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Decision Frameworks for Multi-Hazard Resilient and Sustainable Buildings - News

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T-Rex, a 64,000-pound shaker truck Ground-improvement methods might protect against earthquakes
Released March 19, 2014
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John van de Lindt Colorado State University team investigates earthquake retrofits for "soft" first-floor buildings
Released August 6, 2013
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Ben Schafer tested cold-formed steel in his lab Man-Made Quakes Could Lead to Safer, Sturdier Buildings
Released July 31, 2013
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researches setting up shake table Simulations aiding study of earthquake dampers for structures
Released July 30, 2013
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image of a cargo container Cargo Container Research to Improve Buildings' Ability to Withstand Tsunamis
Released February 4, 2013
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an overall shot of the five-story building Engineers Put Five-story Building on Seismic Shake Table to Test for Earthquake and Fire Readiness
Released April 12, 2012
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Adrian Rodriguez-Marek A Study of Strong Ground Motion May Show Need to Modify Building Codes
Released December 8, 2011
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damage caused by New Zealand earthquake Iowa State Engineer Studies Damage Caused by New Zealand Earthquake
Released March 9, 2011
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image of a three-story masonry structure UC San Diego Engineers Lead National Effort to Save Lives and Buildings During Earthquakes
Released January 7, 2011
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a 200-ton, four-span bridge A 110-foot Concrete Bridge Withstands 8.0 Earthquake Simulation
Released June 16, 2010
News From the Field
Photo of seismic test of 3-level parking structure Engineers Part of Nationwide Effort to Make Buildings Earthquake Safe
Released August 19, 2008
News From the Field
Video showing the RPI centrifuge experiment is available at http://www.rpi.edu/news/levees/ Large Centrifuge Helps Researchers Mimic Effects of Katrina on Levees
Released March 21, 2006
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