WEDNESDAY 03 APRIL 2019

13.00 – 17.00

Crowne Plaza Hotel

NHRP Workshop @ Victoria Room, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Auckland

13.00 – 16.30

Depart from Britomart

Field trip visiting Auckland volcanoes

 

 

THURSDAY 04 APRIL 2019

08.00 – 19.30

SkyCity

Level 5

Registration Open

09.30 – 09.45

New Zealand Room 1 + 2

Welcome and Conference Opening

Dean Kimpton (President, Engineering NZ)

Chairs: David Whittaker and Bruce Deam

09.45 – 10.45

New Zealand Room 1 + 2

Session 1: EQC Keynote: Maryann Phipps

BETTER BUILDINGS BY DESIGN
WHAT DOES IT REALLY TAKE TO DESIGN A GOOD BUILDING?

Chair: David Whittaker

10.45 – 11.15

New Zealand Room 3 + 4

 

Morning Tea

11.15 – 12.15

New Zealand Room 1 + 2

Session 2: Inaugural Park and Paulay Lecture: David Hopkins

IMPROVING EARTHQUAKE RESILIENCE OF NEW ZEALAND BUILDINGS. WHO CARES?

Chair: Rajesh Dhakal

12.15 – 13.15

New Zealand Room 3 + 4

Lunch

13.15 – 15.00

New Zealand Room 1 + 2

Session 3: Invited Plenary Session

FACTS, RISK AND ACTION: ARE WE HAVING THE RIGHT CONVERSATION?

Susan Freeman-Greene (Chief Executive, Engineering NZ)

BUILDING ON SHAKY GROUND - CHALLENGES FACING NEW ZEALAND’S BUILDING REGULATOR

Mike Kerr (Chief Engineering Advisor, BSP Branch, MBIE)

THE NATURAL HAZARDS RESEARCH PLATFORM 2009-2019: A RETROSPECTIVE

Kelvin Berryman (Manager Strategic Relationships, Hazards Division, GNS Science)

PROBABILISTIC TSUNAMI HAZARD AND RISK ASSESSMENT

William Power (Senior Geophysicist, GNS Science) Tsunami

 

15.00 – 15.30

New Zealand Room 3 + 4

Afternoon Tea

15.30 – 17.00

Session 4

5in5 Session 4A: Geotechnical Engineering

Chairs: Liam Wotherspoon

Room: New Zealand 1

5in5 Session 4B: Performance Enhancement Measures

Chairs: Geoff Rodgers

Room: New Zealand 2

5in5 Session 4C: Modeling, Analysis and Tests for Seismic Performance Assessment

Chairs: Rajesh Dhakal and

Kam Weng Yuen

Room: Marlborough 2

 

 

4A.01 A COMPENDIUM OF LIQUEFACTION POTENTIAL ASSESSMENT METHODS
Ademola Bolarinwa

4A.02 SOIL-FOUNDATION-STRUCTURE INTERACTION ANALYSIS OF AN INSTRUMENTED WELLINGTON BUILDING
Christopher McGann

4A.03 LEARNING TO SPEAK GEOTECH – THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNICATION BETWEEN GEOTECHNICAL AND STRUCTURAL DISCIPLINES THROUGHOUT PROJECT DELIVERY
Amy Williams

4A.04 SHALLOW FOUNDATIONS ON LIQUEFIABLE SOILS WITH A NONE-LIQUEFIABLE CRUST: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DESIGN AND ASSESSMENT
Emilia Stocks

4A.05 LATERAL LOADING OF SHALLOW FOUNDATIONS UNDER SEISMIC LOADS
Najla Kunhimon

4A.06 CASE STUDY: SEISMIC ASSESSMENT INCLUDING SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION OF A THREE-STOREY BUILDING WITH PILED FOUNDATIONS ON SOFT SOIL
Zavien Teh

4A.07 CASE STUDY: DESIGNING A SETTLEMENT TOLERANT BUILDING USING SIMPLIFIED SOIL STRUCTURE INTERACTION
Zavien Theh

4A.08 PLANNING OF GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATIONS FOR EXISTING BUILDINGS
Shirley Wang

4A.09 PROGRESSIVE FAILURE OF HOUSE FOUNDATIONS ON SLOPES IN EARTHQUAKES
Geoff Thomas

4A.10 VALIDATING 1D NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE FREE FIELD USING CENTRIFUGE TESTS
Ananth Balachandra

4A.11 RESIN INJECTION FOR LIQUEFACTION MITIGATION OF AN EXISTING WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT, SEAVIEW, WELLINGTON, NZ
Nick Clendon

4A.12 LATERAL DESIGN OF SCREW PILES USING A DISPLACEMENT-BASED DESIGN APPROACH
Emily Wright

4A.13 THE USE OF TEREFIL RAFTS TO CONTROL STATIC SETTLEMENT UNDER BUILDING LOADS
Alice Sai Louie

4A.14 ASSESSMENT OF AXIAL LOAD DISPLACEMENT BEHAVIOUR FOR ULS DESIGN OF PILES
James Munro

4B.01 A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON CYCLIC BEHAVIOUR OF SFS DOWELLED CONNECTIONS IN GLULAM FRAMES
Wenchen Dong

4B.02 DUCTILITY OF DOWELLED NEW ZEALAND DOUGLAS-FIR CLT CONNECTIONS UNDER MONOTONIC AND CYCLIC LOADING
Justin Brown

4B.03 DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-CENTRING ROTATIONAL SLIP FRICTION JOINT: A NOVEL DAMAGE-FREE DAMPER WITH LARGE DEFLECTIONS
Sajad Veismoradi

4B.04 A ROBUST PROCEDURE FOR ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF SEISMIC RESISTANT STRUCTURES WITH FLAG-SHAPED HYSTERETIC DAMPING SYSTEMS
Ashkan Hashemi

4B.05 NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON FRICTION CONNECTIONS PERFORMANCE- ASYMMETRIC AND SYMMETRIC (AFC/SFC)
Mahdi Hatami

4B.06 NEW DAMAGE AVOIDANT SELF-CENTRING TIMBER BRACE USING RESILIENT SLIP FRICTION JOINT
Seyed Mohammad Mehdi Yousef-Beik

4B.07 SIMPLIFIED MACRO-MODELING FOR PREDICTING SEISMIC RESPONSE OF BRIDGES WITH DISSIPATIVE CONTROLLED ROCKING CONNECTIONS
Alessandro Palermo

4B.08 EXPERIMENTAL TEST OF A NEW SELF-CENTRING TENSION-ONLY BRACE USING THE RESILIENT SLIP FRICTION JOINT
Hamed Bagheri

4B.09 SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF ROCKING CONCRETE SHEAR WALLS WITH INNOVATIVE ROTATIONAL RESILIENT SLIP FRICTION JOINTS
Kaveh Sahami

4B.10 SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF DAMAGE AVOIDANCE PRE-CAST CONCRETE SHEAR WALLS USING INNOVATIVE SELF-CENTRING FRICTION JOINTS
Farhad M. Darani

4B.11 ASSESSMENT OF CUMULATIVE INELASTIC DISPLACEMENT DEMAND IN ENERGY DISSIPATION SYSTEMS USING THE GRIP ‘N’ GRAB TENSION ONLY MECHANISM
Jarrod Cook

4B.12 PINCHING-FREE CONNECTOR FOR SEISMICALLY-RESISTANT TIMBER STRUCTURES: EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION
Nicholas Chan

4B.13 IDENTIFYING THE FACTORS OF TRUST IN NEW SEISMIC PROOFING TECHNOLOGIES IN NEW ZEALAND 
Shermineh Zarinkamar

4C.01 AN IMPROVEMENT OF THE EXTENDED N2 METHOD FOR PLAN-ASYMMETRIC AND TORSIONALLY STIFF STRUCTURES
Rita Peres

4C.02 EARTHQUAKE RESPONSES OF FRP-CONCRETE COMPOSITE BRIDGE PIERS
Nawawi Chouw

4C.03 DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF THE REINFORCED-CONCRETE BRIDGES IN FREEZING CONDITIONS
Anastasiia Plotnikova

4C.04 STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOR OF A RETROFITTED REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS UNDER NEAR-FAULT EARTHQUAKE
Renjie Tsai

4C.06 THINKING OUTSIDE THE (BLACK) BOX: A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO COMPLEX ANALYSES
Alistair Cattanach

4C.07 A NOVEL DAMPING MODEL FOR EARTHQUAKE INDUCED STRUCTURAL RESPONSE SIMULATION
Chin-Long Lee

4C.08 THE MODEL STRAIN MEASUREMENT IN AN ABANDONED BUILDING UNDER AMBIENT AND FORCED EXCITATIONS IN COMPARISON WITH A NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
Punchet Thammarak

4C.09 SHAKE TABLE TEST VALIDATION, EXPERIMENTAL-BASED MODELING AND PARAMETRIC ANALYSIS OF AN INNOVATIVE MODULARIZED SUSPENDED BUILDING STRUCTURE
Zhihang Ye

4C.10 AN INTEGRATED FRAMEWORK FOR DAMAGE DIAGNOSIS AND PROGNOSIS IN LONG-TERM STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING
Cong Zhou

4C.11 DEVELOPMENT OF PRACTICAL METHOD FOR INCORPORATION OF ELEMENTAL DAMPING IN INELASTIC DYNAMIC TIME HISTORY ANALYSIS
Yun  Ni

4C.12 FACTORS INFLUENCING THE SEISMIC DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF POST-INSTALLED STEEL ANCHORS IN CONCRETE
Enrique del Rey Castillo

 

4C.13 BUILDING PERMIT STRUCTURAL CHECKS FOR SEISMIC SAFETY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Andrew Charleson

17.30 – 18.30

New Zealand Room 1

NZSEE AGM

David Whittaker, President, NZSEE

 

18.30 – 20.00

New Zealand Room 3 + 4

Welcome Reception and Poster Session 1

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY 05 APRIL 2019

 

08.00 – 18.00

SkyCity

Level 5

 

Registration Open

08.30 – 09.30

New Zealand Room 1 + 2

Session 5: Keynote: Carlos Ventura

SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF TIMBER BUILDINGS

Chair: Geoff Rodgers

 

09.30 – 10.30

New Zealand Room 1 + 2

Session 6: Invited Plenary Session

SEISMIC HAZARD ESTIMATION IN STABLE CONTINENTAL REGIONS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

Trevor Allen (Senior Seismologist, Geoscience Australia) Seismic hazard estimation in stable continental regions: challenges and opportunities

THE DILEMMA AND OPPORTUNITY THAT IS HERITAGE

Andrew Coleman (Chief Executive, Heritage New Zealand)

 

10.30 – 11.00

New Zealand Room 3 + 4

 

Morning Tea

11.00 – 12.30

Session 7

Oral Session 7A: Reinforced Concrete 1

Chairs: Masaki Maeda and Rick Henry

Room: New Zealand 1

Oral Session 7B: Geotechnical Engineering

Chairs: Pathmanathan Brabhaharan and Mark Stringer

Room: Marlborough 2

Oral Session 7C: Seismic Strengthening

Chairs:  Win Clark and Dmytro Dizhur

Room: New Zealand 2

11.00 – 11.15

 

7A.01 SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMNS WITH INTERMEDIATE HEIGHT-TO-DEPTH RATIO FAILED IN SHEAR

Yi-An Li

7B.01 DESIGN OF PILE FOUNDATIONS AT SITES PRONE TO LIQUEFACTION AND LATERAL SPREADING

Alexei Murashev

7C.01 COMPARISON OF RECORDED AND SIMULATED GROUND MOTIONS FOR NZS1170.5-BASED 3D BUILDING RESPONSE ANALYSIS

Vahid Loghman

 

 

 

11.15 – 11.30

 

7A.02 FEM PREDICTION OF FAILURE MECHANISMS IN RC STRUCTURAL WALLS: PARAMETRIC INVESTIGATION
Farhad Dashti

 

 

7B.02 LIQUEFACTION ASSESSMENT OF RECLAIMED GRAVELLY SOILS AT CENTREPORT, WELLINGTON

Ribu Dhakal

7C.02 HERITAGE BUILDING SEISMIC STRENGTHENING - AN ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERS PERSPECTIVE - MIBAR BUILDING (FORMERLY THE NZ RACING CONFERENCE BUILDING) - WELLINGTON 

Frances Vessey and Michael Geddes

11.30 – 11.45

 

7A.03 INFLUENCE OF FLANGE DETAILING ON THE SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF I-SHAPED REINFORCED CONCRETE WALL ELEMENTS  

Jiehui Wang

7B.03 MICROPILES: AN EFFECTIVE FOUNDATION FOR SEISMIC STRENGTHENING

Christopher Sandoval

7C.03 ECO-RUBBER SEISMIC-ISOLATION FOUNDATION SYSTEMS: A COST-EFFECTIVE WAY TO BUILD RESILIENCE?

Gabriele Granello

11.45 – 12.00

 

7A.04 QUASI-STATIC UNIAXIAL CYCLIC LOADING PROTOCOL FOR RC COLUMNS SIMULATING WALL BOUNDARY ZONES

Rohit Gokhale

7B.04 INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF FINE-GRAINED LAYERS IN CONTAINING LIQUEFIED SOILS

Emma Lowe and Chris O’Connell

7C.04 DUNEDIN LAW COURTS  - SEISMIC STRENGTHENING

John Finnegan

12.00 – 12.15

 

7A.05 ASSESSMENT OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS WITH HOLLOW-CORE FLOORS

Ken Elwood

7B.05 UNDERSTANDING AND QUANTIFYING THE IMPACT OF EARTHQUAKE-TRIGGERED LANDSLIDES IN THE WELLINGTON REGION

Ehsan Kianirad

7C.05 BASE ISOLATION FOR SEISMIC RETROFITTING OF FLEXIBLE RESIDENTIAL BUILDING

Mauro Sartori

12.15 – 12.30

 

7A.06 INVESTIGATING THE INFLUENCE OF GROUND MOTION DURATION ON THE DYNAMIC DEFORMATION CAPACITY OF REINFORCED CONCRETE FRAMED STRUCTURES

Vishvendra Bhanu

7B.06 UNDRAINED MONOTONIC BEHAVIOUR OF LIQUEFIED PUMICEOUS SANDS

Rolando Orense

7C.06 THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND CLOCK TOWER EAST WING: TURNING A HERITAGE BUILDING INTO A MODERN TEACHING SPACE

Adrien Marteddu

12.30 – 13.30 

New Zealand 3 + 4

 

Lunch

 

 

13.30 – 15.00

Session 8

Oral Session 8A: Steel and Composite

Chairs: Charles Clifton and Tim Sullivan

Room: New Zealand 1

Oral Session 8B: Masonry Structures

Chairs: Jason Ingham and Trevor Yeow

Room: Marlborough 2

Oral Session 8C: Risk Assessment/Mitigation

Chairs: Dave Brunsdon and

David Johnston

Room: New Zealand 2

13.30 – 13.45

 

8A.01 BENDING STIFFNESS AND STRENGTH PERFORMANCE OF DIFFERENT COLUMN SPLICE CONNECTIONS

Fahimeh Tork Ladani

8B.01 PROPOSAL OF VISUAL RATING (VR) METHOD FOR SEISMIC CAPACITY EVALUATION AND SCREENING OF RC BUILDINGS WITH MASONRY INFILL

Md Shafiul Islam

8C.01 ECONOMIC SEISMIC HAZARD MITIGATION: THE WHIROKINO & MANAWATU RIVER BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT

Merrick Taylor

13.45 – 14.00

 

8A.02 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS FOR FLOATING COLUMN UNDER SEISIMIC FORCES

Santosh Murnal

8B.02 COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF JAPANESE CONCRETE CLADDING DETAILING FOR IMPROVED SEISMIC PERFORMANCE

Trevor Yeow

8C.02 ASSESSING COLLAPSE CAPACITY AND RISK IN SUBSEQUENT GROUND MOTIONS USING SHM RESULTS FOR INCREMENTAL DYNAMIC ANALYSIS ASSESSING COLLAPSE CAPACITY AND RISK IN SUBSEQUENT GROUND MOTIONS USING SHM RESULTS FOR INCREMENTAL DYNAMIC ANALYSIS

Cong Zhou

14.00 – 14.15

 

8A.03 DISPLACEMENT BASED DESIGN APPROACH AS A SCHEME STAGE METHODOLOGY FOR STRUCTURES WITH VISCOUS DAMPERS: SOME PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS

Arun Puthanpurayil

8B.03 HOW TO ASSESS 25,000 BUILDINGS

Craig Muir

8C.03 ASSESSING VOLCANIC RISK TO TRANSPORT NETWORKS – THE CASE OF MERAPI, INDONESIA

Sean Wilkinson

14.15 – 14.30

 

8A.04 SEISMIC DESIGN OF STEEL BRACED FRAMES’ FOUNDATIONS

Sanda Kovoevic

8B.04 INVESTIGATION ON FERRO-CEMENT LAMINATED INFILLED MASONRY WALL UNDER CYCLIC LATERAL LOAD

Debasish Sen

8C.04 INFLATED %NBS RATINGS IN CONVENTIONAL SEISMIC ASSESSMENTS DUE TO UNINTENTIONAL SCALING DOWN OF GRAVITY DEMAND

Zahid Hanif

 

 

14.30 – 14.45

 

8A.05 PREDICTING LOW-CYCLE FATIGUE RESILIENCE OF BUCKLING RESTRAINED BRACES

Brandt Saxey

8B.05 STUDY OF SEISMIC CAPACITY AND SEISMIC DEMAND OF EXISTING RC BUILDINGS WITH MASONRY INFILL DAMAGED BY PAST EARTHQUAKES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Hamood Alwashali

8C.05 MITIGATING EARTHQUAKE RISK IN AUSTRALIA

Mark Edwards

14.45 – 15.00

 

8A.06 DYNAMIC TIME HISTORY ANALYSIS OF A LOW DAMAGE MULTI-STOREY BUILDING INCORPORATING THE SEISMIC FRICTION DAMPERS USING A PROPOSED SIMPLIFIED MULTI DEGREE OF FREEDOM (MDOF) MODEL: IS SELF-CENTRING REALLY A CONCERN?
Shahab Ramhormozian

 

8B.06 EXPERIMENTAL SEISMIC INVESTIGATION OF SEMI-REINFORCED STONE MASONRY BUILDINGS IN MUD MORTAR

Jitendra Bothara

8C.06 A DIFFERENT WAY OF THINKING ABOUT SEISMIC RISK: A CALL FOR DEBATE

John Hare

15.00 – 15.30

New Zealand 3 + 4

Afternoon Tea

16.00 – 17.30

Session 9

5in5 Session 9A: Seismology and Ground Improvement

Chairs: Brendon Bradley and

Chris Van Houtte

Room: New Zealand 1

5in5 Session 9B: Steel Structures

Chairs: Helen Ferner and

Reagan Chandramohan

Room: New Zealand 2

5in5 Session 9C: Learning from Natural Hazards and Improving Design and Practice

Chairs: Carl Ashby and

 Jitendra Bothara

Room: Marlborough 2

 

 

9A.01 CONTRIBUTION OF IDENTIFIED POTENTIALLY ACTIVE FAULTS TO SEISMIC HAZARD IN AUSTRALIA BASED ON NSHA18
Paul Somerville

9A.02 PROGRESS TOWARD NEW ZEALAND-WIDE HYBRID BROADBAND GROUND MOTION SIMULATION VALIDATION
Robin Lee

9A.03 INELASTIC SPECTRA FOR SOFT SOILS INCORPORATING SOIL COMPLIANCE
Rob Jury

9A.04 GROUND MOTION INPUT FOR NONLINEAR RESPONSE HISTORY ANALYSIS (NLRHA): PRACTICAL LIMITATIONS OF NZS 1170.5 AND COMPARISON TO US STANDARDS
Gareth Morris

9A.05 PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION OF KINEMATIC RUPTURE PARAMETER VARIABILITY OF SIMULATED GROUND MOTIONS
Sarah Neill

9A.06 DEVELOPMENT OF A WAIKATO BASIN T0 AND DEPTH MODEL BY H/V SPECTRAL RATIO METHOD
Seokho Jeong

9A.07 NEAR SURFACE SEISMIC IMAGING TO LOCALISE AND CHARACTERISE ACTIVE FAULTS: CASE STUDY IN NELSON, NEW ZEALAND
Phil Mourot

9A.08 LAND USE PLANNING FOR FEILDING, CONSIDERING LIQUEFACTION HAZARD
Ravi Sundar

9A.09 HYBRID FENCE DESIGN FOR ROCKFALL PROTECTION ABOVE THE COASTAL HIGHWAY IN KAIKOURA, NEW ZEALAND
Tom Revell

9A.10 MODELLING AND DESIGN OF A LARGE SCALE ROCKFALL PROTECTION BUND FOR COASTAL TRANSPORT CORRIDOR RECOVERY FOLLOWING THE NOVEMBER 2016 M7.8 KAIKOURA EARTHQUAKE
Eric Ewe

9A.11 NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF GRAVITY RETAINING WALL FOUNDATION FAILURE MECHANISMS
Arman Kamalzadeh

9A.12 LESSONS LEARNED AND NEED FOR APPROPRIATE PHILOSOPHY FOR THE DESIGN OF STONE COLUMN GROUND IMPROVEMENT UNDER SEISMIC SCENARIOS
Jawad Arefi

9A.13 MECHANICALLY STABILIZED EARTH WALL STRUCTURES (MSE)
Lc Oh

9A.14 AN EVOLVING NORM IN STRENGTHENING COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS AND VOLUNTARY EARTHQUAKE SAFETY CHECKS ON HOUSES IN WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND 2013-2016
John McClure

9B.01 FUSE ENABLED MODULAR EXPANSION JOINTS FOR BRIDGES SUBJECT TO SEISMIC DAMAGE POTENTIAL - A POTENTIALLY LIFE SAVING INNOVATION
Virendra  Ghodke

9B.02 MAKING BEARINGS AND EXPANSION JOINTS SMART FOR SEISMIC AND OTHER MILLENEAL CHALLENGES
Virendra  Ghodke

9B.03 LATERAL INSTABILITY OF SELF-CENTRING BRACES: BUCKLING FAILURE AT LOADING AND UNLOADING PHASES
Seyed Mohammad Mehdi Yousef-Beik

9B.04 FINITE ELEMENT MODELLING OF HF2V LEAD EXTRUSION DAMPERS FOR SPECIFIC FORCE CAPACITIES
Vishnupriya

9B.05 DISPLACEMENT-BASED RETROFIT OF EXISTING REINFORCED CONCRETE FRAMES USING ALTERNATIVE STEEL BRACE SYSTEMS
Mahdi A. Rad

9B.06 SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF STEEL BUILDINGS WITH FLUID VISCOUS DAMPERS RELATIVE TO BASE ISOLATION
Ali Rad

9B.08 PROPOSED DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR DAMAGE-AVOIDANCE BRACED FRAMES WITH BRACES EFFECTIVE IN TENSION ONLY
Ashkan Hashemi

9B.09 SHAKING TABLE TEST OF A REAL SCALE LOW DAMAGE STRUCTURAL STEEL BUILDING
Zhenduo Yan

9B.10 EFFECT OF NEAR AND FAR FIELD SEISMIC EVENTS ON THE EXHAUSTION OF DISSIPATER FATIGUE LIFE
Royce Liu

9B.11 BUCKLING CAPACITY OF GUSSET PLATES DERIVED FROM STABILITY FUNCTION 
Vikki Too

9B.12 STRUCTURAL STRENGTHENING WITH DISPLACEMENT AND DIRECTION DEPENDENT (D3) VISCOUS DAMPER USING AFTERSHOCKS –SHAKING TABLE STUDY
Nikoo Hazaveh

9B.13 STRONG-AXIS AND WEAK-AXIS BUCKLING OF BUCKLING RESTRAINED BRACES UNDER BIDIRECTIONAL LOADING
Jian Cui

9B.14 AXIAL STRENGTH OF GUSSET PLATES IN BUCKLING RESTRAINED BRACED FRAMES UNDER BIDIRECTIONAL MONOTONIC LOADS

Saul Vazquez Colunga

9C.01 SEISMIC STRENGTHENING AND UPLIFT OF THE 1904 WELLINGTON TOWN HALL
Laura Whitehurst

9C.02 KENNEDY BUILDING 39-33 CUBA ST – STRENGTHENING OF A 4 STOREY HERITAGE FAΗADE IN A PROMINENT WELLINGTON LOCATION (SUBJECT TO SECTION 124 NOTICE)
Stanley Chung and Frances Vessey

9C.03 FRAME APARTMENTS - CASE STUDY IN MODERN CONCRETE HIGH-RISE CONSTRUCTION IN NEW ZEALAND
Tony Holden

9C.04 CASE STUDY OF TVNZ TELEVISION CENTRE REFURBISHMENT - SPECIFIC DESIGN OF SEISMIC RESTRAINTS FOR NON-STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS
John Newall and Paul Campbell

9C.05 A CONSPECTUS OF WINE STORAGE TANK DAMAGE DATA FOLLOWING THE 2013 AND 2016 NEW ZEALAND EARTHQUAKES
Mohsen Yazdanian

9C.06 SOCIAL IMPACTS AND COMMUNITY RESILIENCE THROUGH RECOVERY: NEPAL EARTHQUAKE 2015
April Aryal

9C.07 POST-EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY PHASE OF WINERY FACILITIES. A CASE STUDY IN THE MARLBOROUGH AREA
Giuseppe Loporcaro

9C.08 THE SERVICEABILITY OF RESILIENT SEISMIC DESIGN IN NEW ZEALAND 
Didier Pettinga

9C.09 TSUNAMI AND THEIR POTENTIAL EFFECTS ON CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Vicki-Ann Dimas and Bapon Fakruddin

9C.10 IMPORTANCE LEVEL 4 STRUCTURES: DESIGNING FOR SEISMIC RESILIENCE AND CONTINUED FUNCTIONALITY. NEW AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL FACILITY IN CHRISTCHURCH
Tim Maley

9C.11 DELIVERING AN EFFECTIVE, COMMUNITY FOCUSED, INFRASTRUCTURE REBUILD TO ENABLE FASTER RECOVERY
Rod Cameron and Matt Thomas

9C.12 DEVELOPMENT OF SEISMIC VULNERABILITY CURVES OF KEY BUILDING TYPES IN THE PHILIPPINES
Marie Claire Pascua

9C.13 MODEL CREATION USING SHM RESULTS FOR RISK ASSESSMENT IN THE SUBSEQUENT EARTHQUAKES
Cong Zhou

9C.14 IMPLICATIONS OF SEISMIC DESIGN DETAILING ON THE FIRE PERFORMANCE OF POST-TENSIONED TIMBER FRAMES
Paul Horne

 

9C.15 INSIGHTS INTO CASUALTIES FROM THE 2016 KAIKOURA EARTHQUAKE
Nick Horspool

17.30 – 19.00

New Zealand 3 + 4

Pre-Dinner Drinks & Poster Session 2

19.00 - Late

Auckland Room

Conference Dinner

 

 

 


SATURDAY 06 APRIL 2019

 

08.00 – 17.00

SkyCity

Level 5

 

Registration Open

09.00 – 10.30

New Zealand Room 1 + 2

Session 10: Invited Plenary Session

DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN THE GEOTECHNICAL PROFESSION

Jan Kupec (Technical Director, Aurecon)

ILEE-QUAKECORE COLLABORATION: LOW-DAMAGE CONCRETE WALL BUILDING TEST

Geoffrey Rodgers & Rick Henry (University of Canterbury)

ILEE-EERF COLLABORATION: DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE EARTHQUAKE RESILIENT SEISMIC FORCE

RESISTING SYSTEMS

Tony Yang (Tongji University, Shanghai, P.R. China and University of British Colombia)

10.30 – 11.00

New Zealand Room 3 + 4

 

Morning Tea

11.00 – 12.30

Session 11

Oral Session 11A: Reinforced

Concrete II

Chairs: Ken Elwood and Farhad Dashti

Room: New Zealand 1

Oral Session 11B: Health Monitoring and Performance Assessment

Chairs: Farzin G. Golzar and

Arun Puthanpurayil

Room: Marlborough 2

Oral Session 11C:  Learning from Pacific Countries

Chairs: Teuku Faisal Fathani

Room: New Zealand 2

11.00 – 11.15

 

11A.01 SHAKING TABLE TEST OF A REDUCED-SCALE REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURE SUBJECTED TO NEAR-FAULT GROUND MOTION

Wen-Cheng Shen

11B.01 ESTIMATION OF ELASTIC SEISMIC DEMANDS IN TORSIONALLY-UNBALANCED BUILDING STRUCTURES BY USING THE INTERACTIVE RELATIONS BETWEEN SHEAR AND TORSION

Han Seon Lee

11C.01 MANAGING RISK FOR WORKERS ON SLOPES DURING RECONSTRUCTION OF TRANSPORT NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE FOLLOWING THE KAIKŌURA/HURUNUI EARTHQUAKES, NOVEMBER 14TH 2016

Leon Gerrard

11.15 – 11.30

 

11A.02 LOW-CYCLE FATIGUE DAMAGE OF BUCKLING PRONE REINFORCING BARS

Rajesh Dhakal

11B.02 DEVELOPMENT OF WIRELESS SENSORY SYSTEM FOR LONG-TERM MONITORING OF LARGE-SCALE CIVIL STRUCTURES

Niusha Navabian

11C.02 PUSHOVER ANALYSIS OF THE DISTRICT OFFICE BUILDING DAMAGED DURING 2016 MEINONG, TAIWAN EARTHQUAKE

Pu Wen Weng

11.30 – 11.45

 

11A.03 DEFORMATION LIMITS FOR DESIGN AND ASSESSMENT OF RC WALLS

Alex Shegay

11B.03 PWCPI-BASED PROCEDURE TO ESTIMATE CAPACITY CURVE FOR INSTRUMENTED HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS

Haoran Pan

11C.03 RŪAUMOKO: MORE THAN JUST A SYMBOL

Dylan Taute

11.45 – 12.00

 

11A.04 CAPACITY OF DIAPHRAGM STRENGTHENED WITH FRP: COMPARISON BETWEEN ACI 440.2R AND IN-SITU TESTS

Miguel Ormeno

11B.04 DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF A SIX-STOREY WOODEN BUILDING BASED ON STRONG MOTION DATA

Toshihide Kashima

11C.04 DEVELOPMENT OF FRAGILITY CURVES OF JAPANESE BUILDINGS BASED ON THE 2016 KUMAMOTO EARTHQUAKE

Fumio Yamazaki

12.00 – 12.15

 

11A.05 EXPERIMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF HIGH-STRENGTH RC COLUMNS UNDER DIFFERENT BI-DIRECTIONAL LOADING PROTOCOLS

Saim Raza

11B.05 A CONSIDERATION OF EARTHQUAKE VIBRATION SENSE OF HUMAN BY USING REAL-TIME QUESTIONNAIRE

Harumi Yoneda

11C.05 THE MALAYSIAN SEISMIC DESIGN CODE: LESSONS LEARNT

Daniel Looi

12.15 – 12.30

 

11A.06 AN OVERVIEW OF POST EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE AND RESIDUAL CAPACITY EVALUATION FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS IN JAPAN

Masaki Maeda

 

 

11C.06 AEES RECONNAISSANCE MISSION TO PAPUA NEW GUINEA, MARCH/APRIL 2018

Kevin McCue

12.30 – 13.30

New Zealand Room 3 + 4

Lunch

13.30 – 15.00

Session 12

Oral Session 12A: Seismic Performance Enhancement Measures

Chairs: Pierre Quenneville and

Tony Yang

Room: New Zealand 1

Oral Session 12B: Engineering Seismology

Chairs: Paul Somerville

Room: New Zealand 2

Oral Session 12C: Seismic Resilience

Chairs: John Hare and Nick Horspool

Room: Marlborough 2

13.30 – 13.45

 

12A.01 THE CONSEQUENCES OF ‘MOSTLY’ BASE ISOLATING A BUILDING

Greg Cole

12B.01 CYBERSHAKE NZ V18.5: NEW ZEALAND SIMULATION-BASED PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD ANALYSIS

Brendon Bradley

12C.01 REBUILDING WITH RESILIENCE: CASE STUDIES OF FIRE STATION REBUILDS FOLLOWING THE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKES

James Muirson

13.45 – 14.00

 

12A.02 A NOVEL CONNECTION SYSTEM FOR SEISMIC DAMAGE AVOIDANCE DESIGN OF MOMENT RESISTING FRAMES

Seyedmohsen Shabankareh

12B.02 RUPTURE MODEL OF A HIKURANGI MW 8.6 MEGATHRUST EARTHQUAKE

Paul Somerville

12C.02 BUILDING MANAGEMENT IN EMERGENCIES: AN UPDATE ON NEW ZEALAND ARRANGEMENTS

Dave Brundson

14.00 – 14.15

 

12A.03 EXPERIMENTAL TESTING AND ANALYTICAL MODELING OF GROOVED DISSIPATERS

Alessandro Palermo

12B.03 FOOTPRINT BASED PSHA: THE CASE OF CHRISTCHURCH AND WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND

Marco Stupazzini

12C.03 TOWARDS A RESILIENT CITY: WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL PIONEERS A NEW APPROACH TO URM BUILDINGS TO PROMOTE PUBLIC SAFETY

Moira Smith

14.15 – 14.30

 

12A.04 ENHANCED SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS USING TENSION-ONLY RESILIENT SLIP FRICTION JOINT (RSFJ) BRACES

Ashkan Hashemi

12B.04 ESTIMATING SEISMIC HAZARD WITH SPARSE DATA: SEISMIC SOURCE MODEL AND SENSITIVITY OF A PSHA FOR PALMER STATION, ANTARCTICA

Tim McMorran

12C.04 BEST PRACTICE AND CHALLENGES FOR EARTHQUAKE RESILIENT SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE PACIFIC

 Tim Mote

14.30 – 14.45

 

12A.05 ENHANCING SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS USING VISCOUS WALL DAMPERS

Mohammed Mohammed

12B.05 SOURCE CHARACTERISTICS AND SITE EFFECTS FROM SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF STRONG-MOTION RECORDINGS IN 2016 KAIKOURA SEISMIC SEQUENCE

Hongwei Wang

12C.05 DESIGNING FOR WHOLE OF BUILDING RESILIENCE: A CASE STUDY OF NON-STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN A VISCOUS DAMPED MOMENT FRAME BUILDING

Ben Larson

14.45 – 15.00

 

12A.06 NON-LINEAR BEHAVIOUR OF WELDED STITCH PLATE CONNECTIONS IN JOINTED PRECAST BUILDING CORES

Scott Menegon

12B.06 SITE AND EVENT SPECIFIC RESPONSE SPECTRA AND ACCELEROGRAMS FOR REGIONS OF LOW TO MODERATE SEISMICITY

Nelson Lam

12C.06 RESILIENCE BASED DESIGN FOR EARTHQUAKES

Pathmanathan Brabhaharan

15.00 – 15.30

New Zealand Room 3 + 4

Afternoon Tea

15.30 – 16.30

New Zealand Room 1 + 2

Session 13: Keynote: Teuku Faisal Fathani

2018 PALU EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI: TOWARD THE RECONSTRUCTION AND RECOVERY

Chair: Bruce Deam

16.30 – 17.00

 

Conference Awards and Closure

Chairs: Bruce Deam and David Whittaker