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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 ...
Critical Infrastructure Impacts in Small Towns Following the Kaikoura Earthquake, and Pre-and Post-event Adaptation to Manage these Impacts
Background and methodology The Mw 7.8, 14th November 2016 earthquake centred (item b, figure 1) in the Hurunui District of the South Island, New Zealand, damaged critical infrastructure across North Canterbury and ...
Performance of Underground Electricity Cables During the 2010-2011 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence: Insights for Assessing Criticality and Resilience
Asset management in power systems is exercised to improve network reliability to provide confidence and security for customers and asset owners. While there are well-established reliability metrics that are used to measure ...