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BS in Civil and Infrastructure Engineering from George Mason University Research project: Computational Modeling of Glass Curtain Wall Systems to Support Fragility Curve Development With the increased push towards performance-based design, there is a need to understand and create more … Continue reading
BS in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech Research Project: Cyclic Testing of Cantilever Composite Diaphragms The primary objective of this study is to expand our understanding of the seismic performance of concrete-filled composite diaphragms constructed using modern construction practices.
BS from Virginia Tech Research Project: Improved Fracture Resistance of a Twelve Bolt Extended End-Plate Moment Connection The primary objective of this study is to figure out the detailing required to make the 12 bolt extended stiffened/unstiffened connection ductile enough … Continue reading
BS from Hanyang University Research Project: Design of Fixed-Base Hollow Structural Sections Subjected to Large Seismic Drift
BS from University of Cuenca Research Project: Topology Optimization of Steel Shear Fuses to Resist Buckling
BS from Virginia Tech Research Project: Qualification Testing of Artifacts in the Protected Zone of Moment Frames
BS from SRM University Research Project: Breaking the Barriers to Additive Manufacturing of Reinforced Concrete
BS from Nirma Institute of Technology Research Project: Breaking the Barriers to Additive Manufacturing of Reinforced Concrete
BS from Pennsylvania State University Research Project: Analytical and Experimental Investigation of a Twelve Bolt Cruciform End Plate Moment Connection
BS from Virginia Tech Research Project: Collecting, Evaluating and Characterizing the Experimental Response of Steel Deck Diaphragms