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Assessing the seismic resilience of an underground lifeline: Case study of the Christchurch City potable water network
(Quake CoRE, 2016)
essential systems upon which the well-being and functioning of societies depend. They deliver a service or a good to the population using a network, a combination of spatially-distributed links and nodes. As they ...
Fragility functions for buried pipelines in liquefaction-prone areas based on Canterbury earthquake sequence data
Motivation 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 ...
Inferred Seismic Performance and Recovery of the Christchurch Water Supply Network Following the 22 February 2011 Mw 6-2 Christchurch Earthquake
Introduction This poster presents the inferred initial performance and recovery of the water supply network of Christchurch following the 22 February 2011 Mw 6.2 earthquake. Results are presented in a geospatial and ...