastoo Dasmeh, UCLA; Ertugrul Taciroglu, UCLA; Peter Yu, STRUCTUS, Inc; Zhihui Huang, STRUCTUS, Inc;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Time Domain Finite Element Modelling of Seismic Pressures on Rigid Retaining Walls (ID 1259)
Luis Montejo, UPRM; Rafhael Luna-Tezna, UPRM; Robert Spears, Idaho National Laboratory;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Recommendations for the Seismic Design of Deep Basement Walls (ID 1511)
Carlos Ventura, University of British Columbia; Elnaz Amirzehni, Wood plc; Ronald DeVall, Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd; W.D. Liam Finn, University of British Columbia;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Nonlinear Pushover Analysis of Pile Foundations (ID 493)
Lachezar Handzhiyski, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.; Anindya Dutta, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT031. Risk & Loss Assessment: Studies of Methodological ImprovementsRisk and Loss Assessment and their Socio-Economic Impacts

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: San Fernando

MODERATOR: Marko Schotanus, Rutherford+Chekene;

DESCRIPTION: SPONSORED BY HASELTON BAKER RISK GROUP LLC. Methods for evaluating structural vulnerability and expected performance have continued to improve over time. This session presents a variety of studies aimed at improving various aspects of the existing methods, from considerations for ground motion to fragility functions.

Risk Modelling of Catastrophic Seismic Events (ID 292)
Alin Radu, University of Bristol; Mircea Grigoriu, Cornell University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Accounting for the Influence of Ground Motion Response Spectral Shape and Duration in the Equivalent Lateral Force Design Procedure (ID 1268)
Reagan Chandramohan, University of Canterbury; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University; Jack Baker, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Simplified Building Fragility Functions for Regional Seismic Risk Assessment (ID 1449)
Marie-José Nollet, École de technologie supérieure (Univ. du Québec); Ahmad Abo El Ezz, Natural Ressources Canada; Alex Smirnoff, Natural Ressources Canada; Miroslav Nastev, Natural Ressources Canada; Olivier Surprenant, École de technologie supérieure (Univ. du Québec);
Download Presentation   Download paper

Influence of Irreparability Fragility on Seismic Building Vulnerability Assessments (ID 1695)
Amir Safiey, Clemson University; Ershad Ziaei, Clemson University; Keivan Rokneddin, AIG; Mengzhe Gu, Clemson University; Mohammad Javanbarg, AIG; Weichiang Pang, Clemson University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Vulnerability Assessment of Buildings Using a Statistical Method of Response Prediction (ID 1747)
Ershad Ziaei, Clemson University; Amir Safiey, Clemson University; Keivan Rokneddin, AIG; Mengzhe Gu, Clemson University; Mohammad Javanbarg, AIG; Weichiang Pang, Clemson University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Dependent Markov Models for Long-Term Structural Fragility (ID 1301)
Charalampos Andriotis, Penn State University; Kostas Papakonstantinou, Penn State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT032. High Performance Computing and Simulation 1High Performance Computing and Simulation

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita AB

MODERATOR: Scott Callaghan, SCEC;

CO-MODERATOR: Philip Maechling, University of Southern California;

DESCRIPTION: Research presentations describing how high performance computing and simulation is used to reduce earthquake risk, improve understanding of the impact of earthquakes on the environment, and advance measures that reduce the harmful effects of earthquakes.

Enhancing Earthquake Engineering Research Through the DesignSafe Cyberinfrastructure (ID 1082)
Ellen Rathje, University of Texas; Gilberto Mosqueda, UCSD; Jamie Padgett, Rice University; Laura Lowes, University of Washington; Mandro Eslami, UCLA; Nasser Marafi, University of Washington; Pedro Arduino, University of Washington; Scott Brandenberg, UCLA;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Concrete Wall Optimization in Use of a Large-Scale Base Isolated Hospital Building (ID 852)
Nami Rokhgar, Arup; Aysegul Gogus, Arup; Kermin Chok, Arup; Murat Melek, Arup; Trent Clifton, Arup;
Download Presentation   Download paper

High-Performance Computer-Aided Optimization of Viscous Dampers for Improving the Seismic Performance of a Tall Steel Building (ID 3)
Shanshan Wang, Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance; Mahin Steve, UC Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Damage Assessment for Thin-Walled Reinforced Concrete Buildings in Urban Areas in Peru (ID 1740)
Gullermo Ponce, UCSG; Carlos Rodriguez Reyna, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru; Jose Acero Martinez, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru; Jose Martin Velasquez Vargas, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru; Stewart Lopez Otiniano, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Simulations of Large Scenario and Recorded Moderate Earthquakes in the San Francisco Bay Area (ID 366)
Arthur Rodgers, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Arben Pitarka, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; David McCallen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; N. Petersson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory;
Download Presentation   Download paper

SimCenter Computational Framework for Simulating and Mitigating the Effects of Earthquakes (ID 1587)
Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University; Ahsan Kareem, University of Notre Dame; Camille Crittenden, University of California, Berkeley; Frank McKenna, University of California, Berkeley; Laura Lowes, University of Washington, Seattle; Matthew Schoettler, University of California, Berkeley; Sanjay Govindjee, University of California, Berkeley; Stephen Mahin, University of California;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT033. Ground Motion Simulations for Engineering 2Ground Motion Simulations for Engineering Applications

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita C

MODERATOR: Morgan Moschetti, US Geological Survey;

DESCRIPTION: Ground Motion Simulations for Engineering Applications: Next-generation simulation methods, simulation validation and comparison with ground motion data.

3D Dynamic Rupture Simulations Along the Wasatch Fault Zone, Utah (ID 671)
Kyle Withers, USGS; Morgan Moschetti, USGS;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Broadband Simulation for a Hypothetical Mw 7.1 Earthquake on the Enriquillo Fault in Haiti (ID 1681)
Roby Douilly, University of California, Riverside; Eric Calais, Ecole Normale Supérieure; George Mavroeidis, University of Notre Dame;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Validating Ground-Motion Simulations on Rough Faults in Complex 3D Media (ID 524)
Robert Graves, US Geological Survey; Arben Pitarka, ;
Download Presentation   Download paper

High-Frequency Simulations: Verification and Validation of the M5.1 La Habra, CA, Earthquake (ID 1869)
Ricardo Taborda, University of Memphis; Christine Goulet, University of Southern California; Daniel Roten, San Diego Super Computer Center; Fabio Silva, USC; Jacobo Bielak, Carnegie Mellon University; Kim Olsen, San Diego State University; Naeem Khoshnevis, University of Memphis; Philip Maechling, USC; Robert Graves, USGS; Thomas Jordan, USC; William Savran, San Diego State University; Yifeng Cui, San Diego Super Computer Center; Zheqiang Shi, San Diego State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Implications of the Inter-Period Correlation of Strong Ground Motions on Structural Risk (ID 611)
Jeff Bayless, UC Davis / AECOM; Norman Abrahamson, PG&E;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Uncertainties in Using Spectrum Matching Technique for Generating Synthetic Ground Motions (ID 572)
Hamidreza Anajafi, University of New Hampshire; Ricardo Medina, University of New Hampshire;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT034. Impact of Signal Processing to Understand Structural Systems' BehaviorBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Santa Barbara

MODERATOR: Mario Rodriguez, National University of Mexico;

CO-MODERATOR: Andrew Dinsick, GeoPentech Inc.;

DESCRIPTION: Technical session addressing the repercussion of ground motions' signal processing for the development of structural systems.

Modifying Seismic Design Provisions to Compute Story Drifts of Buildings on Different Soils (ID 1724)
Mario Rodriguez, National University of Mexico;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Concepts for Evaluating Spectrally Matched Time Histories for Design of Tall Buildings (ID 1521)
Andrew Dinsick, GeoPentech, Inc.; Marshall Lew, Wood Environmental & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Effects of Long-Period Processing on Collapse Predictions (ID 155)
Becky Roh, California Institute of Technology; Kenny Buyco, California Institute of Technology; Thomas Heaton, California Institute of Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

NGA High-Pass Filters Remove Important Real Signals; Simple Tilt Correction Is Preferable. (ID 777)
Becky Roh, California Institute of Technology; Kenny Buyco, California Institute of Technology; Thomas Heaton, California Institute of Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Multi-Level Conditional Spectrum-Based Record Selection for IDA (ID 452)
Paolo Bazzurro, IUSS; Dimitrios Vamvatsikos, National Technical University of Athens; Mohsen Kohrangi, IUSS;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Implications of the Vertical Component of Ground Motion on Building Response (ID 1162)
Andreanna Tzortzis, Arup; Ibrahim Almufti, Arup; Nicole Paul, Arup;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Wednesday 27-Jun-18: 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

TT036. Resilient Communities and CitiesResilient Communities and Cities

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Beaudry A

MODERATOR: Arrietta Chakos, Urban Resilience Strategies;

DESCRIPTION: Developing successful strategies to reduce risk and increase community resilience is a global challenge. Engineering remedies for earthquake and other risks are of little use without on-the-ground implementation. Community leaders, elected officials and responsible decision makers need understandable and useable measures to enact resilience policies and programs. Current thinking about evolving and future risk calls for adaptive action that integrates solutions for reducing multiple hazards while improving resilience capacity. The papers presented in this session examine resilience-building strategies at varying levels of governance and development. These range from the practical lessons learned from the application of disaster scenarios as fundamental tools for resilient community planning to discussion of a national effort on risk reduction and its evolution. The use of improved building code standards, disaster scenario modeling and analysis of the social, economic and sustainability of disaster policies are key components of a resilience primer for communities. These policy levers are made real through recommendations of a comprehensive approach to link residential affordability with resilience implementation. The resilience policy landscape is shifting to incorporate disaster and climate impacts. As communities grapple with these complex planning challenges, promising implementation practices point to a resilient future that is in our grasp.

Quantifying the Social, Economic, and Environmental Sustainability of Disaster Policies (ID 1462)
Elaina Sutley, University of Kansas; Wil Srubar, University of Colorado Boulder;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Improving Building Seismic Performance and Community Resilience (ID 1591)
Michael Mahoney, FEMA; Robert Hanson, University of Michigan;
Download Presentation   Download paper

The HayWired Coalition (ID 1665)
Grace Kang, PEER - Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center; Arrietta Chakos, Association of Bay Area Governments / Metropolitan Transportation Commission; Dale Cox, U.S. Geological Survey; Kara Gross, Joint Venture Silicon Valley; Lynn von Koch-Liebert, California Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency; Richard McCarthy, California Alfred E. Alquist Seismic Safety Commission; Russell Heimerich, California Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Designing for Cascadia Earthquakes: Oregon Resilience Buildings 1 & 2 (ID 212)
Yumei Wang, PE, State of Oregon; Alice Wiewel, AIA, SEFT Consulting Group; Kent Yu, PhD, SE, PE, SEFT Consulting Group;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Integration of Resilience and Sustainability Policies and Programs in Existing Buildings (ID 497)
Michael Germeraad, Association of Bay Area Governments; Mike Mieler, ARUP;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Practical Lessons from Using Earthquake Scenarios in Emerging Countries (ID 795)
Arrietta Chakos, Urban Resilience Strategies; Brian Tucker, GeoHazards International; Hari Kumar, GeoHazards International; Janise Rodgers, GeoHazards International; L. Thomas Tobin, GeoHazards International; Maggie Ortiz-Millan, EERI;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT037. Energy Dissipation and Control Systems 2Seismic Isolation, Energy Dissipation and Control Systems

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Beverly

MODERATOR: Geoffrey Rodgers, University of Canterbury;

DESCRIPTION: Design, numerical and experimental investigation of energy dissipation and control systems.

Using Infrasound-Based Information for Non-Destructive Structural Health Monitoring (ID 500)
Zhenyu Zhang, Western Digital Corporation; Alec Maxwell, San Francisco State University; Zhaoshuo Jiang, San Francisco State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Fragility of Controlled Structures: On the Effects of Signal Loss (ID 668)
Thao Truong, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Lauren Linderman, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Peter Seiler, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Numerical Model for the Response of Unbonded FREI at Low Temperatures (ID 818)
Alexander Sciascetti, McMaster University; Michael Tait, McMaster University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Design of Linear Passive Control Systems Using Nonsmooth H infinity Synthesis (ID 1209)
Chia-Ming Chang, National Taiwan University; Cho-Yen Yang, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Experimental Study on Rotational Friction Connections for Precast Concrete Cladding Panels (ID 1265)
Justin Marshall, Auburn University; Michael Langley, Auburn University; Vincent Sellers, Auburn University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Semi-Active Control of the Torsional Response of Horizontally Curved Bridges (ID 1346)
Mohsen Amjadian, The City College of New York; Anil K. Agrawal, The City College of New York;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT038. Special Topics in Seismic Retrofits and ReconstructionRepair and Retrofit

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Hollywood

MODERATOR: Anne Lemnitzer, University of CA Irvine;

CO-MODERATOR: Michel Bruneau, University at Buffalo;

DESCRIPTION: Special Topics in Seismic Retrofits and Reconstruction

Nonlinear Cyclic Behavior of Concrete MRF Beams with Innovative FRP Strengthening Technique (ID 80)
Anne Lemnitzer, University of CA: Irvine; Luis Herrera, University of CA, Irvine; Susana Anacleto, University of CA, Irvine; Todd Erickson, ABS Consulting ; Winston Chai, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Rapid Repair of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Columns Via Plastic Hinge Relocation Utilizing Conventional Materials (ID 609)
Zachary Krish, North Carolina State University; James Nau, North Carolina State University; Mervyn Kowalsky, North Carolina State University; Rudolf Seracino, North Carolina State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Engineering Collapse-Probability-Based Seismic Retrofit Design for Existing Bridges (ID 1198)
Anastasios Tsiavos, ETH Zurich; Bozidar Stojadinovic, ETH Zurich; Micaela Pilotto, ETH Zurich; Nathan Bender, ETH Zurich;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Evaluation and Retrofitting Project of RC School Buildings in Taiwan (ID 719)
Shyh-Jiann Hwang, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Chia-Hui Chiang, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Lap-Loi Chung, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Understanding Structural Selection Decisions in Christchurch's Reconstruction [Poster Location 101] (ID 879)
Michel Bruneau, University at Buffalo; Gregory MacRae, University of Canterbury;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Base Isolation Seismic Upgrade of a Heritage Building - First Base Isolated Building in Canada (ID 1702)
John Sherstobitoff, Ausenco Engineering;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT039. Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment & Cascading Hazards Following EarthquakesMulti-Hazard Assessment, Cascading Hazards Following Earthquakes (fire, lanslide, etc.)

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Palos Verdes

MODERATOR: Matthew Hoehler, NIST;

DESCRIPTION: The presentations in this session address seismic risk assessment, multi-hazard analysis, and the impacts of cascading hazards involving fire and earthquakes.

Seismic Risk Assessment and Retrofit of School Buildings in Developing Countries (ID 166)
H Kit Miyamoto, Miyamoto International; Amir Gilani, Miyamoto International; Tsutomu Nifuku, Miyamoto International;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Multi-Hazard Life Cycle Cost Analysis of Steel Buildings with Special Moment Resisting Frames (ID 350)
Alexandros Nikellis, University at Buffalo; Andrew Whittaker, University at Buffalo; Kallol Sett, University at Buffalo;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Experimental Evaluation of Structural Walls for Seismic and Thermal Forces (ID 680)
Saahastranshu Bhardwaj, Purdue University; Amit Varma, Purdue University; Kadir Sener, Purdue University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

An Approach for Post-Earthquake Fire Assessment of Steel MRF Buildings (ID 889)
Rachel Chicchi, University of Cincinnati; Amit Varma, Purdue University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Physical Damage Evolution During Earthquake and Post-Earthquake Tests on a Cold-Formed Steel Framed Building (ID 1700)
Tara Hutchinson, University of California, San Diego; Brian Meacham, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Gil Hegemier, University of California, San Diego; Praveen Kamath, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Xiang Wang, University of California, San Diego;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Influence of Fire on the Seismic Shear Capacity of Cold-Formed Steel Shear Walls (ID 437)
Blanca Andres Valiente, National Fire Research Laboratory, NIST; Matthew Hoehler, National Fire Research Laboratory, NIST;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT040. Risk & Loss Assessment and Public PolicySocio-Economic Issues and Public Policy

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: San Fernando

MODERATOR: Judith Mitrani-Reiser, NIST;

DESCRIPTION: SPONSORED BY HASELTON BAKER RISK GROUP LLC. This session discusses selected applications of current state-of-the-art methodologies for risk and loss assessment. Applications of these methods vary across building and occupancy types, including tilt-up and reinforced concrete frame buildings, schools and federally-owned structures.

Seismic Risk Assessment of Tilt-Up Buildings Using the FEMA P-58 Framework (ID 1751)
Katherine Wade, Haselton Baker Risk Group; Curt Haselton, California State University, Chico; David (Jared) Debock, California State University, Chico; Dustin Cook, Haselton Baker Risk Group; John Lawson, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo; Maria Koliou, Texas A&M University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Repair Cost and Downtime Seismic Vulnerability Assessment for RC School Buildings (ID 1351)
Angie Garcia, Universidad de los Andes; Juan Reyes, Universidad de los Andes; Luis Yamin, Universidad de los Andes; Rafael Fernandez, Universidad de los Andes; Raul Rincon, Universidad de los Andes;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Earthquake Risk Assessment for Istanbul: An Update (ID 1595)
Eser Cakti, Bogazici University; Emin Mentese, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality; Erdal Safak, Bogazici University; Karin Sesetyan, Bogazici University; Mahmut Bas, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality; Osman Kilic, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality; Ufuk Hancilar, Bogazici University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Predicting Earthquake-Induced Downtime in Buildings: An Overview of the State of the Art (ID 890)
Michael Mieler, Arup; Ibrahim Almufti, Arup; Nicole Paul, Arup;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Cost Estimates for the Seismic Retrofit of Federally Owned and Leased Buildings (ID 780)
Juan Fung, NIST; David Butry, NIST; Siamak Sattar, NIST; Steven McCabe, NIST;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Increasing Earthquake Insurance Coverage in California Via Parametric Hedges (ID 456)
Guillermo Franco, Guy Carpenter; David Wald, USGS; Giulio Tirabassi, Guy Carpenter; Madeleine Lopeman, Guy Carpenter; William Siembieda, California Polytechnic State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT041. Ground Motion Simulations for Engineering 3Ground Motion Simulations for Engineering Applications

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita C

MODERATOR: Morgan Moschetti, US Geological Survey;

DESCRIPTION: Ground Motion Simulations for Engineering Applications: Use of earthquake simulations for design spectra, engineering design and evaluation, and for collapse risk.

Selection of CyberShake Time Series for Engineering Building Code Analyses (ID 56)
Ganyu Teng, Stanford University; Jack Baker, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Contrasting CyberShake Simulations and Conventional Hazard Analysis to Assess Collapse Risk of Tall Buildings in the Los Angeles Basin (ID 73)
Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University; Nenad Bijelic, Stanford University; Ting Lin, Marquette University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Evaluation of Seismic Energy in Simple Structural Systems Using Simulated Ground Motions (ID 295)
Ahmet Yakut, Middle East Technical University; Aysegul Askan, Middle East Technical University; Murat Altug Erberik, Middle East Technical University; Shaghayegh Karimzadeh Naghshineh, Middle East Technical University; Volkan Ozsarac, Middle East Technical University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Quantitative Evaluation of Ground-Motion Variability Caused by Stress Drop Based on the Simulated Ground Motions (ID 279)
Hongwei Wang, Institute of Engineering Mechanics, China Earthquake Administration; Ruizhi Wen, Institute of Engineering Mechanics, China Earthquake Administration; Yefei Ren, Institute of Engineering Mechanics, China Earthquake Administration;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Regional Scale Earthquake Risk Estimation Based on Broadband Ground Motion Simulations (ID 1278)
Mamun Miah, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; David McCallen, University of California Office of President; Floriana Petrone, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Jenna Wong, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT042. Assessing Inelastic Response in RC Structural SystemsBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Wednesday 27-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Santa Barbara

MODERATOR: Ismail Kuzucu, University of Arizona;

CO-MODERATOR: Shih-Ho Chao, The University of Texas at Arlington;

DESCRIPTION: Session oriented to promote further understanding of reinforced concrete buildings exceeding elastic capacity.

Seismic Tests of a Mixed-Use Residential and Commercial Building Using a Novel Shaking Table (ID 651)
Chung-Che Chou, National Taiwan University; Fu-Pei Hsiao, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Lap-Loi Chung, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Pu-Wen Weng, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Wen-Cheng Shen, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering; Yi-An Li, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Vertical Distribution of Force-Controlled Seismic Responses in Multi-Story RC Buildings (ID 1509)
Ismail Kuzucu, University of Arizona; Carlos Scheidegger, University of Arizona; Dichuan Zhang, Nazarbayev University; Robert Fleischman, University of Arizona; Youhao Wei, University of Arizona;
Download Presentation   Download paper

3D Inelastic Models to Assess Earthquake Damage of Reinforced Concrete Wall Buildings (ID 1255)
Rosita Jünemann, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; Jorge Vasquez, National Center for the Integrated Management of Natural Disasters (CIGIDEN), CONICYT/FONDAP/1511001; Juan de La Llera, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Matias Hube, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Nonlinear FE Analysis of Concrete Diaphragms Subjected to Backstay Forces in High-Rise Core Wall Buildings (ID 1433)
Maryam Mahmoodi, University of British Columbia; Perry Adebar, University of British Columbia;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Simplistic and Innovative Reinforcement Detailing of RC Coulping Beams (ID 1365)
Shih-Ho Chao, The University of Texas at Arlington; Poorya Hajyalikhani, ; Young-Jae Choi, The University of Texas at Arlington;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Influence of Soil-Structure-Interaction in Shear-Wall RC Buildings Fragility Curves (ID 1136)
Carolina Magna-Verdugo, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez; José Abell, Universidad de Los Andes; Miguel Rodriguez, Universidad Diego Portales;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Thursday 28-Jun-18: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

TT043. Risk and Resilience of Distributed Infrastructure and LifelinesRisk and Resilience of Distributed Infrastructure and Lifelines

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Beaudry A

MODERATOR: Brad Wham, University of Colorado Boulder;

DESCRIPTION: This session will feature research which discusses the risk and resilience of distributed infrastructure and lifelines.

Modeling Earthquake Damage to Water Pipelines: A Comparison of Empirical Methods (ID 757)
Rachel Davidson, University of Delaware; Adam Bagriacik, University of Delaware; Brendon Bradley, University of Canterbury; Matthew Hughes, University of Canterbury; Misko Cubrinovski, University of Canterbury;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Achieving Resilient Water Networks: Experimental Performance Evaluation (ID 528)
Brad Wham, Cornell University; Blake Berger, Cornell University; Chalermpat Pariya-Ekkasut, Cornell University; Christina Argyrou, Cornell University; Harry Stewart, Cornell University; Thomas O'Rourke, Cornell University; Timothy Bond, Cornell University;
Download Presentation   Download Presentation   Download paper

A Framework for Water Distribution System exposed to Seismic Events and Evolving Conditions (ID 943)
Ji Yun Lee, Washington State University; Agam Tomar, University of California, Los Angeles; Henry Burton, University of California, Los Angeles;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Healthcare System Resilience Reconaissance Seven Years After the 2010 Maule Earthquake (ID 1187)
Barbara Simpson, University of California, Berkeley; Marisella Ortega, Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria; Preetish Kakoty, University of California, Irvine; Wael Hassan, American University in Cairo;
Download paper

Fragility of the Electric Power Grid (ID 436)
John Eidinger, G&E;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Sustainable and Resilient Seismic Design of California High Speed Rail Complex Bridges (ID 439)
Anoosh Shamsabadi, California High Speed Rail Authority;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT044. Experimental Results in Reinforced Concrete MembersBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Beaudry B

MODERATOR: Susumu Kono, Tokyo Institute of Technology;

DESCRIPTION: New experimental findings in reinforced concrete beams, beam-column connections, and bridge piers with recycled aggregates.

Seismic Performance of RC Beams Focusing on Failure Mode and Crack Evaluation (ID 1386)
Susumu Kono, Tokyo Institute of Technology; David Mukai, Univ. of Wyoming; Hidekazu Watanabe, Building Research Institute; Jonny Setiawan, Tokyo Institute of Technology; Marta del Zoppo, University of Naples Parthenope; Taku Obara, Tokyo Institute of Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Cyclic Shear Response of Continuous Reinforced Concrete Haunched Beams (ID 153)
Arturo Tena-Colunga, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana; Hans Archundia-Aranda, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana; Luis Urbina-Californias, Universidad Politécnica de Chimalhuacán;
Download paper

Damage Assessment and Residual Capacity of RC Beams Subjected to Low-Cycle Fatigue (ID 274)
Amir Malek, University of Canterbury; Allan Scott, University of Canterbury; Stefano Pampanin, University of Canterbury;
Download paper

Experimental Study on Bond Strength in R/C Beams with Double Layered Cutoff Bars (ID 853)
Koshiro Nishimura, Hokkaido University; Naoki Ohnishi, Hokkaido University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Cyclic Tests of Precast Reinforced Concrete Beam-Column Connections (ID 358)
Hector Guerrero, UNAM; Alberto Escobar, UNAM; Felipe Bennetts, CENAPRED; Sergio Alcocer, UNAM;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Experimental Investigation of the Seismic Performance of Recycled Aggregate Concrete Bridge Piers (ID 157)
Shuai Li, Southeast University; Kishoare Tamanna, University of British Columbia Okanagan; M. Shahria Alam, University of British Columbia Okanagan; Maher Al-Hawarneh, University of British Columbia Okanagan;
Download paper

TT045. Instrumentation, Data Collection, and Seismic NetworkInstrumentation, Data Collection, and Seismic Networks

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Beverly

MODERATOR: Anthony Shakal, CGS/SMIP;

DESCRIPTION: Ground motion instrumentation, processing and instrumented structures.

Development of the CSMIP Automated Strong Motion Recovery and Analyses (SMARA) System (ID 1239)
Anthony Shakal, CGS/SMIP; Hamid Haddadi, CGS/SMIP; Troy Reitz, CGS/SMIP;
Download Presentation   Download paper

PRISM, Processing and Review Interface for Strong Motion Data Software (ID 169)
Christopher Stephens, USGS; Erol Kalkan, USGS; Jeanne Jones, USGS; Peter Ng, USGS;
Download paper

Quantifying the Benefits of Building Instruments to FEMA P-58 Damage and Loss Predictions (ID 199)
Gemma Cremen, Stanford University; Jack Baker, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

UAV-Based Motion Tracking of a Full-Scale 6-Story Building During Earthquake Shaking (ID 781)
Christine Wittich, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Tara Hutchinson, University of California, San Diego; Xiang Wang, University of California, San Diego;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Time Evolution of the Modal Parameters of a Five-Story Building Using Strong Motion Data (ID 1835)
Rodrigo Astroza, Universidad de los Andes;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Low Cost Bridge Seismic Monitoring Applying Used Smart Phones and Cloud Server (ID 1124)
Ji Dang, Saitama University ; Ashish Shrestha, Saitama University ; Pang-Jo Chun, Ehime University; Shingo Asamoto, Saitama University ; Shogo Matsunaga, Kyodo Engineering Consultant Co., Ltd.; Xin Wang, Tohoku University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT046. Tall Buildings Design and Issues 1Tall Buildings Design and Issues

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Hollywood

MODERATOR: Marshall Lew, Wood Environmental & Infrastructure Solutions Inc.;

CO-MODERATOR: Farzad Naeim, Farzad Naeim Inc.;

DESCRIPTION: SPONSORED BY: LATBSDC. This session will focus on tall buildings and design issues.

Impacts of Ground Motion Selection and Scaling on the Response of a Real High-Rise Building (ID 72)
Kevin Aswegan, Magnusson Klemencic Associates; Andrew Makdisi, Hart Crowser; Doug Lindquist, Hart Crowser; John Hooper, Magnusson Klemencic Associates;
Download Presentation   Download paper

The CMS-UHS Composite Spectrum for Intensity-Based Assessments of Tall Buildings (ID 569)
Neal Kwong, The Cooper Union; Anil Chopra, UC Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Scaling of Time Histories for Response History Analysis for Performance Based Design of Tall Buildings (ID 1523)
Marshall Lew, Wood Environmental & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc.; Andrew Dinsick, GeoPentech; Kenneth Hudson, Wood Environmental & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Evaluation of Wall Damper Effectiveness on the Seismic Performance of Buildings (ID 1585)
Abdullah Dilsiz, Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University; Ali Özuygur, ; Mohamed Moustafa, University of Nevada, Reno; Mohammed Mohammed, ;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Performance-Based Simulations: What Are We Really Getting? (ID 1614)
Andrew Shuck, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.; Henry Sweat, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.; Melissa Meikle, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

The Legal Cloud Looming Over San Francisco High-Rises: Legal Developments Since Loma Prieta (ID 1668)
Mark White, Law Offices of Mark N White;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT047. Education and OutreachEducation and Outreach

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: San Fernando

MODERATOR: Lelli Van Den Einde, University of California San Diego;

DESCRIPTION: Reducing earthquake risk by advancing the science and practice of earthquake engineering can only be accomplished by educating and inspiring youth in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, disseminating risk and mitigation information to the general public, and engaging and bringing the earthquake engineering professional community together. Presentations in this session will describe the vast work in the area of earthquake engineering education and outreach targeted at our youth, the general public and our profession. Topics include strategic outreach efforts to build community partnerships, strategies and resources for K-16 engineering education, and the effects of social media in education and information dissemination.

Building Community Partnerships Through Strategic Outreach (ID 379)
Annie Kao, Simpson Strong-Tie; Bob Lyons, Risha Engineering; David Cocke, Structural Focus; Jeff Ellis, Simpson Strong-Tie; Ken O'Dell, MHP; Lucy Jones, Dr. Lucy Jones Center for Science & Society; Michelle Kam-Biron, American Wood Council; Victoria Wigle, DPR Construction;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Social Media Strategy and Effectiveness (ID 1659)
Beth Bartel, UNAVCO; Jason Ballman, SCEC; Wendy Bohon, IRIS;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Developing a Sustainable Earthquake Engineering Curriculum for K-12 Students and Teachers (ID 1711)
Lelli Van Den Einde, University of California, San Diego;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Making Earthquake Engineering Knowledge More Accessible for Public Elementary Schools (ID 1634)
Elizabeth Hunter, STEMTaught Elementary Education Program; Jacob Hunter, STEMTaught Elementary Education Program;
Download Presentation   Download paper

An Inductive Learning Approach for Teaching Earthquake Response Spectra (ID 1320)
H. Benjamin Mason, Oregon State University; David Hurwitz, Oregon State University; Kamilah Buker, Oregon State University; Michael Scott, Oregon State University; Rachel Adams, Oregon State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Engaging Educators and the Public with Seismic and Geodetic Educational Resources (ID 1308)
John Taber, IRIS; Donna Charlevoix, UNAVCO;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT048. Advances in Non-Linear Modeling Tools 1Advances in Non-Linear Modeling Tools

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita AB

MODERATOR: Amit Kanvinde, University of California Davis;

DESCRIPTION: This section focuses on the computational simulation of steel structures at various scales, addressing extreme limit states such as buckling, fracture, and collapse.

Cyclic Fracture Simulation Framework for Modeling Collapse in Steel Structures (ID 1202)
David Padilla-Llano, Northeastern University; Benjamin Schafer, The Johns Hopkins University; Jerome Hajjar, Northeastern University; Matthew Eatherton, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Computational Simulation of Ductile Fracture in Buckling Restrained Braces (ID 1106)
Masao Terashima, Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co.; Amit Kanvinde, University of California at Davis; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Simulation of Ductile Fracture Propagation in Structural Steel Subjected to Ultra-Low Cycle Fatigue (ID 1392)
Vincente Pericoli, University of California, Davis; Amit Kanvinde, University of California, Davis; Andy Ziccarelli, Stanford University; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University; Masao Terashima, Stanford University; Xai Lao, University of California, Davis;
Download Presentation   Download paper

A Damage-Plasticity Approach for Deterioration Modeling of Steel Components (ID 699)
Thanh Do, University of California Berkeley; Filip Filippou, University of California Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Assessment of Column Splice Fracture Influence on Seismic Performance of Steel Moment Frames (ID 103)
Kimberly Stillmaker, CSU Fresno; Amit Kanvinde, UC Davis; Andy Magdaleno, CSU Fresno; Maryam Nazari, CSU Fresno;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Fiber-Based Model for Earthquake-Induced Collapse Simulation of Steel Frame Buildings (ID 1697)
Dimitrios Lignos, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL); Yusuke Suzuki, Nippon Steel and Sumitomo Metal Corporation;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT049. Low-Rise Buildings: Timber and Housing StructuresBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Santa Monica B

MODERATOR: Jiro Takagi, Tokyo Metropolitan University;

CO-MODERATOR: Reid Zimmerman, KPFF Consulting Engineers;

DESCRIPTION: This session addresses recent studies in timber structures and RC walls for housing buildings.

Full-Scale Shake Table Testing of a Two-Story Mass-Timber Rocking Wall Building (ID 1144)
shiling pei, Colorado School of Mines; Andre Barbosa, Oregon State University; Eric McDonnell, KPFF; Hans-Erik Blomgren, Katerra; James Dolan, Washington State University; Jeffrey Berman, University of Washington; John van De Lindt, Colorado State University; Reid Zimmerman, KPFF;
Download Presentation   Download paper

More Reliable Structures Beyond Brittle or Ductile Structures (ID 691)
Akira Wada, Tokyo Institute of Technology; Jiro Takagi, Tokyo Metropolitan University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Framework - Innovation in Re-Centering Mass Timber Wall Buildings (ID 149)
Reid Zimmerman, KPFF Consulting Engineers; Eric McDonnell, KPFF Consulting Engineers;
Download Presentation   Download paper

New Developments for Rapid and Detailed Risk Assessment of Wood Light-Frame Buildings (ID 1807)
D. Jared DeBock, California State University, Chico; Curt Haselton, Califronia State University Chico and HB-Risk; Dustin Cook, Haselton Baker Risk Group; Katherine Wade, Haselton Baker Risk Group;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Fragility Curves for Post-Tensioned Timber Frames with Supplemental Damping Devices (ID 829)
Alessandro Palermo, University of Canterbury; Gabriele Granello, University of Canterbury; Marco Broccardo, ETH Zurich; Stefano Pampanin, University of Canterbury;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Stiffness Degradation of RC Walls for Low-Rise Housing (ID 899)
Julian Carrillo, Nueva Granada Military University (UMNG); Diego Vargas, Nueva Granada Military University, UMNG;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Thursday 28-Jun-18: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

TT015. Information Technology and Collaboration ToolsInformation Technology and Collaboration Tools

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: San Pedro

MODERATOR: Falko Kuester, University of California San Diego;

CO-MODERATOR: Anne Rosinski, California Geological Survey - CA Earthquake Clearinghouse;

DESCRIPTION: This session will feature research on information technology and collaboration tools.

CA EQ Clearinghouse: Technology Interoperability for Information Sharing & Collaboration (ID 956)
Anne Rosinski, California Geological Survey - CA Earthquake Clearinghouse; James Morentz, XchangeCore ; Phil Beilin, City of Walnut Creek;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Belief and Basic Evidence Theory for Combining Expert Seismic Risk Assessments (ID 99)
Ross Corotis, University of Colorado; Cristina Torres-Machi, University of Colorado; Wendy Ballent, University of Colorado;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Intersection of Earthquake Engineering with the Digital Age: Applications to Resilience (ID 1674)
Ben Carter, Arup; Ibrahim Almufti, Arup; Ji Su Lee, Arup; Michael Mieler, Arup; Nicole Paul, Arup;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Creating Rapidly Reconfigurable Sensor Networks with UAVs (ID 1737)
Falko Kuester, University of California San Diego; Dominique Meyer, University of California San Diego; Dominique Rissolo, University of California San Diego; Eric Lo, University of California San Diego; Megulo Abebe, University of California San Diego; Mike Hess, University of California San Diego; Tara Hutchinson, University of California San Diego; Vid Petrovic, University of California San Diego;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Deep Learning for Automated Image Classification of Seismic Damage to Civil Infrastructure (ID 289)
Anahid Behrouzi, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo; Bradley Patterson, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo; Garrett Leone, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo; Maria Pantoja, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Temblor, a mobile app to help the public understand and reduce their earthquake risk (ID 152)
Ross Stein, Temblor, Inc;
Download paper

TT050. Dynamic Performance of Infilled RC Frames & Steel StructuresBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Beaudry B

MODERATOR: Supratik Bose, University at Buffalo;

CO-MODERATOR: Damon Fick, Montana State University;

DESCRIPTION: Performance under dynamic conditions of infilled reinforced concrete and steel structures, the latter with a strong emphasis on uncertainty quantification.

Framework for the Nonlinear Dynamic Simulation of the Seismic Response of Infilled RC Frames (ID 1741)
Andreas Stavridis, University at Buffalo; Jimena Martin Tempestti, University at Buffalo; Supratik Bose, University at Buffalo;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Modeling of the Seismic Performance of Buildings with Infilled RC Frames (ID 1075)
Supratik Bose, University at Buffalo; Andreas Stavridis, University at Buffalo;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Response of Masonry Infill and Confined Masonry Walls Subjected to Direct Shear (ID 1831)
Damon Fick, Montana State University; Jerry Stephens, Montana State University; Kinsey Skillen, Purdue University; Maxim Johnson, C&H Engineering and Surveying, Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Performance Examination of Metal Building Systems with FEMA P695 Process (ID 785)
Vahid Meimand, NBM Technologies; Benjamin Schafer, NBM Technologies; Cristopher Moen, NBM Technologies;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Collapse Performance Assessment of Low-Ductility Concentrically Braced Frames Incorporating Modeling Uncertainty (ID 1647)
Xin Chu, Lehigh University; James Ricles, Lehigh University; Richard Sause, Lehigh University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Quantification of Uncertainties in the Response of Beam-Columns in Steel Moment Frames (ID 906)
Siamak Sattar, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Jonathan Weigand, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Kevin Wong, National Institute of Standards and Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT051. Experimental Methods 1: Development and Application of Hybrid SimulationExperimental Methods

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Beverly

MODERATOR: Yunbyeong Chae, Old Dominion University;

DESCRIPTION: Presentations will cover recent advancements in hybrid simulation testing methods and applications to testing of structural systems

Optimal Design of a Nonlinear System Against Multiple Excitations Using a Cyber-Physical Approach (ID 1343)
Brian Phillips, University of Maryland; Ruiyang Zhang, University of Maryland;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Real-Time Force Control for Advancing Real-Time Hybrid Simulation (ID 1648)
Yunbyeong Chae, Old Dominion University; Chul-Young Kim, Myongji University; Jinhaeng Lee, Myongji University; Minseok Park, Myongji University; Ramin Rabiee, Old Dominion University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

An Integrated Discrete-Time Compensator for Real-Time Hybrid Simulation (ID 1219)
Wei Song, The University of Alabama; Saeid Hayati, The University of Alabama;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Assessment of a Timber-Steel Structure Using Hybrid Simulation (ID 554)
Jeffery Erochko, Carleton University; David Lau, Carleton University; Joshua Woods, Carleton University; Sean Miller, Carleton University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Experimental Hybrid Simulation of the 3D Seismic Response of Reinforced Concrete Shear Walls (ID 1765)
Najib Bouaanani, Polytechnique Montreal; Youness Mechmachi, Polytechnique Montreal;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Material Law to Simulate the Nonlinear Cyclic Behavior of Infilled RC Frames (ID 787)
Seyedsina Yousefianmoghadam, University at Buffalo; Andreas Stavridis, University at Buffalo;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT052. Tall Buildings Design and Issues 2Tall Buildings Design and Issues

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Hollywood

MODERATOR: Farzad Naeim, Farzad Naeim Inc.;

CO-MODERATOR: Marshall Lew, Wood Environmental & Infrastructure Solutions Inc.;

DESCRIPTION: SPONSORED BY: LATBSDC. This session will focus on tall buildings and design issues.

A Potential Problem in Estimating the Drift Response of High-Rise Buildings (ID 423)
Santiago Pujol, Purdue University; Ayhan Irfanoglu, Purdue University; Lucas Laughery, Nagoya Institute of Technology; Mete Sozen, Purdue University; Polat Gulkan, Middle East Technical University; Thomas Heaton, California Institute of Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Collapse Assessment of Ductile Coupled Walls (ID 1169)
Negin Tauberg, UCLA; John Wallace, UCLA; Kristijan Kolozvari, California State University, Fullerton;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Beyond Verification and Towards the Design of Slender Core-Only Structures Using PBSD (ID 1642)
David Shook, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP; Eric Long, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP; Francesco Ranaudo, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP; Mark Sarkisian, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP; Ramin Golesorkhi, Langan; Scott Walker, Langan;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Nonlinear Dynamic Seismic Evaluation of a Pre-Code Concrete Shear Wall Tower (ID 903)
Chad Fusco, Thornton Tomasetti; Dr. Yuli Huang, Arup;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Comparison of Seismic Performance & Recovery Metrics for a 1970s vs Modern Tall Steel Moment Frame Building (ID 602)
Carlos Molina Hutt, University of British Columbia; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University; Ibrahim Almufti, Arup; Tiziana Rossetto, UCL, University College London;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Performance of Tall Concrete Special Moment Frame with High-Strength Reinforcement (ID 483)
Duy To, University of California, Berkeley; Drit Sokoli, University of Texas at Austin; Jack Moehle, University of California, Berkeley; Wassim Ghannoum, University of Texas at San Antonio;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT053. Liquefaction: Case Histories, Numerical Modeling, and MitigationLiquefaction and Ground Failures

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Palos Verdes

MODERATOR: Scott Brandenberg, UCLA;

CO-MODERATOR: Shideh Dashti, University of Colorado;

DESCRIPTION: Liquefaction triggering, effects, and mitigation of liquefaction hazard will be covered in this session. Field case histories, numerical modeling, and laboratory testing will be presented.

Effects of Irregular Loading on Sand Responses Before and After Liquefaction Initiation (ID 123)
Wing Shun Kwan, California State University, Los Angeles; Jose Huaz, Cal State LA;
Download Presentation   Download Presentation   Download paper

Mitigation of Liquefaction Beneath Existing Facilities Using Denitrification (ID 190)
Edward Kavazanjian, Arizona State University; Bruce Rittmann, Arizona State University; Caitlyn Hall, Arizona State University; Leon van Paassen, Arizona State University; Nasser Hamdan, Arizona State University; Sean O"Donnell, Geosyntec Consultants;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Efficiency, Sufficiency, and Predictability of Intensity Measures for Predicting the Consequences of Liquefaction on Buildings (ID 218)
Zach Bullock, University of Colorado, Boulder; Abbie Liel, University of Colorado, Boulder; Keith Porter, University of Colorado, Boulder; Shideh Dashti, University of Colorado, Boulder;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Back Analyses of Stone Canyon Dam for the Northridge Earthquake (ID 758)
Ethan Dawson, AECOM; Andreas Skarlatoudis, AECOM; Francesco Tatone, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; Jianping Hu, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; Nesa Nesarajah, AECOM; Paul Somerville, AECOM;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Liquefaction Effects at CentrePort Wellington Due to the 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake (ID 791)
Jonathan Bray, Univ. of California, Berkeley; Christopher de La Torre, Univ. of Canterbury; Emily Stocks, Tonkin + Taylor, Ltd.; Misko Cubrinovski, Univ. of Canterbury; Tiffany Krall, ;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Case Study of Liquefaction Susceptibility from Field Performance of Hydraulic Fills (ID 1539)
Dong Youp Kwak, Hanynag University; Jonathan Stewart, University of California, Los Angeles; Paolo Zimmaro, University of California, Los Angeles; Shoichi Nakai, Chiba University; Toru Sekiguchi, Chiba University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT054. Advances in Non-Linear Modeling Tools 2Advances in Non-Linear Modeling Tools

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita AB

MODERATOR: Amit Kanvinde, University of California Davis;

DESCRIPTION: This session focuses on RC elements as well as computational simulation of generic degrading/softening beam-column elements.

Multi-Node Gradient Inelastic Element Formulation for Structural Collapse Simulation (ID 1347)
Petros Sideris, Texas A&M University; Mohammad Salehi, Texas A&M University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

A Unified Nonlinear Structural Analysis Framework Based on a Degrading Hysteretic Beam Element Model (ID 1095)
Mariyam Amir, Pennsylvania State University; Gordon Warn, Pennsylvania State University; Kostas Papakonstantinou, Pennsylvania State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Computational Simulation of RC Beam-To-Column Connections Under Earthquake Loading (ID 823)
Chenxi Xing, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Ioannis Koutromanos, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Mohammadreza Gargari, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Inc.; Roberto Leon, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Numerical Prediction of the In-Plane Cyclic Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Shear Walls (ID 297)
Gloria Faraone, UCSD; Lorenzo Moschetti, University of Bologna; Tara Hutchinson, UCSD;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Collapse Simulation of RC Columns Under Biaxial Cyclic Loading (ID 1061)
Michael Scott, Oregon State University; Andrea Lucchini, University of Rome; Paolo Franchin, University of Rome;
Download paper

Performance of Aged Reinforced Concrete Columns Under Lateral Loading (ID 35)
Amit Jain, University of Southern California; Bora Gencturk, University of Southern California;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT055. Analytical and Experimental Investigations in Steel BracesBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Santa Barbara

MODERATOR: Barbara Simpson, University of California Berkeley;

CO-MODERATOR: Mohamed Moustafa, University of Nevada Reno;

DESCRIPTION: Assessment of braced frames based on experiments and analyses to improve structural performance.

Analytical Investigation of Offset Geometries in Steel Strongback Braces Frames (ID 1257)
Barbara Simpson, University of California, Berkeley; Stephen Mahin, University of California, Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Modeling Sensitivity Analysis of Concentrically Braced Frames Under Short and Long Duration Ground Motions (ID 1176)
Ali Hammad, University of Nevada, Reno; Mohamed Moustafa, University of Nevada, Reno;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Inelastic System Behavior of Buckling-Restrained Braced Frames at Moderate and Large Drifts (ID 1104)
Keith Palmer, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger; Charles Roeder, University of Washington; Dawn Lehman, University of Washington;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Failure Modes of Starred Angle Braces (ID 1874)
Ricardo Herrera, University of Chile; Fabbio Claverie, University of Chile; Robinson Guerrero, University of Chile;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Analytical and Experimental Study on Steel Braces with Stronger Middle Length Treated by Induction Hardening (ID 1050)
Konstantinos Skalomenos, Kyoto University; Masahiro Kurata, Kyoto University; Minehiro Nishiyama, Kyoto University; Yu Fukutomi, The Univeristy of Tokyo;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Vertical Seismic Demands on Steel Columns in Buckling-Restrained Braced Frames (ID 880)
Hongyang Wu, Auburn University; Brandt Saxey, CoreBrace, LLC; Justin Marshall, Auburn University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT056. Post-Earthquake Response, Emergency Management, and Recovery 1Post-Earthquake Response, Emergency Management, and Recovery

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ROOM: Santa Monica B

MODERATOR: Caroline Orchiston, University of Otago;

CO-MODERATOR: Sara McBride, USGS;

DESCRIPTION: SPONSORED BY CGS. This session will feature research on post-earthquake response, emergency management and recovery.

Performance Evaluation of Pedestrian Navigation Algorithms for City Evacuation Modeling (ID 302)
Fardad Haghpanah, Johns Hopkins University; Benjamin Schafer, Johns Hopkins University; Judith Mitrani-Reiser, Johns Hopkins University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Quantifying the Post-Earthquake Downtime Induced by Cordons Around Damaged Tall Buildings (ID 421)
Anne Hulsey, Stanford University; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University; Jack Baker, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Assessing, Coding and Marking of Highway Structures in Emergency Situations (ID 505)
Marc Veletzos, Merrimack College; Andre Barbosa, Oregon State University; Gene Roe, ; Kaz Tabrizi, Advanced Infrastructure Design, Inc.; Michael Olsen, Oregon State University; Patrick Burns, Magnusson Klemencic Associates; Zhiqiang Chen, University of Missouri-Kansas City;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Crowd-Sourced Remote Assessments of Regional-Scale Post-Disaster Damage (ID 678)
Sabine Loos, Stanford University; Anne Kiremidjian, Stanford University; Benjamin Herfort, Heidelberg University; Blake Girardot, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team; Cristiano Giovando, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team; David Lallemant, Nanyang Technological University; Gitanjali Bhattacharjee, Stanford University; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University; Jack Baker, Stanford University; Karen Barns, Stanford University; Keiko Saito, The World Bank Group; Melanie Eckle, Heidelberg University; Robert Soden, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Deep Residual Network with Transfer Learning for Image-Based Structural Damage Recognition (ID 993)
Yuqing Gao, University of California Berkeley; Kevin Li, University of California Berkeley; Khalid Mosalam, University of California Berkeley; Selim Gunay, University of California Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Drone and Imaging Virtual Tools for Earthquake Reconnaissance (ID 1391)
Sissy Nikolaou, WSP USA; Efthymios Vaxevanis, WSP USA; Guillermo Diaz-Fanas, WSP USA; Jay Mezher, WSP USA;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Thursday 28-Jun-18: 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

TT057. Assessing Inelastic Response in Steel and Composite Structural SystemsBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Beaudry B

MODERATOR: Zhichao Lai, Purdue University;

CO-MODERATOR: Cliff Jones, Protection Engineering Consultants;

DESCRIPTION: Studies on steel and composite structures that depict inelastic behavior discoveries.

High-Strength C-SMFs: Seismic Design, Modeling, Analysis, and Performance Evaluation (ID 882)
Amit Varma, Purdue University; Zhichao Lai, Fuzhou University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

On the Seismic Behavior of Concrete-Filled Composite Plate Shear Walls (ID 1326)
Jungil Seo, Purdue University; Amit Varma, Purdue University; April Wang, Purdue University; Soheil Shafaei, Purdue University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Rapid Risk Assessment of Buckling Restrained Braced Frames, with Focus on Residual Drifts (ID 1806)
Brandt Saxey, CoreBrace; Curt Haselton, Califronia State University Chico and HB-Risk; Edward Almeter, Haselton Baker Risk Group; Katherine Wade, Haselton Baker Risk Group;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Application of Disproportionate Collapse Design Provisions to Seismic Design of Buildings (ID 1452)
Cliff Jones, Protection Engineering Consultants; Aldo McKay, Protection Engineering Consultants;
Download paper

Collapse Analysis of Staggered Steel Plate Shear Wall Systems (ID 1552)
Abhishek Verma, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi; Dipti Sahoo, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Identifying Critical Locations for Connection Ductility in Steel Moment Resisting Frames (ID 907)
Andre Filiatrault, University at Buffalo, State University of New York; Lydell Wiebe, McMaster University; Paul Steneker, McMaster University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT058. Experimental Methods 2Experimental Methods

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Beverly

MODERATOR: Alireza Nojavan, Dominion Energy;

CO-MODERATOR: Christopher Segura, University of California Los Angeles;

DESCRIPTION: Experimental evaluation and measurement of structural systems

Novel Digital Image Correlation Instrumentation for Large-Scale Shake Table Tests (ID 174)
Luna Ngeljaratan, University of Nevada, Reno; Mohamed Moustafa, University of Nevada, Reno;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Effect of Lateral Loading Protocols on Seismic Performance of RC Columns (ID 1059)
Alireza Nojavan, Dominion Energy; Arturo Schultz, University of Minnesota; Shih-Ho Chao, University of Texas at Arlington;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Experimental Investigation on the Ultimate Drift Capacity of RC Beams Under Cyclic Loading (ID 448)
Shubham Trivedi, The University of Tokyo; Hitoshi Shiohara, The University of Tokyo; Naoki Kurita, The University of Tokyo; Seitaro Tajiri, The University of Tokyo; Yuichiro Yoshida, The University of Tokyo;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Flexural Compression Capacity of Thin Reinforced Concrete Structural Walls (ID 1001)
Christopher Segura, University of California, Los Angeles; Carlos Arteta, Universidad del Norte; Gustavo Araujo, Universidad del Norte; John Wallace, University of California, Los Angeles;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Damage Resilient Shear Wall Structures Detailed with Innovative Materials (ID 433)
Mohammad Javad Tolou Kian, University of Alberta; Carlos Cruz Noguez, University of Alberta;
Download paper

Shake Table Evaluation of Screen Grid Core Insulated Concrete Form Walls (ID 975)
Anwer Mohammed, Portland State University; Peter Dusicka, Portland State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT059. Operational Earthquake ForecastingOperational Earthquake Forecasting

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Palos Verdes

MODERATOR: Sara McBride, USGS;

CO-MODERATOR: Warner Marzocchi, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia;

DESCRIPTION: Research which discusses operational earthquake forecasting.

An Evidenced Based Approach for Supporting Scientists Communicating Earthquake Forecasts (ID 1454)
Sara McBride, USGS; Anne Wein, USGS; Emma Hudson-Doyle, Joint Centre for Disaster Research; Julia Becker, GNS Science; Sally Potter, GNS Science;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Developing Earthquake Forecast Templates for Fast and Effective Communication (ID 1627)
Sara McBride, U.S. Geological Survey; Andrew Michael, U.S. Geological Survey; Anne Wein, U.S. Geological Survey; Jeanne Hardebeck, U.S. Geological Survey; Julia Becker, GNS Science; Matthew Gerstenberger, GNS Science; Morgan Page, U.S. Geological Survey; Ned Field, U.S. Geological Survey; Nicholas Van Der Elst, U.S. Geological Survey; Sally Potter, GNS Science; Suzanne Perry, U.S. Geological Survey;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Scientific and Non-Scientific Challenges for Operational Earthquake Forecasting (ID 1020)
Warner Marzocchi, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia; Giuseppe Falcone, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia; Matteo Taroni, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Towards Incorporation of Seismicity Clustering in Probabilistic Seismic Loss Estimation (ID 168)
Athanasios Papadopoulos, Scuola Universitaria Superiore IUSS Pavia; Paolo Bazzurro, Scuola Universitaria Superiore IUSS Pavia;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT060. Advances in Non-Linear Modeling Tools 3Advances in Non-Linear Modeling Tools

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita AB

MODERATOR: Amit Kanvinde, University of California Davis;

DESCRIPTION: This session focuses on the response and simulation, soil-structure interaction systems and structural foundations.

Nonlinear Body Waves in the Shallow Subsurface, Implications of Flow-Law Rheologies (ID 141)
Norman Sleep, Stanford; Nori Nakata, University of Oklahoma;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Performance of a Retaining Wall System Considering Liquefaction and Scour Potential (ID 989)
Alfredo Fernandez, Fugro; Dimitra Tsiaousi, Fugro; Jerko Kocijan, Fugro; Thaleia Travasarou, Fugro;
Download paper

Energy Dissipation in Earthquake Soil Structure Interaction Modeling and Simulation (ID 1729)
Boris Jeremic, University of California; Dave McCallen, LBNL; Han Yang, ;
Download Presentation   Download paper

3D Nonlinear Earthquake Soil Structure Interactions (Essi) for Nuclear Power Plants (Npp) (ID 1928)
Boris Jeremic, University of California; David McCallen, LBNL; Han Yang, UCD; Hexiang Wang, UCD; Sumeet Kumar Sinha, UCD; Yuan Feng, UCD;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Modelling of a Rocking Masonry Wall with Unbonded Post-Tensioning Subjected to Shake-Table Testing (ID 306)
Dimitrios Kalliontzis, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities; Arturo Schultz, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities; Sri Sritharan, Iowa State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Response of Steel Moment Frame Including Gravity System and Column Base Flexibility (ID 1304)
Farzin Zareian, University of California, Irvine; Francisco Flores, University of Cuenca; Pablo Torres Rodas, University of California, Irvine;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT061. Recent Findings in High-Strength Steel and Engineered Cementitious Composites (ECC)Buildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Santa Barbara

MODERATOR: Wassim Ghannoum, University of Texas at San Antonio;

CO-MODERATOR: Remy Lequesne, University of Kansas;

DESCRIPTION: Material science has pushed the boundaries of reinforced concrete technology. In this session, high-strength reinforcing steel and high-performance fiber-reinforced cementitious composites (HPFRCC) are discussed.

Critical Strain Demands for Performance Evaluation of High-Strength Reinforcing Bars (ID 910)
Wassim Ghannoum, The University of Texas at San Antonio; Albert Limantono, Hollingsworth Pack; Dhiaa Al-Tarafany, The University of Texas at San Antonio; Drit Sokoli, The University of Texas at Austin; Duy To, The University of California at Berkeley; Graham Hogsett, The University of Texas at Austin; Jack Moehle, The University of California at Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Assessing Seismic Safety of Concrete Moment Frames with High Strength Reinforcing Steel (ID 839)
Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University; Kuanshi Zhong, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Diagonally-Reinforced Concrete Coupling Beams with High-Strength Steel Bars (ID 754)
Rémy Lequesne, The University of Kansas; Alexander Weber-Kamin, The University of Kansas; Andrés Lepage, The University of Kansas; Shahedreen Ameen, The University of Kansas;
Download Presentation   Download paper

High-Strength Steel Bars in T-Shaped Concrete Walls (ID 734)
Rémy Lequesne, The University of Kansas; Andrés Lepage, The University of Kansas; Erick Burgos, The University of Kansas; Mohammad Sajedul Huq, The University of Kansas;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Behavior of 3D ECC Beam-Column Joints in Special Moment Resisting Frames (ID 701)
Farshid Hosseini, University of Southern California; Bora Gencturk, University of Southern California; Sirvan Lahour Pour, ;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Fiber-Based Modeling of Reinforced HPFRCC Hinge Regions (ID 760)
Hasan Tariq, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Ezra Jampole, Exponent, Inc.; Matthew Bandelt, New Jersey Institute of Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT062. Post-Earthquake Response, Emergency Management, and Recovery 2Post-Earthquake Response, Emergency Management, and Recovery

DATE/TIME: Thursday 28-Jun-18 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ROOM: Santa Monica B

MODERATOR: Forrest Lanning, FEMA;

CO-MODERATOR: David Johnston, Joint Centre for Disaster Research - GNS Science/Massey University;

DESCRIPTION: SPONSORED BY CGS. This session will feature research on post-earthquake response, emergency management and recovery.

An Emergency Management Planning, Preparedness, Response and Recovery Tool for Cities (ID 1611)
Raoul Karp, Bentley Systems; Charles Kircher, Charles A Kircher and Associates; Evan Reis, US Resiliency Council;
Download Presentation   Download Presentation   Download paper

Developing a User-Centric Understanding of Post-Disaster Building Damage Information Needs (ID 1667)
Gitanjali Bhattacharjee, Stanford University; Anne Kiremidjian, Stanford University; David Lallemant, Nanyang Technological University; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University; Karen Barns, Stanford University; Sabine Loos, Stanford University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

State Transportation Agencies Partner to Deploy and Enhance ShakeCast (ID 462)
Loren Turner, Caltrans; Brian Chiou, Caltrans; Daniel Slosky, United States Geological Survey; David Wald, United States Geological Survey; Kuo-Wan Lin, United States Geological Survey;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Development of a Domestic Earthquake Alert Protocol Combining the USGS PAGER and FEMA HAZUS Systems (ID 1035)
David Wald, U.S. Geological Survey; Hope Seligson, Seligson Consulting; Jesse Rozelle, FEMA; Jordan Burns, FEMA; Kishor Jaiswal, U.S. Geological Survey; Kristin Marano, U.S. Geological Survey; Mike Hearne, U.S. Geological Survey;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Impact of Earthquake Magnitude on the Estimation of Tsunami Evacuation Casualties. (ID 1593)
Alan Poulos, Cigiden; Alejandro Urrutia, Cigiden; Juan Carlos de La Llera, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Juan Carlos Herrera, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Rodrigo Cienfuegos, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Sebastian Castro, Cigiden;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Post-Earthquake Collapse Safety of Damaged RC Buildings Subjected to Aftershock Hazard (ID 948)
Ufuk Yazgan, Istanbul Technical University; Ziya Muderrisoglu, Istanbul Technical University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Friday 29-Jun-18: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

TT063. Performance-based Design of Structural SystemsBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Friday 29-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Palos Verdes

MODERATOR: Henry Burton, University of California Los Angeles;

CO-MODERATOR: Xian Qian, UC Berkeley;

DESCRIPTION: Research on a variety of structural systems in light of Performance-based procedures.

Framework for Performance-Based Analytics-Driven Seismic Design of Building Structures (ID 1636)
Henry Burton, University of California, Los Angeles;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Design and Behavior of a New High-Performance Steel Plate Shear Wall System (ID 696)
Xin Qian, University of California, Berkeley; Abolhassan Astaneh-Asl, University of California, Berkeley;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Performance of a Self-Centering Steel Moment Frame Building (ID 968)
Xingquan Guan, University of California Los Angeles; Henry V. Burton, University of California Los Angeles; Saber Moradi, Ryerson University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Performance of Code- And Performance-Based High-Rise Coupled Wall Buildings (ID 749)
Kristijan Kolozvari, California State University Fullerton; Daniel Saldana, California State University Long Beach; Ross Miller, California State University Fullerton; Vesna Terzic, California State University Long Beach;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Comparing the Performances of Framed Buildings Equipped with Different Dampers Configurations (ID 729)
Giada Gasparini, University of Bologna; Michele Palermo, University of Bologna; Stefano Silvestri, University of Bologna; Tomaso Trombetti, University of Bologna; Vittoria Laghi, University of Bologna;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Performance of Dowel Type Panel-To-Foundation Connections in Slender Precast Panels (ID 1699)
Lucas Hogan, University of Auckland; Jason Ingham, University of Auckland; Javad Hashemi, Swinburne University of Technology; Rick Henry, University of Auckland;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT064. Engineering SeismologyEngineering Seismology

DATE/TIME: Friday 29-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: San Fernando

MODERATOR: Melanie Walling, Walling Consultants;

DESCRIPTION: This session will feature research focusing on engineering seismology

Basin Amplification Factors for Cascadia Estimated from the 2011 Tohoku, Japan Earthquake (ID 465)
Andreas Skarlatoudis, AECOM; Mehrdad Hosseini, AECOM; Paul Somerville, AECOM;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Investigation of Site Effects in Kathmandu Basin from Array Microtremor Observations (ID 1211)
Nakhorn Poovarodom, Thammasat University; Amorntep Jirasakjamroonsri, Thammasat University; Deepak Chamlagain, Tribhuvan University; Pennung Warnitchai, Asian Institute of Technology;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Shear-Wave Velocity Analysis by Surface-Wave Methods in the Boston Area (ID 1432)
Alfredo Urzua, Boston College; John Ebel, Boston College; Siyu Liu, Boston College; Vincent Murphy, Weston Observatory;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Vibrational Tests of Hoodoos Near Los Alamos, NM (ID 685)
Farnyuh Menq, UT Austin; Julia Roberts, UT Austin; Kenneth Stokoe, UT Austin; Richard Lee, Los Alamos National Laboratory;
Download Presentation   Download paper

De-Noising of Ground Motion Records Using Short-Time Matrix Pencil Method [Poster Location 173] (ID 529)
Siavash Soroushian, K.N. Toosi University of Technology; Hanif Livani, University of Nevada; Mostafa Soltaninejad, K.N. Toosi University of Technology;
Download paper

Assessment of Ground Motion Selection and Scaling Methods for Response History Analyses of Mid-Rise Symmetric-Plan Buildings (ID 946)
Juan Reyes, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; Juan Acosta, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; Simon Kwong, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT065. Learning From Earthquakes 3: Geotechnical PerformanceLessons Learned from Recent Earthquakes, Post-Earthquake Assessment and Response

DATE/TIME: Friday 29-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: San Gabriel

MODERATOR: Anne Lemnitzer, University of CA Irvine;

DESCRIPTION: This session will feature lessons learned from recent reconnaissance efforts, focusing on the effects of ground motions on the structural performance, soil-structure interaction, and general geotechnical performance behavior.

Los Caras Isolated Bridge: Behavior of Piers and Foundations During (ID 1224)
Sissy Nikolaou, WSP USA; Enrique Morales Moncayo, Escuela Politecnico del Ejercito de Ecuador; Francisco Beltrán, Escuela Politecnico del Ejercito de Ecuador; Guillermo Diaz-Fanas, WSP USA; Marcelo Romo, Cuerpo de Ingenieros del Ejercito de Ecuador; Pablo Caiza, Escuela Politecnico del Ejercito de Ecuador; Pedro Mosquera, Cuerpo de Ingenieros del Ejercito de Ecuador;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Seismic Displacements in the Aso Caldera Depression Zone, 2016 M7 Kumamoto, Japan Earthquake (ID 1646)
Robert Kayen, UCLA & USGS; Gabriel Louis-Kayen, University of California: Berkeley; Katherine Cheng, University of California: Berkeley; Kevin Franke, Brigham Young University; Nicolas Oettle, AECOM; Ryan Sitar, University of California: San Diego; Shideh Dashti, University of Colorado Boulder;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Ground Motion Characteristics of the 2016 Central Italy Earthquake Sequence (ID 1719)
Paolo Zimmaro, University of California Los Angeles; Giuseppe Scasserra, University of Molise; Jonathan Stewart, University of California Los Angeles; Tadahiro Kishida, Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center (PEER), University of California, Berkeley; Tropeano Giuseppe, University of Cagliari;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Influence of Ground Motion on Performance of RC Infill Frames in the 2016 Ecuador Earthquake (ID 428)
Arturo Schultz, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Adrián Tola Tola, Virginia Tech University; Alberto Monzón, Sismoconsult; Ana Haro, Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas ESPE; Forrest Lanning, self-employed; Hector Monzon Despang, Sismoconsult; Mei Liu, Forel/Elsesser Engineers, Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Bridge Abutments in the 2016, Muisne Ecuador Earthquake: Soil-Structure Failure Mechanisms (ID 1228)
Marcelo Romo, Cuerpo de Ingenieros del Ejercito de Ecuador; Ana Saa, Escuela Politecnico del Ejercito de Ecuador; Andrew Whittaker, University at Buffalo; Enrique Morales Moncayo, Escuela Politecnico del Ejercito de Ecuador; Fausto Erazo, Cuerpo de Ingenieros del Ejercito de Ecuador; Guillermo Diaz-Fanas, WSP USA; Pedro Mosquera, Cuerpo de Ingenieros del Ejercito de Ecuador; Ramón Azua, Escuela Politecnico del Ejercito de Ecuador; Rosa Cadena, Escuela Politecnico del Ejercito de Ecuador; Sissy Nikolaou, WSP USA;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Structure-From-Motion Based 3D Mapping of Landslides & Fault Rupture Sites During 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake Reconnaissance (ID 1730)
Dimitrios Zekkos, University of Michigan; Adda Athanasopoulos-Zekkos, University of Michigan; John Manousakis, ; Marin Clark, University of Michigan;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT066. Striving for Better Design Practices: Collapse Assessment of Deficient Structures and Case StudiesBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Friday 29-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Santa Anita C

MODERATOR: Cheng Song, Walter P Moore and Associates Inc.;

DESCRIPTION: Discussion of unsatisfactory practices and case studies -- Both collapse assessment and adequate engineering solutions oriented to enhance structural designs in the future.

Owner Benefits from Smarter Building Design Using Voluntary Performance-Based Engineering (ID 1143)
Saiful Islam, Saiful/Bouquet Structural Engineers; Matthew Skokan, Saiful/Bouquet Structural Engineers; Tom Bouquet, Saiful/Bouquet Structural Engineers;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Dynamic Testing and Analysis of Multi-Story Rocking Cross Laminated Timber Walls (ID 351)
Sarah Wichman, University of Washington; Andre Barbosa, Oregon State University; Dan Dolan, Washington State University; Eric McDonnell, KPFF; Jeffrey Berman, University of Washington; John van De Lindt, Colorado State University; Reid Zimmerman, KPFF; Shiling Pei, Colorado School of Mines;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Case Study: Designing Rooftop Tower Structure for Reduced Damage Due to Seismic Ground Motion (ID 1362)
Jessica Chappell, Reaveley Engineers + Associates; Craig Wilkinson, Reaveley Engineers + Associates;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Collapse Assessment of a Chilean Code-Conforming Reinforced Concrete Office Building (ID 1114)
Diego Lopez-Garcia, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; Andres Garcia-Valdes, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez; Gabriel Candia, Universidad del Desarrollo; Gerardo Araya-Letelier, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez; Pablo Parra, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez; Rene Lagos, Rene Lagos Engineers;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Collapse Assessment of Vulnerable Reinforced Concrete Structures Under Earthquakes (ID 1374)
Cheng Song, Walter P Moore and Associates, Inc.; Santiago Pujol, Purdue University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Torsional Irregularity as a Collapse Indicator for Older Concrete Buildings (ID 1262)
Abbie Liel, University of Colorado ; Travis Marcilla, phStructure;
Download Presentation   Download paper

TT067. Innovative Structural Systems SolutionsBuildings, Structural Systems

DATE/TIME: Friday 29-Jun-18 10:30 am - 12:00 pm ROOM: Santa Monica B

MODERATOR: Zhi zhang, the University of Arizona;

CO-MODERATOR: Jeffrey Hunt, Exponent Inc.;

DESCRIPTION: New alternatives for structural systems are presented to confront growing engineering challenges.

An Innovative Self-Centering Connection for Circular Concrete Filled Steel Tubes (ID 522)
Roberto Leon, Virginia Tech; Yu Gao, Hellmuth & Obata + Kassabaum;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Repairable Precast Moment-Resisting Buildings (ID 1435)
Mostafa Tazarv, South Dakota State University; Abdullah Boudaqa, South Dakota State University;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Innovative Lateral System with Mechanical Fuses and Strongback Frames (ID 692)
Jeffrey Hunt, Exponent, Inc.; Greg Luth, Greg Luth & Associates; John Osteraas, Exponent, Inc.;
Download Presentation   Download paper

An Inertial Force-Limiting Floor Anchorage System for Low-Damage Building Structures (ID 986)
Zhi Zhang, the University of Arizona; Arpit Nema, University of California: San Diego; David Mar, Mar Structural Design; Dichuan Zhang, Nazarbayev University; Gabriele Guerrini, University of Pavia; Georgios Tsampras, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.; Giorgio Monti, University La Sapienza of Rome; Joe Maffei, Maffei Structural Engineering; Jose Restrepo, University of California, San Diego; Richard Sause, Lehigh University; Robert Fleischman, the University of Arizona; Ulina Shakya, the University of Arizona;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Experimental Study of Connection Between Floor System and Lateral Force Resisting System (ID 1206)
Georgios Tsampras, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger; David Mar, Mar Structural Design; Dichuan Zhang, Nazarbayev University; Joe Maffei, Maffei Structural Engineering; José Restrepo, University of California, San Diego; Richard Sause, Lehigh University; Robert Fleischman, University of Arizona; Ulina Shakya, University of Arizona; Zhi Zhang, University of Arizona;
Download Presentation   Download paper

Improvement of the Cyclic Bending Behavior of HSS Members Through Foam Fill (ID 1644)
Christian Flores Carreras, University of Michigan; Dan Wei, University of Michigan; Jason McCormick, University of Michigan; Luis Alfaro, University of Michigan;
Download Presentation   Download paper

 

The objective of EERI is to reduce earthquake risk by advancing the science and practice of earthquake engineering; improving understanding of the impact of earthquakes on the physical, social, economic, political, and cultural environment; and advocating comprehensive and realistic measures for reducing the harmful effects of earthquakes.

Contact Info

Address:

Earthquake Engineering Research Institute

499 14th Street, Suite 220,

Oakland, CA 94612-1934, USA

Phone: 510-451-0905
Fax: 510-451-5411
E-mail: 11ncee@eeri.org
Website: www.eeri.org

Our Subscribing Members

EERI Subscribing Membership is a unique opportunity for companies to publicly demonstrate their support of earthquake engineering and their commitment to EERI's mission.

Click here to learn more

Become a Member

EERI provides members with many ways to stay on top of the latest research and professional developments.