- Research Progress and Accomplishments: 1999-2000, Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research.
National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.; Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC.,
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- This is a selection of papers chronicling the technical achievements of the Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research during 1999-2000. 11 papers are included in this collection: Modeling Earthquake Impact on Urban Lifeline Systems: Advances and Integration; Development of Fragility Information for Structures and Nonstructural Components; Damage to Critical Facilities Following the 921 Chi-Chi, Taiwan Earthquake; Highway Bridge Seismic Design; Summary of FHWA/MCEER Project on Seismic Vulnerability of New Highway Construction; Ground Motion Prediction Methodologies for Eastern North America; Fiber Reinforced Composites for Advanced Seismic Performance of Water Supplies; The Marmara, Turkey Earthquake: Using Advanced Technology to Conduct Earthquake Reconnaissance; Restoration Activities Following the Marmara, Turkey Earthquake of August 17, 1999; Human and Institutional Perspectives of the 921 Chi-Chi, Taiwan Earthquake; Education and Educational Outreach: Using the Center Approach for Effective Knowledge Transfer, and Graduate Professional Education in Earthquake Engineering: An Integrated Approach.
- ; Ground motion; Fiber Reinforced composites; Education; Earthquake engineering; Fragility; Seismic design; Water supply; Research programs; Structural engineering; Seismic effects; Bridges (Structures); Taiwan; Turkey