Conference Programme

 

Friday 26 April 2013

Time

 

9:00 - 10:00

Registration

10:00 - 10:30

NZSEE 2013 Conference Opening

Official Welcome and Opening Assoc Prof Stefano Pampanin, President, NZSEE

Celia Wade-Brown, Mayor of Wellington City

Presentation here

10:30 - 11:20

Keynote Address: the EERI Distinguished Lecture Resilience: An Engineering Challenge

Session Chair: Peter Wood, NZSEE 2013 Conference Convenor

Presenter: Professor Mary C. Comerio, UC Berkeley, California

11:20 - 11:40

Morning Tea

11:40 - 12:05

Invited Presentation: The State of Earthquake Engineering in New Zealand - One Engineer's view

Session Chair: Assoc Prof Stefano Pampanin, President NZSEE

Presenter: John Hare, Holmes Group, President SESOC, Christchurch

12:05 - 12:30

Invited Presentation: Earthquake Assessment of School Buildings: Expectation, Issues, and

Challenges

Session Chair: Assoc Prof Stefano Pampanin, President NZSEE

Presenters: Jerome Sheppard (Manager, Policy, Planning & Standards) and Dave Brunsdon (Chair of MoE's Engineering Strategy Group)

Presentation here

12:30 - 13:30

Lunch

13:30 - 13:55

Invited Presentation: the SSA/EERI William B Joyner Memorial Lecture The context and impacts of the Canterbury earthquake sequence of 2010-2011

Session Chair: David Wood, Beca

Presenter: Dr Kelvin Berryman, Director, Natural Hazards Research Platform

Presentation here

13:55 - 15:00

Forum: Satisfying New Zealand's Appetite for Earthquake Risk

Session Chair: Neville Brown, WCC

Forum Panellists: Kelvin Berryman, John Hare, Rob Jury, Helen Anderson, David Johnston, Ian Cassels, Kit Miyamoto, John Gardiner & David Hopkins

15:00 - 15:30

Afternoon Tea

15:30 - 16:45

6A :Seismic design case studies

MFC Auditorium

Session Chair: Peter Smith

6B: Seismic hazard modelling

Renouf Foyer 1

Session Chair: Richard Smith, EQC

6C: Geotechnical matters

Lionharbour View Room

Session Chair: Michael Pender

15:30 - 15:45

Paper No. 1: ONE MARKET LANE-SEISMIC DESIGN POST CANTERBURY

(Paper here)

Thornton A, Cattanach A

Paper No. 6: EARTHQUAKE HAZARD MODEL FOR LOSS ESTIMATION IN AUSTRALIA USING THE 2012 GA HAZARD MODEL

(Paper here)

Campbell K, Thenhaus P, Gupta N, Smith D, Khater M

Paper No. 11: CYCLIC

STRENGTH TESTING OF CHRISTCHURCH SANDS WITH UNDISTURBED

SAMPLES

(Paper here)

Taylor M, Cubrinovski M, Bradley B,

15:45 - 16:00

Paper No. 2: A LOW DAMAGE DESIGN SOLUTION FOR A 15 STOREY STEEL FRAMED BUILDING

(Paper here)

Tait J, Finnegan J, Sidwell G

Paper No. 7: GROUND MOTION MODELLING OF A LARGE SUBDUCTION INTERFACE EARTHQUAKE IN WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND

(Paper here)

Holden C, Zhao J, Stirling M

Paper No. 12: SEISMIC

PERFORMANCE OF GROUND ANCHORS IN WELLINGTON ALLUVIUM

Hope A, Palmer S

16:00 - 16:15

Paper No. 3: KILMORE STREET MEDICAL CENTRE: APPLICATION OF AN ADVANCED FLAG-SHAPE STEEL ROCKING SYSTEM

(Paper here)

Latham D, Reay A, Pampanin S

Paper No. 8: SENSITIVITY STUDY OF AFTERSHOCK OCCURRENCE FOR A WELLINGTON FAULT EARTHQUAKE

(Paper here)

Christophersen A, Rhoades D, Hainzl S

Paper No. 15: COMPARISON OF LIQUEFACTION MITIGATION OPTIONS: A CHRISTCHURCH CASE

(Paper here)

Mahoney D, Kupec J

16:15 - 16:30

Paper No. 4: SEISMIC UPGRADE OF WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL'S NEWTOWN

PARK FLATS

(Paper here)

Cattanach A, Palmer S

Paper No. 9: PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC INDOOR INJURY ESTIMATION  

(Paper here)

Yeow T, MacRae G, Dhakal R, Bradley B

Paper No. 13: SOIL PROFILE

CHARACTERISATION OF CHRISTCHURCH STRONG MOTION STATIONS

(Paper here)

Wotherspoon L, Orense R, Bradley B, Cox B, Wood C, Green R

16:30 - 16:45

Paper No. 5: FERRYMEAD BRIDGE - FROM WIDENING AND SEISMIC UPGRADING TO REPLACEMENT, A CASUALTY OF THE CHRISTCHURCH EARTHQUAKE

(Paper here)

Kirkcaldie D, Brabhaharan P, Cowan M, Wang C, Hayes G

Paper No. 10: PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD MODELLING: A REVIEW IN LIGHT OF RECENT EVENTS

(Paper here)

Stirling M

Paper No. 14: STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTORS FOR FOUNDATIONS AND EARTHQUAKE LOAD COMBINATIONS INCLUDING OVERSTRENGTH FACTORS

(Paper here)

Palmer S

 

Saturday 27 April 2013

Time

 

8:30 - 9:20

Keynote Address: Earthquake Engineering in the Modern World

Session Chair: Assoc Prof Rajesh Dhakal, University of Canterbury Presenter: Professor Sudhir Jain, President Elect IAEE, Director IIT Gandhinagar, India. (Presentation here)

9:20 - 9:45

Invited Presentation: It's Our Fault: Eight years of improved earthquake hazard and risk estimation in Wellington

Session chair: Pathmanathan Brabhaharan, OPUS International Consultants

Presenter: Russ Van Dissen, Earthquake Geologist, GNS Science (Presentation here)

9:45 - 10:10

Invited Presentation: Learning from the Canterbury Earthquakes to Strengthen National Building Performance

Session chair: Robert Davey, OPUS International Consultants

Presenter: Adrian Regnault, General Manager, Building System Performance, MBIE (Presentation here)

10:10 - 10:40

Morning Tea

10:40 - 12:25

10A: The 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence: near-surface and building responses to extreme ground motions

MFC Auditorium

Session Chair: Caroline Holden

10B: Structural performance techniques

Renouf Foyer 1

Session Chair: Clark Hyland

10C: Seismic assessments: National to property portfolios

Lion harbour View Room

Session Chair: Luke Allen

10:40 - 10:55

Paper No. 16: CHARACTERISTICS OF VERTICAL GROUND MOTIONS IN THE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKES

(Paper here)

Lee R, Bradley B, Franklin M

Paper No. 23: DESIGN SPECTRA FOR SEISMIC ISOLATION SYSTEMS IN CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND (Paper here)

Whittaker D, Jones L

Paper No. 30:

PERFORMANCED BASED

DESIGN OF BUILDINGS TO

ASSESS AND MINIMIZE

DAMAGE AND DOWNTIME

(Paper here)

Wetzel N, Mayes R, Tam K, Weaver B, Brown A, Pietra D

10:55 - 11:10

Paper No. 17: EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF NEAR-FAULT FORWARD-DIRECTIVITY EFFECTS IN THE 2010-11 CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKES

(Paper here)

Joshi V, Bradley B

Paper No. 24: LOW DAMAGE DESIGN - A CASE STUDY

(Paper here)

Gardiner D, Galloway B, Bull D

Paper No. 31: MOVING TOWARDS DISPLACEMENT-BASED ASSESSMENT IN AUSTRALIA

(Paper here)

Goldsworthy, H

11:10 - 11:25

Paper No. 18: SEPARATING SOURCE, PATH AND SITE INFLUENCES ON GROUND MOTION DURING THE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE SEQUENCE, USING SPECTRAL INVERSIONS

(Paper here)

Kaiser A, Oth A, Benites R

Paper No. 25: SEISMIC VISCOUS DAMPERS: A

COST-EFFECTIVE SOLUTION

WITH ENHANCED

PERFORMANCE FOR BOTH

EXISTING AND NEW

CONSTRUCTION

(Paper here)

Gilani A, Miyamoto K

Paper No. 32: TOWARDS

DISPLACEMENT-BASED

SEISMIC ASSESSMENT IN

EUROPE

(Paper here)

Sullivan T, Calvi G

11:25 - 11:40

Paper No. 19: ENGINEERING APPLICATION OF HIGH FREQUENCY GROUND MOTIONS IN CHRISTCHURCH

(Paper here)

Van Houtte C, Ktenidou O, Larkin T, Holden C

Paper No. 26: INNOVATIVE RESIDENTIAL FLOORING SOLUTION FOR THE TC3 FOUNDATION CATEGORY

(Paper here)

Cook D, Hambling J

Paper No. 33: A DISCUSSION

ON THE DIFFERENCE

BETWEEN NEW ZEALAND'S PHILOSOPHY FOR THE SEISMIC DESIGN OF NEW BUILDINGS AND SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING

BUILDINGS, AND THE

ISSUES THAT ARISE

(Paper here)

Au E, Lomax W, Walker A, Banks G, Haverland G

11:40 - 11:55

Paper No. 20: FLING-STEP EFFECT ON THE SEISMIC

BEHAVIOUR OF HIGH-RISE

RC BUILDINGS DURING THE CHRISTCHURCH

EARTHQUAKE

(Paper here)

Hamidi Jamnani H, Karbassi A, LestuzziP

Paper No. 27: SLIDING SHEAR CAPACITIES OF THE ASYMMETRIC FRICTION CONNECTION

(Paper here)

Khoo H, Yeung S, Zhou H, Clifton C, MacRae G

Paper No. 34: EARTHQUAKE RESILIENCE THROUGH EARLY INTEGRATED URBAN PLANNING AND PRACTICE

(Paper here)

Brabhaharan P

11:55 - 12:10

Paper No. 21: LESSONS FROM THE PERFORMANCE OF HOUSES IN THE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE SEQUENCE OF 2010-11

(Paper here)

Thomas G, Kim B, Beattie G, Shelton R, Sim D

Paper No. 28 : SENSITIVITY OF POST-TENSIONED CONCRETE WALL RESPONSE TO MODELLING OF DAMPING

(Paper here)

O'Hagan, J, Twigden K, Ma Q

Paper No. 35: ACTING ON

THE SEISMIC ASSESSMENT OF A LARGE PORTFOLIO

(Paper here)

Lindstrom D, Sharpe R

12:10 - 12:25

Paper No. 22: ANALYSIS OF THE SEISMIC RESPONSE OF THE CHRISTCHURCH WOMEN'S HOSPITAL Kuang A, Sridhar A, Gutschmidt S, Gavin H

Paper No. 29: EXPERIMENTAL AND ANALYTICAL STUDY OF REPLACEABLE BUCKLING-RESTRAINED FUSED-TYPE (BRF) MILD STEEL DISSIPATERS

(Paper here)

Sarti F, Smith T, Palermo A, Pampanin S, Bonardi D, Carradine D

Paper No. 36: CONSEQUENCE-BASED DECISION MAKING TOOLS TO SUPPORT NATURAL HAZARD RISK MITIGATION AND MANAGEMENT: EVIDENCES OF NEEDS FOLLOWING THE CANTERBURY (NZ) EARTHQUAKE SEQUENCE 2010-2011, AND INITIAL ACTIVITIES OF AN OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT C

(Paper here)

Giovinazzi S, Wenzul H, Powel D, Sung Lee J

12:25 - 13:30

Lunch

13:30 - 17:30

Either: A. Tours - with earthquake hazard risk and risk reduction focus. Register for all tours at Registration -

1.        Waterfront Walking Tour

2.        City views and earthquake risk reduction;

3.        Cuba and Courtney Heritage; OR

         B. The Wellington City Council Earthquake Resilience Expo - Wellington Rocks Wellington Town Hall; OR

                  C. Free time

18:30 - 19:00

Pre-dinner Drinks

19:00 - 23:00

NZSEE 2013 Conference Dinner and Annual Award Presentations

Host: Assoc Prof Stefano Pampanin, President NZSEE Dress: smart casual, suits optional

 

Sunday 28 April 2013

Time

 

8:30 - 9:20

Keynote Address: "Retrofit of Heritage Buildings" Session Chair: Win Clark, NZSEE EO Presenter: Prof. Ing. Claudio Modena, University of Padova, Italy (Presentation here)

9:20 - 9:45

Invited Presentation: Conserving our Built Heritage and the 'New Realities'

Session Chair: Win Clark, NZSEE EO Presenter: Mr Bruce Chapman, Chief Executive of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust (Presentation here)

9:45 - 10:45

Forum: Heritage Buildings: What are the New Realities?

Session Chair: Bruce Chapman, Chief Executive of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust

Forum Panelists: Alistair Cattanach, Alistair Aburn, Andre Lovatt, lona Pannett, Lewis Holden,

Bruce Petry

10:45 - 11:15

Morning Tea

11:15 - 13:15

14A: From Heritage to Economics MFC Auditorium

Session Chair: Win Clark

14B: Soils, Structures, and Interactions Renouf Foyer 1

Session Chair: Liam Wotherspoon

14C: Structures and Practices Lionharbour View Room

Session Chair: Les Megget

11:15 - 11:30

Paper No. 37 : HUDDART PARKER BUILDING -HERITAGE SEISMIC RETROFIT Thornton A, Vance N

Paper No. 45: SOIL STRUCTURE INTERACTION STARTS WITH ENGINEERS

(Paper here)

Oliver S, Hare J, Harwood N

Paper No. 53: USING HIGH-STRENGTH SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE IN REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM-COLUMN JOINTS

(Paper here)

Soleymani Ashtiani M,

Dhakal R, Scott A

11:30 - 11:45

Paper No. 38: FORMER MAGISTRATES' COURT BUILDING -STRENGTHENING AND PERFORMANCE

(Paper here)

Brown A, Hill J, Newall J, Kerrigan C, Mitchell M

Paper No. 46: SFSI IN SHALLOW FOUNDATION EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE

(Paper here)

Storie L, Pender M

Paper No. 54: SEISMIC ASSESSMENT AND STRENGTHENING OF THE AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONTROL

(Paper here)

Kunkel E

11:45 - 12:00

Paper No. 39 : 15 STOUT STREET SEISMIC ASSESSMENT INCORPORATING IN-SITU STRUCTURAL STEEL BEAM/COLUMN TESTING

(Paper here)

Holden T

Paper No. 47: ROCKING CONTROLLED DESIGN OF SHALLOW FOUNDATIONS

(Paper here)

Pender M, Algie T, Storie, L, Salimath R

Paper No. 55: DYNAMIC FRICTION CO-EFFICIENT OF ASYMMETRICAL FRICTION CONNECTIONS (AFC) (Paper here)

Herve R, Rodgers G, Chase G,

Chanchi J, MacRae G

12:00 - 12:15

Paper No. 40: SEISMIC ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF NAPIER'S

ART DECO BUILDINGS

(Paper here)

Walsh K, Ingham J

Paper No. 48: DYNAMIC

BEHAVIOUR OF FULLY PRECAST ROCKING BRIDGE

(Paper here)

Mazza R, Palermo A,

Gutschmidt S

Paper No. 56: EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION OF SLIP-FRICTION CONNECTORS INTENDED FOR IMPLEMENTATION IN ROCKING TIMBER SHEAR WALLS

(Paper here)

Loo W, Kun C, Quenneville P, Chouw N

12:15 - 12:30

Paper No. 41: WHAT DUCTILITY VALUE SHOULD BE USED WHEN ASSESSING UNREINFORCED MASONRY BUILDINGS?

(Paper here)

Allen C, Masia M, Derakhshan H, Dizhur D, Ingham J, Griffith M

Paper No. 49: SPATIALLY-DISTRIBUTED GROUND MOTION INTENSITY MAPS: APPLICATION FOR SITE-SPECIFIC LIQUEFACTION EVALUATIONS IN CHRISTCHURCH (Paper here)

Bradley B, Hughes M

Paper No. 57: PREVENTING SEISMIC DAMAGE TO FLOORS IN POST-TENSIONED TIMBER FRAME BUILDINGS (Paper here)

Moroder D, Buchanan A, Pampanin S

12:30 - 12:45

Paper No. 42: CURRENT ADVANCES IN FRP ANCHORAGE TESTING

(Paper here)

Arnold S

Paper No. 50: EFFECT OF SOIL TYPE ON BUILDING SEISMIC DEMAND (Paper here)

Loye A, Evans S, Dhakal R, Lin SL

Paper No. 58: ASSESSMENT OF COLLAPSE CAPACITY OF RC BUILDINGS BASED ON FIBER-ELEMENT MODELLING

(Paper here)

Ebrahimi Koopaee M, Dhakal R, Bradley B, MacRae

G

12:45 - 13:00

Paper No. 43: POTENTIAL

BENEFITS OF

STRENGTHENING

EARTHQUAKE-PRONE

BUILDINGS

(Paper here)

Cousins J

Paper No. 51: EVALUATION OF NUMERICAL POUNDING MODELS WITH EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION (Paper here)

Khatiwada S, Chouw N, Butterworth J

Paper No. 59: THE SEISMIC DESIGN OF PRESSURE EQUIPMENT AND ITS SUPPORTS - IPENZ PRACTICE NOTE 19

(Paper here)

Lindup G

13:00 - 13:15

Paper No. 44: CONSEQUENCES OF THE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE

SEQUENCE FOR INSURANCE

LOSS MODELLING

(Paper here)

Drayton M, Verdon C

Paper No. 52:

IMPLEMENTATION OF LOW DAMAGE CONSTRUCTION: WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES?

(Paper here)

Uma S, Dhakal R, MacRae G

Paper No. 60: A RECOVERY BOILER RECOVERED

(Paper here)

Reid J, Dyer P

13:15 - 14:15

Lunch

14:15 - 14:40

Invited Presentation: SCIRT - A Disaster Rebuild Model for Infrastructure

Session Chair: Assoc Prof Stefano Pampanin, President NZSEE

Presenters: Rod Cameron, FIEAust CPEng(Aust) MIPENZ, SCIRT Value Manager and Peter Kinley, SCIRT Asset Investigation Data Manager

14:40 - 15:00

Conference Awards and Conference Closure

Session Chair: Peter Wood, NZSEE 2013 Conference Convenor

 


 

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