SPUR, a Distributed Simulation Framework for Seismic Performance for Urban Regions
The long-term objective is to advance the state-of-the-art in simulating the effects of a major earthquake on an urban region by the integration of earthquake ground motion modeling with modeling of structural and infrastructure systems using advanced computational and visualization methods. A distributed interactive simulation framework will be created to facilitate investigation of the performance of urban regions resulting from a major earthquake and for the education of future earthquake engineers. The goal is to provide damage estimates based on best available information ultimately leading to earthquake related risk analysis/assignment for an urban region and to provide a rich problem solving environment for the education of students.
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