1 October 2018
EEFIT Field Report: Sulawesi, Indonesia
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This course covers seismic loading and design codes, design principles and analysis for seismic loading, and design and detailing of structural members. Advanced topics like probabilistic seismic hazard analysis will also be addressed.
This online course builds on the Fundamental vibrations theory course, with a focus on applications.
An online course tntroducing fundamental vibrations theory.
Learn how to reduce damage and facilitate disaster recovery through earthquake resilient engineering.
This resource features two case studies. They describe how engineers engaged with the local community following the earthquake of 2015.
A presentation on Beijing's tallest building, looking at how the award winning project came together.
This presentation discusses residential building damage, reconstruction issues, numerical analysis of stone masonry typologies and more.
This presentation details the motivation behind the research, the electronics and sensors used, experimental performance and further developments.
Discussing how enhancing preparedness for East African countries through seismic resilience engineering can mitigate the effect of earthquakes.
Past papers are useful study aides if you are planning to sit the exam.
In November 2012 EEFIT launched its first ever return mission to an earthquake affected site. This paper presents an overview of the post-disaster emergency phase and transition to reconstruction in the L'Aquila area after the earthquake.
This report is an outcome of the analysis of data and information related to the damage and post-earthquake reconstruction of residential buildings, collected during the field survey by the authors, in light of 2015 Nepal earthquake sequence.
A report from a project funded by a 2018 EEFIT Research Grant.
The annual presentation from the 2016 Pai Lin Li Travel Award winner, Jacob Borchers
Jason Ingham, Professor of Structural Engineering at the University of Auckland, discusses how his study on unreinforced masonry (URM) buildings has made an impact on industry practice.