PEER has just published Report No. 2019/06: "Fluid-Structure Interaction and Python-Scripting Capabilities in OpenSees." It was authored by Minjie Zhu and Michael H. Scott, School of Civil and Construction Engineering Oregon State University
PEER has just published Report No. 2019/04: "Aftershock Seismic Vulnerability and Time-Dependent Risk Assessment of Bridges." It was authored by Sujith Mangalathu, Mehrdad Shokrabadi and Henry V. Burton.
PEER has just published Report No. 2019/03: "Ground-Motion Directivity Modeling for Seismic Hazard Applications." It was authored by Jennifer L. Donahue, Jonathan P. Stewart, Nicolas Gregor and Yousef Bozorgnia. Review Panel: Jonathan D. Bray, Stephen A. Mahin, I. M. Idriss, Robert W. Graves and Tom Shantz.
PEER has just published Report No. 2019/02: "Direct-Finite-Element Method for Nonlinear Earthquake Analysis of Concrete Dams Including Dam–Water–Foundation Rock Interaction." It was authored by Arnkjell Løkke and Anil Chopra.
PEER has just published Report No. 2018/01: “PEER Annual Report 2017 – 2018.” This report was prepared by PEER staff, led by Khalid Mosalam, Amarnath Kasalanati and Selim Günay. It contains a summary of research, educational and outreach activities at the PEER Center from July 2017 to June 2018.
PEER has just published Report No. 2018/08: "Central and Eastern North America Ground-Motion Characterization - NGA-East Final Report." It was authored by Christine Goulet, Yousef Bozorgnia, Norman Abrahamson, Nicolas Kuehn, Linda Al Atik, Robert Youngs, and Robert Graves
PEER has just published Report No. 2018/04: “Capturing Directivity Effects in the Mean and Aleatory Variability of the NGA-West2 Ground-Motion Prediction Equations.” It was authored by Jennie A. Watson-Lamprey, Slate Geotechnical Consultants.
PEER has just released a LaTex report template for use in creating PEER-formatted research reports. This template was developed in response to requests from researchers to include a LaTex template in addition to the current WORD template. This LaTex template approximates as closely as possible the current WORD template.