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Visualisation for Scientific Discovery and Communication: Kaikoura Earthquake as a case Study
Introduction 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 ...
QuakeCoRE and OpenSees (Year 2) : Initiatives and Activities to Reduce Barriers to Entry and Reduce Time to Solutions
The OpenSees finite element platform (Open System for Earthquake Engineering Simulation) developed through the University of California Berkeley is the principal collaborative software identified by QuakeCoRE Technology ...
Simulation-Based PSHA for the Canterbury Region(cybershake v17.8)
This poster presents the computational components of physics-based broadband ground motion simulations to perform probabilistic seismic hazard analysis (PSHA) for Canterbury, New Zealand. Ground motions are simulated using ...
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 increase ...
SeisFinder : A Web Application for Extraction of Data from Computationally Intensive Earthquake Resilience Calculations
Overview of SeisFinder 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 ...