fmk-US-CHINA-OpenSees

Report
George E. Brown, Jr.
Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation
Joint development of OpenSees and its
Applications in Earthquake-Induced
Disaster Evolution of Civil Infrastructures.
Research Team: Jinping Ou,Zheng He (DUT), Li
Chen (TU), Quan Gu (XU), Stephen Mahin (UCB),
Joel
Conte (UCSD), Gilberto Mosqueda
(UCSD),
Juan Caicedo (UofSC), Frank McKenna (UC Berkeley)
Outline
• What is OpenSees
• OpenSees Training and Outreach
• OpenSees Code Developments
Outline
• What is OpenSees
• OpenSees Training and Outreach
• OpenSees Code Developments
What is OpenSees?
• A open-source software framework for building structural and
geotechnical (numerical) simulation applications in earthquake
engineering using finite element methods.
• A communication mechanism for exchanging and building upon
research accomplishments.
• OpenSees as been supported by the Pacific Earthquake Engineering
Research Center (PEER) since 1997 and George E. Brown Network
for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES) since 2003.
Parallel&Distributed
Used Worldwide
Usage of OpenSees on NEEShub
shows similar pattern
Outline
• What is OpenSees
• OpenSees Training and Outreach
• OpenSees Code Developments
Discovering OpenSees
• Each presentation done twice: once to facilitate those in US and European countries and
the other for researchers in China and Asian countries.
• Links to these recordings are provided on the Discovering OpenSees series on NEEShub.
http://nees.org/resources/4977/supportingdocs
• To date videos from the series have been watched almost 9,000 times.
Upcoming OpenSees Workshop, Harbin,
China, August 21, 2013
OpenSees Workshops in China 2014!
Tongji University, 2011
Upcoming 2 day OpenSees Session,
'Second Disaster Prevention and
Mitigation Engineering Conference of
China' organized by Professor Ou this
August 22-23 in Harbin, China.
Outline
• What is OpenSees
• OpenSees Training and Outreach
• OpenSees Code Developments
Contributions Worldwide
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A hysteresis model for high damping rubber bearings. M.Kikuchi (Hokkaido University,
Japan) and I. Aiken (Seismic Isolation Design, Inc)
A number of stabilized single-point integration elements for use in continuum models:
SSP_Quad, SSP_Brick, SSPquad_UP, SSPbrick_UP,, C McGann, P Mackenzie-Heinwein,
and P. Arduino, University of Washington.
New multi-spring elements. M.Kikuchi (Hokkaido University, Japan) and I. Aiken (Seismic
Isolation Design, Inc)
A new contact element. A. Zaghi and M.Cashany (University of Connecticut)
ElasticOrthotropic material. (ElasticOrthotropic, ElasticOrthotropic3D) M. Scott (Oregon
State)
Additional elastometric Bearings elements (ElastomericBearing,
ElastomericBearingBoucWen, ElastomericBearingPlasticity). A. Schellenberg (UC
Berkeley)
SteelBRB Q.Gu (Xiamen University, P.R. China)
A number of deterioration models for use in modeling of structural frames using
concentrated plasticity approach. ModIMKPeakOriented,ModIMKPeakPinching, Bilin
D.Lignos, McGill University, Canada
Damage2p, A concrete Damage Modelfor 3d and plane stress problems, L.Tesser, Univ.
Padua, Italy.
A cyclic elastopplasticity model for post-liquefaction deformation, Rui Wang, Tsinghua
University, P.R. China.
Others contd.
• BeamContact2D, BeamContact3D, BeamEndContact3D C McGann, P MackenzieHeinwein, and P. Arduino, University of Washington.
• Triple Friction Pendulum Element , N. Dao and K. Ryan, University of Nevada - Reno.
• CapPasticity Q.Gu (Xiamen University, P.R. China)
• ManzariDafalias ND materials (3D, PlaneStrain) Alborz Ghofrani and P.Arduino
Similar to Usage: Researchers in US and P.R.
China main contributors to OpenSees
New Directions - Fire
New Directions - Optimization
Code Development: Joel Conte (UCSD), Philp Gill (UCSD) Quan Gu(Xiamen)
Code Testing: students of Jinping Ou (DUT), Conte (UCSD), Gu (Xiamen)
funded
Future OpenSees Developments
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