Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference 2015

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Tuesday, 16 June 2015
8:00-16:00
Board of Governors Meeting (Y2E2 300)
14:30-16:00
Committee Meeting
Stability Committee (Y2E2 105)
16:00-17:30
Committee Meetings
Shriram 052Shriram 262Shriram 262Shriram 366Y2E2 105Y2E2 300
Biomechanics Committee Journal of Nanomechanics and Micromechanics Properties of Materials Committee Structural Health Monitoring and Control Committee Fluid Dynamics Committee Computational Mechanics Committee
17:30-19:30
Ice Breaker Reception and Early Registration (Shriram Sunken Courtyard and Tea Room)
19:00-21:00
Committee Meeting
Granular Mechanics Committee (Y2E2 300)
Wednesday, 17 June 2015
7:00-8:00
Registration and Continental Breakfast (Hewlett Lobby)
8:00-8:30
Opening Remarks (Hewlett 200/201)
8:30-10:00
Plenary Session (Hewlett 200/201)Antoinette Tordesillas

Huajian Gao
Walter H. Annenberg Professor of Engineering
Brown University

 

James T. Jenkins
Walter S. Carpenter Jr. Professor of Engineering
Cornell University

10:00-10:15
Coffee Break (Hewlett Lawn)
10:15-12:15
Parallel Session 1
Hewlett 101Hewlett 102Hewlett 103Hewlett 200Hewlett 201Shriram 104Shriram 262Y2E2 101Y2E2 111Y2E2 270Y2E2 299Y2E2 iRoom 292A/E
MS93: Computational Geomechanics for Energy Extraction & MS94: CO2 Geo-sequestrationS. Yin & R. Al-KhouryDual-porosity and dual-permeability poroelastic integrity analysis of naturally fractured shale in CO2 sequestration operationsAmin Mehrabian, Halliburton; Younane Abousleiman, University of OklahomaThermodynamics analysis of carbon dioxide behavior in hydraulic fracturingSolomon Alfa, Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, University of WyomingExperimental and simulation analysis of geothermal heat pump systemChanjuan Han, Case Western Reserve University; Xiong Yu, Case Western Reserve UniversityFinite element methods for thermal fracture simulation in deep underground injection processesShunde Yin, University of WyomingA computational model for a multi-path leakage of geo-sequestered CO2Mehdi Musivand Arzanfudi, Delft University of Technology; Rafid Al-Khoury, Delft University of TechnologyNumerical modeling of multicomponent two-phase flow in porous media with applications in CO2 geo-sequestrationOndrej Polivka, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague; Jiri Mikyska, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in PraguePhase equilibria calculation of multicomponent mixtures at given volume, temperature, and moles motivated by CO2 sequestrationTereza Jindrová, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Trojanova 13, 120 00, Prague, Czech Republic; Jiří Mikyška, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Trojanova 13, 120 00, Prague, Czech Republic MS64: Recent Advances in Rocking Isolation & MS65: Advances in Seismic Isolation D. Konstantinidis, N. MakrisThe effect of the rotational inertia on the post-uplift dynamic stability of free-standing rocking columns and articulated framesNicos Makris, University of Central FloridaRocking of a rigid block on a curved foundationJonas Bachmann, ETH Zürich; Michalis Vassiliou, ETH Zürich; Bozidar Stojadinovic, ETH ZürichA preliminary study of lateral impacts in rocking systemsManolis Chatzis, University of OxfordRocking of rigid blocks on nonlinear elastic foundationAlberto Di Matteo, University of Palermo; Antonina Pirrotta, University of Palermo; Pol Spanos, Rice UniversityDeterministic and probabilistic assessment of the seismic performance of rocking behavior under near-fault excitationsElias Dimitrakopoulos, Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyEarthquake response of deformable rocking framesMichalis Vassiliou, ETH Zurich; Kevin Mackie, University of Central Florida; Bozidar Stojadinovic, ETH ZürichShake table test of large-scale bridge columns with rocking foundationsGrigorios Antonellis, UC Berkeley; Andreas Gerasimos Gavras, UC Davis; Marios Panagiotou, UC Berkeley; Bruce Lloyd Kutter, UC Davis MS47: Recent Advances in Real-Time Hybrid SimulationW. Song & R. ChristensonThermomechanical hybrid simulation of an earthquake-fire-earthquake scenarioCatherine Whyte, ETH Zürich; Kevin Mackie, University of Central Florida; Giuseppe Abbiati, ETH Zürich; Bozidar Stojadinovic, ETH ZürichSystem-level vibration testing of mechanical equipment using real-time hybrid sub-structuring using a 6-degree-of-freedom shake tableJoseph Franco, University of Connecticut; Rui Botelho, University of Connecticut; Richard Christenson, University of ConnecticutA novel compensation technique for real-time hybrid simulationWei Song, The University of Alabama; Saeid Hayati, The University of AlabamaMulti-axial framework for real-time hybrid simulation and future applicationsGaston Fermandois-Cornejo, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Billie Spencer, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignExperimental evaluation of a model accuracy indicator for hybrid simulations involving model updatingCheng Chen, San Francisco State University; Nelly Averamova, San Francisco State UniversityHybrid simulation of uncertainty contaminated structural systemsGiuseppe Abbiati, ETH Zürich; Catherine Whyte, ETH Zürich; Stefano Marelli, ETH Zürich; Luca Caracoglia, Northeastern University; Bozidar Stojadinovic, ETH ZürichOnline actuator tracking assessment for real-time hybrid simulation using frequency-domain evaluation indexWeijie Xu, Southeast University; Cheng Chen, San Francisco State University; Tong Guo, Southeast UniversityA graphical stability analysis for single-actuator real-time hybrid simulationRui Botelho, University of Connecticut; Atabak Etemadi, University of Connecticut; Richard Christenson, University of Connecticut MS02: Dr. Masao Satake Memorial Symposium on Granular MechanicsM.R. Kuhn & T. MatsushimaDr. Masao Satake Symposium: Opening remarks on his life and legacyJames T. Jenkins, Cornell University; Yoshio Tobita, Tohoku Gakuin University; Fusao Oka, Kyoto University; Teruo Nakai, Nagoya Institute of Technology; Hayley H. Shen, Clarkson University; Stephen C. Cowin, City College of New York; Matthew R. Kuhn, Univ. of Portland[WITHDRAWN] Some universal relations for contacting granules under shock loadingSia Nemat-Nasser, UC San Diego - Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials; M. Arif Hasan, UC San Diego - Center of Excellence for Advanced MaterialsFilters on satake graphsJoe Goddard, University of California, San DiegoFabric dependent poroelasticityStephen Cowijn, CCNY of CUNY; Luis Cardoso, CCNY of CUNYFindings in granular mechanics applicable to evolution modeling in the elastic-plastic constitutive equationYoshio Tobita, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tohoku-Gakuin UniversityDisordered granular matter: unravelling complexity from high-resolution dataAntoinette Tordesillas, University of MelbourneState of soil density influenced by particle size distributionChing Chang, University of Massachusetts at Amherst MS42: Computational GeomechanicsF. Liu & R. RegueiroNumerical simulation of hydraulic fracture propagation using cohesive zone modelFushen Liu, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering; Dakshina Valiveti, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering; Peter Gordon, ExxonMobil Research and EngineeringCoupled thermo-poro-mechanical finite element analysis of fractured porous rocks using a cohesive interface elementWei Wang, University of Colorado Boulder; Richard Regueiro, University of Colorado Boulder[WITHDRAWN] Multi-scale X-FEM faults simulations for reservois-geomechanical modelsN. Sukumar, UC Davis; Jean H. Prevost, Princeton UniversityUniversal meshes for the simulation of hydraulic fractureAdrian Lew, Stanford UniversityDevelopment of a geoperidynamics simulation for hydraulic fractureJeffrey Johnson, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab; John Edmiston, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab; Tarek Zohdi, University of California Berkeley; David Steigmann, University of California, BerkeleyEffects of joint properties and geometry on fractured rock strength using the distinct element methodBenjamin Roullier, University of Nottingham; Paul Langston, University of Nottingham; Xia Li, University of NottinghamInvestigations of vortex structures during granular flow by DEMJacek Tejchman, Gdansk University of Technology; Jan Kozicki, Gdansk University of TechnologyResponse analysis of granular flows using MPMPedro Arduino, University of Washington; Peter Mackenzie-Helwein, University of Washington; Greg Miller, University of Washington MS41: Computational Methods for Solid and Structural MechanicsT. Truster & A. MontoyaModeling pre-stressed thin and thick ceramic protective structures under high velocity impactAhmad Serjouei, Nanyang Technological University; Xianfeng Zhang, Nanyang Technological University; Idapalapati Sridhar, Nanyang Technological UniversityFinite element buckling and static analysis of eccentrically curvilinearly stiffened composite panelsWei Zhao, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Rekesh Kapania, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityApplication of arc length method in random loading analysis of force based geometrically nonlinear beam elementTathagata Ray, New Mexico State UniversityExperimental investigations and numerical modelling of dowel connections in timber constructionsWolfgang Lederer, Vienna University of Technology; Thomas K. Bader, Vienna University of Technology; Josef Eberhardsteiner, Vienna University of TechnologyHybrid particle-element simulation of structures under impact loadingKwon Joong Son, American University in Dubai; Jong Kyoo Park, Agency for Defense Development; Euigyung Jeong, Agency for Defense Development; Man Young Lee, Agency for Defense Development; Hee Keun Cho, Andong National University; See Jo Kim, Andong National UniversityPeridynamic modeling of pitting corrosion damageZiguang Chen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Florin Bobaru, University of Nebraska-LincolnComputational modeling of corrosive dissolution using the combined extended finite element and level set methodRavindra Duddu, Vanderbilt University; Nithyanandan Kota, Naval Research Laboratory; Siddiq Qidwai, Naval Research LaboratoryFrom discrete models with rotational degrees of freedom to cosserat continuum through mathematical homogenizationRoozbeh Rezakhani, Northwestern University; Gianluca Cusatis, Northwestern University MS72: Time-Dependent Behavior and Deterioration of ConcreteR. Wendner & M. AlnaggarRate-type analysis of prestressed box girders: a case study based on a unified viscoelastic-plastic-damage constitutive lawTeng Tong, University of Pittsburgh; Weijin Wang, University of Pittsburgh; Qiang Yu, University of PittsburghBehavior of ultra-high-performance-concrete at early age: experiments and simulationsLin Wan, Northwestern University; Roman Wendner, IKI-BOKU Vienna; Gianluca Cusatis, Northwestern UniversityModeling drying shrinkage of concrete at the meso-levelPetr Havlasek, Department of Mechanics, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague; Milan Jirasek, Department of Mechanics, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in PragueExperimental and modeling study of the resistance of portland limestone mortar to salt crystallization damageMichel Badetti, IFSTTAR; Elizabeth Nadelman, Georgia Institute of Technology; Matthieu Vandamme, Laboratoire Navier, École des Ponts ParisTech; Kimberly Kurtis, Georgia Institute of TechnologyExperimental and analytical investigations of structural effects of concrete creep under varying load historiesPieterjan Criel, Ghent University; Robby Caspeele, Ghent University; Stijn Matthys, Ghent University; Luc Taerwe, Ghent UniversityInternal strain prediction of full scale and small scale concrete members due to creep and shrinkage effectsNicky Reybrouck, Ghent University; Bernhard Krug, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences; Alfred Strauss, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences; Robby Caspeele, Ghent University; Luc Taerwe, Ghent UniversityCombined effect of carbonation and chloride ingress in concreteGoangseup Zi, School of Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering, Korea University; Xingji Zhu, School of Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering, Korea University MSB1: Inverse Problems for Tomographic and Remote ImagingF. SemperlottiThickness mapping by guided wave tomographyPeter Huthwaite, Imperial College LondonSimultaneous recovery of fracture geometry and boundary condition at high frequenciesFatemeh Pourahmadian, University of Minneosta; Bojan Guzina, University of MinnesotaElastography with X-ray CT and sound-wave integrationDongxu Liu, University of California, Irvine; Ge Wang, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Lizhi Sun, University of California, IrvineDistributed strain sensing in carbon nanofiber/polyurethane via electrical impedance tomographyTyler Tallman, University of Michigan Department of Mechanical Engineering; Kon-Well Wang, University of Michigan Department of Mechanical EngineeringApplication of impediographic tomography to damage detection of metallic structuresLiuxian Zhao, University of Notre Dame; Jie Yang, University of Notre Dame; Fabio Semperlotti, University of Notre Dame[WITHDRAWN] Mathematical modeling of hybrid biomedical imaging by mechanic perturbationLaurent Seppecher, MITCharacterization of metal objects using polarizability tensorPaul Ledger, Swansea University; William Lionheart, University of Manchester MSA1: Structural System Identification and Damage DetectionI. Smith & E. ChatziThe effects of systematic uncertainty on system identification and model predictionsRomain Pasquier, EPFL; Ian F. C. Smith, EPFLNonlinear model updating by means of identified nonlinear normal modesMingming Song, Tufts University; Ludovic Renson, University of Liege; Jean-Philippe Noël, University of Liege; Babak Moaveni, Tufts University; Gaetan Kerschen, University of LiegeA frequency-domain method for identifying nonlinear vibrating structuresJean-Philippe Noël, University of Liège; Tilàn Dossogne, University of Liège; Gaëtan Kerschen, University of LiègeOnline noise identi cation for joint state and parameter estimation of nonlinear systemsThaleia Kontoroupi, Dept. of Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics, Columbia University; Andrew Smyth, Dept. of Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics, Columbia UniversityBlind identification of nonlinear civil structures using sparse seismic response dataRodrigo Astroza, University of California, San Diego; Hamed Ebrahimian, University of California, San Diego; Joel P. Conte, University of California, San DiegoBayesian model updating via hybrid monte carlo simulation with an application to a full-scale finite element modelJinwoo Jang , Columbia University; Andrew Smyth, Columbia UniversityToward high-dimensional nonlinear structural system bayesian state/parameter estimationAudrey Olivier, Columbia University; Andrew Smyth, Columbia UniversityAn adaptive online identification scheme for a phenomenological hysteretic lawEleni Chatzi, ETH Zürich; Manolis Chatzis, University of Oxford; Savvas Triantafyllou, The University of Nottingham MS45: Optimization: New Methods and ApplicationsJ. Guest & J. BrighamMinimum and maximum length scale in high contrast topology optimized designsBoyan Lazarov, Technical University of DenmarkTopology optimization of two-dimensional wave barriersCédric Van hoorickx, KU Leuven, Department of Civil Engineering, Structural Mechanics Section, Kasteelpark Arenberg 40, 3001 Leuven; Mattias Schevenels, KU Leuven, Department of Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Kasteelpark Arenberg 1, 3001 Leuven; Geert Lombaert, KU Leuven, Department of Civil Engineering, Structural Mechanics Section, Kasteelpark Arenberg 40, 3001 LeuvenTopology optimization under material uncertainty: an efficient reliability-based approachMehdi Jalalpour, Cleveland State University; Mazdak Tootkaboni, University of Massachusetts DartmouthRobust topology optimization of frames under geometric uncertaintyNavid Changizi, Cleveland State University; Mehdi Jalalpour, Cleveland State UniversityRobust topology optimization of structures sensitive to bucklingMattias Schevenels, KU Leuven; Miche Jansen, KU Leuven; Geert Lombaert, KU LeuvenSystem reliability based design optimization of structures constrained by first passage probabilityJunho Chun, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Junho Song, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Seoul National Univ.; Glaucio Paulino, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignIntegrating probabilistic performance-based design into topology optimization for the conceptual design of structuresSarah Bobby, University of Notre Dame; Seymour M.J. Spence, University of Michigan; Ahsan Kareem, University of Notre Dame MS53: Recent Advances in Fracture and Fatigue MechanicsA. Kanvinde & G. Deierlein Ductile fracture of metallic materials and structuresAmine Benzerga, Texas A&M UniversityMicrovoid elongation and dilation based finite strain continuum damage model for ductile fractureRavi Kiran, University of Notre Dame; Kapil Khandelwal, University of Notre DameA unified model for ductile fracture of metals under complex loading historyHussam Mahmoud, Colorado State University; Huajie Wen, Colorado State UniversityDuctile failure of Al6061-T651 in high and low stress triaxiality rangeWei-Yang Lu, Sandia National Laboratories; Helena Jin, Sandia National LaboratoriesExperimental investigation of ductile fracture initiation in structural steel at elevated temperaturesChristopher Smith, NISTOver-fitting in constitutive model calibration and the effects on fracture predictionsRyan Cooke, Forell/Elsesser Engineers, Inc.; Amit Kanvinde, University of California, DavisMulti-scale fracture simulation for a welded steel plate under cyclic loads and corrosionHao Yuan, University of Connecticut; Wei Zhang, University of Connecticut; Jeong-Ho Kim, University of ConnecticutEffect of lode angle and stress triaxiality on the behavior of steel and aluminumReza Mousavi, University of Houston; Elena Bombasaro, University of Houston; Hanie Joodat, University of Houston; Amir Mohammadipour, University of Houston; Kaspar Willam, University of Houston MS13: Mechanics of Soft Materials and StructuresC. Linder & W. CaiWhat can discrete network models tell us about the (visco-)elasticity of biopolymers?Erik Van der Giessen, University of GroningenOrigami-inspired metamaterials and structures: analysis and mechanical propertiesMaryam Eidini, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Glaucio Paulino, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignSimulation of microcapsule-based self-healing polymer systemsSteffen Specht, University of Duisburg-Essen; Joachim Bluhm, University of Duisburg-Essen; Jörg Schröder, University of Duisburg-EssenComputational aspects of electromechanical coupling with application to instabilities of soft dielectricsReza Rastak, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, 473 Via Ortega, Stanford, CA 94305, USA; Ali Javili, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, 473 Via Ortega, Stanford, CA 94305, USA; Christian Linder, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, 473 Via Ortega, Stanford, CA 94305, USAChemo-electro-mechanical modelling of skeletal muscle tissueOliver Röhrle, University of Stuttgart; Thomas Heidlauf, University of StuttgartA biphasic fiber-reinforced FE model for cartilage: continuum basis, computational aspects and applicationsTim Ricken, TU Dortmund University; David M. Pierce, University of ConnecticutSensing mechanical performance of electrospun scaffolds using finite element computation and digital image correlationSofiane Guessasma, INRA; Michelle Oyen, University of Cambridge; Oliver Armitage, University of Cambridge; Hedi Nouri, Ecole des Mines de Douai; Abderrahmane Ayadi, Ecole des Mines de Douai; Frederic Roger, Ecole des Mines de DouaiCalibrating a viscoelastic model for gray and white matter brain tissue by nanoindentationRijk De Rooij, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University; Silvia Budday, Chair of Applied Mechanics, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg; Richard Nay, Hysitron, Inc.; Paul Steinmann, Chair of Applied Mechanics, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg; Thomas Wyrobek, Hysitron, Inc.; Timothy Ovaert, Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, The University of Notre Dame; Ellen Kuhl, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
12:00-14:00
Student Paper Competition
Sponsored by the EMI Modeling Inelasticity and Multiscale Behavior (MIMB) Committee (Huang 305)Huiming Yin
12:15-13:15
Lunch (SEQ Lawns)
13:15-15:15
Parallel Session 2
Hewlett 101Hewlett 102Hewlett 103Hewlett 200Hewlett 201Shriram 104Shriram 262Y2E2 101Y2E2 111Y2E2 270Y2E2 299Y2E2 iRoom 292A/E
MS94: CO2 Geo-sequestration & MS95: Coupled Flow-Geomechanics-Geophysical ModelingM.M. Arzanfudi, J. Kim & E.S. Um An electrokinetic model for monitoring CO2 geosequestrationRafid Al-Khoury, Delft University of Technology; Mehdi Musivand Arzanfudi, Delft University of TechnologyModeling of micro-earthquakes using coupled flow and geomechanics simulation during hydraulic fracturing operationsJihoon Kim, Texas A&M University; Mike Hoversten, Chevron Energy Technology Company; Ernest Majer, Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryDevelopment of a constitutive formulation for fractured porous media using a geoperidynamic fine scale modelJohn Edmiston, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab; Jeffrey Johnson, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab; Stefan Finsterle, Lawrence Berkeley National LabStudy of seismic diffraction wave caused by a fracture zone at insalah carbon dioxide storage projectRui Zhang, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; Donald Vasco, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab; Thomas Dalay, Lawrence Berkeley National LabMaximization of pore-fluid motions in poroelastic formations for wave-based enhanced oil recovery (EOR)Chanseok Jeong, Department of Civil Engineering, The Catholic University of America; Loukas Kallivokas, Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin; Chun Huh, Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin; Larry Lake, Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin MS64: Recent Advances in Rocking Isolation & MS65: Advances in Seismic Isolation D. Konstantinidis, N. Makris & J.M. KellyThree-dimensional seismic analysis and design of damage resistant tall rocking core wall buildingsYuan Lu, University of California, Berkeley; Marios Panagiotou, University of California, BerkeleyDisplacement-based design and nonlinear analysis of bridges with rocking foundations and plastic hinges at the top of the columnsAndreas G. Gavras, University of California at Davis; Grigorios Antonellis, University of California at Berkeley; Marios Panagiotou, University of California at Berkeley; Bruce L. Kutter, University of California at DavisEvaluation of the ASCE 43-05 approximate method for estimating the peak response of rocking objects in nuclear facilitiesAmitabh Dar, Bruce Power; Dimitrios Konstantinidis, McMaster University; Wael El-Dakhakhni, McMaster UniversityFull scale shaking table testing of a low-cost sliding isolation system for light frame buildingsEzra Jampole, Stanford University; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford University; Eduardo Miranda, Stanford University; Benjamin Fell, California State University, SacramentoPure-friction base-isolation system for masonry buildings: a case study from research to constructionFariborz M. Tehrani, California State University, Fresno; Goodarz Ahmadi, Clarkson UniversityDynamic identification of hybrid base isolated buildings: Case studies in SicilyGiuseppe Oliveto, University of Catania; Anastasia Athanasiou, University of CataniaAn evaluation of triple friction pendulum bearing for high-rise structureBenshun Shao, UC Berkeley Department of Civil and environmental engineering; Mahin Steven, UC Berkeley Department of Civil and environmental engineering MS46: Recent Developments in Computational Methods for Real-Time Computing for Hybrid Simulation & MS47: Recent Advances in Real-Time Hybrid SimulationR. Christenson, W. Song & J.-H. Song Frequency domain based assessment of actuator tracking for real-time hybrid simulations involving strength and stiffness degradationSamuel Richardson, School of Engineering, San Francisco State University; Cheng Chen, School of Engineering, San Francisco State University; Hezareigh Ryan, School of Engineering, San Francisco State University; Weijie Xu, School of Civil Engineering, Southeast University; Tong Guo, School of Civil Engineering, Southeast UniversityAccuracy comparison of numerical integration algorithms for real-time hybrid simulationsGanesh Reddy, Old Dominion University; Yunbyeong Chae, Old Dominion UniversityReduced basis approximation for 2d elasticity problems with geometry representing by parametric curvesKhac Chi Hoang, School of Engineering, Cardi ff University; Pierre Kerfriden, School of Engineering, Cardi ff University; Stephane Bordas, Faculte des Sciences, de la Technologie et de la Communication, University of Luxembourg; Jeong-Hoon Song, Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado[WITHDRAWN] A system for distributed real-time material characterization via direct strain imagingAthanasios Iliopoulos, George Mason University resident at NRL; John Michopoulos, Naval Research Laboratory; John Steuben, Colorado School of MinesHybrid fire testingAna Sauca, University of Liege, Dpt of SE, Liege; Thomas Gernay, University of Liege, Dpt of SE, Liege; Fabienne Robert, CERIB, Epernon; Jean Marc Franssen, University of Liege, Dpt of SE, LiegeDevelopment and numerical investigation of a new predictor-corrector algorithm for force-based hybrid simulationBahareh Forouzan, Clarkson University; Narutoshi Nakata, Clarkson UniversityReal-time hybrid simulation of base-isolation bearings with mixed force and displacement controlRichard Erb, Johns Hopkins University; Matthew Stehman, Johns Hopkins University; Narutoshi Nakata, Clarkson University MS02: Dr. Masao Satake Memorial Symposium on Granular MechanicsA. Tordesillas, A. Daouadji & H. ShenFabric tensor within ansiotorpic critical state theory: from DEM to continuumYannis F. Dafalias, National Technical University of Athens; Xiang Song Li, Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyMeaning of TIJ concept from the viewpoint of Satake’s fabric tensorTeruo Nakai, Geo-Research Institute; Hossain Md. Shahin, Nagoya Institute of technoligySimple views on granular materials: jamming, bubbling, clogging, and meanderingKo Okumura, Ochanomizu UniversityQuantifying the impact of granular fabric on the constitutive relationshipXia Li, University of Nottingham; Benjamin Roullier, University of NottinghamStructural evolution of 2D granular solid under shear deformationTakashi Matsushima, University of Tsukuba; Raphael Blumenfeld, NUDTHigher order continuum model based upon granular micromechanicsAnil Misra, University of Kansas; Payam Poorsolhjouy, University of KansasDoes granular system have a memory? -- a slow relaxation of granular system under shearYinqiao Wang, Shanghai Jiaotong University; Hongyang Tang, Shanghai Jiaotong University; Jie Zhang, Shanghai Jiaotong UniversityHighlighting some mechanisms of crack formation and propagation in clays on drying-pathXin Wei, LMSSMat, UMR-CNRS8579, Ecole Centrale Paris; Lamine Ighil Ameur, LEM3 UMR-CNRS7239, Université de Lorraine; Jean-Marie Fleureau, LMSSMat, UMR-CNRS8579, Ecole Centrale Paris; Philippe Bompard, LMSSMat, UMR-CNRS8579, Ecole Centrale Paris; Mahdia Hattab, LEM3 UMR-CNRS7239, Université de Lorraine MS92: Multiscale and Multiphysical Processes in ShalesM. Zoback & Y. AbousleimanMulti-physics macro- and micro-characterization of organic-rich shale upon pyrolysis-induced thermal maturationAdam M. Allan, Stanford Rock Physics Laboratory, Department of Geophysics, Stanford University; Anthony C. Clark, Stanford Rock Physics Laboratory, Department of Geophysics, Stanford University; Tiziana Vanorio, Stanford Rock Physics Laboratory, Department of Geophysics, Stanford UniversityInelastic creep in extremely low permeability unconventional reservoir formationsFatemeh Rassouli, Stanford University; Mark Zoback, Stanford UniversityMeasuring tensile strength of unconventional shales using microwavingJin-Hong Chen, Aramco Research Centers-Houston; Bitao Lai, Aramco Research Centers-Houston; Dan Georgi, Aramco Research Centers-HoustonOsmotic and other chemomechanical effects in shales, and the relation to suction and capillarityRussell Ewy, Chevron Energy TechnologyNanoscale visualization of shale kerogenic materialBolivia Vega, Stanford University; Jeff Gelb, Zeiss; Anthony Kovscek, Stanford UniversityMicro-textural evolution of organic-rich shale with maturity – insights from micromechanical modelingSiavash Monfared, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Franz-Josef Ulm, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyOn the anisotropy, creep, and damage of shale at nano- to micro-scalesKane Bennett, Stanford University; Ronaldo Borja, Stanford University MS41: Computational Methods for Solid and Structural MechanicsA. Duarte & K. KhandelwalVariability response functions for effective conductivity in continuaSanjay Arwade, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Kirubel Teferra, Johns Hopkins University; George Deodatis, Columbia UniversityReduced order modeling approaches for soil structure interaction problemsElnaz Esmaeilzadeh Seylabi, University of California, Los Angeles; Ertugrul Taciroglu, University of California, Los AngelesAdaptive modeling of damage growth using a coupled FEM/BEM approachMostafa Mobasher, Columbia University; Haim Waisman, Columbia UniversityModeling cracks and materials interfaces by an adaptive multiscale local partition of unity enriched finite element methodTinh Quoc Bui, Tokyo Insitute of Technology; Sohichi Hirose, Tokyo Institute of TechnologyNumerical modeling of moisture- and temperature- enhanced fatigue delamination in composites using cohesive elementsStephen Jimenez, Vanderbilt University; Ravindra Duddu, Vanderbilt UniversityA geometrical approach for interface finite elements on the contact surface between different materialsGeorgios Michaloudis, Institute of Engineering Mechanics and Structural Analysis/Department of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences, University of the Bundeswehr Munich; Alexander Konyukhov, Institute of Mechanics/Department of Civil Engineering, Geo and Environmental Sciences, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Norbert Gebbeken, Institute of Engineering Mechanics and Structural Analysis/Department of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences, University of the Bundeswehr MunichA microplane model for fracturing damage of 3D braided compositesMarco Salviato, Northwestern University; Weixin Li, Northwestern University; Gianluca Cusatis, Northwestern University; Zdenek P. Bažant, Northwestern UniversityA unified model for metal failure capturing shear banding and fractureColin McAuliffe, Columbia University; Haim Waisman MS72: Time-Dependent Behavior and Deterioration of ConcreteM. Alnaggar & R. WendnerComparison of concrete models based on a large collection of testsJan Vorel, CD Lab, IKI, BOKU Vienna; Marco Marcon, CD Lab, IKI, BOKU Vienna; Gianluca Cusatis, Northwestern University; Roman Wendner, CD Lab, IKI BOKU, ViennaTime dependent failure loads of anchors - influence of creep, shrinkage and ageingRoman Wendner, CD Lab, IKI, BOKU Vienna; Giannis Boumakis, CD Lab, IKI, BOKU Vienna; Lin Wan, Northwestern University; Marco Marcon, CD Lab, IKI BOKU, ViennaIntelligent identification of the lattice discrete particle model (LDPM) parametersMohammed Alnaggar, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Gianluca Cusatis, Northwestern UniversityCreep of concrete: re-conciliation of rheological chain models and recent micromechanics approachesMehran Shahidi, Vienna University of Technology, Austria; Christian Doppler Laboratory, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Austria; Roman Wendner, Christian Doppler Laboratory, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Austria; Bernhard Pichler, Vienna University of Technology, Austria; Christian Hellmich, Vienna University of Technology, AustriaSimulation of shrinkage-induced cracking of FRC in the restrained ring testJingu Kang, University of California, Davis; Yaming Pan, University of California, Davis; Armando Prado, University of California, Davis; John Bolander, University of California, DavisLife cycle management demonstrated on the example of a parking garageChristoph Gehlen, TU Munich; Gesa Kapteina, Consultancy Schiessl Gehlen Sodeikat, Munich; Angelika Schiessl-Pecka, Consultancy Schiessl Gehlen Sodeikat, Munich; Till Felix Mayer, Consultancy Schiessl Gehlen Sodeikat, MunichChloride transport in repaired concrete structural elementsChristoph Gehlen, TU Munich; Amir Rahimi, Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute (BAW), Karlsruhe; Thorsten Reschke, Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute (BAW), Karlsruhe; Andreas Westendarp, Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute (BAW), Karlsruhe MSB2: Novel Stochastic Dynamics and Signal Processing TechniquesA. Pirrotta & I. KougioumtzoglouAn efficient wiener path integral technique formulation for stochastic response determination of nonlinear MDOF systemsIoannis Kougioumtzoglou, Columbia University; Alberto Di Matteo, University of Palermo; Antonina Pirrotta, University of Palermo; Pol Spanos, Rice University; Mario Di Paola, University of PalermoPath integral solution for nonlinear systems under parametric Poissonian white noise inputMario Di Paola, University of Palermo; Antonina Pirrotta, University of Palermo; Alberto Di Matteo, University of PalermoQuantum walks in fractional diffusion processesYan Wang, Georgia Institute of TechnologyReliability assessment of a softening duffing oscillator under evolutionary stochastic excitationIoannis Kougioumtzoglou, Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Columbia University; Yuanjin Zhang, Institute for Risk & Uncertainty, University of Liverpool; Michael Beer, Institute for Risk & Uncertainty, University of LiverpoolStatistical linearization of nonlinear systems with singular mass matricesVasileios Fragkoulis, University of Liverpool; Ioannis Kougioumtzoglou, Columbia University; Athanasios Pantelous, University of LiverpoolSimulation of higher-order stochastic processes: the polyspectral representation methodMichael Shields, Johns Hopkins University; Hwanpyo Kim, Johns Hopkins UniversitySystem reliability analysis by multi-cut targeted random samplingSundar VS, Post doctoral researcher, Johns Hopkins University; Michael Shields, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins UniversityA compressive sensing based framework for evolutionary power spectrum estimation subject to missing dataLiam Comerford, Institute for Risk and Uncertainty, University of Liverpool, UK; Ioannis Kougioumtzoglou, Columbia University, New York, USA; Michael Beer, Institute for Risk and Uncertainty, University of Liverpool, UK MSA1: Structural System Identification and Damage Detection M. Chatzis & A. Smyth A novel finite element model updating method considering environmental conditionsWei Song, The University of Alabama; Shanglian Zhou, The University of AlabamaSimultaneous identification of structural parameters and vehicle axle loads of the vehicle-bridge interaction systemDongming Feng, Columbia University; Maria Feng, Columbia University; Hao Sun, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, MITA new approach for structural health monitoring of offshore jacket platforms by inverse vibration problemAlireza Lotfi, Sharif University of Technology; Kiarash Dolatshahi, Sharif University of Technology; Mohammad Hasan Haeri, Sharif University of Technology; Aliakbar Golafshani, Sharif University of TechnologyApplication of acoustic emission and data mining for damage detection in power plantsAlireza Farhidzadeh, Mistras; Obdulia Lay; David Sinay; Richard GostautasThe influence of modeling errors in joint input-state estimationKristof Maes, KU Leuven; Andrew Smyth, Columbia University; Guido De Roeck, KU Leuven; Geert Lombaert, KU LeuvenMulti-scale stress usage monitoring from global acceleration measurements: an experimental validationNéstor Polanco, The University of Vermont; Eric Hernandez, The University of Vermont MS45: Optimization: New Methods and ApplicationsM. Jalalpour & M. Tootkaboni Shape optimization of a bowstring truss for transitional bridgingEvan Gerbo, University of Notre Dame; Casey Casias, University of Notre Dame; Ashley Thrall, University of Notre DameTopology optimization for additive manufacturingAndrew Gaynor, Johns Hopkins University; James Guest, Johns Hopkins UniversityOptimal design of microlattice materialsLorenzo Valdevit, University of California, IrvineTopology optimization of multiphase architected media for exceptional energy dissipationAlireza Asadpoure, University of California, Irvine; Lorenzo Valdevit, University of California, Irvine[WITHDRAWN] Detection of visually undetectable micro-cracks from macro-scale response: a validation on 3D printed partsSourish Chakravarty, University at Buffalo; Sonjoy Das, University at Buffalo; Chi Zhou, University at BuffaloInverse characterization from partial-field data using direct inversion with Gappy POD initialization and the adjoint methodMengyu Wang, Duke University; John Brigham, University of Pittsburgh MS53: Recent Advances in Fracture and Fatigue Mechanics & MS52: Characterization and Modeling of Quasibrittle FractureJ. Le & A. KanvindeFEA study of hysteresis loop of heavy duty vehicle axleNilesh Gadre, I-Design Engineering Solutions Ltd.; Manan Panchal , Vaftsy CAE; Vinaay patil, Vaftsy CAEPredicting ductile fracture in steel column base plate connections using micromechanics-based modelsAndrew Myers, Northeastern University; Amit Kanvinde, University of California at Davis; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford UniversitySize effect of crack propagation in a layered quasibrittle domain containing a frictional interfaceChunlin Pan, University of Pittsburgh; Jeen-Shang Lin, University of Pittsburgh; Qiang Yu, University of PittsburghA probabilistic crack band model for quasibrittle fractureJia-Liang Le, University of Minnesota; Jan Elias, Brno University of TechnologyModeling the hydromechanical coupling process of fluid-infiltrating solids via the monolithic and operator-splitting arlequin methodWaiChing Sun, Columbia University; Zhijun Cai, Columbia UniversityExperimental and numerical analysis of intra- and inter-laminar size effect in composite materialsKedar Kirane, Northwestern University; Marco Salviato, Northwestern University; Zdenek P. Bažant, Northwestern University; Gianluca Cusatis, Northwestern UniversityCharacterizing properties and crack initiation in the interfacial transition zones in recycled concreteWengui Li, Hunan University; Zhihui Sun, University of Louisville MS13: Mechanics of Soft Materials and StructuresW. Cai & C. LinderModeling chemical reactions in elastomersShawn Chester, New Jersey Institute of TechnologyThe overall elastic dielectric properties of a suspension of spherical particles in rubber: an exact explicit solution in the small-deformation limitOscar Lopez-Pamies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Victor Lefevre, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignDevelopment of dielectric elastomer nanocomposites as stretchable and flexible actuating materialsYu Wang, University of California, Irvine; Lizhi Sun, University of California, IrvineMullin’s effect: theory and computationAli Javili, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, 473 Via Ortega, Stanford, CA 94305, USA; David Steigmann, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 6133 Etcheverry Hall, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 94720-1740; Christian Linder, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, 473 Via Ortega, Stanford, CA 94305, USASmoothening creases on surfaces of strain-stiffening materialsLihua Jin, Stanford University; Zhigang Suo, Harvard UniversityComputational modeling of enhanced bio-interface materialsEmma Lejeune, Stanford University; Ali Javili, Stanford University; Christian Linder, Stanford UniversityComputational aspects of growth-induced instabilities with application to biofilmsBerkin Dortdivanlioglu, Stanford University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Ali Javili, Stanford University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Christian Linder, Stanford University, Department of Civil and Environmental EngineeringPhase field modeling of diffusion and fracture of silicon electrodes in lithium-ion batteriesXiaoxuan Zhang, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University; Christian Linder, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
15:15-15:30
Coffee Break (SEQ Lawns)
15:30-17:30
Parallel Session 3
Hewlett 101Hewlett 102Hewlett 103Hewlett 200Hewlett 201Shriram 104Shriram 262Y2E2 101Y2E2 111Y2E2 270Y2E2 299Y2E2 iRoom 292A/E
MS81: Mechanics of Unsaturated Porous MediaN. Lu & G. BuscarneraExtended THM formulation for predicting the long-term behaviour of unsaturated clay barriersAntonio Gens, Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), Barcelona Tech; Beatrice Pomaro, University of Padova; Marcelo Sanchez, Texas A&M UniversityInteraction between a rigid retaining wall and an unsaturated soilThanh Vo, UNSW Australia; Adrian Russell, UNSW AustraliaControllability of wetting-induced compactionConstance Mihalache, Northwestern University; Giuseppe Buscarnera, Northwestern UniversityRelation between specific surface area and soil water retentionMorteza Khorshidi, Colorado School of Mines; Ning Lu, Colorado School of MinesA thermo-elastoplastic constitutive model for unsaturated soils and its numerical implementationXiaoyu Song, Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering, University of Florida; Ronaldo Borja, Stanford UniversityPotentials, pressures and effective stresses in unsaturated porous media: conception and formulationChangfu Wei, State Key Laboratory of Geomechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, Chinese Academy of SciencesExpansive clays and Tezaghi effective stressDavid Mašín, Charles University in PragueAnalytical insights in the micromechanics of unsaturated granular materialsJerome Duriez, University of Calgary; Richard Wan, University of Calgary MS65: Advances in Seismic IsolationJ.M. Kelly & D. Konstantinidis Vertical accelerations in pendulum-type isolation systems: fundamentally necessary yet potentially destructivePhilip Scott Harvey, University of OklahomaPerformance and response analysis of a seismically isolated building during the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, JapanMasaru Kikuchi, Hokkaido University; Toshihide Kashima, Building Research Institute; Kyo Fukuda, National Museum of Western ArtDynamics of inelastic seismically isolated structuresAnastasios Tsiavos, ETH Zurich; Kevin Mackie, University of Central Florida; Bozidar Stojadinovic, ETH ZurichMulti-objective performance-based design of floor isolation systemsIoannis Gidaris, University of Notre Dame; Alexandros Taflanidis, University of Notre Dame; Diego Lopez-Garcia, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; George Mavroeidis, University of Notre DameSemi-active control of MRE smart isolators based on model reference MCS adaptive algorithmPing Zhang, Civil and Environment Engineering, University of California, Irvine; Lizhi Sun, Civil and Environment Engineering, University of California, IrvineAnalytical model for lead-rubber bearings considering heat conductionIppei Tsunezawa, Hokkaido University; Masaru Kikuchi, Hokkaido University; Takahito Nakamura, Oiles corporationEffect of rotation on the horizontal behavior of rubber isolatorsSaman Rastgoo Moghadam, McMaster University; Dimitrios Konstantinidis, McMaster UniversityThe influence of damping in seismic isolated nuclear power plantsMaria Rosaria Marsico, University of Exeter; James M. Kelly, University of Berkeley, California MSA4: Benchmark Problem in Wireless Structural ControlZ. Sun & L. LindermanBenchmark problem in active structural control with wireless sensor networkZhuoxiong Sun, Purdue University; Bo Li, Washington University in St. Louis; Shirley Dyke, Purdue University; Chenyang Lu, Washington University in St. Louis; Lauren Linderman, University of MinnesotaSparse estimation performance for wireless structural controlLauren Linderman, University of MinnesotaRobustness of hybrid MPC controllable damper strategiesWael Elhaddad, University of Southern California; Erik Johnson, University of Southern California; Steve Wojtkiewicz, Clarkson UniversityLearning-based control design for smart damping systemsElham Hemmat-Abiri, University of Southern California; Wael Elhaddad, University of Southern California; Erik Johnson, University of Southern California; Steve Wojtkiewicz, Clarkson UniversityGain-scheduled structural control for life safety and serviceabilityElham Hemmat-Abiri, University of Southern California; Erik Johnson, University of Southern CaliforniaTransferring the laboratory expertise into the MSA4 benchmarkSara Casciati, University of Catania; Zhicong Chen, Fuzhou University MS02: Dr. Masao Satake Memorial Symposium on Granular MechanicsA. Daouadji & A. Misra Strains in granular materials based on microstructural kinematicsMehdi Pouragha, University of Calgary; Richard Wan, University of CalgaryStrength anisotropy in circular-particle depositsRui Wang, Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University; Pengcheng Fu, Atmospheric, Earth, and Energy Division, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Zhaoxia Tong, School of Transportation Science and Engineering, Beihang University; Jian-Min Zhang, Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University; Yannis Dafalias, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis; Department of Mechanics, School of Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences, National Technical University of Athens, Zographou CampusCollective behavior of multiple asperities in frictional contactTetsuo Yamaguchi, Kyushu University; Yutaka Himeno, Kyushu University; Yoshinori Sawae, Kyushu UniversityOverview of continuum and discrete modeling of a tapped columnAnthony Rosato, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Denis Blackmore, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Hao Wu, New Jersey Institute of Technology; David Horntrop, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Luo Zuo, New Jersey Institute of TechnologyBottom wall pressure in a vibrated granular columnHiroaki Katsuragi, Nagoya UniversityEffects of particle shape and contact law on the low-strain stiffness of granular mediaMourad Zeghal, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Chrysovalantis Tsigginos, Drexel UniversityShape matters: quantifying the influence of particle shape on the shear response of granular sandJidong Zhao, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Zhaochen Liu, Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyProperties of the contact network of granular materials: jamming and mechanical equilibriumRoberto Arevalo, Nanyang Technological University, School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Physics and Applied Physics MS92: Multiscale and Multiphysical Processes in ShalesJ. White & R. BorjaMultiscale transport of adsorbing and nonadsorbing gas through shale as a function of effective stressKhalid Alnoaimi, Stanford University; Anthony Kovscek, Stanford UniversityA constitutive framework for shale based on anisotropic critical state plasticityShabnam Jandaghi Semnani, Stanford University; Joshua A. White, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Ronaldo I. Borja, Stanford UniversityCharacterization of type I source rock by pore-scale simulationsCyprien Soulaine, Stanford University; Nicola Castelletto, Stanford University; Alexandre Lapene, Total Exploration Production Oil Shale; Hamdi Tchelepi, Stanford UniversityA thermoplasticity model for oilshaleJoshua White, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Alan Burnham, American Shale Oil; David Camp, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Shabnam Semnani, Stanford UniversityGeomechanics of woodford shale at the nano/micro-scaleYounane Abousleiman, Aramco, R&D, Houston, TX; Katherine Hull, Aramco, R&D, Houston, TX; Ghaithan Muntasheri, Aramco, R&D, Houston, TX; David Frazer, UNiversity fo California, Berkeley; Peter Hosemann, University of California, BerkeleyPore-scale investigation of wettability and spontaneous imbibition in shaleSoheil Saraji, University of Wyoming; Morteza Akbarabadi, University of Wyoming; Mohammad Piri, University of Wyoming MS31: Advances and Applications of Elasticity in Applied MechanicsJ. Brigham & S. MogilevskayaThe triaxial constraints of a v-notch tip and the strength of composite-to-steel jointsTing Wu, School of Mechanical Engineering; Daoqin Chen, School of Science; Changlu Tian, School of Mechanical Engineering,An investigation on the elastic fields in 2D bounded domains disturbed by multiple circular inhomogeneous inclusionsChunlin Pan, University of Pittsburgh; Qiang Yu, University of PittsburghIndirect-BEM model of the dynamic response of a rigid pile embedded in a transversely isotropic half-spaceJosue Labaki, University of Campinas; Euclides Mesquita, University of Campinas; Persio Barros, University of CampinasEffective properties of functionally graded material and prediction of elastic properties of photodegraded polymeric filmsChao Zhang, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Natalie Waksmanski, The University of Akron; Vincent Wheeler, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Ernian Pan, The University of Akron; Ross E. Larsen, National Renewable Energy LaboratoryInverse transformation for elastodynamic boundary element method: a comparative studyMartin Schanz, Graz University of Technology; Wenjing Ye, Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyMinimally-invasive multimodal surface wave (MMSW) methods: from theoretical demonstration to experimental validationJeramy Ashlock, Iowa State University; Shibin Lin, Iowa State UniversityMaxwell’s concept of equivalent inhomogeneity- revisitedSonia Mogilevskaya, University of Minnesota; Dmitry Nikolskiy, University of MinnesotaA new procedure to compute singular elastic solutions in anisotropic bimaterial corners in the presence of frictional contactVladislav Mantic, University of Seville; Alberto Barroso, University of SevilleSimulation of Plastic Zone Propagation around Crack Tips using Generalized Westergaard Stress Functions: A Variational ApproachNey Dumont, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Elvis Mamani, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil MS73: Formation, Aging, and Failure of Cementitious MaterialsE. Masoero & M. Bauchy Cement flow is not just smooth anymore. Insight from the physics of jamming.Henri Van Damme, MIT; Sidney Yip, MITNanostructure of high-temperature cured oilwell cementsJeffrey Thomas, Schlumberger; Konrad Krakowiak, MIT; Andrew Allen, NISTCreep of water-saturated nanometric slit pores: application to cementMatthieu Vandamme, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech; Zdenek Bazant, Northwestern University; Sinan Keten, Northwestern UniversityInsights into C–S–H aging from rigidity theoryBu Wang, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles; Yingtian Yu, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles; Dawei Zhang; Mathieu Bauchy, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Los AngelesConcrete Under the Nanoscope: Comibinatorial Optimization in Dual-Defect FrameworkMohammad Javad Abdolhosseini Qomi, MIT; Franz-Josef Ulm, MIT; Roland Pellenq, MITThe meso-scale texture and mechanics of cement hydratesEmanuela Del Gado, Georgetown University; Enrico Masoero, Newcastle University; Katerina Ioannidou, MIT; Pierre Levitz, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie; Mathieu Bauchy, UCLA; Hamlin Jennings, MIT; Sidney Yip, MIT; Roland Pellenq, MIT; Framz-Josef Ulm, MITUp-scaling molecular simulations of failure through size effectsLaurent Brochard, Laboratoire Navier, Université Paris Est; Gyorgy Hantal, CEE-MIT; Roland Pellenq, CEE-MIT and CNRS; Franz Ulm, CEE-MIT; Benoit Coasne, CEE-MIT and CNRSBridging atomistic and continuum computational models for shear localization and failure in metallic glassesAdam Hinkle, Johns Hopkins University; Michael Shields, Johns Hopkins University; Michael Falk, Johns Hopkins University; Chris Rycroft, Harvard University MSB2: Novel Stochastic Dynamics and Signal Processing TechniquesA. Pirrotta, I. KougioumtzoglouAssessment of deterministic and random compressive sensing sampling schemes for spectral estimation in operational modal analysisKyriaki Gkoktsi, City University London; Bamrung Tau Siesakul , City University London; Agathoklis Giaralis, City University LondonClustered separated peaks-over-threshold simulation—estimation and uncertainty quantification of hurricane sandy’s return periodMadeleine Lopeman, Columbia University; George Deodatis, Columbia University; Guillermo Franco, Guy CarpenterStructural reliabilities under wind loads generated by navier-stokes equationsHaoran Zhao, Cornell University; Mircea Grigoriu, Cornell UniversityThe AVV approach for system level reliability based design optimization of large scale uncertain and dynamic systemsSeymour M.J. Spence, University of Michigan, Ann ArborClimate change impact on lifetime monetary losses due to hurricane-induced damage on tall buildingsWei Cui; Luca` Caracoglia, Northeastern UniversityA mechanistic approach to seismic damage estimation of instrumented building structures using bayesian filteringKalil Erazo, University of Vermont; Eric Hernandez, University of VermontFinite element metamodeling for nonlinear systems with uncertain propertiesMinas Spiridonakos, ETH Zurich; Dimitrios Giagopoulos, University of Western Macedonia; Eleni Chatzi, ETH Zurich; Vasileios Ntertimanis, ETH ZurichQuadratic partial eigenvalue assignment for large-scale stochastic dynamic systemsKundan Goswami, University at Buffalo, NY, USA; Sonjoy Das, University at Buffalo, NY, USA; Biswa N. Datta, Northern Illinois University, IL, USA MSA5: Next-Generation Civil InfrastructureJ.P. Lynch & Y. WangLoad assessment of highway bridges using integrated SHM and WIMS dataJerome Lynch, University of Michigan; Yilan Zhang, University of Michigan; Mohammed Ettouney, Weidlinger AssociatesMeasurement based detection of vehicle weights considering the dynamic interaction between vehicles and bridge expansion jointsRoland Friedl, Universität der Bundeswehr München; Ingbert Mangerig, Universität der Bundeswehr MünchenFeature extraction from 3D point clouds for automatic update of bridge inspection databaseYelda Turkan, Iowa State University; Liangyu Tan, Iowa State University; Simon Laflamme, Iowa State UniversityResilience of infrastructure systems through coupled energy harvesting and sensing network for bridge infrastructureMarcus Rutner, Stevens Institute of Technology (CEOE Department)Bayesian ascent method for data-driven control: application to cooperative wind farm power maximizationJinkyoo Park, Stanford University; Kincho Law, Stanford UniversityWhen stochastic simulations meet importance sampling: reliability evaluation of wind power systemsEunshin Byon, University of Michigan; Youngjun Choe, University of MichiganResidual performance assessment of steel frames through ambient strain-based model update: application to collapse test of steel frame using shake tableMasahiro Kurata, Kyoto University; Akiko Suzuki, Kyoto University; Xiaofua Li, Kyoto University; Hiromichi Nishino, Kyoto University; Kaede Minegishi, Kyoto University MS67: Recent Applications of Structural OptimizationA. BeghiniThe practice of topology optimization: how new typologies are changing designDavid Shook, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP; Mark Sarkisian, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLPOptimal truss layouts for architectural designAlessandro Beghini, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP; William Baker, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLPOptimization of structural bracing systems for tall buildings subject to stochastic excitationMu Zhu, Johns Hopkins University; Yang Yang, Johns Hopkins University; James Guest, Johns Hopkins University; Michael Shields, Johns Hopkins UniversityOptimization for structural performance and energy usage in conceptual building designNathan Brown, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Caitlin Mueller, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyGraphic statics, graphical kinematics, and the geometry of equilibriumToby Mitchell, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLCOptimization of cold-formed steel cross sectional shapes using charged system search (CSS)Babak Ahmadi, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; Mazdak Tootkaboni, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth MS52: Characterization and Modeling of Quasibrittle Fracture & MS51: Multiscale Behavior of Damage and Failure MechanicsQ. Yu, S.D. Pang & C. Oskay Probabilistic approach for prediction of fatigue crack growth for viscoelastic materialGoangseup Zi, School of Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering, Korea University; Seung-Jung Lee, School of Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering, Korea UniversityCharacterization of fracture energy dissipation mechanisms in fiber reinforced ultra high performance concreteLauren Flanders, University of Maine; Dimitry Loshkov, University of Maine; Eric Landis, University of MainePhase-field models and immersed domain finite elements for fracture simulations in complex image based geometriesDominik Schillinger, University of Minnesota; Lam H. Nguyen, University of Minnesota; Vasco Varduhn, University of MinnesotaA predictive localized damage and failure theory for 2d nanomaterialsSinan Keten, Northwestern University; Luis Ruiz, Northwestern University; Zhaoxu Meng, Northwestern University; Wenjie Xia, Northwestern UniversityEfficient binning of random samples applied to a micromechanics damage model of brittle materialsFarah Huq, Johns Hopkins University; Lori Graham-Brady, Johns Hopkins University; Rebecca Brannon, University of UtahMicrostructural modeling of heterogeneous mixtures subjected to rate-dependent fracture and viscoelastic-viscoplastic deformationTaesun You, University of Nebraska; Yong-Rak Kim, University of Nebraska; Keyvan Zare Rami, University of NebraskaBlind prediction of laminated composites under monotonic loading using reduced order computational homogenizationMichael Bogdanor, Vanderbilt University; Caglar Oskay, Vanderbilt University MS21: 14th Symposium on Bio/Biologically Inspired MaterialsD. Katti & C. HellmichMicro-poro-elasticity of baghdadite scaffolds:a unifying approach based on ultrasonics, nanoindentation, and homogenization theoryHawraa Kariem, Vienna University of Technology, Institute for Mechanics of Materials and Structures; Maria-Ioana Pastrama, Vienna University of Technology, Institute for Mechanics of Materials and Structures; Seyed-Iman Roohani-Esfahani, University of Sydney, Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Research Unit; Peter Pivonka, University of Melbourne, Australian Institute for Musculoskeletal Science; Hala Zreiqat, University of Sydney, Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Research Uni; Christian Hellmich, Vienna University of Technology, Institute for Mechanics of Materials and StructuresMechanics of collagen molecule of osteogenesis imperfecta origin: experiments and modelingKalpana Katti, North Dakota State University; Dinesh Katti, North Dakota State University; Md. Reza Parsa, North Dakota State University; Chunju Gu, North Dakota State UniversityContinuum-mechanical modelling and numerical simulation of multi-component biological tissuesArndt Wagner, University of Stuttgart, Institute of Applied Mechanics (CE); Wolfgang Ehlers, University of Stuttgart, Institute of Applied Mechanics (CE)Consequences of microbial decay on mechanical properties of wood cell wallsLeopold Wagner, Vienna University of Technology; Thomas K. Bader, Vienna University of Technology; Josef Eberhardsteiner, Vienna University of Technology; Karin de Borst, University of GlasgowMultiscale modeling and numerical simulation of multiphase elastic composites with discontinuous material propertiesRaimondo Penta, TU Darmstadt; Alf Gerisch, TU Darmstadt[WITHDRAWN] Analysis of the interface between cementitious materials and microbially-precipitated calcium carbonate using nanoscratch testsPeter Stynoski, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Paramita Mondal, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Charles Marsh, US Army Construction Engineering Research LaboratoryFracture resistance curve for bioinspired multilayered ceramic/polymer compositesSina Askarinejad, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Nima Rahbar, Worcester Polytechnic InstituteBioinspired mechanics of reinforced thin rod buckling in elastic mediumWanliang Shan, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Nevada, Reno; Amir Mohammadi Nasab, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Nevada, Reno
17:30-19:00
Committee Meetings
Shriram 052Shriram 054Shriram 366Shriram 368Y2E2 105Y2E2 161Y2E2 253Y2E2 335
Journal of Engineering Mechanics Probabilistic Methods Committee Poromechanics Committee Experimental Analysis & Instrumentation Committee Inelasticity Committee Dynamics Committee Elasticity Committee Nanomechanics/Micromechanics Committee
19:00-21:00
Welcome Reception (Cantor Arts Center)
Thursday, 18 June 2015
7:30-8:30
Registration and Continental Breakfast (Hewlett Lobby)
8:30-10:00
Plenary Session (Hewlett 200)Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot

Mark D. Zoback
Benjamin M. Page Professor of Earth Science
Stanford University

Glaucio H. Paulino
Raymond Allen Jones Chair of Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology

10:00-10:15
Coffee Break (Hewlett Lawn)
10:15-12:15
Parallel Session 4
Hewlett 101Hewlett 102Hewlett 103Hewlett 200Hewlett 201Shriram 104Shriram 262Y2E2 101Y2E2 111Y2E2 270Y2E2 299Y2E2 iRoom 292A/E
MS84: Multiphysics of Rainfall-Induced Landslides and Debris FlowN. Lu & G. BuscarneraA numerical analysis of the influence of the initial state of soil on the failure mechanism of sand-filled column collapsesJames Fern, University of Cambridge; Kenichi Soga, University of CambridgeMechanisms for an infiltration-induced instability of a highway embankment near a continental divide of colorado rockiesAlexandra Wayllace, Colorado School of Mines; Ning Lu, Colorado School of MinesMixed strain-displacement finite elements for landslide and avalanche release predictionLorenzo Benedetti, CIMNE - International Center of Numerical Methods in Engineering, UPC Barcelona; Miguel Cervera, CIMNE - International Center of Numerical Methods in Engineering, UPC Barcelona; Michele Chiumenti, CIMNE - International Center of Numerical Methods in Engineering, UPC BarcelonaA new rheological model for granular-fluid materialsXiaogang Guo, Fachgebiet für Strömungsdynamik, FB Maschinenbau, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Wei Wu, Institut für Geotechnik, Universität für Bodenkultur; Yongqi Wang, Fachgebiet für Strömungsdynamik, FB Maschinenbau, Technische Universität DarmstadtNumerical aspects of non-local viscoplasticityMaria Lazari, University of Padua; Lorenzo Sanavia, University of Padua; Bernhard A. Schrefler, University of PaduaDebris flow simulation considering material entrainment by depth-integrated particle methodNi Zhang, University of Tsukuba; Takashi Matsushima, University of TsukubaSafety factors for frictional slips and flow failures in unsaturated soil slopesJose Lizarraga, Northwestern University; Giuseppe Buscarnera, Northwestern UniversityEffects of bimodal hydraulic properties on suction stress and slope stability analysisFabio Ciervo, University of Salerno, Department of Civil Engineering; Francesca Casini, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Department of Civil and Computer science engineering; Vicente Medina, UPC - Barcelona Tech; Maria Nicolina Papa, University of Salerno, Department of Civil Engineering; Riccardo Rigon, University of Trento, Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering MS01: Dr. Helmut Krawinkler Memorial Symposium on Performance-Based EngineeringC. Adam & D. LignosFrom performance-based earthquake engineering to urban resilienceGregory Deierlein, Stanford UniversityEstimation of floor acceleration spectra for inelastic buildingsVladimir Vukobratovic, University of Novi Sad; Peter Fajfar, University of LjubljanaEstimation of acceleration demands and capacities of nonstructural components in buildingsRicardo MedinaModeling and analysis of multi-story cold-formed steel building for performance-based seismic designJiazhen Leng, Johns Hopkins Univeristy; Benjamin Schafer, Johns Hopkins Univeristy; Stephen Buonopane, Bucknell UniversityStructural response estimation of a tall building using CyberShake ground motionsNenad Bijelić, Stanford University; Ting Lin, Marquette University; Gregory Deierlein, Stanford UniversityPBEE for unreinforced masonry structuresKatrin Beyer, EPFLSeismic vulnerability column splices in pre-northridge steel moment framesAmit Kanvinde, University of California, Davis; Carmine Galasso, University College London; Kimberly Stillmaker, University of California, Davis MS96: Pore Morphology in Deforming GeomaterialsA. TordesillasNucleation dependent relative permeability of hydrate-bearing granular mediaDong Hun Kang, Yonsei University; Tae Sup Yun, Yonsei UniversityLandslide instability in unsaturated soils: a grain-scale approachYixiang Gan, The University of Sydney; Thierry Faug, Irstea; Yi Zhang, The University of Sydney; Dorian Hanaor, The University of SydneyPorous media with heat transport and pore deformationBob Behringer, Duke University; Nicolas Brodu, INRIA; Joshua Dijksman, Wageningen UniversityPredicting conduction parameters in porous mediaJoost van der Linden, University of Melbourne; Guillermo Narsilio, University of Melbourne; Antoinette Tordesillas, University of Melbourne; Tae Sup Yun, Yonsei UniversityFrom local structural characterisation of porous materials to structure-property relations: a systematic approachRaphael Blumenfeld, National University of Defence Technology and Imperial College LondonStress-dependent model of gas shale porosityMikhail Geilikman, Shell International E & P; Sau-Wai Wong, Shell International E & PHow water retention in fractal soils depends on particle and pore sizes, shapes, volumes and surface areasAdrian Russell, UNSW Australia MS86: Computational Methods for Faults and Seismic HazardsT. Lin & J. WhiteCoupled flow and geomechanical modeling of fluid production and injection in the cavone oil field, northern italy: an assessment of the potential for induced seismicityBirendra Jha, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Andreas Plesch, Harvard University; John Shaw, Harvard University; Bradford Hager, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ruben Juanes, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyDynamic hydro-geomechanical simulation of earthquakes induced by fluid injections in geothermal reservoirsMamun Miah, University of Mississippi; Laura Martin, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; William Foxall, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Lawrence Hutchings, Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryCoupling fluid flow and earthquake modeling in 2d and 3d discrete fracture networksMark McClure, The University of Texas at Austin[WITHDRAWN] Towards developing constitutive models for hydro-mechanical behaviour of faultsMarion Thomas, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris; Thibaut Perol, Harvard University; Harsha Bhat, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris; Ares Rosakis, Caltech; Charles Sammis, University of Southern CaliforniaCharacterizing fault rupture for kinematic simulation of shallow crustal earthquakesRobert Graves, U.S. Geological SurveyDynamic earthquake rupture simulations on nonplanar faults embedded in 3D geometrically complex, heterogeneous earth modelsKenneth Duru, Stanford University; Eric Dunham, Stanford UniversityScattering of plane SV wave by wedge-shaped topographic featuresKami Mohammadi, Georgia Institute of Technology; Domniki Asimaki, California Institute of TechnologySimulations exploring the effects of sedimentary basins on earthquake cyclesKali Allison, Stanford University; Brittany Erickson, Portland State University; Eric Dunham, Stanford University MS42: Computational GeomechanicsK.-W. Lim & J. Zhao [WITHDRAWN] Sand aging: modeling of sand grain surface evolution in a coupled stress and chemical field at micro/nano scaleZhijie Wang, University of Michigan; Radoslaw Michalowski, University of Michigan3D hierarchical multiscale modeling (HMM) of strain localization in granular mediaNing Guo, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Jidong Zhao, Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyLarge deformation granular strain measures and calculations of granular stress based upon 3-dimensional ellipsoidal demBoning Zhang, University of Colorado, Boulder; Richard Regueiro, University of Colorado, BoulderMicromorphic continuum stress and strain measures calculated from 3D ellipsoidal DEM simulations on granular mediaRichard Regueiro, University of Colorado Boulder; Boning Zhang, University of Colorado Boulder; Farhad Shahabi, University of Colorado BoulderA computational analysis of particle morphology effects on critical stateAlex Jerves, California Institute of Technology; Reid Kawamoto, California Institute of Technology; Jose Andrade, California Institute of TechnologyA level-set particle splitting procedure for the comminution and fragmentation of granular systemsKeng-Wit Lim, California Institute of Technology; Jose Andrade, California Institute of TechnologyA micromechanical analysis of granular material under shear deformationEloise Marteau, California Institute of Technology; Jose Andrade, California Institute of Technology3D level set discrete element method with triaxial case studyReid Kawamoto, Caltech; Jose Andrade, Caltech MS41: Computational Methods for Solid and Structural MechanicsE. Taciroglu & C. Oskay Simulation of 3-D hydraulic fracture propagation and interactionsC. Armando Duarte, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Piyush Gupta, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUniversal meshes for domains with cornersKyuwon Kim, Stanford University; Adrian Lew, Stanford UniversityThe H-version of the method of auxiliary mapping for higher order solutions of crack problemsMaurizio Chiaramonte, Stanford University; Yongxing Shen, University of Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Adrian Lew, Stanford UniversityA numerical approach to describe failure of wood - from the wood cell level up to wood-based productsMarkus Lukacevic, Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), Institute for Mechanics of Materials and Structures; Josef Füssl, Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), Institute for Mechanics of Materials and Structures; Josef Eberhardsteiner, Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), Institute for Mechanics of Materials and StructuresStochastic morphological simulation based on partial statistical description of polycrystalsNicolas Venkovic, Johns Hopkins University; Kirubel Teferra, Johns Hopkins University; Lori Graham-Brady, Johns Hopkins University[WITHDRAWN] An elastic-viscoplastic crystal plasticity modeling for plane strain deformation of pure magnesiumWeidong Song, Beijing Institute of Technology; Yuanchao Gan, Beijing Institute of TechnologyA complex finite element sensitivity method for plasticity and creepArturo Montoya, The University of Texast at San Antonio; Harry Millwater, The University of Texast at San Antonio; Armando Gomez-Farias, Stanford University MS71: Cementitious Materials: Experiments and ModelingB. PichlerThe physical origins of thermal properties of cement pasteMohammad Javad Abdolhosseini Qomi, MIT; Franz-Josef Ulm, MIT; Roland Pellenq, MITNanoindentation investigation of fib-milled microstructures to assess nanoscale strength and fracture toughness of cementRahnuma Shahrin, North Carolina State University; Christopher Bobko, North Carolina State UniversityHydration and ageing of cement: crossing timescales via transition state theory and nanoparticle simulationsSophie-Anne Frith, Newcastle University; Igor Shvab, Newcastle University; Enrico Masoero, Newcastle UniversityThermodynamics of calcium silicate hydrates in their solutions. From equilibrium to kineticsPatrick Dangla, Ifsttar; Antoine Morandeau, Princeton universitySurfactant-Assisted Synthesis of Cubic, Rectangular, and Rhombohedra Calcium-Silicate-HydratesRouzbeh Shahsavari, Rice UniversityNanoscale ordering in conventional and alternative cementitious materialsClaire White, Princeton UniversityStudy of the expansion of cementitious materials in presence of sulfate ionsNam Nghia Bui, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (ENPC, IFSTTAR, CNRS), 6-8 Av. B. Pascal, 77420 Champs Sur Marne; Matthieu Vandamme, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (ENPC, IFSTTAR, CNRS), 6-8 Av. B. Pascal, 77420 Champs Sur Marne; Jean-Michel Pereira, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (ENPC, IFSTTAR, CNRS), 6-8 Av. B. Pascal, 77420 Champs Sur Marne; Rémi Barbarulo, Lafarge Centre de Recherche, 95 rue du Montmurier, 38291 Saint-Quentin-Fallavier MSC1: Mechanics of Sustainable Structural MaterialsJ. Dahman & C. Foster A review on stabilised earth construction for structural applicationsVenkatarama Reddy B. V., Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, IndiaFailure and shear and bending in earthen structural wallsCraig Foster, University of Illinois at Chicago; David Weed, University of Illinois at Chicago; Adam Tennant, University of Illinois at Chicago; Mohammad Hosein Motamedi, University of Illinois at ChicagoPrototype stabilized earth masonry for affordable tornado-resistant dwellings and safety sheltersMabel Cuéllar-Azcárate, University of South Carolina; Fabio Matta, University of South Carolina; Ece Erdogmus, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Esther Obonyo, University of FloridaComparison of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions between conventional concrete masonry units and new masonry alternativesJoseph Dahmen, University of British Columbia; Jose F. Muñoz, Watershed Materials LLCDevelopment of steel-timber composite system for large scale constructionAmirhossein Hassanieh, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW; Hamid Vali Pour, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW; Stephen Foster, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSWSimulation of reinforcement fracture in reinforced high-performance fiber-reinforced cementitious composites flexural membersMatt Bandelt, Stanford University; Sarah Billington, Stanford UniversityDynamic properties of tire-derived aggregate concreteNazmieh Masswadi, California State University, Fresno; Nathan Miller, Brooks Ransom Associates, Fresno, CA; Fariborz Tehrani, California State University, Fresno MSA1: Structural System Identification and Damage DetectionE. Reynders & S.K. Au An unscented kalman filter with a decreased sigma points set size for dynamic nonlinear structural system identificationKonstantinos Papakonstantinou, Department of Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics, Columbia University; Andrew Smyth, Department of Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics, Columbia UniversitySubstructure location and size effects on decentralized model updatingXinjun Dong, Georgia Institute of Technology; Dapeng Zhu, Georgia Institute of Technology; Yang Wang, Georgia Institute of TechnologyElastic wave assessments of thermal protection systems with linear and nonlinear waveguidesDryver Huston, University of Vermont; Jonathan Razinger, University of Vermont; Stephen Pearson, University of VermontUncertainty of closely-spaced modes in bayesian modal identificationYi-Chen Zhu, University of Liverpool; Siu-Kui Au, University of Liverpool; Steve Jones, University of LiverpoolImproving damping estimation through enhanced frequency response curve-fittingPatrick Brewick, University of Southern California; Andrew Smyth, Columbia UniversityUncertainty in modal identification of structures with known and unknown input excitationsChing-Tai Ng, The University of Adelaide; Siu-Kui Au, University of LiverpoolThe influence of cracking vs. temperature on dynamic characteristics of reinforced concrete structuresEdwin Reynders, KU Leuven; Patrizia Moretti, KU Leuven; Kristof De Wilder, KU Leuven; Guido De Roeck, KU LeuvenOutput-only damage detection using vehicle-induced displacement response and mode shape curvature indexDongming Feng, Columbia University; Maria Feng, Columbia University MS62: Computational Modeling in Civil EngineeringG. Paulino & P.-K TehraniNumerical simulation of seismic fluid-structure interaction in fluid storage tanksPayman Khalili-Tehrani, SC Solutions, Inc.; Alexander Kozak, SC Solutions, Inc.; Eric Abrahamson, SC Solutions, Inc.; Alex Krimotat, SC Solutions, Inc.Finite element - boundary element coupling algorithms for time and frequency domain dynamic soil-structure interaction problemsPieter Coulier, KU Leuven; Stijn Francois, KU Leuven; Geert Lombaert, KU Leuven; Geert Degrande, KU LeuvenDiscrete-time filter approach for performance-based seismic assessment of inelastic structures subject to soil-structure interaction effectsRichard Gash, University of California, Los Angeles; Elnaz Esmaeilzadeh Seylabi, University of California, Los Angeles; Ertugrul Taciroglu, University of California, Los AngelesCFD simulation based evaluation of the effects of bridge pier streamlining on alleviating local scourJunliang Tao, University of Akron; Junhong Li, University of AkronAnalysis of anchor pull-out tests by discrete particle modelsRoman Wendner, CD Lab, IKI, BOKU Vienna; Marco Marcon, CD Lab, IKI, BOKU Vienna; Jan Vorel, CD Lab, IKI, BOKU ViennaFinite element investigation of two new structural shear fuses in moment resting framesPouya Rezazadeh Kalehbasti, Sharif University of Technology; Kiarash Dolatshahi, Sharif University of Technology; Mohammad Taghi Nikoukalam, University of Colorado BoulderModeling concepts for bonded anchorsMarco Marcon, CD Lab, IKI, BOKU Vienna; Jan Vorel, CD Lab, IKI, BOKU Vienna; Roman Wendner, CD Lab, IKI, BOKU ViennaApplication of PEER performance based earthquake engineering methodology to unreinforced masonry buildingsMaryam Tabbakhha, UC Berkeley; Khalid Mosalam, UC Berkeley MS51: Multiscale Behavior of Damage and Failure MechanicsL. Sun & H. YinFracture of an elastic coating on an elastoplastic cylinder under a tensile loadXin He, Columbia University; Fangliang Chen, Columbia University; Huiming Yin, Columbia UniversityExperimental characterization and multiscale modeling on Al-HDPE functionally graded materialsFangliang Chen, Columbia Univsersity; Yingjie Liu, Columbia Univsersity; Xin He, Columbia Univsersity; Huiming Yin, Columbia UnivsersityCoupled dissipative particle dynamics and discrete element method simulation on particle sedimentation under vibration toward functionally graded material fabricationLingqi Yang, Columbia University; Huiming Yin, Columbia UniversityStatic and dynamic response of a semi-infinite porous material under a surface loadGan Song, Columbia University; Huiming Yin, Columbia UniversityDouble lap shear behavior of brick-mortar interfaces: a lattice analysis of the triplet testAmir Mohammadipour, University of Houston; Reza Mousavi, University of Houston; Hanie Joodat, University of Houston; Kaspar Willam, University of HoustonLocalization analysis for a dynamic two-scale damage modelCristian Dascalu, University of Lorraine, MetzMicromechanical bounds on the fracture toughness of silica-reinforced polymer micro-compositesGregory A. Bouche, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Ange-Therese Akono, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign MS13: Mechanics of Soft Materials and StructuresA. Javili & L. JinPrimary and secondary instabilities affect brain morphologySilvia Budday, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg; Paul Steinmann, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg; Ellen Kuhl, Stanford UniversityA cellular foam cellular structure with centralized density for enhancement of mechanical properties under quasi-indentation testsShaosong Zhang, The University of Hong Kong; Shiu Hong Choi, The University of Hong KongCoupling between nonlinear elasticity and stress relaxation in biopolymer gelsSungmin Nam, Stanford University; Ovijit Chaudhuri, Stanford UniversityDrying-induced cavitaiton in a constrained hydrogelShengqiang Cai, University of California, San DiegoA stabilized finite element formulation for large deformation poroelasticity modelsAndreas Krischok, Stanford University; Christian Linder, Stanford UniversityIndentation: a simple and nondestructive method for characterizing the mechanical and transport properties of gelsYuhang HuConstrained surface growth of incompressible actin gelTal Cohen, MIT; David Durban, Technion; Yannis Dafalias, UC Davis
12:00-14:00
EMI 2015 Student Paper Competition
Huang 305Shriram 108
Sponsored by the EMI Dynamics CommitteeSiu-Kui Au Sponsored by the EMI Probabilistic Methods CommitteeAlexandros Taflanidis
12:15-13:15
Lunch (SEQ Lawns)
13:15-15:15
Parallel Session 5
Hewlett 101Hewlett 102Hewlett 103Hewlett 200Hewlett 201Shriram 104Shriram 262Y2E2 101Y2E2 111Y2E2 270Y2E2 299Y2E2 iRoom 292A/E
MS81: Mechanics of Unsaturated Porous MediaN. Lu & E. NikooeeWetting-collapse of a loose sand studied by x-ray tomographyJean-François Bruchon, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (UMR 8205), CNRS, ENPC, IFSTTAR; Jean-Michel Pereira, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (UMR 8205), CNRS, ENPC, IFSTTAR; Matthieu Vandamme, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (UMR 8205), CNRS, ENPC, IFSTTAR; Nicolas Lenoir, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (UMR 8205), CNRS, ENPC, IFSTTAR; Pierre Delage, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (UMR 8205), CNRS, ENPC, IFSTTAR; Michel Bornert, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (UMR 8205), CNRS, ENPC, IFSTTARSPH modelling of pore-scale events during drainage and imbibition cyclesHolger Steeb, Ruhr-University Bochum, Institute of Mechanics; Rakulan Sivanesapillai, Ruhr-University Bochum, Institute of MechanicsOn the solution of coupled porous media mechanics with hysteretic liquid retention behaviourDorival Pedroso, The University of QueenslandTransition between surface hydration and capillary condensation of water by clay surfaces and implications to mechanical behaviorIdil Deniz Akin, University of Wisconsin-Madison; William J. Likos, University of Wisconsin-MadisonSmall-strain shear modulus for unsaturated soilsYi Dong, Colorado School of Mines; Ning Lu, Colorado School of MinesEffects of wetting and drying on small strain behaviour of an unsaturated soilJie Xu, Key Laboratory of Ministry of Education for Geomechanics and Embankment Engineering, Hohai UniversityConsidering the impact of unsaturated conditions below the phreatic surface on pore pressure propagation and soil deformation dynamicsHéctor Montenegro, BAW Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute; Oliver Stelzer, BAW Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute; Bernhard Odenwald, BAW Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute MS01: Dr. Helmut Krawinkler Memorial Symposium on PBEEC. Adam & F. ZareianCollapse behavior of steel columns as part of steel frame buildings: experiments, loading protocols and numerical modelsYusuke Suzuki, McGill University; Ahmed Elkady, McGill University; Dimitrios Lignos, McGill UniversityPerformance-based assessment of a reinforced concrete bridge with bucking restrained bracesYuandong Wang, The University of Utah; Luis Ibarra, The University of UtahA performance-based engineering perspective on near-collapse response of RC structuresMehrdad Sasani, Northeastern UniversityImpact of computational choices on estimated structural collapse capacity under earthquake ground motionsReagan Chandramohan, Stanford University; Jack Baker, Stanford University; Greg Deierlein, Stanford UniversityA computational framework for regional seismic simulation of buildings with multiple fidelity modelsZhen Xu, Tsinghua University; Xinzheng Lu, Tsinghua University; Kincho Law, Stanford UniversityDynamic earthquake performance formulation with sustainability impactsAnirudh Rao, The Global Earthquake Model; Michael Lepech, Stanford University; Anne Kiremidjian, Stanford UniversityAn approximate stochastic dynamics approach for efficient performance-based earthquake engineeringIoannis P. Mitseas, University of Liverpool; Ioannis A. Kougioumtzoglou, Columbia University; Michael Beer, University of LiverpoolSimulation of large deformation and structural collapse using small deformation theory for performance-based seismic engineeringKevin Wong, National Institute of Standards and Technology MS96: Pore Morphology in Deforming GeomaterialsM. SadaatfarThe effect of fracture morphology on transfers in porous geomaterialsDanielle Griffani, The University of Sydney; Pierre Rognon, The University of Sydney; Itai Einav, The University of SydneyMinkowski tensor shape analysis of cellular, granular and porous structuresGerd Schröder-Turk, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg; Sebastian Kapfer, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg; Klaus Mecke, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-NurembergMicro-scale pore features in idealised granular materialsAdnan Sufian, University of New South Wales; Adrian Russell, University of New South Wales; Mohammad Sadaatfar, Australian National University; Nicolas Francois, Australian National University; Andrew Whittle, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCell shape analysis of jammed ellipsoid packingsFabian Schaller, Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg; Sebastian Kapfer, Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg; Matthias Schröter, Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Göttingen; Gary Delaney, CSIRO, Clayton South, Victoria; Gerd Schröder-Turk, Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Erlangen-NürnbergImage-based modeling of flow into and through proppant-filled fractures under variable stressClinton Willson, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University; Paula Sanematsu, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University; Yijie Shen, Cain Department of Chemical Engineering, Louisiana State University; Karsten Thompson, Craft and Hawkins Department of Petroleum Engineering, Louisiana State UniversitySimulation of nano-pore structure of shale formations for flow analysisPengwei Zhang, Tsinghua University; Liming Hu, Tsinghua University; Jay Meegoda, New Jersey Institute of Technology MS86: Computational Methods for Faults and Seismic Hazards & MS83: Multiscale Digital Rock and Granular PhysicsW. Sun & J.A. WhiteThe future of rock physics: imaging and computing for subsurface characterization, simulation, and monitoringAmos Nur, Stanford UniversityAdvanced ground motion simulation capabilities developed using a software integration approachPhilip Maechling, University of Southern California; Fabio Silva, University of Southern California; Scott Callaghan, University of Southern California; Kevin Milner, University of Southern California; David Gill, University of Southern California; Thomas Jordan, University of Southern CaliforniaConstitutive modelling of isotropic and anisotropic rockBenjamin Fuchs, University of Innsbruck; David Unteregger, University of Innsbruck; Guenter Hofstetter, University of InnsbruckInception of strain localization in geo-materials based on a coupled damage-plasticity modelMarta Miletic, Kansas State University; Dunja Peric, Kansas State UniversityMechanisms of deformation of porous rocks at the pore scaleMartin Tjioe, Stanford University; Ronaldo Borja, Stanford UniversityMechanical, hydraulic and electrical transport properties of sandstone with multiscale lattice boltzmann/finite element simulations on micro-tomographic and DEM-simulated imagesWaiChing Sun, Columbia University; Teng-fong Wong, Chinese University of Hong Kong; SeonHong Na, Columbia University; Kun Wang, Columbia University; Imer Jasiel del Cid, Columbia UniversityHigh resolution dual-modal (x-ray and neutron) imaging and 4D (3D + time) synchrotron imaging of multi-phase flow through sandFelix Kim, University of Tennessee; Dayakar Penumadu, University of Tennessee; Jens Gregor, University of Tennessee; Mike Marsh, Marsh Imaging and Visualization; Nikolay Kardjilov, Helmholtz Center Berlin for Materials and Energy; Ingo Manke, Helmholtz Center Berlin for Materials and Energy; Xianghui Xiao, Argonne National Laboratory MS42: Computational GeomechanicsB. Jha & M. ManzariPerformance of the ISA constitutive model under dynamic analysisWilliam Fuentes, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT; Theodoros Triantafyllidis, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KITProbabilistic simulation of triaxial undrained cyclic behavior of soilsArezoo Sadrinezhad, California State University Fresno; Kallol Sett, University at Buffalo,The State University of New York; S. I. Hariharan, University of AkronAn evaluation of stresses induced by centrifugal acceleration in a centrifuge test specimenMohamed El Ghoraiby, George Washington University; Majid Manzari, George Washington UniversityTwo-scale coupled flow and geomechanics: continuum modeling and stabilized finite elementsJinhyun Choo, Stanford University; Ronaldo Borja, Stanford UniversityA smoothed particle hydrodynamics method for coupled gas-porous media flowsRyan Hurley, Caltech; Jose Andrade, CaltechCoupled multiphase flow and geomechanics analysis of the 2011 Lorca earthquakeBirendra Jha, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Noah Bechor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Bradford Hager, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ruben Juanes, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologySimulation of the ground contamination based on a novel three-phase water-NAPL-air pressure-saturation modelKeita Nakamura, Yokohama National University; Mamoru Kikumoto, Yokohama National UniversityNumerical modeling of seaward tilting mechanism in vertical breakwatersMiguel Martín Stickle, Technical University of Madrid; Manuel Pastor, Technical University of Madrid; Angel Yagüe, Technical University of Madrid; Diego Manzanal, Technical University of Madrid MS44: Isogeometric Methods in Computational MechanicsM.-C. Hsu & D. Schillinger Spline-based finite element methods in the simulation of deformable sloshing tanksStefanie Elgeti, Chair for Computational Analysis of Technical Systems (CATS), RWTH Aachen University; Norbert Hosters, Chair for Computational Analysis of Technical Systems (CATS), RWTH Aachen University; Atanas Stavrev, Aachen Institute for Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science (AICES), RWTH Aachen University; Marek Behr, Chair for Computational Analysis of Technical Systems (CATS), RWTH Aachen UniversityIsogeometric analysis for phase-field methods in computational solid mechanicsMichael Borden, North Carolina State University; Eric Domonell, North Carolina State UniversityGuaranteeing numerical energy-dissipation in phase-field modelsPhilippe Vignal, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; Nathan Collier, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Donald Brown, University of Bonn; Lisandro Dalcin, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas; Victor Calo, King Abdullah University of Science and TechnologyAn explicit interface isogeometric solution to the stefan problemTao Song, Purdue University; Kritika Upreti, Purdue University; Ganesh Subbarayan, Purdue UniversityMulti-level hp-adaptivity for transient discretizations of complex domainsNils Zander, Chair for Computation in Engineering, Technische Universität München; Bog Tino, Chair for Computation in Engineering, Technische Universität München; Stefan Kollmannsberger, Chair for Computation in Engineering, Technische Universität München; Martin Ruess, Aerospace Structures and Computational Mechanics, Delft University of Technology; Dominik Schillinger, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota; Ernst Rank, Chair for Computation in Engineering, Technische Universität Münchenisogeometric dynamic-data-driven analysis of fatigue damage in wind turbine bladesArtem Korobenko, University of California, San Diego; Xiaowei Deng, University of California, San Diego; Jinhui Yan, University of California, San Diego; Yuri Bazilevs, University of California, San DiegoWeighted T-spline and its application in reparameterizing trimmed NURBS surfacesJessica Zhang, Carnegie Mellon University MS71: Cementitious Materials: Experiments and ModelingB. PichlerModeling alkali transport and ASR in concrete pavementsJithender J. Timothy, Ruhr University Bochum; Minh. N. Nguyen, Ruhr University Bochum; Günther Meschke, Ruhr University BochumEarly-age short-term creep characterization of cement pastes and mortarsMohammad Irfan-ul-Hassan, Vienna University of Technology; Bernhard Pichler, Vienna University of Technology; Roland Reihsner, Vienna University of Technology; Christian Hellmich, Vienna University of TechnologyExperimental and numerical investigations of the correlations involved during failure in quasi-brittle materialsDavid Grégoire, University of Pau, LFC-R; Vincent Lefort, University of Pau, LFC-R; Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot, University of Pau, LFC-RMicro-macro insights to failure of cementitious materials using granular micromechanics modelPayam Poorsolhjouy, University of Kansas; Anil Misra, University of KansasContinuum model for metallic fiber-cement matrix interaction under confinement stressesRafic G. El-Helou, Virginia Tech; Cristopher D. Moen, Virginia Tech; Gianluca Cusatis, Northwestern University MSC1: Mechanics of Sustainable Structural Materials & MSC3: Advances in Quantitative Engineering SustainabilityBV V. Reddy, A. Louhghalam & M. GonzalezNanomaterials obtained by planetary ball mill and their applications in civil engineeringRabah Hamzaoui, IRC, ESTP, FRANCE; Sofiane Guessasma, INRA, NANTES, FRANCESemi-analytical methods for the modeling of transportation infrastructures – Application to energy dissipation in road pavementsOlivier Chupin, IFSTTAR; Jean-Michel Piau, IFSTTARTowards sustainable roads: mechanistic PVI models and network data analysisArghavan Louhghalam, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Mehdi Akbarian, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Franz-Josef Ulm, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyData-driven modeling of urban solar microgridsArda Halu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Marta Gonzalez, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyData-driven estimation of transition matrices in Markov Decision Processes for sustainable infrastructure maintenanceHadi Meidani, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Negin Alemazkoor, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignDistributed robust control for physical infrastructure networksQin Ba, University of Southern California; Ketan Savla, University of Southern CaliforniaPerformance metrics and indicators for resource allocation in sustainable urban infrastructure systemRuda Zhang, University of Southern California; Roger Ghanem, University of Southern CaliforniaFramework for life-cycle management of civil infrastructure based on risk and sustainabilityDan Frangopol, Lehigh University; Samantha Sabatino, Lehigh University; You Dong, Lehigh University MSA5: Next-Generation Civil InfrastructureJ.P. Lynch & Y. WangKalman filter based vibration monitoring for wireless sensor networksRoman Klis, ETH Zürich; Eleni Chatzi, ETH ZürichUpdating structural models using subspace system identification based on bayesian probabilistic frameworkSeung-Keun Park, Carnegie Mellon University; Hae Young Noh, Carnegie Mellon UniversityA Gaussian process model based on the wavelet transform for earthquake damage detectionKonstantinos Balafas, Stanford University; Ram Rajagopal, Stanford University; Anne Kiremidjian, Stanford UniversitySpatial damage detection and localization using compressive samplingS. Golnaz Shahidi, Lehigh University; Shamim N. Pakzad, Lehigh University; Jamie M. Hudson, Lehigh University; M. Mohsen Moarefdoost, Lehigh UniversityDistributed fiber optic strain sensing to assess complex structural behaviorNeil Hoult, Queen's UniversityValidation of the martlet wireless sensing system through dynamic testing of full-scale reinforced concrete framesXinjun Dong, Georgia Institute of Technology; Tim Wright, Georgia Institute of Technology; Dapeng Zhu, Georgia Institute of Technology; Yang Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology; Reginald DesRoches, Georgia Institute of TechnologyUtilization of smartphone sensors for structural health monitoringEkin Ozer, Columbia University; Maria Feng, Columbia University MS62: Computational Modeling in Civil EngineeringS. Arwade & P.-K. TehraniModeling and seismic response comparison of california high-speed rail prototype bridge with and without seismic isolationYong Li, University of California, San Diego; Joel Conte, UCSDEvaluation of maximum likelihood fitting for fragility analysis of code-designed steel plate shear wallsRamin Barghi, San Francisco State University; Cheng Chen, San Francisco State University; Benjamin Kean, San Francisco State University; Shihang Guo, San Francisco State UniversitySystem effects in wood-sheathed cold-formed steel shear wallsAritra Chatterjee, Virginia Polytechnic and State University; Guanbo Biang, Johns Hopkins University; Hung Ngo, Johns Hopkins University; Yibing Xiang, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Cris Moen, Virginia Polytechnic and State University; Sanjay Arwade, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Ben Schafer, Johns Hopkins UniversityPerformance of reinforced concrete columns under realistic load pattern and historyFatemeh Shirmohammadi, Kansas State University; Asad Esmaeily, Kansas State UniversityFragility functions for wind turbine blades under extreme wind conditionsSpencer Hallowell, Northeastern University; Andrew Myers, Northeastern University; Jerome Hajjar, Northeastern University; Sanjay Arwade, University of Massachusetts, Amhers; Nathan Post, National Renewable Energy LaboratoryA computational framework for rain erosion prediction in composite wind turbine bladesBehrooz Amirzadeh, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; Mehdi Raessi, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; Mazdak Tootkaboni, University of Massachusetts DartmouthModeling of mooring systems in floating offshore wind turbinesCrescenzo Petrone, University at Buffalo; Nicholas Oliveto, University at Buffalo; Mettupalayam Sivaselvan, University at BuffaloSemi-active vibration control of double-beam system by using magneto-rheological elastomersYongxue Li, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Irvine; Lizhi Sun, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Irvine MS91: Computational Tools for Sustainable Hydraulic FracturingG. Pijaudier- Cabot & M. SalviatoPoroelastic effects on reactivation of a hydraulic fracture in permeable rockErfan Sarvaramini, Dalhousie University; Dmitry Garagash, Dalhousie UniversityLattice discrete particle modeling of the anisotropic mechanical behavior of shaleWeixin Li, Northwestern University; Congrui Jin, Northwestern University; Marco Salviato, Northwestern University; Gianluca Cusatis, Northwestern UniversityLattice modeling of hydraulic fractureGilles Pijaudier-Cabot, Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour; Vincent Lefort, Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour; David Gregoire, Université de Pau et des Pays de l'AdourInferring the properties of fluid-filled fractures using tube wavesOssian O'Reilly, Stanford; Eric M. Dunham, Stanford; Dan Moos, Baker HughesA hydro-mechanical lattice approach for modelling hydraulic fracturePeter Grassl, University of Glasgow; Caroline Fahy, University of Glasgow; Domenico Gallipoli, University of Pau; Simon Wheeler, University GlasgowModeling localized failure in high-poroity rocksFerdinando Marinelli, Northwestern University; Giuseppe Buscarnera, Northwestern UniversityMulti-level modeling of hydraulic stimulation using micromechanics and phase-field modelsJithender Timothy, Institute for Structural Mechanics, Ruhr University Bochum; Ildar Khisamitov, Institute for Structural Mechanics, Ruhr University Bochum; Dirk Leonhart, Institute for Structural Mechanics, Ruhr University Bochum; Günther Meschke, Institute for Structural Mechanics, Ruhr University Bochum MS23: Mechanobiology of Soft and Hard Tissues & MS22: Multiscale Mechanics of Bio-Inspired and Biological MaterialsS. ScheinerSimulating the multiphysics of the intervertebral disc and the likely implications of disc cell nutrition in disc degenerationJerome Noailly, Biomechanics and Mechanobiology, Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC); Carlos Ruiz Wills, Biomechanics and Mechanobiology, Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC); Andrea Malandrino, Biomechanics and Mechanobiology, Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC)The mechanics of obstruction in chronic lung diseaseMona Eskandari, Stanford University; Ellen Kuhl, Stanford UniversityCoupling microporomechanics and multiscale systems biology for computer simulation-based prediction of bone remodelingStefan Scheiner, Vienna University of Technology; Maria Pastrama, Vienna University of Technology; Peter Pivonka, The University of Melbourne; Christian Hellmich, Vienna University of TechnologyModeling mechanical force transmission via actin stress fibersCecile Gouget, Ecole Polytechnique; Yongyun Hwang, Imperial College London; Abdul Barakat, Ecole PolytechniqueFlexible minerals: self-assembled calcite spicules with extreme bending strength*Filipe Natalio, Institut für Chemie - Anorganische Chemie, Martin- Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Kurt Mothes Strabe 2, 06120 Halle; Michael Kappl, Max-Planck-Institut für Polymerforschung, Ackermannweg 10, D-55128 Mainz; Hans-Jürgen Butt, Max-Planck-Institut für Polymerforschung, Ackermannweg 10, D-55128 Mainz; Wolfgang Tremel, Institut für Anorganische Chemie und Analytische Chemie, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Duesbergweg 10-14, D-55099 MainzGecko-inspired adhesion of a random carbon nanotube arraySteven Cranford, Northeastern University; Kwan Yang, Northeastern UniversityPhysical and mechanical properties of bamboo fibersSina Youssefian, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Nima Rahbar, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
15:15-15:30
Coffee Break (SEQ Lawns)
15:30-16:30
Parallel Session 6
Hewlett 101Hewlett 102Hewlett 103Hewlett 200Hewlett 201Shriram 104Shriram 262Y2E2 101Y2E2 111Y2E2 270Y2E2 299
MS82: Mechanics of Unsaturated Porous MaterialsN. Lu & E. NikooeeAn approach to detecting the characteristics of different pore fluids in soils based on the NMR techniquePan Chen, State Key Laboratory of Geomechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Changfu Wei, State Key Laboratory of Geomechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Huihui Tian, State Key Laboratory of Geomechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, Chinese Academy of SciencesNumerical investigation of hydrogen sulfide transfer in unsaturated amended-soil considering chemical reaction processMengyao Xie, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Charles Wang Wai Ng, Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyThe specific interfacial area, saturation and capillary pressure relationship: do the porous network properties matter?Ehsan Nikooee, Department of Earth Sciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; S. Majid Hassanizadeh, Department of Earth Sciences, Utrecht University, The NetherlandsA method and aparatus for remolded sample preparation of gas-bearing sediments in the shallow seabedLing-wei Kong, State Key Laboratory of Geomechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yong Wang, State Key Laboratory of Geomechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Xiong-wei Li, School of Civil Engineering & Architecture, Changzhou Institute of Technology MS01: Dr. Helmut Krawinkler Memorial Symposium on PBEED. Lignos & F. ZareianPractice-oriented seismic response analysis for risk-based decision makingMatjaz Dolsek, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, University of Ljubljana; Marko Brozovic, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, University of LjubljanaEfficiency of different spectral acceleration based intensity measures for seismic collapse assessmentChristoph Adam, University of Innsbruck; Styliani Tsantaki, University of Innsbruck; David Kampenhuber, University of Innsbruck; Luis F. Ibarra, University of UtahImproved intensity measures for estimation of the risk of building collapseEduardo Miranda, Stanford University; Laura Eads, Risk Management Solutions, Inc; Dimitrios Lignos, McGill UniversityGround motion characteristics and scaling: how far can intensity measures go?Dimitrios Vamvatsikos, National Technical University of Athens; Athanasia Kazantzi, J.B. ATE; Agathoklis Giaralis, City University London MS96: Pore Morphology in Deforming GeomaterialsA. RussellSimulation of micro-pore structure of soils for flow analysisShengyan Gao, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Jay Meegoda, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Liming Hu, Tsinghua University; Pengwei Zhang, Tsinghua UniversityRelating pore morphology and hysteresis in capillary dominated fluid flow in granular mediaAdrian Sheppard, Australian National University; Dorthe Wildenschild, Oregon State University; Anna Herring, Oregon State University; Linnea Andersson, Oregon State University; Vanessa Robins, Australian National UniversityAnalysis of pore scale processes in geo-materials: perspectives on multi-scale and time-resolved 3D imagingTom Bultreys, Ghent University; Jan Dewanckele, Ghent University; Hannelore Derluyn, Ghent University; Marijn .A. Boone, Ghent University; Tim De Kock, Ghent University; Wesley De Boever, Ghent University; Jeroen Van Stappen, Ghent University; Thomas De Schrijver, Ghent University; Matthieu N. Boone, Ghent University; Bert Masschaele, Ghent University; Luc Van Hoorebeke, Ghent University; Veerle Cnudde, Ghent UniversityTopological characterisation of pore deformation in dense granular packings and geomaterialsMohammad Saadatfar, Department of Applied Mathematics, Research School of Physics and Engineering, ANU; Hiroshi Takeuchi, Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University; Maryam Hanifpour, Department of Physics, College of Sciences, Tehran Universit; Yasuaki Hiraoka, Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University; Nicolas Francois, Department of Applied Mathematics, Research School of Physics and Engineering, ANU; Vanessa Robins, Department of Applied Mathematics, Research School of Physics and Engineering, ANU MS02: Dr. Masao Satake Memorial Symposium on Granular MechanicsA. Daouadji & H. Shen Analysis of stress chain structure strengthened by vertical tappingNaoki Iikawa, Nagoya University; Mahesh Bandi, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University; Hiroaki Katsuragi, Nagoya UniversityMicroscale analysis of geomaterial considering interaction of pore fluidsIkkoh Tachibana, Tohoku University; Shuji Moriguchi, Tohoku University; Kenjiro Terada, Tohoku University; Takashi Kyoya, Tohoku University; Shinsuke Takase, Tohoku University; Mayu Muramatsu, Tohoku University; Junji Kato, Tohoku UniversityMicromechanical analysis of granular ratcheting behind a retaining wallNejib Hadda, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Calgary; Richard Wan, Department of Civil Engineering, University of CalgaryThe influence of inertia on the dynamical and segregative behaviours of vibrofluidised granular systemsChristopher Windows-Yule, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Birmingham MS42: Computational Geomechanics F. Bobaru & P. Fu Numerical modeling and large scale experimental validation of saturated soil-foundation-structure interactionZahra S. Lotfian, University at Buffalo; Mettupalayam Sivaselvan, University at BuffaloPeridynamic modeling of porous materials: wave propagation and mechanical propertiesZiguang Chen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Florin Bobaru, University of Nebraska-LincolnGEOS: A high performance computing collaboration platform for geoscience applicationsPengcheng Fu, Lawrence Livermore National Lab; Randolph Settgast, Lawrence Livermore National Lab.; Scott Johnson, Applied Numerics, LLC; Stuart Walsh, Lawrence Livermore National Lab.; Yue Hao, Lawrence Livermore National Lab.; Joseph Morris, Lawrence Livermore National Lab.; Frederick Ryerson, Lawrence Livermore National Lab.; Tarabay Antoun, Lawrence Livermore National Lab.Comparison of micromorphic and micropolar elasticity using large deformation finite element analysisFarhad Shahabi, University of Colorado Boulder; Richard Regueiro, University of Colorado Boulder MS44: Isogeometric Methods in Computational Mechanics V.M. Calo & M.J. BordenAn immersogeometric variational framework for CFD and FSI with application to aortic valvesMing-Chen Hsu, Iowa State University; David Kamensky, The University of Texas at Austin; Michael C. H. Wu, Iowa State University; Fei Xu, Iowa State University; Vasco Varduhn, University of Minnesota; Dominik Schillinger, University of MinnesotaAn isogeometric method for nearly-incompressible elasticity with local stress projectionPablo Antolin, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile ed Architettura, Universita degli Studi di Pavia; Annalisa Buffa, Istituto di Matematica Applicata e Tecnologie Informatiche (IMATI) - CNR; Giancarlo Sangalli, Dipartimento di Matematica, Universita degli Studi di PaviaWeakly enforced boundary & coupling constraints for isogeometric rotation-free thin shellsMartin Ruess, Delft University of Technology; Yujie Guo, Delft University of TechnologyIsogeometric treatment of nonlinear gradient elasticity for modeling mechano-chemically driven phase transformationsShiva Rudraraju, University of Michigan; Anton van der Ven, University of California Santa Barbara; Krishna Garikipati, University of Michigan MS61: James Lai Symposium on Pavement Mechanics and MaterialsZ. You & J. HanDynamic shear rheometer test simulation of foaming asphalt binder using discrete element method (DEM)Xu Yang, Michigan Technological University; Zhanping You, Michigan Technological UniversityStudy on the adhesion between asphalt binders and aggregate minerals using particle-modified atomic force probesTing Tan, The University of Vermont; Yujie Li, The University of Vermont; Jie Yang, The University of VermontA comprehensive analysis of fracture and self-healing in asphalt binderYue Hou, School of Civil Engineering, Shandong University; Linbing Wang, Joint USTB – Virginia Tech Lab on Multifunctional Materials, USTB, Beijing China, Virginia Tech, VA 24061, USA; Wenjuan Sun, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityNanoindentation investigation of unaged, aged, and polymer-modified asphalt binder and mastic linear viscoelasticity and cohesionYuriy Veytskin, North Carolina State University; Christopher Bobko, North Carolina State University MSC4: Environmental Effects on Mechanics Behavior of MaterialsJ.-M. Pereira & P. Dangla Poro-mechanical influences on the leakage from geologic barriersAntony Patrick Selvadurai, McGillUniversityRole of salt specific surface in healing processes driven by diffusion and pressure solutionChloe Arson, Georgia Institute of Technology; Lisanne Douma, University of Utrecht; Cheng Zhu, Georgia Institute of Technology; Chris Spiers, University of UtrechtGrainsize effects on the crushing behavior of unsaturated granular solidsGiuseppe Buscarnera, Northwestern University; Yida Zhang, Northwestern UniversityColloidal simulations of C-S-H precipitation: a coarse-grained Transition State Theory approachIgor Shvab, Newcastle University; Enrico Masoero, Newcastle University MSA5: Next-Generation Civil InfrastructureJ.P. Lynch & Y. WangFramework for structure health monitoring using aerial imagesHyungchul Yoon, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Billie Spencer, University of Illinois at Urbana ChampaignA vision-based approach for obtaining the time-varying displacement field of vibrating systemsYulu Chen, University of Southern California; Mohamed Abdelbarr, University of Southern California; Mohammad Jahanshahi, Purdue University; Sami Masri, University of Southern CaliforniaSurface strain map reconstruction using dense network of thin film sensorsSimon Laflamme, Iowa State University; Hussam Saleem, Iowa State University; Austin Downey, Iowa State UniversityHighly elastic sensing skin for mesosurface strain monitoringHussam Saleem, Iowa State University; Simon Laflamme, Iowa State University MS62: Computational Modeling in Civil EngineeringE. Taciroglu & S. FroncoisNumerical modeling and in situ vibration measurements during the design and construction of low vibration floors at the nanotechnology laboratory corelab 1bStijn François, KU Leuven, Department of Civil Engineering; Geert Lombaert, KU Leuven, Department of Civil Engineering; Geert Degrande, KU Leuven, Department of Civil EngineeringProbabilistic analysis of reinforced concrete buildings against progressive collapseBing Xue, University of Minnesota; Jia-Liang Le, University of MinnesotaDevelopment and application of generalized conforming shell element for earthquake-induced collapse simulation of tall buildingsLisha Wang, Department of Engineering Mechanics, School of Aerospace, Tsinghua University; Song Cen, Department of Engineering Mechanics, School of Aerospace, Tsinghua University; Linlin Xie, Key Laboratory of Civil Engineering Safety and Durability of Ministry of Education, Tsinghua University; Xinzheng Lu, Key Laboratory of Civil Engineering Safety and Durability of Ministry of Education, Tsinghua UniversityEvaluation of nonlinear dynamic behavior of rc buildings by using sobol’ decompositionMohammadreza Moradi, Old Dominion University; Alireza Moradi, Islamic Azad University MS91: Computational Tools for Sustainable Hydraulic FracturingD. Grégoire & M. Salviato Crack band approach to complex 3D hydraulic fracturing of gas shaleZdenek P. Bažant, Northwestern University; Viet T. Chau, Northwestern University; Yewang Su, Northwestern University; Marco Salviato, Northwestern UniversityValidation and application of fully-coupled finite element hydraulic fracture modelsMatias Zielonka, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Center; Kevin Searles, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Center; Jorge Garzon, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Center; Jing Ning, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Center; Nikolay Kostov, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Center; Pablo Sanz, ExxonMobil Upstream Research CenterModeling of hydraulic fracture in quasi-brittle rocksYao Yao, School of Mechanics and Civil Engineering, Northwestern Polytechnical University; Lu Liu, School of Mechanics and Civil Engineering, Northwestern Polytechnical University; Leon Keer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern UniversityAn enhanced local pressure model for three-dimensional simulation of hydraulic fracturingErnst Remij, Eindhoven University of Technology; Joris Remmers, Eindhoven University of Technology; Jacques Huyghe, Eindhoven University of Technology; David Smeulders, Eindhoven University of Technology
16:30-17:45
General Poster Session (Huang Ampitheater)

111. Contact longevity, speed, and migration during loading of dense granular materials
Matthew R. Kuhn*, WaiChing Sun

227. A numerical analysis of the influence of the initial state of soil on the failure mechanism of 
sand-filled column collapses
James Fern*, Kenichi Soga

255. Large deformation granular strain measures and calculations of granular stress based upon 
3-dimensional ellipsoidal DEM
Boning Zhang*, Richard Regueiro

265. A computational analysis of particle morphology effects on critical state
Alex Jerves*, Reid Kawamoto, Jose Andrade

275. A simulation method for the fire-induced progressive collapse of concrete structures
Mengzhu Diao, Yi Li*, Xinzheng Lu, Mingjian Ying

309. Comparison of micromorphic and micropolar elasticity using large deformation finite element 
analysis
Farhad Shahabi*, Richard Regueiro

319. Behavior of normal and ultra high performance concrete at early age
Lin Wan*, Roman Wendner, Gianluca Cusatis

335. Efficient binning of random samples applied to a micromechanics damage model of brittle 
materials
Farah Huq*, Lori Graham-Brady, Rebecca Brannon

359. Adaptive modeling of damage growth using a coupled FEM/BEM approach
Mostafa Mobasher*, Haim Waisman

407. A solution algorithm for transient compressible Navier-Stokes equations at all Mach numbers
Kian Chuan Ong*, Andrew Chan, Lee Peng Teo

427. Transition between surface hydration and capillary condensation of water by clay surfaces and 
implications to mechanical behavior
Idil Deniz Akin*, William J. Likos

467. Computational modeling of enhanced bio-interface materials
Emma M. Lejeune*, Ali Javili, Christian Linder

479. Variational multiscale enrichment method for elasto-viscoplastic problems
Shuhai Zhang*, Caglar Oskay

655. Computational aspects of electromechanical coupling with application to instabilities of soft 
dielectrics
Reza Rastak*, Ali Javili, Christian Linder

691. Numerical modeling of moisture- and temperature- enhanced fatigue delamination in composites 
using cohesive elements
Stephen Jimenez*, Ravindra Duddu

701. Computational aspects of growth-induced instabilities with application to biofilms
Berkin Dortdivanlioglu*, Ali Javili, Christian Linder

711. Phase field modeling of diffusion and fracture of silicon electrodes in lithium-ion batteries
Xiaoxuan Zhang*, Christian Linder

745. A stabilized finite element formulation for large deformation poroelasticity models
Andreas Krischok*, Christian Linder

911. Numerical modeling and large scale experimental validation of saturated soil-foundation- 
structure interaction
Zahra S. Lotfian*, Mettupalayam Sivaselvan

923. A constitutive framework for shale based on anisotropic critical state plasticity
Shabnam Jandaghi Semnani*, Joshua A. White, Ronaldo I. Borja

997. Origami-inspired metamaterials and structures: Analysis and mechanical properties
Maryam Eidini*, Glaucio Paulino

1061. Micro-macro insights to failure of cementitious materials using granular micromechanics  
model
Payam Poorsolhjouy*, Anil Misra

1079. Multi-scale modeling for effective electrical conductivity of a carbon nanotube/polymer 
composite containing chain-structured ferromagnetic particles for strain sensing
Sung-Hwan Jang*, Huiming Yin

1105. Assessing joint coastal wind and flood hazard in the U.S. northeastern regions
Jin Zhu*, Wei Zhang

1197. Application of acoustic emission and data mining for damage detection in power plants
Alireza Farhidzadeh*, Obdulia Lay, David Sinay, Richard Gostautas

1305. Simultaneous identification of s ructural parameters and vehicle axle loads of the
vehicle-bridge interaction system
Dongming Feng*, Maria Feng, Hao Sun

1311. Computational free-surface-flow-structure interaction with applications to offshore wind 
turbines
Jinhui Yan*, Artem Korobenko, Xiaowei Deng, Yuri Bazilevs

1319. Reduced order modeling approaches for soil structure interaction problems
Elnaz Esmaeilzadeh Seylabi*, Ertugrul Taciroglu

1345. The mechanics of obstruction in chronic lung disease
Mona Eskandari*, Ellen Kuhl

1529. The inverse medium problem in three-dimensional PML-truncated elastic media
Arash Fathi*, Loukas Kallivokas

1537. An integrated approach for the study of topographic effects in seismic wave amplification
Babak Poursartip*, Loukas F. Kallivokas

1579. Nonlinear dynamic simulation of cable breakage events on long-span cable-stayed bridges under 
stochastic traffic and wind
Yufen Zhou, Suren Chen*

1657. Discrete-time filter approach for performance-based seismic assessment of inelastic 
structures subject to soil-structure interaction effects
Richard Gash*, Elnaz Esmaeilzadeh Seylabi, Ertugrul Taciroglu

1697. Study of large-scale interstate highway pavement crack characteristics/patterns using 
emerging 3D technology and multi-scale topological model
Yichang Tsai*, Julius Doan, Yiching Wu

1703. Mechanical on the interface of dowels and surrounding concrete under wheel load and 
temperature gradient
Jie Yuan*

1705. Back analysis of modulus in the pavement structure model test of typical materials
Lei Zhang*, Xudong Wang, Xingye Zhou, Nianmei Zhang

1711. Seismic hazard and vulnerability assessment of Himachal Pradesh and contiguous regions
Mridula Singh, Swati Singh Rajput, Amita Sinvhal*, H. R. Wason

1713. Recent advance of anomalous statistical methods in engineering reliability analysis
Yingjie Liang*, Wen Chen

1715. Probabilistic optimization of performance-based seismic design of structures considering 
soil–structure interaction effects
Hessam Yazdani*, Mohsen Khatibinia, Kianoosh Hatami

1717. Thermo-hydro-mechanical coupling effects on wave propagation and strain localization
in a softening fully saturated porous medium
SeonHong Na*, WaiChing Sun

1719. Creation of statistically equivalent periodic unit cell for protein-bound soils
Isamar Rosa*, Michael Lepech, Henning Roedel, David Loftus

1721. Seismic response assessment of structures in the presence of modeling uncertainty
Beliz Ugurhan Gokkaya*, Jack Baker, Greg Deierlein

1723. Predicting ductile fracture of steel beam-column connections
Huajie Wen*, Hussam Mahmoud

1725. Exploring mechanistic models to predict ultimate compressive strength in novel biocomposites
Henning Roedel*, Michael Lepech, David Loftus

1729. Serviceability of foundations for offshore wind power plants
Torsten Wichtmann, Hauke Zachert, Theodoros Triantafyllidis*

1731. Microstructure and nonlinear viscoelastic-viscoplastic characterization of binders used in 
warm mix asphalt
Eyad Masad*, Ilaria Menapace, Mohammed Sadeq

1733. Simulation of a self-healing polymer based on the micro-encapsulation approach using the 
theory of porous media
Steffen Specht*, Joachim Bluhm, Jörg Schröder

1737. Equivalent inclusion method-based simulation of magnetic particle alignment in Stokes flow 
towards manufacturing strain gauge
Gan Song*, Huiming Yin

1741. Anatomy of the “compressive ring” in plates under fire
Payam Khazaeinejad*, Asif Usmani

1743. Shake table tests of unattached, multi-body systems with low-friction sliding isolators
Christine Wittich*, Tara Hutchinson

1753. Micromechanical modeling for the deformation of sand with non-coaxiality between the stress 
and material axes
Kane Bennett*, Ching Chang

17:30-19:00
Committee Meeting
Mechanics of Pavements (Shriram 108)
19:00-22:00
EMI Conference Awards Banquet (Arrillaga Alumni Center, McCaw Hall)
Friday, 19 June 2015
7:30-8:30
Registration and Continental Breakfast (Hewlett Lobby)
8:30-10:00
Plenary Session (Hewlett 200/201)George Deodatis

Ruben Juanes
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Pol Spanos
Lewis B. Ryon Professor of Mechanical Engineering and of Civil Engineering
Rice University

10:00-10:15
Coffee Break (Hewlett Lawn)
10:15-12:15
Parallel Session 7
Hewlett 101Hewlett 102Hewlett 103Hewlett 200Hewlett 201Shriram 104Shriram 262Y2E2 101Y2E2 111Y2E2 270Y2E2 299Y2E2 iRoom 292A/E
MS84: Multiphysics of Rainfall-Induced Landslides and Debris Flow & MS85: Computational Methods in Landslide Hazard ManagementW. Wu & Y.T. KimCentrifuge modelling of granular flows immersed in a viscous fluid: flow characteristics and impact forcesMiguel Angel Cabrera, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences - Institute of Geotechnical Engineering; Wei Wu, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences - Institute of Geotechnical EngineeringStability analysis and failure simulation of slope with SPHChong Peng, Institute of Geotechnical Engineering, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna; Wei Wu, Institute of Geotechnical Engineering, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna; Haisui Yu, Nottingham Centre for Geomechanics, University of Nottingham, NottinghamNumerical analyses of vegetated slopes subjected to rainfallBarbara Maria Switala, Institute of Geotechnical Engineering, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna; Roberto Tamagnini, Institute of Geotechnical Engineering, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna; Wei Wu, Institute of Geotechnical Engineering, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), ViennaInitiation of flow liquefaction in saturated sand with the presence of initial shear stressL.B. Liang, Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong; J. Yang, Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong KongDebris-flow runout modeling using empirical growth rate equation and previously-calibrated rheological parametersSeung-Rae Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; Joon-Young Park, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; Seok Yoon, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; Nedumpallile Vasu Nikhil, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyPhysical modeling on performance evaluation of slit-type walls against debris flowsShin-Kyu Choi, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; Tae-Hyuk Kwon , Korea Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyDevelopment of 3D particle method for calculating large deformation of soilsSung-Sik Park, Kyungpook National University; Han Chang, Kyungpook National University; Sung-Ryol Ye, Kyungpook National UniversityAssessment of rainfall-triggered shallow landsliding by using physically based model of hillslope stabilityAnanta Man Singh Pradhan, Department of Ocean Engineering, Pukyong National University, Busan; Hyo-Sub Kang, Department of Ocean Engineering, Pukyong National University, Busan; Ji-Sung Lee, Department of Ocean Engineering, Pukyong National University, Busan; Yun-Tae Kim, Department of Ocean Engineering, Pukyong National University, Busan MS66: Robustness of InfrastructureS. Arwade & S. Gerasimidis Long wave buckling instability study for progressive collapse of tall steel moment framesMaura Torres, Columbia Universtiy; Simos Gerasimidis , Columbia University; Professor George Deodatis, Columbia University; Dr. Mohammed Ettouney, Weidlinger AssociatesAnalytical identification of progressive collapse modes of 3D steel frames through new euler-type progressive collapse curvesAthina Spyridaki, Columbia University; Symeon Gerasimidis, Columbia University; George Deodatis, Columbia university; Mohammed Ettouney, Weidlinger Associates Inc.The effect of partial distributed damage on the progressive collapse mechanisms and collapse loads of high-rise steel buildingsJenny Sideri, Columbia University; Simos Gerasimidis, Columbia University; George Deodatis, Columbia UniversityShear-flexure-axial force interaction in rectangular concrete columns under AASHTO extreme load eventAhmed Al-Rahmani, Kansas State University; Hayder Rasheed, Kansas State UniversityConfinement modeling in rectangular concrete columns with external FRP and internal steelAhmed Al-Rahmani, Kansas State University; Hayder Rasheed, Kansas State UniversitySimulation-based system reliability for designAritra Chatterjee, Virginia Polytechnic and State University; Yibing Xiang, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Cris Moen, Virginia Polytechnic and State University; Sanjay Arwade, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Ben Schafer, Johns Hopkins UniversityProgressive collapse vulnerability of 3D high rise steel buildings under external blast loadingJenny Sideri, Columbia University; Christopher Mullen, University of Mississippi; Simos Gerasimidis, Columbia University; George Deodatis, Columbia UniversityResiliency of a community of buildings to fire following earthquakeThomas Gernay, Princeton University; Negar Elhami Khorasani, Princeton University; Maria Garlock, Princeton University MS63: Effect of Cracking on the Performance of Structural SystemsI. Koutromanos Homogenization-based coarse graining framework for the analysis of reinforced concrete structural elementsErol Lale, Istanbul Technical University; Roozbeh Rezakhani, Northwestern University; Mohammed Alnaggar, Northwestern University; Gianluca Cusatis, Northwestern UniversitySimulating low-cycle fatigue and its effects on seismic behavior of steel braced framesYuli Huang, Arup; Stephen Mahin, University of California at BerkeleySeismic analysis of reinforced concrete non-planar walls and buildings using three-dimensional beam-truss modelsYuan Lu, University of California, Berkeley; Marios Panagiotou, University of California, BerkeleyModeling of dowel action in bridge abutment shear keysAlexandra Kottari, University of California San Diego; Pui-Shum, Benson Shing, University of California San Diego; Jose Restrepo, University of California San DiegoAnalysis of shear-dominiated reinforced concrete columns and masonry walls using nonlinear truss modelsMohammadreza Moharrami, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Ioannis Koutromanos, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Marios Panagiotou, University of California Berkeley MS02: Dr. Masao Satake Memorial Symposium on Granular MechanicsT. Rosato & T. MatsushimaA microscopic observation of the behavior of partially saturated sand using microfocus x-ray ct with image analysisFusao Oka, Kyoto University; Yosuke Higo, Kyoto University; Yoichi Morishita, Kyoto University; Yoshiki Matsushima, Central Japan Railway CompanyProperties of granular materials with capillary cohesion: DEM resultsSaeed Khamseh, Laboratoire Navier, Université Paris Est; Vinh Du Than, Laboratoire Navier, Université Paris Est; Anh Minh Tang, Laboratoire Navier, Université Paris Est; Jean-Michel Pereira, Laboratoire Navier, Université Paris Est; François Chevoir, Laboratoire Navier, Université Paris Est; Jean-Noel Roux, Laboratoire Navier, Université Paris EstA constitutive model for rockfills considering grain breakage and size effectPierre-Yves Hicher, Ecole Centrale de Nantes; Zhen-Yu Yin, Ecole Centrale de Nantes; Christophe Dano, Ecole Centrale de NantesOn particle crushing probability in confined comminutionCarlos Ovalle, Department of Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Charles Voivret, SNCF, Innovation and Research; Christophe Dano, LUNAM University, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, CNRS UMR 6183; Pierre-Yves Hicher, LUNAM University, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, CNRS UMR 6183Influences of micro parameters on macro mechanical behaviors of brittle material simulated with bonded particlesShunying Ji, Dalian University of TechnologyExperimental micromechanics of granular materials under complex loadingsAli Daouadji, University of Lorraine; Mohamad Jrad, University of Lorraine; El Mostafa Daya, University of Lorraine; Salim Belouettar, Luxembourg Institute of Science and TechnologyDrag of a tracer disk in granular mediaHisao Hayakawa, Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University; Satoshi Takada, Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto UniversityA depth-averaged mu(I)-rheology for shallow granular free-surface flowsNico Gray, The University of Manchester; Andrew Edwards, The University of Manchester MS42: Computational GeomechanicsQ. Chen & W. EhlersOn the stability of fluid-saturated soils during earthquakesWolfgang Ehlers, University of Stuttgart; Maik Schenke, University of StuttgartStrain localization simulation with temperature effects for multiphase geomaterials in dynamic analysisDuc Toan Cao, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Otto-Berndt-Strasse 2, 64287 Darmstadt; Lorenzo Sanavia , Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile, Edile ed Ambientale (DICEA), Università degli Studi di Padova, Via F. Marzolo 9, 35131 Padova; Yongqi Wang, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Otto-Berndt-Strasse 2, 64287 DarmstadtStatic liquefaction and localized instability in isotropically and anisotropically consolidated saturated sandsXilin Lu, Tongji University; Jiangu Qian, Tongji University; Maosong Huang, Tongji UniversityInvestigating micro-mechanics of small-strain elastic shear wave velocity as a metric for evaluating liquefaction resistanceUtkarsh Mital, Caltech; Jose Andrade, CaltechSeismic response of waterfront structures on liquefiable soilMorteza Rahimi Abkenar, George Washington University; Majid Manzari, George Washington UniversityParametrization in numerical bifurcation analysis and its application to geomaterial modelsQiushi Chen, Clemson University; Alejandro Mota, Sandia National LaboratoriesInstability of medium dense sand under drained and undrained biaxial testMousumi Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur; Anurag Gupta, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur; Amit Prashant, Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar MS41: Computational Methods for Solid and Structural MechanicsH. Waisman & A. Korobenko Variational multiscale enrichment method for elasto-viscoplastic problemsShuhai Zhang, Vanderbilt University; Caglar Oskay, Vanderbilt UniversityVariational projection and implicit integration for gradient crystal plasticityTimothy Truster, University of Tennessee; Omar Nassif, University of TennesseeForward and inverse problems for the standard linear solid viscoelastic model using a mixed displacement-stress finite element formulationAlireza Pakravan, New Mexico State University; Craig Newtson, New Mexico State UniversityIsogeometric analysis for dispersion characteristics of metamaterialsRyan Alberdi, University of Notre Dame; Guodong Zhang, University of Notre Dame; Kapil Khandelwal, University of Notre DameDamped vibration of an adhesively bonded stiffened plate with plate-strip stiffeners using static timoshenko beam functionsNaveed Ahmad, Virginia Tech; Rakesh Kapania, Virginia TechA weighted Nitsche stabilized method for small-sliding contact on frictional surfacesChandrasekhar Annavarapu, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Randolph Settgast, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Scott Johnson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Pengcheng Fu, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Eric Herbold, Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryComputational free-surface-flow-structure interaction with applications to offshore wind turbinesJinhui Yan, University of California, San Diego; Artem Korobenko, University of California, San Diego; Xiaowei Deng, University of California, San Diego; Yuri Bazilevs, University of California, San DiegoNumerical methods for fluid-structure interaction using universal meshesEvan Gawlik, Stanford University; Adrian Lew, Stanford University MS61: James Lai Symposium on Pavement Mechanics and MaterialsY.-R. Kim & Y. Tsai Dynamic asymmetry in polymer modified bitumen: a viscoelastic model for phase separationJiqing Zhu, Division of Highway and Railway Engineering, Department of Transport Science, KTH Royal Institute of Technology; Niki Kringos, Division of Highway and Railway Engineering, Department of Transport Science, KTH Royal Institute of TechnologyMultiscale testing-analysis of asphaltic materials considering viscoelastic and viscoplastic deformationSoohyok Im, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Taesun You, University of Nebraska; Hoki Ban, Hanyang University; Yong-Rak Kim, University of NebraskaAn innovative sampling technique to predict damage evolutionJeremy Lea, University of California, Davis; Rongzong Wu, University of California, DavisPrediction of effective thermal conductivity of asphalt concrete using a multi-scale simulation approachHao Wang, Rutgers University; Jiaqi Chen, Rutgers University; Liang Li, Central South UniversityDetermination of the optimal air void content for typical ATPB drainage layer in VA, OK and IDYinning Zhang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Wei Zhang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Linbing Wang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityQuantification of aggregate morphologic characteristics with improved FTI systemYufeng Liu, Virginia Tech; Wenjuan Sun, Virginia Tech; Harikrishnan Nair, Virginia Council for Transportation Innovation and Research; D. Stephen Lane, Virginia Council for Transportation Innovation and Research; Linbing Wang, Virginia TechMicrostructure and nonlinear viscoelastic-viscoplastic characterization of binders used in warm mix asphaltEyad Masad, Texas A&M University at Qatar; Ilaria Menapace, Texas A&M University at Qatar; Mohammed Sadeq, Texas A&M University at QatarBack analysis of modulus in the pavement structure model test of typical materialsLei Zhang; Xudong Wang; Xingye Zhou; Nianmei Zhang MSC4: Environmental Effects on Mechanics Behavior of MaterialsM. VandammeRole of moisture on structure and physical properties of amorphous biopolymersJan Carmeliet, ETH Zurich; Karol Kulasinski, ETH Zurich; Robert Guyer, University of Nevada in Reno; Dominique Derome, EmpaUnderstanding sorption and swelling with MD and poromechanicsDominique Derome, Empa; Karol Kulasinski, ETH Zurich; Robert Guyer, University of Nevada in Reno; Jan Carmeliet, ETH ZurichExperimental measurement of adsorption-induced strains and stresses in coalD. Nicolas Espinoza, The University of Texas at Austin; Matthieu Vandamme, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (UMR 8205), ENPC, CNRS, IFSTTAR; Jean-Michel Pereira, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (UMR 8205), ENPC, CNRS, IFSTTAR; Patrick Dangla, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire Navier (UMR 8205), ENPC, CNRS, IFSTTARCoastal wave-structure interaction simulations using an immersed boundary methodNing Zhang, McNeese State University; Adam Oler, McNeese State UniversityA solution algorithm for transient compressible navier-stokes equations at all mach number​​sKian Chuan Ong, The University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus; Andrew Chan, The University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus; Lee Peng Teo, The University of Nottingham, Malaysia CampusAn interface resolution study of multiphase fluid-vegetation interaction problems using material point methodShaolin Mao, University of Texas at El Paso; Qin Chen, Louisiana State UniversityReflection and transmission of ocean waves by viscoelastic ice coversXin Zhao, Clarkson University; Hayley Shen, Clarkson UniversityAiding design of wave energy convertors via computational simulationsHejar Jebeli Aqdam, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; Babak Ahmadi, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; Mehdi Raessi, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; Mazdak Tootkaboni, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth MSA6: Analytical and Experimental Investigations on HazardY. Xi & A. EsmaeilyA framework for assessing wind hazard on buildings considering uncertainties in structural performanceSungmoon Jung, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering; Arda Vanli, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering; Bejoy Alduse, FAMU-FSU College of EngineeringA polynomial chaos based kalman filter approach for service life prediction of reinforced concrete structures subject to chloride induced corrosionWael Slika, American University of Beirut; George Saad, American University of BeirutSeismic response of a nuclear fuel assembly: physical and numerical modelingMorteza Rahimi Abkenar, George Washington University; Majid Manzari, George Washington University; Philippe Bardet, George Washington University; Noah Weichselbaum, George Washington UniversitySeismic analysis of long-span bridges considering dynamic coupled interactions with wind and stochastic trafficYufen Zhou, Colorado State University; Suren Chen, Colorado State UniversityAssessing joint coastal wind and flood hazard in the U.S. northeastern regionsJin Zhu, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Connecticut; Wei Zhang, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of ConnecticutPerformance-based wind and wave analysis of offshore wind turbine structures under hurricane metocean environments of united states east coastKai Wei, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Sanjay Arwade, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Andrew Myers, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northeastern UniversityResponse surface analysis of blast performance for predicting vulnerability of critical infrastructureDavid A. Vaccari, Stevens Institute of Technology (CEOE Department); Marcus P. Rutner, Stevens Institute of Technology (CEOE Department)Monitoring and evaluation of performance of thin-bonded overlay for protection of bridge decksBenjamin Gallaher, University of Colorado at Boulder; Yunping Xi, University of Colorado at Boulder MS32: Stability of Plates and ShellsY. Xiang & M.A. WadeeEigen-buckling analysis and buckling mode decomposition for thin-walled members with holes using generalized beam theoryJunle Cai, Virginia Tech; Cris Moen, Virginia TechAnalytical studies of prestressed stayed columns with multiple cross-armsJialiang Yu, Imperial College London; M. Ahmer Wadee, Imperial College LondonExperimental investigation of cold-formed steel sheathed studs compressed at elevated temperaturesJean C. Batista Abreu, Johns Hopkins University; Luiz C. M. Vieira Jr., University of Campinas; Benjamin W. Schafer, Johns Hopkins UniversityElastic buckling of perforated cold-formed steel beam-columnsTrevor Rabare, Drexel University; Yared Shifferaw, Drexel UniversityAnalytical and numerical studies of the composite action in built-up cold-formed steel members with intermittent fastenersDavid C. Fratamico, Johns Hopkins University; Benjamin W. Schafer, Johns Hopkins UniversityStochastic imperfection mode superposition method for stability of single layer lattice domeHuijuan Liu, Department of civil and environmental engineering, University of Connecticut ,06269-3037,USA; Wei Zhang, Department of civil and environmental engineering, University of Connecticut ,06269-3037,USA; Lufeng Yang, The Key Laboratory of Engineering Disaster Prevention and Structural Safety of the Chinese Ministry of Education in Guangxi University, Nanning ,530004, P.R.ChinaBuckling analysis of mindlin plates with internal cutouts by the moving least square element methodYang Xiang, University of Western SydneyAnalytical modelling of the interplay of local and overall buckling in thin walled sandwich strutsStylianos Yiatros, Cyprus University of Technology; Orestes Marangos, Cyprus University of Technology; Christodoulos Georgiou, Cyprus University of TechnologyA symplectic hamiltonian approach for thermal buckling of cylindrical shellsC.W. Lim, City University of Hong Kong; Xinsheng Xu, Dalian University of Technology MS54: Modeling and Simulation of Fracture and FragmentationA. ElbannaAnalysis of mortar under impact: a combined materials characterization, micromechanics modeling, and dynamic testing approachNathan Mayercsik, School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology; Matt Shaeffer, Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute; Lori Graham-Brady, Department of Civil Engineering, Johns Hopkins University; Kimberly Kurtis, School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of TechnologyA new paradigm for modeling fault zone inelasticity: a coupled granular-bulk framework incorporating spontaneous localization and grain fragmentationAhmed Elbanna, University of Illinois Urbana ChampaignDynamic electromechanical response of PZT in the morphotropic phase boundaryLeslie Lamberson, Drexel UniversityCrack propagation in fibrillar collagen nano-composites: role of polymeric interfaces with sacrificial bonds and hidden lengthWenyi Wang, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign; Qianli Chen, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign; Ahmed Elbanna, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign MS12: Modeling and Characterization of NanocompositesK. Katti & S. KetenDesigning constitutive laws: stiffening or softening with the same building blocksSteven Cranford, Northeastern UniversityMulti-scale modeling for effective electrical conductivity of a carbon nanotube/polymer composite containing chain-structured ferromagnetic particles for strain sensingSung-Hwan Jang, Columbia University; Huiming Yin, Columbia UniversityDiscerning nanoconfinement effects in bioinspired nanocomposites through predictive multi-scale simulationsSinan Keten; Wenjie Xia, Northwestern University; Chen Shao, Northwestern UniversityMolecular modeling of interlayer swelling in na-montmorilloniteDinesh Katti, North Dakota State University; Kalpana Katti, North Dakota State UniversityRealistic molecular model of mature and immature kerogens in organic-rich shalesColin Bousige, CNRS/MIT; Franz-Joseph Ulm, MIT; Roland Pellenq, CNRS/MIT; Benoit Coasne, CNRS/MITA molecular dynamics study on wettability alteration of calcite nanopores by crude oil’s polar componentsMohammad Sedghi, University of Wyoming; Mohammad Piri, University of Wyoming; Lamia Goual, University of WyomingTopological origin of fracture toughness in silicates materialsMathieu Bauchy, University of California, Los Angeles; Yingtian Yu, University of California, Los Angeles; Bu Wang, University of California, Los AngelesMechanical properties of portland cement and its constituents at the nano-levelBrent French, Design Engineering, Inc; Ahmed Al-ostaz, University of Mississippi; Hunain Alkhateb, University of Mississippi; Alexander Cheng, University of Mississippi
12:15-13:15
Lunch (SEQ Lawns)
13:15-15:15
Parallel Session 8
Hewlett 102Hewlett 200Hewlett 201Shriram 104Shriram 262Y2E2 101Y2E2 111Y2E2 iRoom 292A/E
MS66: Robustness of Infrastructure C. Mullen & S. Gerasimidis Resiliency framework for long span bridges to extreme loadsShalva Marjanishvili, Hinman Consulting Engineers, IncInfluence of beam-column parameter interdependency on SDOF based damage mapping in blast impact region of a high-rise steel buildingChris Mullen, University of Mississippi; Jenny Sideri, Columbia University; Simos Gerasimidis, Columbia University; George Deodatis, Columbia University MS02: Dr. Masao Satake Memorial Symposium on Granular MechanicsT. Rosato & M.R. Kuhn Drag force regimes in granular impact simulational studyMukesh Tiwari, D A Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT); T R Krishna Mohan, CSIR - Fourth Paradigm Institute; Surajit Sen, State University of New York at BuffaloAvalanche and chaotic flow in sheared granular materialsJonathan Bares, Duke University; DengMing Wang, Duke University; Dong Wang, Duke University; Robert Behringer, Duke UniversityNonlinear dynamics and bifurcation behavior in dispersed granular gas systemsY Li, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; R Liu, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Meiying Hou, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of SciencesGranular contacts in colloidal suspensionsRyohei Seto, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology; Romain Mari, Levich Institute, City College of New York; Jeffrey Morris, Levich Institute, City College of New York; Morton Denn, Levich Institute, City College of New YorkMemory of colloidal suspension visualized as desiccation crack patternAkio Nakahara, Nihon University; Yousuke Matsuo, Nihon UniversityResidual anisotropy in granular pastes produced by repeated shearTakeshi Ooshida, Tottori UniversityImprovement of clayey / lateritic materials for road pavement applicationNadia Saiyouri, Bordeaux University, Institute of Mechanics and Engineering, I2M GCE, UMR CNRS-5295, Bordeaux; Mahamadou Souley Issiakou, Bordeaux University, Institute of Mechanics and Engineering, I2M GCE, UMR CNRS-5295 / A. Moumouni University Niamey – Geology and Geomorphology Laboratory, Niamey, Niger; Richard Fabre, Bordeaux University, Institute of Mechanics and Engineering, I2M GCE, UMR CNRS-5295, Bordeaux; Yannick Anguy, Bordeaux University, Institute of Mechanics and Engineering, I2M SPI, Treffle ParisTech, UMR CNRS-5295 Bordeaux MS42: Computational GeomechanicsW. Wang & J. WhiteModeling weathering effects in calcarenite rocks by means of plasticity with generalized hardeningClaudio Tamagnini, University of Perugia; Matteo Oryem Ciantia, Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña; José Antonio Fernández-Merodo, Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, MadridThe inverse medium problem in three-dimensional PML-truncated elastic mediaArash Fathi, The University of Texas at Austin; Loukas Kallivokas, The University of Texas at AustinAn integrated approach for the study of topographic effects in seismic wave amplificationBabak Poursartip, The University of Texas at Austin; Loukas F. Kallivokas, The University of Texas at AustinRayleigh wave ground motion by SDSCD scheme on basin modelYiqiong Li, Institute of Geophysics, China Earthquake Administration; Yanxiang Yu, Institute of Geophysics, China Earthquake AdministrationPresentation of two closed formulas to estimate the fundamental period of layered soil profilesJose Gomez, AGH eng. - UNAM - MEXICO CITY; Manuel Moran, AGH eng. - UNAM - MEXICO CITY MS41: Computational Methods for Solid and Structural MechanicsR. DudduCritical aspects in the thermostructural design of liquid rocket engine thrust chambersMichele Ferraiuolo, CIRA; Francesco Battista, CIRAApplication of an Abaqus-PANDAS software for the simulation of coupled multi-field problemsMaik Schenke, Institute of Applied Mechanics (CE), University of Stuttgart; Wolfgang Ehlers, Institute of Applied Mechanics (CE), University of StuttgartTransient solid dynamics on linear tetrahedral finite elements using a variational multi-scale approachGuglielmo Scovazzi, Duke University; Brian Carnes, Sandia National Laboratories; Xianyi Zeng, Duke University MS61: James Lai Symposium on Pavement Mechanics and MaterialsL. Wang & B. HuangMechanics and its applications for design of geossynthetic-reinforced roadsJie Han, The University of KansasDevelopment of asphalt mixture viscoelastic and energy based fatigue testing on APA platformBaoshan Huang; Xiang Shu, University of Tennessee; Hao Wu, Central South UniversityStudy of large-scale interstate highway pavement crack characteristics/patterns using emerging 3D technology and multi-scale topological modelYichang Tsai, Georgia Institute of Technology; Julius Doan , Georgia Institute of Technology; Yiching Wu, Georgia Institute of TechnologyModeling viscoelastic deformation and fracture damage of asphalt mixturesFrancisco Aragao, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Diego Hartmann, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Abraham Pazos, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Yong-Rak Kim, University of Nebraska - Lincoln[WITHDRAWN] Mechanical on the Interface of Dowels and Surrounding Concrete under Wheel Load and Temperature GradientJie Yuan, Tongji University MSC5: Fluid Dynamics and Fluid-Vegetation InteractionQ. J. ChenNumerical simulation of wave propagation over vegetated platformXuebin Chen, Department of Applied Mechanics and Engineering, School of Engineering, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou 510275, China; Center for Computation & Technology, Louisiana State University, USA; Qin Jim Chen, Center for Computation & Technology, Louisiana State University, USA; Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University, USA; Jiemin Zhan, Department of Applied Mechanics and Engineering, School of Engineering, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou 510275, ChinaWave interaction with vegetation: a canopy scale large eddy simulation investigationAgnimitro Chakrabarti, Louisiana State University; Qin Jim Chen, Louisiana State UniversityEffects of plant flexibility and turbulence closures on drag coefficientsLing Zhu, Louisiana State University; Qin Chen, Louisiana State University; Don Liu, Louisiana Tech UniversityA lattice Boltzmann approach for wet-dry boundary treatment in shallow waterHaifei Liu, Beijing Normal University; Jie Zhang, Beijing Normal University MSA6: Analytical and Experimental Investigations on HazardS. Chen & Y. XiVulnerability assessment of transmission towers under strong windHuawei Niu, Vulnerability Assessment of Transmission Towers under Strong Wind; Huijuan Liu, University of Connecticut; Jin Zhu, University of Connecticut; Wei Zhang, University of ConnecticutNonlinear dynamic simulation of cable breakage events on long-span cable-stayed bridges under stochastic traffic and windYufen Zhou, Colorado State University; Suren Chen, Colorado State University MS11: Symposium on Molecular Scale Modeling and ExperimentationN. Rahbar A geometric approach to characterize rigidity of biomoleculesDominik Budday, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg; Sigrid Leyendecker, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg; Henry van den Bedem, Stanford UniversityHeteroepitaxial growth of strained thin film in sub-micron patterned substrates: an elastoplastic phase field modelMehrdad Arjmand, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Jie Deng, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Narasimhan Swaminathan, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Dane Morgan, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Izabela Szlufarska, University of Wisconsin-MadisonEffects of vacancies and inclusions in the mechanical properties of siliceneRuth E. Roman, Northeastern University; Steven W. Cranford, Northeastern UniversityA molecular dynamics analysis of cross-linked epoxy network: thermo-mechanical propertiesSaeed Masoumi, The University of New South Wales; Hamid Vali Pour, The University of New South Wales; Stephen Foster, The University of New South WalesNanomechanics of cement/polymer fiber interfacesFaezeh Shalchy, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Nima Rahbar, Worcester Polytechnic Institue

 

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