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312th Regular Open Seminar
NHERI TallWood Project: Findings from the world’s tallest full-scale shake table test

Update: 2024/06/20

Date 2024/07/24(水曜日)
Secretary Shiling Pei

If you would like to participate, please e-mail me your name, affiliation and e-mail address by 10 am on the day.
Registration for Participants

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcvc-uupzorHtXneO-poBm-tuCpdb3W5x7p


要旨

This presentation will provide an overview of the results from a multi-year research project towards seismically resilient tall wood buildings. Specially, the planning, execution, and results will be discussed from the NSF-funded NHERI TallWood Project which aims at developing a resilience-based seismic design methodology for tall wood buildings. In collaboration with many industry partners, the project team tested a full-scale 10-story mass timber building in 2023 in order to validate a tall wood building design that is essentially earthquake proof. This is the world’s tallest full-scale building ever tested on a shake table to date, and survived over 240 earthquake tests without structural damage.

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