Author Archives: matteatherton

Qicai Li

Li Qicai Professor University of Science and Technology of Suzhou

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Rohit Grandhi

BS from SRM University Research Project: Breaking the Barriers to Additive Manufacturing of Reinforced Concrete

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Sagar Shah

BS from Nirma Institute of Technology Research Project: Breaking the Barriers to Additive Manufacturing of Reinforced Concrete

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Trevor Szabo

BS from Pennsylvania State University Research Project: Analytical and Experimental Investigation of a Twelve Bolt Cruciform End Plate Moment Connection

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Patrick O’Brien

BS from Virginia Tech Research Project:  Collecting, Evaluating and Characterizing the Experimental Response of Steel Deck Diaphragms

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Haseeb Tahir

BS from Virginia Tech

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Adrian Patricio Tola Tola

BS from University of Cuenca MS from Virginia Tech Research Project:  Analytical and Experimental Assessment of Ductile Fracture Due to Low-Cycle Fatigue in Steel Structural Components Earthquakes can induce large strains in structural components within a small number of cycles … Continue reading

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Alireza Farzampour

BS from Sharif University MS from Sharif University Research Project: Converting global shear deformations into local buckling resistant yielding mechanisms in metallic plates

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Eatherton Receives the NSF CAREER Award

Eatherton received the NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) grand for his proposal related to developing innovative structural systems for multi-hazard resistance using steel plates with cutouts.  The project will create new enhanced structural systems by strategically removing material (i.e. … Continue reading

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Buckling Restrained Brace Subassemblage Testing

Our research group teamed up with Bluescope to test an innovative all-steel buckling restrained brace that they developed.  A subassemblage test setup was used to show that the new brace satisfies the qualification criteria in the AISC Seismic Provisions.

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