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QuakeCoRE and NeSI's strategic partnership towards earthquake resilience via High Performance Computing
(University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. QuakeCore, 2016)
QuakeCoRE is a Centre of Research Excellence fostering innovative research in earthquake resilience for New Zealand. Significant portions of this research require large-scale computationally-intensive numerical simulations ...
Real-time ground motion simulation workflow
Background and objective : QuakeCoRE developed the Ground Motion (GM) simulation workflow based on the Graves and Pitarka (2010, 2015) methodology, we have strived to deliver the simulation result in timely manner to ...
SeisFinder: A web application for extraction of data from computationally-intensive earthquake resilience calculations
SeisFinder is an open-source web service developed by QuakeCoRE and the University of Canterbury, focused on enabling the extraction of output data from computationally intensive earthquake resilience calculations. ...
Vizualisation for scientific discovery and communication: Kaikoura earthquake as a case study
Ground Motion (GM) Simulation involves complex calculations that produce a large collection of numerical data, which needs a good visual presentation to help better understanding of the complex dynamics of the earthquake. In ...
Coupling ground motion simulation with regional modelling for rapid impact assessment
QuakeCoRE undertakes ground motion simulations as part of its computational workflow. Impact assessment is one of the subsequent downstream outcomes, and allows QuakeCoRE to assess estimated impacts for earthquakes – both ...
Fragility functions for buried pipelines in liquefiable soils based on New Zealand data
This poster aims to present fragility functions for pipelines buried in liquefaction-prone soils. Existing fragility models used to quantify losses can be based on old data or use complex metrics. Addressing these issues, ...