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ILEE-QuakeCoRE Shake Table Test on a Full-Scale Low-Damage Concrete Wall Building
QuakeCoRE has given New Zealand researchers the opportunity to access some of the world’s top earthquake engineering facilities. A system level shake-table test of a full-scale low-damage concrete wall building has been ...
Development and Testing of Hollow-Core Retrofits
Precast concrete floors are the predominant flooring system in New Zealand. Cost efficiency, low self-weight and the ability to span long distances are some reasons for their popularity. The 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake, ...
Making Wellington (Earthqueake) Resilient: Creating Building Inventory Dataset for Seismic Risk Assessment and Management
Wellington City Council earthquake resilience strategy began addressing the city’s building stock as early as 1970’s. Major events that shook our country during this decade (in particular the Kaikoura earthquake) highlighted ...
Reparability of earthquake damaged Reinforced Concrete walls
The 2010-2011 Christchurch earthquakes generated damage in several Reinforced Concrete (RC) buildings, which had RC walls as the principal resistant element against earthquake demand. Despite the agreement between structural ...
Smart Resilient Cities
Emerging technology and data processing tools are transforming the cities we live in, and the way we live in them. Understanding the confluence of trends and evolving relationship between people, systems and data is key ...